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Nova Maple Syrup Team

09/14/2020 | Posted by Hailee Leveto | | 2 Comments

We know it sounds cliche, but our team here at Nova Maple Syrup is like a family! We really do have a lot of fun together at work. The sugar shack regularly smells like maple but that delicious scent is also accompanied by the sounds of laughter.

What started 5 years ago with Jake and one other full time worker has now grown into 6 full time people. Hailee resigned from teaching in June of 2018 to join the business full time and in the past year we have welcomed two old friends and two new friends.

Pictured: (top row) Nova the dog, Jake L, Yoda, Hailee; (bottom row) Brian, Kameron, Jake C.

We are extremely lucky to have experienced continued growth in 2020, which is not only due to the hard work of our awesome employees, but also to the loyal customers we have met along the way.

Building pallets like a boss!

07/17/2020 | Posted by Hailee Leveto |

Who needs a gym membership when you have pallets of maple syrup to build?!

Each box contains 4 gallons and weighs just under 50 lbs. We can only put 30 boxes on a pallet, otherwise it would be too heavy for our tractor to load on the truck!
The pallet will be sent to an Amazon warehouse early next week along with two more full of maple sugar and cream.

Maple Monkey Bread

05/03/2020 | Posted by Hailee Leveto |

Have you had monkey (or pull apart) bread before? We tried making a maple version and it did NOT disappoint! Perfect for a fancy brunch (Mother’s Day is next weekend, hint hint) or as delicious dessert, and it’s not hard to make (only 5 ingredients). It takes 25 minutes in the oven in a bundt pan and is best served warm.

Recipe

  • Pillsbury Grands (1 or 2, depending on how many people you want to feed, adjusting below amounts as needed)
  • A stick of melted butter
  • 1 cup maple sugar
  • 2 teaspoons cinnamon
  • 1/2 cup maple syrup
  1. Grease bundt pan and preheat oven to 350 F.
  2. Mix maple sugar and cinnamon in small bowl. Melt butter in glass measuring cup or small bowl.
  3. Cut grands into quarters and dip individually into melted butter, then coat in maple sugar/cinnamon before placing into bundt pan.
  4. Pour maple syrup in with excess melted butter, mix, and pour over bundt pan before placing in the oven for 25 minutes.
  5. Let cool 5-10 minutes before flipping bundt and dumping onto a serving plate – ENJOY!