Maple Candy
A wonderful sweet treat, sort of like fudge.
  1. Carefully heat maple syrup to between 238-240 degrees without stirring. Use a little butter to help keep the syrup from boiling over the pan.
  2. Remove from heat without stirring and cool to between 175-200 degrees.
  3. Stir thicken syrup until it changes color and starts to turn sugary. It should only take a few minutes.
  4. Pour into molds. You can pour dots on waxed paper or pour in a parchment lined pan like fudge.
  5. Cool before enjoying.
  6. Should last a few weeks in an air tight container.
Recipe Notes

Be sure to use an accurate candy thermometer.  If you happen to over cook, all is not lost.  The candy will just turn into sugar!