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Maple candy that melts in your mouth!

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This melt-in-your-mouth maple candy delicacy is a top-seller during the holidays, and sure to be a favorite of anyone with a sweet tooth.

Maple candy is best if consumed within 10 weeks of production (expiration date printed on bag) because it tends to dry out quickly. Keep this in mind before buying maple candy as a gift. Do not remove from Mylar bag until candies are ready to be consumed. All boxes are weighted to have at least the advertised weight. Most of our molds are 1/3rd oz but they range from 1/4 to 1 oz, so each box varies with how many pieces are in it

  • 100% Pure, all natural, maple sugar candy
  • A 16 ounce box typically containers 32-48 pieces. Candies vary from 1/4 to 1 ounce, so each box varies with how many pieces are in it.
  • Made from pure Grade A maple syrup. Harvested and made in the USA
  • No chemicals, preservatives, artificial flavors, colors, or other additives. Gluten and dairy free.
  • Shelf life of approximately 2-4 weeks, expiration date printed on bag. Keep this in mind before buying as a gift. DO NOT remove from silver Mylar bag until candies are ready to be consumed

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1 Pound, 1/2 Pound

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Comments (116)

  1. Robert Andersen says:

    Do you a better deal on seconds ? Thanks

    • jake says:

      Hi Robert, we use to offer seconds but recently we figure out an easy way to re-add them to our candy machine for pristine pieces so we rarely have more than a handful on hand at any time

  2. Thomas Lane says:

    Do you have maple candy year-round?

  3. Lawrence Harsha says:

    I am looking for maple blend candy. Do you carry it or know somebody who does? We used to get it from Maple Grove, but they say they no longer carry the blend, only the pure.
    Thank you.
    Lawrence Harsha

  4. david hibbard says:

    how long does it take to get an order in butler pa?

    • jake says:

      Hi David, we typically ship within 24 hours and if it’s going to Butler the USPS should take 1-2 business days. Thanks for the question!

  5. Linda Rhudy says:

    I would like a one pound bag of candy please.

  6. Deb W says:

    Can the maple candy be frozen to extend its shelf life?

    • jake says:

      Great question Deb! We’ve tried that and found that freezing does not help, somehow the moisture always moves around inside the candy creating dry/wet spots which ultimately spoil the texture. We always recommend consuming them within a month of production, two months max and even then it depends on the humidity/climate of where they’re stored.

  7. John Dale says:

    When ordering MORE than one pound what would be the shipping charges?

  8. Jamie Kirven says:

    I would imagine holidays put added pressure on your stock. Can orders be placed ahead of time and scheduled for holiday shipping so the product is most fresh when delivered?

    • jake says:

      Absolutely Jamie! The first or second week of December is ideal for Christmas. After you place an order just make sure to email us with the requested ship date and we’ll make sure it goes out then. Thanks!

  9. laurie marcum says:

    Your candy looks yummalicious. Is it solid all the way through (the best kind), or does it have a softer center?

  10. Laurel Christine Litchfield says:

    Is it gluten free? Thank you!

  11. Misty says:

    Hi! Do you have an ingredient list for the mapme candy? I’m gluten and dairy free, just wondering if they are made with either. Thanks!

  12. Nancy Lubar says:

    How do I order a pound of the candy? I have a coupon “Save15”

  13. Rebecca Malouin says:

    Hello – I would like to order several orders to be sent for thanksgiving. Could I order now but delay shipping for another week?

    • jake says:

      Absolutely Rebecca! When you order there is a spot for a note, just make sure to put when you’d like it shipped in that note area and we’ll put a hold on it until that date. Thanks!

  14. Richard West says:

    Do you ship this First Class, 3rd or some other way? I live way down here in South Texas and it will take a while to get here if not First Class!

    • Hi Richard, thanks for your question. We ship either first class or priority mail. We usually ship either same or next day of the order from our sugar shack and often our ship station software shows 2-3 days for delivery time, though occasionally it takes longer at this time of year due to the holiday rush.

  15. Kathleen Phillips-Hellman says:

    Ingredient list please. Thank you.

  16. Roseann Santangelo says:

    Mmmmmm

  17. ELisabeth Null says:

    I’d like to roder some of these boxes as holiday gifts.

  18. Dianne Carpenter says:

    I gave up sugar 3 years ago because of its inflammatory nature. Then I heard that maple syrup is not inflammatory, so I use it in plain yogurt to make it palatable. And maple sugar for rare dessert treats (great in pumpkin pie). And then I found Maple candy. I ordered the half pound hoping I would eat just one a day. Most days I could keep to that plan 🙂
    It is fantastic.

  19. Thanks for offering a treat my grandfather introduced me to 60 years ago. I would love to share some maple sugar candy with my family.

  20. Dusty Demerson says:

    Your website sends us to comment rather than an actual order page. It’s costing you sales!

    • If you’re on the maple candy product page you should be able to click the purple “add to cart” button next to the quantity, under the price. Once you do that, a green check mark will show up towards the top of the page, saying the item was added to your cart, and on the right is a grey button you can click that says “View Cart”. When you view cart, you can check out from there. I just tested this and it works on our end. Please let us know if you’re still having trouble.

  21. Nancy Jackson says:

    Can I have this shipped to Orchard Park, NY 14127

    • You sure can! Just add it to your cart, click view cart, then follow the checkout steps. Let us know if you need any help.

      • A Barnard says:

        Shipping for two pounds is $11.90 to Illinois. That’s almost as much as another pound of candy!

        • We do offer free local pickup! Shipping has gone up significantly since we started unfortunately. We do balance our shipping charges every few months to make sure we’re bringing in the actual amount we’re spending on postage and boxes and are always looking for the most efficient delivery methods. Any other company who offers free shipping is adding that price into the product cost, there is no such thing as free or discount shipping, please keep that in mind when comparing other offerings.

  22. Laurie Rostolder says:

    I just ordered the maple candy and wondered how znd where it is made. Thanks

  23. Nikki says:

    Do you use a drop or two of any type of oil to decrease foam? Since it’s part of the processing, some companies do that but it isn’t required to be listed as an ingredient. I’d love to know, as I am sensitive to some of these oils. Thanks!
    N

    • We use ATMOS 300 as a defoamer. It is vegan/plant-based but the exact formula is proprietary. It is what 90%+ of producers use, and it is a very small amount. Hope that helps!

  24. Melanie Bemel says:

    Hi. Interested in purchasing some candy. Is it certified kosher?

    • Hi, Unfortunately at this time we’re not certified Kosher. From my knowledge of what’s required there is no reason we wouldn’t pass, the syrup is literally just boiled tree sap. The certification process is just too costly to justify for our small family farm.

  25. Jane Wilber says:

    What message do I need to type to submit my order?

    • Hi Jane,
      If you’re on the candy product page you should be able to click the purple “add to cart” button next to the quantity, under the price. Once you do that, a green check mark will show up towards the top of the page, saying the item was added to your cart, and on the right is a grey button you can click that says “View Cart”. When you view cart, you can check out from there. Hope that helps!

  26. Susan M Ross says:

    Do you have the maple candy leafs in bigger sizes, that are individual wrapped?

    • Hi Susan,
      We usually include a few larger leaves (approx. 1oz) in each box of candy (8oz and 16oz sizes) that we sell, but we do not currently offer single large leaves individually wrapped. We have done this as a wedding favor in the past, and are open to custom orders such as this if they meet a minimum. Another option would be to request a 16oz box of all large leaves, then repackage them yourself.

  27. Laura says:

    Is the 1 pound package packaged in 2 half pound bags? I’m concerned that if it is only in one bag, it would get stale before eating it all. Thanks. These candies sure bring back childhood memories.

    • The one pound box of candy is double the size of the 8oz box, it is not in two separate boxes. You could try to keep the excess of a one pound box in a ziplock bag while slowly eating it to keep it from drying out.

  28. Allison broadfield says:

    Used to love them when I was in Vermont

  29. Mary Jane Pilgrim says:

    Do you have stocking stuffer sized candy packs?

  30. Jessica says:

    is there a way to have these wrapped in smaller bags for gifts? looking to give out 36 2oz(ish) bags for xmas

  31. Linn Crowe says:

    Merry Christmas!

  32. Elaine says:

    Received my order today, and can hardly wait to give it to two people at Christmas time! Have a Merry Christmas and a prosperous 2021!!

  33. David Smith says:

    You came at the right time, thanks

  34. William I Edwards says:

    Trying to purchase one pound of candy but can’t get it in cart

    • Once you have the size of candy (1 lb) selected in the drop down menu as well as the quantity (1), you click the purple “add to cart” button. Once you do that, a banner appears above showing a green check mark, and a grey button to “view cart”. Click that, and you will be able to check out from there.

  35. Dr. B says:

    While these products are amazingly delicious in their own right, experiencing them in the serene and pristine setting of the airbnb adds greatly to the experience. My wife and I will surely be returning soon!

  36. JJ says:

    I don’t suppose there’s an ingredient listing anywhere for these Maple candies…? I very much appreciate the “No chemicals, preservatives, artificial flavors, colors, or other additives,” but would like to still see an ingredient list. (Can be emailed to me if you don’t want to post here.) Thanks.

    • Maple syrup is the only ingredient besides a minuscule amount of defoamer we use when boiling the syrup down to a higher sugar concentration. (It is called ATMOS 300K if you’d like to look into it, it is 100% plant derived).

  37. Gypsy long says:

    Do u have maple fudge with no nuts?

  38. Nessa says:

    I grew up with maple candy, and I’ve always loved it. I moved to Texas as an adult and it’s not something that’s popular locally, what I have found has been gritty and old. These are so good! Leaves arrived in great condition, there was a cold pack in the box to keep everything cool. I just had to order another two boxes, hopefully this time I eat them more slowly. The flavor is perfection, the texture is so smooth and buttery.

  39. michael salter says:

    💕

  40. Allison broadfield says:

    I love these

  41. Mark says:

    Are these 100% maple without any other added sugars or cut in any way?

  42. Allison broadfield says:

    Adding more

  43. Todd Hunt says:

    These are great, but why no maple drops?

    • Good question! We have intentionally kept our product line small in the beginning years of the business to ensure we can dedicate enough time to perfect our recipes and deliver consistent quality. We aren’t ruling it out for the future though, so keep an eye on our social media for new products.

  44. Have tried repeatedly to order. Could you email me directly, or call 571.338.3708? THANKS SO MUCH!

  45. Mary Stone says:

    This candy is outstanding, OMG, the shipping was fast, and did I say YUMMY.

  46. Want a pound of maple candy please 😄

  47. Alice Barnard says:

    Hi! I got a pound box of maple leaves as a Christmas present, and my husband mistakenly removed the Mylar bag when he wrapped them up. They are now dried out – is there any way to “revive” them, or should I just grate them into my oatmeal like I’ve been doing?

    • jake says:

      Hi Alice, we’ve had some success reviving them in a microwave. Around 5 seconds for a small piece and 10 seconds for a large piece will soften them up. Just like putting butter in the microwave though, a few seconds too long can cause too much melting, so start short and work your way up, always being careful not to burn yourself. The candy must be consumed shortly after it leaves the microwave or it will actually dry out even more as it cools. Hopefully this helps,

  48. Lois Thompson says:

    Do you ship to APO addresses overseas? My son is serving in Honduras and I would like to send him a treat.

  49. Pamela Brohez says:

    Do you or will you ever make the hard maple leaf candy? I saw it on amazon, reminded me of root beer barrels but in shape of the maple leaf.

    • Good question! We have intentionally kept our product line small in the beginning years of the business to ensure we can dedicate enough time to perfect our recipes and deliver consistent quality. We aren’t ruling it out for the future though, so keep an eye on our social media for new products.

  50. Nadine Deberry says:

    I’d like 8 oz box.

  51. Susan M says:

    Can you make some darker candy from grade B syrup please?

    • Hi Susan, we have found that lighter syrup usually makes much better quality candy (smoother, creamier) than darker syrup, which will often result in a grittier texture as well as not as nice in appearance (white spots).

  52. Sally Ramirez says:

    I sure wish you offered a better price for reorders.

    • We understand your sentiment. Maple candy is material, labor, and equipment intensive to make. We try to balance competitive pricing with the sustainability of staying in business.

  53. Allison broadfield says:

    I cant wait

  54. Allison broadfield says:

    Can’t wait

  55. sallie marti says:

    I ate pure maple sugar candy as a kid. My great grand parents always had it and it’s an addition. Candy is awesome. We’re talking 65 years ago!

  56. Rita Kestner says:

    Back for seconds!

  57. Rita Kestner says:

    So good!!!

  58. Cody I thought you might like these. Unk.

  59. Vanessa says:

    This is the 3rd time I’ve ordered from y’all, and oh my goodness these candies are the best maple sugar leaves I’ve even tasted. I was blown away when I first tried them, now that I’ve ordered multiple times, I am blown away by the consistency of goodness. These are a delight!

  60. Arthur Hoddick says:

    Do you make sugar blocks?