Well I just spent a couple of hours digging this recipe up, so I figured I'd better put it in a safe place-here! It's from a Canadian Living magazine from 1986 and the page had come out!! Barbecuing is recommended for ventilation purposes-lots of smoke.
This recipe is a good way to use up bananas and want something a little different for breakfast or dinner. My daughter loves them with chocolate syrup on top but I prefer maple syrup. This recipe came from a back issue of Canadian Living magazine.
This is a great way to use up a small quantity of mashed potatoes but I'm sure it can be doubled or tripled for a larger quantity with no problems. I love these muffins with soup for lunch. Originally published in Canadian Living magazine.
This is a GREAT recipe for celebrating the arrival of spring! The lemon makes it light and fresh-tasting and the flavor is so good...you won't even miss the meat! (Recipe was adapted from Canadian Living Magazine)
Recipe By : The Canadian Living Light and Healthy Cookbook: Really more like an English biscuit than what we call a cookie, these treats, which provide more fiber than most cookies, go well with cheese.
I'm posting this recipe to help myself and others avoid the frustration of searching through all my cookbooks and magazines every September! It's not a recipe you can find in the pectin inserts. Tried and true- another Canadian Living gem. Prep time includes overnight drip.
Just found this recipe and it looks like a dynamite dessert that I will be trying real soon! Sliced bananas are folded into a creamy homemade custard, then topped and broiled with a crusty golden almond topping. Recipe from Canadian Living magazine.
Pickerel(or walleye) is one of our favourites- a very sweet fish, and if we're lucky it goes straight from the river to the pan. You could substitute sole if you like. A variation of a Canadian Living recipe from way back.