Maple syrup is the boiled down sap of certain kinds of maple trees found in the northeastern United States and Canada. It has a deep, caramel-like sweetness, and comes in two grades: "A" and "B." Kitchen Daily expert Gail Simmons likes to showcase its flavor in her Maple Roasted Fruit Parfaits with Ricotta and Walnuts recipe. It's ideal for breakfast but also makes a beautiful dessert, with layers of ricotta, the beautifully roasted fruit, and chopped toasted walnuts.
Get Gail's recipe for Maple Roasted Parfaits with Ricotta and Walnuts.