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Maple Cream

By Wood's Vermont Syrup Co.

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Albee Wood, a fifth generation farmer who owns Wood’s Maple Syrup Co., swears by this spreadable maple cream. Maple sap is boiled down into syrup, then whipped into a buttery texture. Wood’s rich maple cream won’t make pancakes—or anything else you top it with—soggy. It will just make them delicious.

  • Made in the USA: Randolph, VT
  • Ingredients: 100% pure Vermont maple syrup
  • Care: Refrigerate immediately. Stir before use
  • Cinnamon Swirl: Traditional maple cream with cinnamon extract added
  • Product will separate—mix before using
  • Spreadable like butter
  • Comes in a glass jar
  • Small batch
  • Great on just about anything—stir into coffee or spread on toast, bagels, pancakes, fruit and more
  • Contains 4 oz. or 8 oz.
  • Dimensions: 4 oz.: 3.25" x 2.5" D; 8 oz.: 3.75" x 3.0" D
  • Weight: 0.5 lb.

17 Reviews (4.1 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

real natural sweet

5/19/2019 by Art

Was thrilled to unscrew jar and taste real natural sweetness.
will order more when I run out of maple cream...

5

simply the best!

4/28/2019 by Margaret

Nothing is better than maple cream. When ever it is seen for an affordable price with the shipping, it should be purchased!

5

Yummy!!

4/16/2019 by Nancy

I love this maple cream. I have the one with cinnamon...I eat it with apples...so tasty. I’ll definitely buy this again!!!

5

Wicked stuff!

2/25/2019 by Freda

Got this as a present for my husband. Let's just say the jar is nearly gone!

5

Delish!

2/13/2019 by Frances

May separate if it sits too long, but just stir and it's ready.

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About Wood's Vermont Syrup Co.

Maple Madness

Traditionally made, but uniquely flavored, Wood’s specialty flavored maple syrup is like no maple syrup you’ve had before.

Maker Albee Wood makes the syrup the way it’s been made on his family’s farm for five generations, tapping more than 5,000 trees and boiling down the sap. Then he gets creative, even aging some of the syrup in bourbon or rum barrels.

You can use this flavored maple syrup in so many new ways—in sauces, for baking, over ice cream, and even in cocktails. It’s packaged for gifting and perfect for anyone who loves to eat.

In another innovative twist, Wood also makes a maple cream, whipping the syrup until the liquid is removed and the texture is like butter. It spreads like butter too, and won’t make pancakes—or anything else you spread it on—soggy. It will just make them delicious.