the result of taking two things that are synonymous with Canada, and fusing them together to create bottle of awesome. So how do they bottle awesome exactly? Well you start distilling your expertly selected blended whiskies four times before maturing them in a combination of new and used bourbon barrels at one of Canada’s oldest distilleries. You then combine them with pure maple syrup, Canada 1 Light to be exact and finish off the process by leaving the whisky to rest for additional time until deemed ready for consumption. If you were wondering where the name 357 comes from, no they didn’t just throw it on the end like your buddy did his twitter name. Tap is crafted from cask aged 3,5, and 7 year old blended rye whiskies. Thirsty yet?
All throughout elementary school and highschool I remember getting various breakfast bars, fruits, and breakfast 'shakes' shoved at me as I walked out the door on my way to school, only to be zipped away in my backpack and forgotten about until weeks (or months) later, during that frantic dig for a writing utensil, ANY writing utensil (no matter how many pens and pencils you buy at staples on that optimistic Pre-September shopping trip, you never have enough
But these aren't just any pancakes - these pancakes are made with homemade cinnamon maple butter in the pancake batter, the batter is full of spices and crunchy pecans, and each pancake is layered with a crumbly, buttery, pecan topping
Maple Glaze. Then a few months ago, I received a cookbook to review all about donuts. Maple Glaze2 C confectioner's (icing) sugar/powdered sugar3 Tbs pure maple syrup, heated2 Tbs heavy or whipping (35%) cream1 tsp light (white or golden) corn syruphot waterIn a bowl, whisk together sugar, maple syrup, cream and corn syrup until smooth
This pan fried thin flat cake is usually enjoyed with maple syrup, fruits and/or sausages and bacon. Pancakes is one of the most popular breakfast items out there where you can enjoy them at home or even at restaurants and fast food
Lastly, I lowered the amount of liquid in these a tad to make them a bit thicker. You can use any kind of milk or flour in these, just make sure to let it sit for five minutes before cooking so that the liquid has a chance to absorb into the flour and become nice and thick
The Pancake Princess and the Protein Prince | Craving pancakes all day, every day.