Newfoundland Date Squares - Lord Byron's Kitchen
Newfoundland Date Squares are a traditional island treat! Slightly sweet, with a crumb topping, and a soft filling, they're perfect for afternoon tea time!
Crockpot French Onion Soup - Cook Nourish Bliss
This cheesy crockpot french onion soup is hard to beat! Let your slow cooker do all the work for this classic soup made with dreamy caramelized onions and crusty bread.
Nova Scotia Seafood Chowder | Canadian Living
Chock-full of a variety of seafood, fish and vegetables, this rich soup is inspired by a similar chowder served at the Masstown Market, near Truro, N.S. Enjoy a hearty bowlful with Buttermilk Biscuits.
Newfoundland Style Cinnamon Rolls
Newfoundland Style Cinnamon Rolls are less like bread, but more a biscuit. No icing needed here; perfection doesn't need to be dressed up!
Glazed Maple Shortbread Cookies
Whenever I visit friends in Lutsen, Minnesota, I make sure to buy maple syrup there because I think it's even better than in Quebec. These delicious cookies can be decorated with sprinkles but they're just fine as is.—Lorraine Caland, Shuniah, Ontario
Michael Smith's Favourite Maritime Seafood Chowder | Canadian Living
Michael Smith, P.E.I.'s culinary ambassador, shared his favourite chowder recipe with us. Made with easy to find ingredients and fresh Maritime seafood, it's sure to become a favourite in your home too. The chowder can be made a day or two in advance and reheated to serve. In fact, the chowder actually benefits from a night in the refrigerator: The extra time allows the flavours to really come together.
Canadian Living’s all-time favourite dessert recipes. | Canadian Living
Canadian Living’s all-time favourite dessert recipes. Discover dessert recipes for cakes, cupcakes, pies, cookies, brownies, holidays and every day of the year.
Québécois-Style Pea Soup | Canadian Living
This traditional pea soup is the ultimate in Quebec-style comfort food. Look for an unsmoked ham hock in the meat department of your local supermarket. If you can't find one, a smoked ham hock will work – just reduce the salt in the recipe to 1/4 tsp.
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Thera's Canadian Fried Dough
If you have ever been in Canada, especially Ottawa, Ontario, we have a pastry called BeaverTails® -- a whole-wheat pastry, fried and covered in an assortment of goodies. The Indians originally made these, but they were called pigs' ears. Over the years I have perfected the recipe to the point where I and my friends no longer go out to get them. I just make 'em at home! Enjoy, EH!
I made these cupcakes for a friend’s homecoming party, to celebrate our mutual love of beavers! They are super-easy to make with a really adorable end result!! I made an army of double-chocol…
Celebrate Canada Day with 23 Truly Canadian Recipes Eh! - The Mommy Mix
Here's a list of truly Canadian recipes to help you celebrate Canada's upcoming 150th birthday. Your friends & family will love you for it, eh!