A natural sweetener, rich in vitamins and antioxidants, Fuller’s pure NH maple is a single source ingredient. That’s right! Our pure maple products contain nothing but tree sap. There are no additives, preservatives, or gluten substances. Sap is transported directly to our Sugarhouse, then boiled down to create our pure NH maple syrup.
Some people with a gluten intolerance tend to steer away from maple syrup because they only associate it with gluten-rich foods such as pancakes and waffles. Fuller’s Sugarhouse is here to educate you on the many wonderful uses for maple syrup.
We’ve put together a list of a few recipes below to showcase the versatility of cooking with maple syrup. Check out these and other options on our recipes page.
Maple Roasted Chickpeas
You won’t be able to resist a handful of Maple Roasted Chickpeas! Perfect to pack for a snack or top on your favorite salad. Roast your chickpeas to perfection, then caramelize with tasty pure maple.
Maple Miso Spring Rolls
These Maple Miso Spring Rolls are a great for a light but filling lunch. Customize your spring rolls with vegetables and protein of your choice.
Maple Tahini Buddha Bowl
Buddha bowls are a popular vegetarian dish fondly named for their round, belly shaped appearance. They help promote balanced eating and are packed with grains, vegetables, and other tasty greens. Try our Maple Tahini Buddha Bowl recipe for a refreshing and filling weeknight meal.