Crock Pot Salmon in Maple Sauce

Hypothesis: Maple food products make the world a better place.

Experiment: Go to Canada (twice). Bring back 2 bottles of maple syrup, 4 boxes of maple cookies and 2 jars of maple butter.  Eat all the things. Cook with maple syrup.

Conclusion: Yes, indeed, maple products make the world a better place. We should all embrace the maple.

No really though, I love maple. Whenever I visit Canada, I basically bring an empty suitcase so I can bring back all my maple foods. It’s a little ridiculous. I’ve also solicited friends that have gone to Canada to bring me back things (thanks Max and Lauren)!

In other words:

Maple syrup addict
It’s true.

Alright, recipe time! This is a really unique and simple recipe – I still can’t believe it worked out.


  • 3 salmon filets, frozen
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup (none of that Aunt Jemima shit either – get 100% maple syrup)
  • Juice of 1 lime
  • 1/8 cup of soy sauce
  • 1 teaspoons garlic, minced
  • 1/2 teaspoon ginger, minced

What to do:

Put salmon filets in Crock Pot. Mix up the rest of the ingredients and pour over the salmon. Cook on high for 1-2 hours. This cooks FAST so check in often. Enjoy!


Love it! It smells pretty fishy, so not a great candidate to bring to work for lunch…unless you want to lose friends. It’s super tasty though. Feel free to add some maple syrup on top at the end… #addictedtomaple

Crock Pot Salmon with Maple Sauce
Easily the worst food photo I’ve ever taken.

Recipe based on Get Crocked! Maple Salmon

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