We live, breathe and cook with maple around here. Over the course of many years of experimentation we have accumulated a stack of recipes that have been tested, improved and repeated until they are just right. We present them in three categories: Drink, Eat, and Indulge. ‘Drink’ is mostly cocktails but there are a few non-alcoholic beverages as well, including the very simple and delicious Maple Milk. ‘Eat’ showcases how maple enhances savory dishes and ‘Indulge’ speaks for itself. New recipes are added regularly, so please subscribe or check in to see what our featured recipe is and feel free to send us your own ideas through the Contact page.
A festive drink that will warm your cockles. Features our Cardamom and Ginger Infused Maple Syrup.
The combination of nigori sake and Jasmine Tea Infused Maple Syrup is like nothing you’ve ever tried before. It was immediately the new Runamok favorite.
Creamy, yet refreshing, this is Runamok’s version of a French Soda using Hibiscus Flower Infused Maple for a drink that tastes remarkably like a strawberry milkshake.
Cruising a charming Italian village in a sky blue Vespa – okay, maybe that is not immediately possible, but making this drink with fresh, summer peaches and our Ginger Infused Maple is.
A recipe for a maple milkshake using our Rye Whiskey Barrel-Aged Maple, shared by blogger, Kelli Joseph.
A recipe from Joanne Rappos of the blog, Olive and Mango for blueberry “nice cream” using our Cardamom Infused Maple Syrup.
A refreshing pineapple smoothie from blogger, Joanne Rappos of Olive and Mango, using our Ginger Infused Maple Syrup.
A blueberry banana smoothie from Joanne Ozug, using our Hibiscus Flower Infused Maple.
A cocktail that celebrates the return of the strawberry and spring.
A thick and tropical smoothie lightly sweetened with Makrut Lime-leaf Infused Maple.
No, it has none of the ingredients of a traditional Poke Bowl but we hate to be left out of a trend.
Though Chef Miele from Bluebird Barbeque suggested this recipe may serve 2-4, we are pretty sure it should have said 1. In other words, you are going to want the whole plate to yourself.
Earthy and crispy, these kale chips could turn any kale-doubter into a believer.
The earthy goodness of beets paired with tangy citrus and a zesty maple ginger vinaigrette.
A fresh spring salad with shrimp, grapefruit and just a hint of smokiness in the dressing.
An easy and satisfying weeknight meal that hits all the right sweet-salty-sour notes.
A Finnish-American dish that is creamy with a little bite from the horseradish.
Up your game with finger food. Crispy baked rice with a gooey, cheesy center is perfect for dipping in our Merquén Infused Maple Syrup.
Home made soft pretzels with either a sweet or savory dip – whichever you prefer.
Sweetness from the potatoes matches a nutty edge from the tahini, all topped with spicy-sweet Merquén Infused Maple Syrup
Described in 1662 by John Winthrop as “… a food very pleasant” which is colonial-speak for, “It rocks”. Made with cornmeal, milk and molasses, it is a hearty custard that is just perfect topped with Cinnamon+Vanilla Infused Maple Syrup.
The lighter side of winter desserts. Made with fresh pears and Runamok Ginger Infused Maple, this will keep you from ending the meal in a food coma.
Yorkshire pudding meets pears meets Cardamom Infused Maple Syrup = perfect fall dessert.
This recipe is a mix of Midwestern practicality, Eastern stubbornness and Vermont magic.
Galaktoboureko is a Greek pastry which is most excellent finished with Runamok’s Rum Barrel-Aged Maple. You don’t have to be able to pronounce it to enjoy it.
A not-too-sweet tart for late summer with sweet plums (or nectarines) and fragrant Jasmine Tea Infused Maple.
I’d say this one was a success given every time I opened the fridge there was less of it.
This pastry may possibly be my Kryptonite.
A classic carrot cake with rich maple cream cheese frosting. Guaranteed crowd pleaser.
White brownies: as oxymoronic as jumbo shrimp. But just as jumbo shrimp are a decadent treat, nomenclature be damned, so are these.