Your favorite breadsticks go maple!
All of you breadstick lovers, get ready. Your favorite easy breadsticks have just gone maple! A perfect warm and sweet winter twist on everyday breadsticks.
That’s right. This simple Maple Breadsticks
recipe calls for drizzling these delicious breadsticks with some sweet maple syrup. But then you can also whip up a simple maple pecan butter to serve as a hea-ven-ly spreadable butter to go with 'em.
Completely delicious. Completely simple. And completely ready to go in less than 20 minutes!
Consider yourself warned -- you may never eat plain breadsticks again.
Here’s the how-to:
Start with some of my favorite simple breadsticks from Pillsbury. Twist the breadsticks and lay them out on a greased baking sheet. Bake at 350 for about 10-15 minutes until nearly done. Then remove and drizzle with maple syrup and sprinkle with a little garlic salt. Then bake for a final 2 minutes, and remove when the breadsticks are slightly golden
Meanwhile, get your other ingredients ready to make the yummy maple butter. You just need some butter, syrup and chopped toasted pecans.
Stir them all together until well-mixed, then serve the butter with the breadsticks.
A match made in heaven! So good!
More Maple Madness
Mmm...maple. The perfect comfort flavor for cooler months. Try more recipes that feature maple:
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