Baking & Desserts

Canadian desserts with a twist

Frozen Nanaimo Pie <br>Photography by Ryan Szulc Image by: Frozen Nanaimo Pie <br>Photography by Ryan Szulc Author: Canadian Living

Baking & Desserts

Canadian desserts with a twist

Frozen Nanaimo Pie
We've turned the classic B.C. bar into an easy three-step pie—all without the need of an oven! Custard powder gives softened ice cream the same taste as the bar's signature creamy filling; pour it over a nutty crust and top with ganache for a minimal-effort dessert that wows.
frozen nanaimo pie


Cherry-Berry Bannock Shortcakes with Maple Toffee Sauce
This twist on strawberry shortcake uses sweetened mini versions of bannock, a traditional aboriginal bread, in place of the usual biscuits. The maple-kissed toffee sauce adds an extra Canadian touch.
cherry bannock shortcakes


Butter Tart Ice Cream
Chunks of buttery shortbread and a sweet butterscotch ripple make this ice cream taste just like Canada's favourite tart. If you like raisins or pecans in your butter tarts, swirl a small handful into the ice cream when you add the butterscotch and the cookies.
butter tart ice cream



Maple-Glazed Doughnut Bundt Cake
This moist cake tastes like a blend of two of our country's most-loved doughnut flavours: sour cream and maple-glazed.
maple glazed doughnut cake



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