Hall Farms Maple Syrup is Delicious and Nutritious!


Pure Maine syrup is a nutritious food made by boiling the natural sap of the sugar maple tree. As a pure syrup, it provides the consumer with high nutritive values from its many trace minerals, vitamins and amino acids—the building blocks for protein.  Yet, it only contains 40 calories per tablespoon.

Maple Syrup Nutrients
One Tablespoon of "Hall Farms" Maple Syrup contains:

  • 40 Calories
  • 35 mg of Potassium
  • 21 mg of Calcium
  • Less than 2 mg of Sodium
  • Traces of Iron, Phosphorous and several B-vitamins 

Substituting Maple Syrup for Granulated Sugar
What to do instead of 1 cup of granulated sugar:
Use 3/4 to 1 cup of Hall Farms maple syrup
Because maple syrup is less sweet than granulated sugar, if you like sweeter foods, you should use the larger amount of syrup. If you prefer something not as sweet, use only 3/4 cup.

Decrease liquid by 2 to 4 tablespoons per 1 cup syrup used.
Because syrup contains more moisture than a solid granulated sugar that the recipe called for.

Add 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon baking soda.
Because Hall Farms maple syrup has a slight acidity that needs to be neutralized for the batter to rise and form properly. Do not add soda if recipe contains buttermilk, sour milk, or sour cream since these liquids do the same thing.

Decrease oven temperature by 25 degrees.
Because the maple syrup will tend to caramelize and burn on the top and edges sooner than a batter using a solid sweetener like granulated sugar.

Below is a list of some of our favorite recipes, click on the item to see the recipe!

Maple Glazed Cookies 

Cheese, Pears, and Maple Cream

Bacon Wrapped Scallops or Shrimp in Maple Cream Glaze

Maple Sugar Biscuits

Sweet Potato and Swiss Cheese Tartlets  with Proscuitto and Maple Cream

Maple Dumplings

Maple Whole Wheat Muffins

Maple Baked Beans