Maple leaf cream cookies

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Maple leaf cream cookies
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A plate of pie, with pickled beets and a Maple leaf cookie
Alternative names Maple leaf creme cookies, maple leaf cookies, maple creme cookies, maple leaf cremes, maple cremes
Type Cookie
Place of origin Canada
Main ingredients Filling: cream flavoured with maple syrup or maple flavouring
Cookbook: Maple leaf cream cookies  Media: Maple leaf cream cookies

Maple leaf cream cookies (also called "maple leaf creme cookies", "maple leaf cookies", "maple creme cookies", "maple leaf cremes", and "maple cremes") are a Canadian sandwich cookie.

The cream filling is maple-flavored, and may contain real maple syrup. The cookies are shaped like a maple leaf, a national symbol of Canada.

Several Canadian companies produce it mostly for the domestic market, although it has a growing following in the U.S.[1][2]

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