Chocolate Nanaimo Bars. A triple chocolate version of a Canadian classic!
Chocolate Nanaimo Bars. A triple chocolate version of the classic Canadian no bake treat that may well be one of the best chocolate cookie bars you've ever tasted.
Bannock Bread - Eastern Woodland Métis Nation (Canada)
Historical Notes: "Bannock, a simple type of scone was cooked in pioneer days over open fires. Variations in flours and the addition of dried or fresh
Kahlua Nanaimo Bars - a celebration of a favourite liqueur & cookie bar!
Kahlua Nanaimo Bars - a celebration of my favourite coffee liqueur and my favourite Canadian cookie bar. Perfect for the Holidays.
Mme Benoit’s Tourtière
Tourtière is a French Canadian meat pie traditionally served at Christmas. It may be made from pork, beef or a combination of meats sometimes including veal.
Sugar Free Scones. A no sugar added option for lower calorie easy scones
A versatile recipe for sugar free scones to which you can add dried fruits, nuts or even frozen berries to create many favorite versions.
Traditional Bannock Recipes | Food Network Canada
A Tofino, B.C., mother passes along this simple bannock recipe shared with her by an elder of the Nuu-chah-nulth culture she cherishes. You might also like these Tasty Canadian Indigenous Restaurants.
Newfoundland Toutons - a much loved local favourite!
Newfoundland Toutons. The delight of every Newfoundlander, especially served with melting butter & a drizzle of molasses.
FRENCH CANADIAN TOURTIÈRE RECIPE
FRENCH CANADIAN TOURTIÈRE RECIPE also known as Meat Pie is a Christmas tradition among many families here in Canada. And is said to be a dish that originated from Quebec.
Maple Pie - a Canuck twist on Sugar Pie to celebrate Canada Day!
Maple Pie - a close cousin to butter tarts, sugar pie and even a southern pecan pie. This rich maple flavoured filling in a flakey butter cry pastry is perfect for Canada Day or even for Thanksgiving or at the Holidays.