Brussel sprouts and butternut squash are a great balance for one another. They are both earthy fall/winter veggies and the green Brussels and bright orange squash look beautiful when served together. I like to add a Maple Dijon mixture for the last few minutes, which really brings all of the flavors together and adds a sweet and tangy flavor.
Bread pudding is one of those indulgent breakfasts (or breakfast for dinner!) to save for a special occasion. The creamy bread inside with the addition of maple syrup and the crunchy caramelized exterior are the perfect combination. Prepare this in advance and reheat on the morning after Thanksgiving for a delicious breakfast treat for all your guests. Adapted from WebsByMegan.
Our cousin Phillip makes amazing barbeque sauces and this one will blow you away! As opposed to a traditional tomato based sauce, this one uses a combination of fresh herbs, orange zest and maple syrup to create a mouth-watering barbeque chicken that will really stand out at your next barbeque.