about maple cream
There’s No Cream in Maple Cream!
Pure Vermont maple cream is produced by heating maple syrup, typically “Golden Delicate,” cooling, then stirring until a creamy, thick consistency is developed, yielding a spread that tastes great on toast, muffins, biscuits and even your fingertip! Though sometimes referred to as “maple butter” or “maple spread,” maple cream contains no butter, no cream, no oils. Just 100% pure maple syrup!
The texture and consistency of maple cream is similar to peanut butter. Dense, creamy, and spreadable.
Use it on pancakes, doughnuts, English muffins, toast, and biscuits. Maple cream is also excellent on potatoes and even as a frosting or between cake layers. Use it as a dip for sliced fruit such as apples, in a banana sandwich, or in combination with cinnamon and other spices. Or just dip a spoon for a quick treat!