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    Canada Cooks!

    Canadian cooking rocks! And it's all here ... recipes from Canadian magazines and newspapers, recipes from Canadian cookbooks, recipes from Canadian restaurants, recipes from Canadian food companies, recipes from FoodNetwork-Canada personalities, recipes for classic Canadian dishes too. I'm proud to be a Canadian and I'm delighted to share these recipes I've posted and also found here on Zaar! I also hope you check out the Canadian Cooking forum here at Recipezaar!
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    A tasty treat for the holidays or a coffee snack!

    Recipe #50923

    Its different and its good. It came from a RobinHood booklet.

    Recipe #96677

    We enjoy this at the Christmas holiday time when clementines are in season, I found the recipe in FIVE ROSES flour booklet.

    Recipe #81841

    I have been making this dessert for many years; found it in a Purity Flour cookbook I purchased, one of my first recipe books! It is sweet and delicious! Hope you will like it! The topping is not sweet, increase the amount of sugar if you prefer, it is nice with a little nutmeg in the batter also. Note the batter does not have to cover the fruit completely, the apple mixture will bubble up and it looks nice. I sometimes add fresh cranberries to the apple mixture.

    Recipe #85263

    I make this often, especially in the fall as you can use any fruit you like - apples peaches pears! I have also used canned plums (2 - 14oz cans, must drain thoroughly) Recipe taken from Anne Lindsay's Light Kitchen cookbook.

    Recipe #98381

    23 Reviews |  By bert

    This dessert looks great and tastes even better! I found the recipe in a cookbook called "Fare for Friends". It's easy to make and looks impressive.

    Recipe #18026

    6 Reviews |  By bert

    This recipe came from my Canadian Living Cookbook.I have made these muffins for years and my family loves them and they're good for you. You can store the batter in the fridge for up to two weeks and make fresh muffins anytime you want. Use any bran cereal that is labelled all-bran or 100% bran; do not use bran flakes.

    Recipe #18170

    2 Reviews |  By bert

    I usually serve this over rice or pasta. By the time the rice or pasta is done, this stir-fry is ready to serve. I found this recipe in a Canadian Living magazine a couple years ago.

    Recipe #22208

    3 Reviews |  By bert

    I first made this for one of our backyard BBQ get togethers. I got the recipe in a book called Fare For Friends. There was'nt any left so I assumed everyone enjoyed it!

    Recipe #22495

    51 Reviews |  By bert

    I have made this several times and it's dead easy. If you have overnight guests, what could be easier for breakfast? I've made it on special occasions, too, such as Easter morning and Christmas morning, etc. This recipe comes from the Best of Bridge series.

    Recipe #22526

    3 Reviews |  By bert

    I found this recipe in the Company's Coming cookbooks series and I have made it many times. If you like raspberry jam, you will love these.

    Recipe #22634

    1 Reviews |  By bert

    This recipe came from a Robin Hood booklet I got at the grocery store. I have made it several times. The picture shows it on a large plate, surrounded by sugared red and green grapes.

    Recipe #23611

    2 Reviews |  By bert

    This recipe came in a Milk calendar a few years back. It looks time consuming but really it is quite easy to put together.

    Recipe #28885

    A great no-fuss way to feed a crowd. I found this recipe in Chatelaine not too long ago and it is wonderful.

    Recipe #33585

    1 Reviews |  By bert

    Any Chocolate Lovers out there? This recipe came from a Robin Hood booklet that I've had for years.

    Recipe #51704

    3 Reviews |  By bert

    I have been making this recipe for quite awhile and I got it from one of the Best of Bridge cook books that I enjoy so much. This is an easy and fast recipe that you can have prepared and on the table in less than half an hour.

    Recipe #69298

    This is one of those quick and easy soups that are delicious and healthy, as well. This recipe came from one of my Canadian Living magazines and I have always had success with it.

    Recipe #71319

    I came across this in a Homemakers magazine and it was an instant favourite, we have used this recipe ever since(with a little of our own tweaking!)The longer the mixture sits the better!( for prep time i just put the 1 hour standing time, add how ever long it will take you to chop your other ingredients). Cook time is just how long it takes you to toast your bread. Everyone we serve this to really likes it.

    Recipe #62874

    I find i am always keeping my eye out for different Pumpkin dessert recipes to try for Thanksgiving & Christmas(or anytime), rather than just the usual pumpkin pie. I came across this in a Homemakers magazine.I have not yet made it(but will). It sounds impressive looking, yet very easy to make.

    Recipe #63923

    This recipe has been in my collection for quite some time and i must admit to not actually making it yet.Just waiting for the right occasion! I got it from a Canadian Living magazine where it was submitted by Taunya St. Pierre. It looks quite elegant and would be a stunning dessert for a special occasion or dinner party.Not to mention the taste of the creamy layers of chocolate & vanilla topped with a shiny raspberry glaze! I am sure it would be to die for and well worth the effort.(There are a fair amount of steps,(cooking,cooling, chilling.))I know i am looking forward to putting in the effort for it when the right occasion presents itself!!

    Recipe #64655

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