Easy Homemade Canadian Moose Ears
Beaver Tails: a treat when at Canada's Wonderland or while skating on the Rideau Canal. Now here's step by step instructions for Easy Homemade Beaver Tails!
This entire week, I have been browsing food blogs and gawking at all of the delicious looking red, white and blue creations that everyone seems to be making. Which made me feel incredibly unpatriotic, because HEY. It's Canada day on July 1st and I have made NOTHING in celebration to that. Ever. This must change. The great thing about Canada Day baking is that you can make this exact same thing on Valentine's day, and call it a Valentine's day treat. (which is why I tagged it that way. Shh…
Baked Maple Bacon Donuts
I just wanted to say that Jo is not the only one who can make Canada Day goodies. I found this recipe in the May 20th Women's World Magazine. I made a few teeny tiny changes and this turned out really yummy. Normally I would say baked donuts don't hold a candle to deep fried BUT these are pretty hard to beat. I made them in my mini donut pan and they are the cutest little treats that are perfect for Canada Day or... pretty much any day. Bacon makes everything better! Baked Maple Bacon Donuts…
Canada Flag Fuse Bead Pattern
Ready for Canada Day or perhaps a Canada school project our Canada flag fuse bead pattern needs a large square board and lots of red and white beads. Ideas for using fuse beads here.
Decorated Flip Flops for Canada Day - Happy Hooligans
Looking for a fun and easy Canada Day craft for all ages? Whip up a pair of these red and white, patriotic flip flops! All you need is a glue gun and a few dollar store supplies, and you'll have the most festive feet in town! Aren't they adorable?
How to Make the Easiest Canada Day Wreath Ever!
I was admiring all of the 4th of July wreaths on Hometalk and inspiration struck. I decided I wanted to make one for Canada Day. I had an idea in mind, but after wandering through Dollar Tree and coming across some artificial carnations in Canada's favourite colours (notice the Canadian spelling here), I decided to expand on my original design. I started with a 12 inch foam wreath, one bolt each of red and white 6 inch wide tulle, about 4 bunches each of red and white carnations, a…