Cook School

Non-Profit Organisation

Teaching Children about the magic of maple & giving them the skills and confidence to cook healthy meals at home.

We’re proud to partner with Cook School, a nationwide, non-profit, organisation that helps children to understand food & shows them how to cook healthy foods at home for friends and family.

With accessible and affordable cookery lessons available for students aged 5-19, Cook School is about getting children excited about food and teaching them to cook.

The Cook School course, inspired by classic dishes and street foods from around the world, is written by award-winning children’s cookbook author Amanda Grant with contributions from top chefs, cooks, writers and even the students themselves.

Working together with Cook School, Maple from Canada worked up a series of fun workbooks for children aged 3 – 11. Focusing on the magic of maple and teaching children on the sustainable benefits of pure Canadian maple syrup each workbook features recipes and activities to get children to understand how maple syrup is produced, some of its benefits as part of a balanced, nutritious diet and some recipes that utilise this versatile ingredient.

From sugar shacks to the benefits of pure Canadian maple syrup, we’re helping children understand food and how to use this versatile ingredient to create nutritious meals at home.

Tips and Tricks

You can make your own maple taffy in just seven minutes.

Try our microwave maple taffy recipe. It’s quick and easy!

Maple flakes make a great addition to spice blends.

Season meats, fish, and vegetables with the delicious flavour of maple.

Maple water is for drinking… and cooking, too!

Maple water brings sublime flavour to soups and broths. Use it to poach fish, too.

The Science Behind Maple

Researchers are learning about the natural composition of maple syrup and its potential benefits to human health. Find out what they know.