19 Ways to Get Your Maple Syrup Fix

By Katie Dishner

The leaves are turning, the weather is chilling, pie is baking, and pumpkin spice lattes are brewing. That can only mean one thing: fall is here. We all get excited over the apples and pumpkins, but the real MVP of fall foods is maple syrup.

Channel your inner Buddy the Elf as you sweeten up your fall experience with these delicious fall-themed maple recipes.

This maple browned butter bacon cupcake has it all. Salty and sweet, it is sure to satisfy your tastebuds. Get recipe here.

You don’t have to only drink pumpkin spice, you can eat it too. Follow this recipe.

A hearty way to end a fall day, this maple-smoked pork chop will keep your stomach warm no matter how chilly it gets outside.

Fireball is a spicy cinnamon whiskey that definitely feels like fall. Learn to make it from scratch here.

For the more advanced cooks out there, try this chicken & waffles cookie recipe. They are sure to be unlike any other cookie you’ve ever had.

A twist on the classic sticky bun, these bundles of joy will be sure to get you the sticky maple sweetness you desire. Recipe here.

If you are headed to the farmer’s market this fall, this is a recipe to try with all those fresh fall veggies. The maple and veggie combo makes a scrumptious meal.

This chia seed maple jam is quick and easy, plus it’s healthy too. Check out the recipe here.

This epic breakfast sandwich is sure to start your morning right. Waffles cooked in maple syrup, crispy bacon, eggs, and cheese all stacked together. Does it get any better? Learn how to make it here.

Combining maple with pumpkin spice, these Brussels sprouts are sure to leave you with the taste of fall. Make ’em here.

Ever wanted cookies for breakfast? Well now you can. Try out the recipe here.

Cook like Alton Brown, host of Food Network’s show Good Eats, by following this recipe for some fun fall-flavored granola.

This boozy creation is sure to get you going. Maple vodka, espresso, Kahlua, cream, and a dash of nutmeg, this drink is the epitome of fall flavors. Recipe here.

Combining three of my greatest loves — chocolate, bacon, and maple syrup — this cookie is sure to satisfy your stomach. Learn to make them here.

Taking no more than 20 minutes, this delish dish combines two fall favorites: apple and maple. Try it here.

Your tastebuds will go crazy for this fall-flavored sweet dessert sandwich. Recipe here.

Maple syrup in the pancake batter. Genius. Click here to learn how to add a little “fall-flavor” to your stacks.

Don’t like veggies but need a way to put them into your diet? This sugary mess of veggies and maple will definitely turn you to the dark side. Check it out here.

This dessert is a great way to celebrate fall festivities. The maple pecan cake combines some of falls finest flavors.

Photos by Kelda Baljon, Jayna Goldstein, Hannah Lin, Scott Harrington, Max Bartick, Bailey Culpepper, Kendra Valkema, Caitlin Shoemaker, Florence Ma, Max Bartick, Hannah Cooper, Kelda Baljon, Kendra Valkema, Jayna Goldstein, Brandon Guild, Becky Hughes, Shawn Eliav, yestoyolks.com.

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