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Recipe courtesy of Pure Canada Maple.


  • 1 Tablespoon butter
  • 2 slices hand-cut sourdough bread
  • 3 slices extra-sharp Cheddar cheese, thinly sliced
  • 2 Tablespoons pure Canadian maple syrup


Melt the butter in a medium skillet. Add the two slices of bread side-by-side. Place the cheese on top of one slice of bread, allowing the bread to toast for 2 minutes.

Close the sandwich and continue toasting for another 2 minutes. Then, flip the sandwich and toast the opposite side until the cheese is melted, approximately 2 minutes more.

Remove the sandwich from pan and drizzle a generous amount of maple syrup over the top. Serve immediately.

Nutritional Facts


Calories Per Serving1305

Folate equivalent (total)495µg100%

Grilled Peaches with Maple Honey Mascarpone Cheese + KitchenAid Mixer Giveaway

I was going to wow your eyes and taste buds today with a dynamite Asian Chicken Salad I just made but&hellip its Monday &hellip and we need to start out the week with a sweet bang. Because&hellip.

1. Life is just better when you have sweets.

2. I am celebrating a sweet blog friends 2 Year Blog Anniversary today &hellip and she blogs at Life, Love, & Sugar. So its only fitting that I post a dessert recipe today! I honor of her of course!

I first met Lindsay through a link party. What is a link party? Well, its this online party us bloggers do to get our content out on the world wide web but its also a great place to find friends.

I was looking through all the recipes linked up at this party and started drooling over a dessert recipe that Lindsay had posted! It of course had dripping chocolate down the side of a moist cake and it is all I could do to not eat the screen. I clicked on the link and Lindsays sweet face popped up!

I then had the chance to meet her in person at the Blogher Food Conference in Miami. I ended up hanging out with Lindsay quite a bit and got to know her even better. She has such a servants heart, she drove us (about 8-9 of us in total) everywhere around in Miami.

She truly wants to know who you are, not just surface level stuff but really cares how you are doing.

She will go out of her way to make you feel included, there were several times over the weekend in Miami that Lindsay would text to see where I was or what I was doing.

Meeting such a sweet person to call my friend has been awesome, and I love that it was through blogging! 🙂

So today, yes I am giving you a recipe but I am also celebrating with Lindsay as she celebrates her 2 year blog anniversary in a big giveaway&hellip oh.. did I tell you she is giving away a KitchenAid Mixerto one lucky winner. Yup.. go down to the bottom of this post to register to win!

Now, onto the food! Since it is still peach season and thus far I have only given you one peach recipe.. I know I&rsquom such a slacker &hellip I knew I needed to give you another one before the season ends. One of the recipes you asked for on facebook was for grilled fruit.

Ladies and gentleman&hellip today I present to you the easiest healthiest dessert you will ever eat! Grilled Peaches with a Maple Honey Mascarpone Cheese then topped with raw sliced almonds!

So a couple months ago I tried mascarpone cheese for the first time and have been addicted ever since! Its an Italian cheese and seriously the creamiest thing you will ever eat. It can be used for savory foods, to cream up a sauce, or in a dessert to add a little bang.

My absolute favorite way to eat this delicious creamy cheese is to mix it up with maple, honey, and vanilla extract. It adds just the right amount of sweetness but doesn&rsquot overwhelm your palate with sugar. Seriously perfect!

Compliment it with warm grilled peaches and you have yourself something you can sit down with and savor every last bite&hellip guilt free I might add!!

Maple Cheesecake

If you’re tired of pumpkin cheesecake and are looking for another type of cheesecake that is perfect for fall, you’ll have to try this maple cheesecake! While maple can sometimes be overpowering, there’s no need to fear that here, as this recipe has a beautifully delicate maple flavor, while delivering the creamy, rich goodness you expect in a cheesecake. Feel free to share this recipe with friends and family on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter once you’ve made it.

Cheesecakes are easy to make and are perfect for making ahead of time since they freeze well. You just need to defrost the cake in the refrigerator for 24 hours and then it will be ready to serve. If you won’t be freezing it and plan to serve it soon after making it, just be sure that you give it enough time to chill (covered) in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours, but preferably overnight.

For this maple cheesecake recipe, you only need 6 ingredients: graham crackers, Cabot Salted Butter, granulated maple sugar (though white sugar can be substituted), Cabot Premium Cream Cheese, eggs, and Vermont Grade A Dark Amber maple syrup. That’s it!

To make this 12 serving cheesecake, follow the instructions as listed in the recipe below. While cheesecakes are fairly straightforward to make, the trickiest part is getting the cooking time right. The key is to not overbake it, as this will result in a less creamy cheesecake. It should come out of the oven when it is nearly set all the way to the center. This means that the center may appear as though it is not fully cooked, but it will be. You just need to trust that it is, pull it out of the oven, and transfer it to a wire rack to cool!

Craving another rich cheesecake? Our Vanilla Bean Cheesecake recipe is a healthier version of the classic cheesecake, made with Cabot Lowfat Greek Yogurt and Cabot Cream Cheese. As a cooperative of over 800 farm families, our mission is to make the highest quality and best tasting dairy products you’ll find. We’d love for you to rate and review this maple cheesecake recipe once you’ve given it a try!


1 sleeve graham crackers (9 whole crackers)
4 tablespoons Cabot Salted Butter, melted
¼ cup granulated maple sugar (or substitute white sugar)
3 (8-ounce) packages Cabot Premium Cream Cheese at room temperature or softened in microwave
4 large eggs
1 cup Vermont Grade A Dark Amber maple syrup

Bacon, Egg and Maple Grilled Cheese Sandwich

  • Preparation Time 35 mins
  • Cooking Time 10 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Difficulty Easy



1. Preheat the oven to 190°C. Lay the bacon slices on a rack set over a baking sheet. Bake until the fat starts to render, about 10 minutes.

2. Baste the bacon on both sides with the maple syrup and continue to bake until caramelized and the edges just start to brown, 10 to 15 minutes more. Let cool on the rack, about 5 minutes. When cool, cut them in half.

3. Melt 1 tablespoon of the butter in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Crack the eggs into the skillet and fry until thoroughly set, 3 to 4 minutes. Transfer to a plate.

4. Put 4 slices of the bread on a work surface. Layer each with 1 whole slice of the cheese, 3 pieces of the bacon, 1/4 slice of the cheese and 1 egg and another whole slice of cheese. Close the sandwiches with the remaining bread. Thinly and evenly spread the remaining butter on both sides of the bread using about 1 1/2 tablespoons for each sandwich.

5. Place 2 sandwiches into the same skillet over medium heat. Cover the skillet with a lid and cook until the bread is evenly golden brown, about 2 minutes. Flip and cook, uncovered, until the bread is golden brown and cheese is visibly melted, about 2 minutes more. Repeat with the remaining sandwiches.

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Who says you can't eat grilled cheese sandwiches for breakfast? This recipe packs all your favorite breakfast items into one compact sandwich.

Searching for more ways to satisfy your pumpkin addiction? Use our favorite fall foods&mdashapples and pumpkins&mdashto make this hearty grilled cheese sandwich.

Make your own pesto using artichoke, arugula, garlic, walnuts, and lemon&mdashthe resulting spread constrasts perfectly with the bold taste of sharp Cheddar.

This blogger's recipe for deliciously smoky bacon jam will make your mouth water.

Genius: Take the ingredients needed for white pizza and pack them all into a grilled cheese sandwich.

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Stuff your grilled cheese sandwich with hand-shredded chicken smothered in a homemade chipotle sauce to add a jolt of flavor.

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Cracker Barrel Maple Bacon Grilled Chicken/Old menu chili's grilled chicken

Hey guys. I'm looking to figure out how to cook boneless chicken breasts like many restaurants do. The most recent example is Maple Bacon Grilled Chicken from Cracker Barrel:

Chili's also use to serve a grilled chicken similar to it years ago before they started converting to texmex menus.

The chicken is usually very juicy with a clear-brown juice coming off it (love to dip shredded pieces in whatever the savory stuff is. Maybe worcestershire?). The bacon part is optional, as the chicken itself is what I looking too replicate. There's just something about the juice that comes off that I adore. Usually there chicken is covered in it. I'm not a huge fan of chicken bring thick pieces so I'm not looking for the typical "juicy" grilled chicken in the sense you cut it open to be very moist inside.

Cracker Barrel uses the same grilling method but gets this almost glaze like outside that's mostly savory, mildly sweet correct but adds hard cooked bacon on top of a little bit of cheddar drizzled with a light sauce that's definitely some kind of grey mustard base.

I've got boneless chicken breasts thawing and was thinking of trying to make a budget home version. I'm just not sure what to do about getting as smoky/savory flavor glaze (I'm very much a basics/beginner cook). I was thinking of trying to combine maybe small amounts of maple syrup with worcestershire to the point of being runny, brine the chicken a while, cover in the glaze and throw them on a george foreman.

Trust me, I know I don't know what I'm talking about so the above may sound terrible to those with trained taste buds, but Iɽ love any advice as I've gone years trying to replicate the chili's version from way back when only to be reminded recently by the cracker barrel chicken which I simply can't get enough of.

Not just your average grilled cheese! Step outside the ol’ cheese and bread box and enter the future of the gourmet grilled cheese. Your taste buds will thank you.


  • 2 slices of bread
  • 1 cup of cheese – Mix of grated Gruyere and white cheddar
  • 1 thin slice of Muenster (Pick up your fancy cheese at La Jolie Cheeseshop in Aurora.)
  • A healthy amount of 100% pure maple syrup
  • Half of a small yellow onion
  • Teaspoon of butter
  • Fresh minced rosemary to taste
  • Fresh minced thyme to taste


  1. Caramelize a yellow onion with salt, pepper, and equal parts minced rosemary and thyme.
  2. In a skillet, melt butter, sprinkle with rosemary and add two slices of bread side-by-side.
  3. Immediately add a mix of grated Gruyere and white cheddar on one side, topped with a thin slice of Muenster*.
  4. As cheese begins to melt, add caramelized onion.
  5. When bread is golden brown, sandwich the pieces and cook on low until cheese is fully melted. Remove from pan and drizzle with a generous amount of maple syrup.

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Trainwreck Grilled Cheese

April is National Grilled Cheese Month! So let’s celebrate in grand style, shall we?

(Today’s post is sponsored by Arla Dofino , who makes insanely good cheese. However, the content and opinions expressed here are my own!)

Grilled cheese is a favorite here at home. It is also our “rescue food”, meaning it’s the food we make when there’s nothing left in the fridge/pantry. I mean, who doesn’t have bread and cheese at home? And even when we don’t, the deli is right around the corner and it’s 24/7!

Also, to make it even more special, grilled cheese is Tim’s specialty. At some point during our relationship, I decided to trust that he would be able to make an OK grilled cheese so I could get a break from the kitchen. Well, he ended up surprising me and now he’s the official grilled cheese maker of the Mesquita-Sullivan household.

This time we are celebrating in grand style! So I’m taking the reins of the grilled cheese making and going all in with a Trainwreck Grilled Cheese that will blow your mind!

My sidekicks in this grilled cheese journey are the fabulous cheese maker Arla Dofino and the Eureka! Baking Company.

You might be familiar with Arla Dofino as they are the sixth-largest dairy company in the world. They make a delicious range of cheese flavors such as Gouda, Havarti, Fontina and Edam. They also have a “from farm to fridge” mission and their product is free of any added hormones and crafted with only quality, natural ingredients in an environmentally-friendly way.

I’m honored to have the opportunity to work with such a high quality product! I believe in nothing but the best for my readers and Arla Dofino definitely passes the quality test when their cheese is concerned! What else would you expect of a company that has been making cheese for the last 100 years.

For this recipe, I chose to use Gouda for its rich flavor and smooth, buttery texture. I took a bite of the cheese and I let it speak, asking “What do you waaaant, Gouda?”, and the Gouda said: “Caramelized Onions and Maple Whiskey Bacon!”. Oh, and wasn’t the Gouda right? All the flavors in this sandwich were born to be consumed together!

The next task would be to find the perfect bread. Being a “white bread for my grilled cheese” kinda gal, I was skeptical about Eureka’s Grainiac Organic Bread for this sandwich. But I gave it a shot and Oh My God! The chewiness and sweetness of this bread pairs like a match made in heaven with the rest of the ingredients to create the unrivaled Trainwreck Grilled Cheese!

Why “Trainwreck”, you might ask. Well, after several attempts of naming this grilled cheese and playing with extremely long names, like “Gouda, Caramelized Onions & Maple Whiskey Bacon Grilled Cheese”, I decided this grilled cheese needed a statement of a name!

I mean, one bite and you’ll understand the title, I promise. It will seriously make your tastebuds explode with excitement and you might not want to ever go back to the plain old bread, butter and cheese.

My husband even described this as “the best thing I’ve ever cooked”. I was taken aback and didn’t know if I should feel flattered or offended. I’ve cooked way more complicated things and so many delicious dishes… but, at the same time, this grilled cheese is really knocking the ball out of the park. Go big or go home, right?

If you’re used to having to eat 2 grilled cheese to be satisfied, be aware that this sandwich is a meal by itself! It is packed with good stuff (Don’t ever tell me bacon is not “good stuff”!) and even my little Hulk of a husband was satisfied with just one. (He liked it so much that he did ask me to make it again the next day though…)

To make this sandwich even more special I also added a “sauce” made with mayo and grainy Dijon. Just close your eyes and imagine: rich gooey Gouda + bacon glazed with maple syrup and good whiskey + delicious caramelized onions + creamy tangy mayo and Dijon sauce + chewy grainy bread packed with fiber. Are you drooling yet? I’m telling you, the flavors will be dancing in your mouth and you will be hooked on this sandwich forever!

If you end up making this, please invite my husband over so he can stop asking me to make this again and again. He doesn’t understand that the life of a food blogger is hard and that we don’t get to repeat dishes often because we have to be constantly creating new stuff! So please do this girl a favor and invite him over! :P

Do you like prizes? Do you have a Twitter account? And do you wanna make new friends?

If the answer for these questions is HELL YEAH!, join us on April 8th from 8-9pm for an Amazing Twitter Party sponsored by Arla Dofino and a chance to win one of two grand prizes, which include:

• Le Creuset® Sandwich Press
• Le Creuset® serving tray
• Le Creuset® plates (set of 4)
• Crate & Barrel OXO® Fish Spatula
• Anthropologie Apron
• Year’s worth of Arla Dofino cheese & Eureka! Organic Bread

Just login to your Twitter account and search for me @Olivias_cuisine and for the hashtag #GooeyGoodness . Start interacting with your new foodie friends and you might be one of the lucky people to win these amazing prizes!

Recipe Summary

  • ½ cup barbecue sauce
  • ½ cup maple syrup
  • 2 chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, seeded and minced
  • 1 teaspoon adobo sauce from can
  • 6 (1 1/4-inch-thick) bone-in pork loin chops
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon pepper
  • Smoked Gouda Grits

Whisk together first 4 ingredients, and set aside.

Sprinkle pork chops evenly with salt and pepper.

Grill, covered with grill lid, over medium-high heat (350° to 400°) 20 minutes or until a meat thermometer inserted into thickest portion registers 155°, turning once. Baste with half of barbecue sauce mixture the last 5 minutes of cooking or when meat thermometer registers 145°.

Spoon Smoked Gouda Grits evenly onto 6 serving plates top each with a pork chop, and drizzle evenly with remaining barbecue sauce mixture.