Yield: Yields 2 cups.
Thanks to John Stockin of Lyonsville Sugarhouse in Accord, New York, for sharing his recipe. Spread this maple butter on scones or toast, stir into hot cereal, slather on pancakes, or just lick it off a spoon. Grade A medium works better in this recipe than darker syrups.
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Its looks so beautiful and it is good for breakfast. keep sharing this type of butter.
It is delicious.
This is as good as it sounds!
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