Sugar Shack Take Out Menus

Updated on Mar 1, 2021

The sugaring season is approaching! Thanks to the initiative of certain maple producers, you’ll still be able to offer yourself a sweet treat! Find out more about six places in the Townships where they’re offering takeout or home delivery versions of the sugar shack traditional meals.


Érablière Bernard

Érablière Bernard, a family business who celebrated its 100th anniversary last year, is offering you complete takeout meal packages. Pea soup, “oreilles de criss” (bacon rinds), ham, sausages, omelette soufflés, hash browned potatoes, coleslaw, desserts … truly generous portions for $18.50 per person. A home delivery service is also possible for Granby citizens, for an additional fee.

Onsite, the boutique remains open (several precautionary measures have been put in place to ensure client safety) and allow you to purchase their frozen products. Would you prefer to make your purchases online? This is also possible. You’ll find all their products by clicking right here.

Available from February 25 to April 25, 2021. Reservations required. Order online.


Érabilis

Every Saturday and Sunday in March and in April, the Érabilis Sugar Shack in Sherbrooke also offers takeout meals and maple products. From 11 :00 a.m. to 5 :30 p.m., you’ll be able to retrieve your hot sugar shack meal at their counter. You also have the possibility to take a walk on the paths of the maple grove.

Check the online boutique to order.


Cabane du Pic Bois Sugar Shack

Seeing that you won’t be able to enjoy your meal onsite, you can take home a comforting traditional meal prepared at this rustic Brigham sugar shack. With its pea soup, baked beans, pork rinds (oreilles de crisses), ham confit in maple syrup and maple syrup pie, the Cabane du Pic Bois’s menu will truly satisfy your sweet cravings.

You’ll also find several delicious products such as their jugs of maple syrup, maple spread and maple sugar by clicking on the enterprise’s online boutique.

To order, call at 450 263-6060.


La Cabane Chez Arthur

This Cookshire-Eaton sugar shack offers their meals-in-a-box for $100 (+taxes) for four people, and includes a panoply of sweet dishes: pea soup, baked beans, scrambled eggs, ham, sausages, maple syrup pie, pouding chômeur, plus a can of this year’s maple syrup. Everything to organize a true family feast!

Available on saturdays march 13, 20 and 27. Reservations required by emailing or by calling 819 875-3851.


La Grillade

Three take-out meal-box options are offered at this Granby sugar shack: The traditional, the vegan, or the no-pork option. For all three selections, you’ll receive generous, savoury portions, prepared in their own kitchen, and following their family recipes.

Order online. La Grillade is part of the Ma cabane à la maison initiative.


Érablière du village

This year, the Érablière du village, in Compton, is inviting itself to your home with its own traditional Québecois sugar shack menu! Ham made with maple syrup and cider from Verger Ferland, beans and merguez sausages, pea soup, old style grated potato patties, smoked coleslaw, pets-de-sœurs (maple sugar swirls) Verger Ferland’s doughnuts, taffy and maple syrup complete this gourmet box.

Order online. Pick-up your meal at the sugar bush from Thursday to Sunday, from noon until 4:00 p.m.


Domaine de l’Artisan

The entire family can enjoy this Brigham sugar shack’s gourmet meal-in-a-box. Pea soup, ham, omelettes, pork rinds, sausages, coleslaw, bread, cretons, fritters; plus, their taffy recipe and a can of maple syrup are also included.

Order online. Domaine de l’Artisan is part of the Ma cabane à la maison initiative.

Would you like to find more options? Go to the Ma cabane à la maison website, an initiative gathering nearly 70 sugar shacks throughout Quebec. Their network offers take-out meals you can pick up at participating Métro grocery stores in your region. C’mon! Let’s encourage our maple producers and contribute so our maple industry can shine throughout!
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