This is an excellent recipe for Butter Tarts that I got out of a Canadian Living magazine many years ago. It is the best. The paper it is on is getting tattered and worn now so I thought I better post it here before it is too late. You can't get more Canadian than these. Everyone always loves this version and they are the first thing to dissappear at anything I bring them to. You'll find yourself going back for "just one more".
Found this recipe in a Canadian Living magazine and had to try it. It's really yummy, and makes a good amount too. Hubby didn't seem too thrilled that it had carrots in it, but he said he liked it, AND he went back for seconds LOL.
Freeze ribs right in the marinade to take along to the cottage or those guests expected in a few days So easy to make and such a wonderful flavor. This recipe came from a Canadian living magazine a number of years ago and I have been making them ever since. I so often have a bag made up at the cottage for those unexpected guests or those hot summer days when you just don't feel like cooking. They can also be served as a appetizer.
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.
I used pork for this recipe but you could also use chicken or turkey. It was a quick and easy recipe I found in the Canadian Living Magazine. The important thing is the kids loved it, and inexpensive to make. I used fresh mushrooms as I prefer them over canned. I served it with a side dish of the colored bow tie pasta and peas. I also bought prepared pork schnitzel from the butcher which saves a few steps.
This is a recipe from a "Canadian Living" magazine. It was titled "Roast Chicken Fajitas" but I don't eat meat so I changed the title!! If you make it without the meat - it's a very healthy vegetarian meal. If you make it without the meat/dairy - it's a very delicious vegan meal. I like my food "spicy" so I increase the chili powder & cumin.
This is a personal favorite recipe of mine, initially derived from Canadian Living Magazine. Friends and family also love it and usually request the recipe so here is my version for all of you. There are lots of ways to easily make it your own by spicing it up a bit and it's a very filling soup that's quite healthy and great after a busy or cold day outside. Enjoy!
This is a very elegant cake for a special occasion which I found years ago in Canadian Living magazine. It looks complicated but is actually quite easy to make. It can be served as is or with a raspberry coulis.
Adapted from a recipe I found in the Canadian Living magazine. I've made it twice with perfect results each time. If you like your spanish chicken a little more spicy, like we do, add a bit more cayenne and maybe even some cumin seeds.