Your gathering may be smaller this year, but you can still bring it with the feast! Here are a few of my (truly patriotic), favourite recipes for Canada Day!
The Best Caesar in the World
- I hate to brag, but I make the best Caesar in the world. 😉 It’s all in the two very special secret ingredients and the order in which you craft this beloved beverage. Get the recipe to make my version of Canada’s cocktail here.
- When a classic breakfast dish marries a delicious poutine: fresh comfort food the whole family will love! Here’s how to make the Ultimate Breakfast Poutine using items you likely already have in your kitchen! Here’s my recipe for the breakfast version of Canada’s favourite dish!
Vegan Nanaimo Bars
- From one of my favourite recipe sites- Nutrition in the Kitch- an amazing recipe for the vegan version of Canada’s classic treat – Nanaimo Bars! Get the recipe here.
Maple Leaf Popsicles
- You really can make any flavour of these popsicles, but to keep with the theme, use watermelon or strawberries as a base. All you need is a maple leaf cookie cutter and popsicle sticks. Here’s a great how-to I found online.
- This iconic Indigenous dish is so delicious, and a great way to spark up a conversation with your family while celebrating Indigenous culture. Local Cree chef Shane Chartrand features an amazing Bannock recipe in his new cookbook Tawaw – Progressive Indigenous Cuisine. He says the key to making it perfectly is to not overmix your ingredients. “The dough should look shaggy.” Chef Chartrand says it’s essential to mix by hand, not with an electric or stand-up mixer. Shop the book here. Get the recipe here.
Simple Canada Day Cake
- Whip up this festive cake from The Kitchen Magpie to celebrate! (It’s easier than it looks). Get the recipe here.
For my local friends who would rather buy than make, here are a few mouthwatering Canada Day treats from some of our favourite local shops.
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