They're all red and white with a hint of maple. When sliced, the cookies reveal a white base, red middle, and white top. They will have you singing 'O Canada' for the rest of the day!
West Coast Trail Cookies
This cookie gets its name from the West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island. It's my adaptation of the perfect nut-free trail cookie that's been our family's favorite chewy oatmeal cookie for 10 years. Loaded with choco-chips and dried cranberries. The flax seed meal and pumpkin seeds give them a nutty taste, without the nuts. Perfect for school kids or those with allergies.
Sunshine Coast-Style Nanaimo Bars
Nanaimo bars with a blackberry twist; they take a while to be ready to eat, but are well worth the wait.
Matrimonial Date Squares
Delicious! This favorite recipe has been passed down in the family for many years. It has lots of date filling and can be stored in the refrigerator for a week.
Vancouver Island Cookies
A semi-soft cookie, a cross between a Dad's® cookie and a spice cookie. I bet ya can't eat just one!
Cherry Nanaimo Bars
A great twist on the classic Nanaimo bar, these no-bake cherry Nanaimo bars are loved by my whole family.
If you live in Canada you may be familiar with President's Choice Lassy Mog cookies. It is claimed that these cookies originated in Newfoundland, Canada. I hope you enjoy them as much as my friends and family do.
A variation on the typical meringue recipe that I discovered by accident. A little chewier and maplier than usual.
Canadian Shortbread 'Eh'
Easy to make and enjoyable. Love the rich flavors of butter and maple syrup.