To say goodbye to summer and hello to autumn is a combination of the best of both seasons. Peaches and maple!! One of my favorite ingredients to use in this recipe is maple sugar, which I make myself. I use it as the sweetener in this recipe and it adds that wonderful autumnal touch to the sweet, summery flavor of the peaches!
FUN FACT: How much sap does it take to make one gallon of maple syrup? Somewhere between 30-50 gallons will make one gallon of syrup. You don’t have to stop there though. Maple syrup can be boiled even further to produce maple sugar, maple candy, and maple cream.