No Bake Cherry Cheese Cake for Canada Day - Love Create Celebrate
It’s summer time!! Out come the mason jar desserts :) I was looking to share a great new recipe on…
Canada Day Crafts (1st of July Ideas) - Craftionary
Canada day crafts and decoration ideas. I am sharing great ideas to make red and white crafts with kids and get creative with food/ recipes on patriotic day
Canada Day Word Scramble (Free) - Moms & Munchkins
This free printable Canada Day Word Scramble is a fun game for both kids and adults to play. It can be used as a quiet activity at home or as a party game.
Canada Day Strawberry-Vanilla Frozen Cocktail
Here is a great Canada Day Cocktail recipe featuring two of my favourite Torani products that is sure to be the star of your Canada Day celebrations. The delicious combination of strawberry and vanilla makes this frozen cocktail a delicious hot summer's day treat! Ingredients: 2 shots Canadian Vodka (omit if you would like a…
How to Throw a Canada Day Party for Under $50
From simple and reusable décor to snacks that’ll satisfy any true Canadian’s taste buds, learn how to throw a Canada Day party for under $50.
Canada Day Printables and Ideas!
Canada day is tomorrow and if you are still in need of some cute ideas - here they are! These cute beaver cupcakes are from Canadian Living. Click here for the recipe. Cute Moose Sandwiches from Canadian family, click here. To print this Canada Day subway art from it works for bobbie, click here. To print this Canada Day bunting, click here. For the recipe for these cute red and white popsicles from Baker's Royale, click here. For the printable and instructions for this pinwheel craft from…
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You’ve heard of poutine and maple syrup, but what about Nanaimo bars, ketchup chips or beaver tails? (Relax, it’s just a dessert!) There are tons of dishes, brands and products beyond the obvious that are just as—if not more so—quintessentially Canadian as those well known staples. In honour of Canada Day, here is a list of 34 uniquely (for the most part) Canadian foods you should know. Sounds pretty delicious, eh?