EASY 15-MINUTE MAPLE BARS – Recipe Ketchup
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BY JESSICA from butterwithasideofbread.com

Maple Bars are easily made in just minutes with biscuit dough and a delicious homemade maple glaze. You will never buy store bought again after tasting these warm, fresh maple frosted donuts!

This simple maple bar recipe is so delicious and creates bakery quality breakfast treats in a few short minutes. Making this maple donut bar at home is so easy, you will no longer need to make that trip to the bakery on Saturday mornings anymore!


Maple Bars have never been easier to make until now! This fast and delightful recipe will satisfy your donut craving and the maple glaze is incredible! I love, love, love doughnuts- they are one of my guilty pleasure! Don’t ask me my favorite kind either because it changes constantly. Maple Bars certainly frequent that list, so when I discovered that I could easily make them at home, well, I made a batch to celebrate! You should too- they are so simple to make and there is nothing like eating fresh made doughnuts. Be sure to watch the video showing just how easy these donuts are made!


(This section includes ingredient notes and substitution options. Get all measurements, ingredients, and instructions in the printable recipe card at the Next Page of this post)

-Refrigerated biscuit dough: You will need 1 8-oz can of biscuit dough, I used Pillsbury Grand Homestyle Buttermilk biscuits and they turned out incredible.

-Canola oil: You will need 2 cups of oil for frying these donuts.


-Butter: Using ¼ cup butter will give the glaze a lovely rich flavor.

-Brown sugar: You will need ½ cup brown sugar for just the right amount of sweetness.

-Milk: Use 3 tbsp milk for the perfect consistency for this glaze.

-Corn syrup: You need 1 tbsp corn syrup for this glaze, it gives it great taste and texture.

-Maple extract: Use 2 tsp maple extract for wonderful flavor.

-Powdered sugar: You will need 2 cups powder sugar for the base of this glaze.


Start by pouring 2 cups of canola oil into a medium sized saucepan and begin heating on medium-low heat.

Then, open the biscuit dough and separate each chunk.

Proceed to gently stretch each biscuit into an oblong shape, as opposed to the round shape it comes in.

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Pixie Deacon

Hi, my name is Pixie. I am a true blue Southern girl, cookbook author, entrepreneur, self-taught food photographer and lover of chocolate.

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