The Food at the Muskoka Maple Festival
What would a maple festival be without delicious, maple inspired and infused recipes? This Saturday April 30, on Main Street in downtown Huntsville, local restaurants, bakeries and cafés are back and serving up unique maple inspired offerings, where the biggest challenge will be deciding which tasty treats to try! The food at the Muskoka Maple Festival gives you the opportunity to bring your appetite and sense of adventure and truly eat your way through the amazing line up. Discover pure maple syrup, maple beer, and unique maple inspired dishes from sweet to savoury and back again.
First up is of course the pancakes! The Rotary Club of Huntsville Evening Satellite Club returns to the Muskoka Maple Festival to host the always popular Pancake Breakfast featuring 3 pancakes, 3 sausage and 1 drink.
But it’s so much more than pancakes. Here’s what else you can expect!
- The Crepe Sisters – Maple Syrup Crepe with Pecans and Whipped Cream
- Don’s Bakery of Muskoka – Traditional Butter Tarts
- Erika’s Bakery – Maple Pecan, Maple Bacon and Maple Walnut Butter Tarts / Maple Apple Squares / Cookies / Maple Muffins
- Hidden Valley Resort – Maple Syrup Pulled Pork Sliders with a Creamy Slaw paired with a Maple Syrup infused Butternut Squash Soup
- Huntsville Lion’s Club – Peameal Bacon on a Bun
- Music on Main – Details coming soon!
- Muskoka Granola – Whole Almonds, Cashews, Pumpkin Seeds, Oats, Coconut, Coconut Oil, Cinnamon, and a Dash of Sea Salt All Sweetened with Maple Syrup
- Muskoka Stuffed Cookie Company – Half Pound, Gourmet, Made from Scratch, Stuffed Cookies
- Sugar Nuts Mini Donuts – Mini donuts dusted with maple sugar
- Sweet Creature Vegan Ice Cream and Truffles – Maple Ice Cream and Maple Chocolate Truffle
- The Banger – Maple Bacon Grilled Cheese
- The Strudel Lady – Maple Strudel
Local Maple Syrup producers including Sugarbush Hill Maple Farm, Hubbert’s Maple, and Barmont Maple Syrup will be vendors at the festival, so those in attendance can bring some maple goodness home with them.
Need something to go with all that food and drink? There will be entertainment for the whole family includes a drumming circle, game zone, interactive activities, live fiddlers and music, hula hoop performances, stilt walking, a magician, wood carving demos and so much more.
Come hungry and join this spring’s sweetest party – the Muskoka Maple Festival!
Admission to the Muskoka Maple Festival is $5 per person for those aged 13 and up, while children ages 12 and under are free to attend.