Made with just two ingredients—pure maple and cane sugars—this maple-flavored cotton candy is light, airy, and all-natural. Once you try this melt-in-your-mouth confection, you may never go back to carnival pink or blue again.To buy: $3 for 1 ounce, roxburymountainmaple.com.Featured March 2014
Crispy (and gluten-free) waffle pieces mixed into a buttery maple syrup ice cream transforms a typical Sunday morning meal into an everyday indulgence.To buy: $10 for a pint, stevesicecream.com.
Freshly tapped maple is added to cask-aged blended rye whiskey to create a smooth, buttery spirit with strong maple aromatics. Serve over ice or add to warm apple cider.To buy: $30 for 750 ml, binnys.com.
Pure maple syrup adds a touch of sweetness, reminiscent of kettle corn, to crunchy organic whole-grain corn tortilla chips. Perfect for snacking or dipping.To buy: $4 for 6.4 ounces, 5thsunspecialties.com.
Proving that everything is better with bacon, this not-too-sweet milk chocolate bar is loaded with crisp bacon, maple syrup, and a touch of smoky sea salt.To buy: $6 for 2.8 ounces, chuaochocolatier.com.
Pure maple syrup lends a sweet note to this mustard dipping sauce. When the crispy dipping pretzels are gone, spread on a turkey sandwich or stir into a pan sauce for added dimension.To buy: $10 for 6 ounces of pretzels and 9.25 ounces of dip, stonewallkitchen.com.Get Daily Finds via e-mail