Animal Tracks Match-Up
Ever since the groundhog announced that Spring would come early, we've been seeing a lot more snowfall. While I'm beyond ready for our thaw to begin and temps to rise, I have to admit, there's something magical about animal tracks in a newly fallen snow. Mostly we just have rabbit and dog tracks around here, but I thought it'd be fun to explore other types of animal footprints. I was hoping my own curiosity would be echoed by my oldest son; it was! "What are you making, Mom?" he asked…
Clean Eating Canada Day Cake Recipe
This delicious cake can be decorated for Canada Day, or the 4th of July! Either way, it's delicious to celebrate with! Note that this recipe makes one layer. You'll most likely want to make 2 layers as I did for the cake in the photo above.
Animal Tracking Game Craft Kit for Kids
Nature Watch has done it again! Remember playing with “Fortune Tellers” or “Cootie Catchers” (as many of us called them) when we were kids? We have taken that concept and created a completely original craft/game designed to teach children about Animal Track Identification. Nature-Watch Activity Kits are fantastic! Each kit includes a unique, hands-on project for each participant to “make and take”, reinforcing the learning experience. Our kits come with everything needed to assemble the…
How to Make Inukshuk-Inspired Treats for Canada Day
Edible Inukshuk Statues made with candy and an assortment of fruit, veggies, meat and cheese. Perfect for Canada Day parties and bbq's.
Frozen Nanaimo Pie | Canadian Living
We've turned the classic B.C. bar into an easy three-step pie—all without the need of an oven! Custard powder gives softened ice cream the same taste as the bar's signature creamy filling; pour it over a nutty crust and top with ganache for a minimal-effort dessert that wows.
Canadian Red, White & Bacon Skewers (And a Watermelon Beaver)
This is probably the most simple Canada Day appetizer you will ever make. You can have this made in no time at all and it certainly makes a big impact on the table. Plus...it has bacon. Win...win...baby! Sue and I decided to also share our watermelon carving of a beaver. It is surprising simple to do. You can find a how-to video for step-by-step instructions here - Canadian Living. If you want something healthy and REALLY cool to impress your kids, you should totally make this beaver…