This week’s giveaway comes to us from the Babiarz family at the Tree of Life Maple Farm. They are a small organic maple farm based in Northwestern Maine, just a few miles from the Canadian border. All the maple products they sell come from their sugarbush, which they tap while the trees are still frozen. This allows them to gather the cleanest and clearest sap as thaw arrives.
The Tree of Life syrup is available in three different colors. Each color has its own unique properties while retaining its essential maple qualities. The lightest syrups are generally made earlier in the season, while the darker hues typically come later.
Tree of Life Maple Farm sells their syrup in a variety of packages. They offer glass bottles in a handful of different sizes and shapes for gift giving, as well as in more conventional plastic jugs for those of us who like to cook and bake with our maple and want something a little easier to juggle in the kitchen.
They also sell some of the most gorgeous, light maple sugar I’ve tried (and I used a lot of the stuff while working on Naturally Sweet Food in Jars).
The team at Tree of Life believes that maple syrup is good for so much more than just pancakes. It’s something that is equally delicious in coffee, yogurt, baked goods, and more. And one lucky winner will get a chance to try some of their delicious syrup. This week, we’re giving away one 500 ml glass jug of Organic Golden Maple Syrup and one 500 ml glass jug of Organic Dark Maple Syrup to share. Please use the widget below to enter!
Mmmm, maple syrup! I use it most often on cereal (can’t eat Cheerios without it) and in my overnight oats, but of course, it’s a must when I make pancakes or waffles. I’ve used it sparingly as an ingredient in baked goods and in jams, too, but it’s too precious to use large amounts at a time.
Love this stuff!
Maple syrup on hot oatmeal.
I use maple syrup in lieu of sugar when I make apple butter. I also love it on breakfast foods.
This looks so delicious I would love to win some
I use maple when cooking bacon, on pancakes, and to sweeten special preserves.
I use maple syrup in my coffee, sometimes with a bit of coconut milk!
We love a good maple syrup! I use it in homemade granola and French toast!
Love pure maple syrup. I like to use it instead of sugar in applesauce.
Love real maple syrup on pancakes and hot oatmeal. Can’t go back to the fake stuff.
Besides the usual of pancakes, French Toast or waffles, I like to pout it over Greek yogurt.
This would be delicious on pancakes…
Yum! Hope I win 🙂
Don’t make pancakes often, but would if I could afford the real stuff!
the question is, how DON’T we use maple syrup. this mama likes to put a wee bit in her coffee (heavy creme and syrup, hhmmmm) in the morning, and there’s always fresh fruit, pancakes, and yogurt that need a little jazzing up for the wild-things breakfast.
oh as a Canadian its pancakes and waffles with maple syrup all the way
Pancakes and french toast!