Authentic Maple Leaf Candy Recipe

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Rating: 5/5(106)
Total Time: 51 mins
Category: Nut Candy
Calories: 113 per serving
1. In a large heavy-bottomed saucepan, bring the maple syrup to a boil over medium-high heat stirring occasionally. Boil until syrup reaches 235 degrees F (110 degrees C) on a candy thermometer.
2. Remove from heat and cool to 175 degrees F (80 degrees C) without stirring, about 10 minutes.
3. Stir mixture rapidly with a wooden spoon for about 5 minutes until the color turns lighter and mixture becomes thick and creamy. Stir in chopped nuts, if desired.
4. Pour into molds. Set aside to cool. Once cool, unmold candy. Store in airtight containers up to 1 month.

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Place maple in a small saucepan and bring up to 280 degrees F. Dip a spoon into the syrup and drizzle desired shapes onto a sheet pan sprayed with vegetable oil or lined with a silpat. Let cool

Rating: 5/5(1)
Author: Gale Gand
Cuisine: American
Category: Dessert

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Servings: 1

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Maple leaf candy is an authentic sweet with just two ingredients: maple syrup and butter. It doesn’t get much simpler—or sweeter—than that. Maple syrup is boiled, mixed with just a bit of butter, and then molded into beautiful leaf-shaped candies.

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Rubber molds work best for maple syrup candy, but lightly greased metal and wood molds also work well. Even small disposable aluminum foil …

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Print Recipe PDF INGREDIENTS 2 cups granulated sugar ¾ cup water 2⁄3 cup light corn syrup LorAnn Oils Red, Yellow, or Orange Liquid Food Color 1–2 tsp LorAnn Oils Super-Strength Maple Flavor Bronze or gold luster dust, optional Equipment: 5 LorAnn Oils Maple Leaf Sheet Molds Candy thermometer Pastry brush

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Maple Leaf Candy is a classic, authentic candy made with just two ingredients! It doesn't get much simpler--or sweeter--than this. Maple syrup is boiled, mixed with just a bit of butter, and then molded into beautiful leaf-shaped candies.

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Nov 30, 2012 - Pure, creamy, melt-in-your-mouth maple candy using only pure maple syrup! It's a treat almost like fudge. Add anything you want like chopped nuts. Use small maple leaf molds or other pretty shapes..

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Maple Sugar Candy is pure maple syrup boiled down with a little half and half, salt and sugar resulting in a wonderful candy recipe!Very similar to fudge in texture this candy is an awesome special treat to enjoy. This boiled candy is an old-fashioned recipe that you will want to keep on hand for holidays, to make as gifts, or just because!

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Increase the heat to medium and continue cooking until a candy thermometer registers 246 degrees F, 25 to 30 minutes. Pour the syrup into a heatproof bowl and …

Author: Food Network Kitchen
Steps: 2
Difficulty: Easy

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Jan 29, 2012 - Maple leaf candy is an authentic classic candy made with just two ingredients—maple syrup and butter. The simply sweet treat makes a great gift.

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Pour 2 cups of maple syrup into a large heavy bottomed saucepan and insert a candy thermometer. Over medium high heat, bring the maple syrup, to a boil. When the syrup reaches 235 degrees F., remove the pan from the heat. Let cool to 175 degrees F – about 5 – 7 minutes. Pour the syrup mixture into the large measuring cup and stir vigorously

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What Is A Maple Candy? Sugar maple syrup combined with butter and maple leaf candy are authentic sweet ways to enjoy winter. In order to make leaf-shaped candies, maple syrup is boiled and combined with simple flavorings, such as butter and granulated sugar. Maple syrup makes this candy a classic in New England and Canada-and just for good reason.

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2 teaspoons distilled white vinegar. 2 teaspoons baking soda. Butter a 9x9-inch pan and set aside. In a heavy 2-quart saucepan, combine the syrup, sugar, and vinegar. Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly until sugar dissolves. Continue cooking without stirring until a candy thermometer reads 300°F (150°C).

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Maple leaf candy is a classic, authentic candy made with just two ingredients: maple syrup and butter. It doesn't get much simpler—or sweeter—than this. These maple leaf candies make a great edible gift or treat.

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Maple syrup candy Recipe - Food.com trend www.food.com. 2 cups pure maple syrup candy molds DIRECTIONS Cook syrup in a saucepan over medium heat until it reaches 240 degrees on a candy thermometer. Remove from heat and allow to cool to 200 degrees. Stir constantly until syrup becomes sugary.

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2006-11-20 · Maple leaf candy is an authentic sweet with just two ingredients: maple syrup and butter. It doesn't get much simpler—or sweeter—than that. Maple syrup is boiled, mixed with just a bit of butter, and then molded into beautiful leaf-shaped candies.

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How do you make maple syrup candy?

It's a treat almost like fudge. Add anything you want like chopped nuts. Use small maple leaf molds or other pretty shapes. In a large heavy-bottomed saucepan, bring the maple syrup to a boil over medium-high heat stirring occasionally. Boil until syrup reaches 235 degrees F (110 degrees C) on a candy thermometer.

What is maple leaf candy made of?

(Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.) Maple leaf candy is a classic, authentic candy made with just two ingredients: maple syrup and butter. It doesn't get much simpler—or sweeter—than this.

What do you do with maple leaf candy?

These maple leaf candies make a great edible gift or treat. Put them in a decorative box or container and use them as a birthday present or serve at a gathering of family or friends. You can store the maple leaf candy in an airtight container at room temperature for up to two weeks.

What are hard maple candies?

Hard maple candies make wonderful holiday stocking stuffers or office candies. Made with about 30% pure maple syrup and glucose to thicken. They taste amazingly good! We sell more of these drops then any other single hard candy. Some customers even order them 1000 at a time!

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