Canada Day is a time to celebrate all the things, people, and places that makes Canada special, which in Sudbury, traditionally includes a multicultural feast and festival food as far as the eye can see.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, those feasts won’t be possible this year, but that shouldn’t mean you have to miss out on your celebratory treat.
To lend a helping hand, Sudbury.com has put together a list of some recipes including our true love, maple syrup, that we’re sure you’re going to love.
Now it’s all up to you to put those pandemic-learned cooking skills to the test.
Maple brown sugar and cinnamon overnight oats. (Sourced from Evolving Table)
Maple syrup candies. (Sourced from The Spruce Eats)
Sweet and spicy maple barbecue sauce. (Sourced from the Ethnics Spoon)
Maple bourbon cocktail. (Sourced from Buzzfeed)
Maple Bacon Popcorn. (Sourced from the Evolving Table)
Maple walnut twice-baked sweet potato. (Sourced from Savory Nothings)
Hot beverage sweeneter: Maple sugar
Maple sugar. (Sourced from Imaginacres)
Maple syrup pie. (Sourced from Ricardo Cuisine)
Maple syrup mead. (Sourced from Grow Forage Cook Ferment)
Know a super cool recipe using maple syrup that we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comment section below so we can all get in on the sweetness!