As you may know, Log Cabin Syrup is mostly corn syrup. If you want a more authentic maple flavor, I'd substitute Log Cabin Syrup with 100% pure maple syrup when making this recipe.
Log Cabin Whip
1953 recipe from old Log Cabin advertising
Place 1/2 cup heavy cream in chilled bowl and beat until cream holds its shape. (Do not overbeat.) Fold in 3 to 4 tbsp. Log Cabin Syrup. Use as topping for cake, pudding or other desserts. Makes one cup.
Shown above on cake with Log Cabin Syrup and chopped pistachio nuts.*
*Looks to me as though they drizzled some extra syrup over the cake first, before adding the Log Cabin Whip.
This smart mom was never fooled by corn syrup masquerading as maple syrup.