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Maple Cookies

Maple Cookies

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"Rich and golden with a rich maple flavor." — by Craig Gund 
Nanaimo Bars III

Nanaimo Bars III

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"Because it's three layers, this sounds hard but it's worth it. My son is famous for making and taking these in to work. I've heard other names but here in the Northwest everyone knows them as Nanaimo bars. They are sold on British Columbia Ferries and at coffee stands. If you can't find custard powder, I've used instant pudding mix with good results." — by MARTHA J PAUL 
Nanaimo Bars I

Nanaimo Bars I

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"These are a totally sinful concoction containing more calories than one would care to count. A decadent dessert! Will satisfy any sweet tooth!" — by Shealeen 
Canadian Molasses Cookies

Canadian Molasses Cookies

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"This recipe comes from Prince Edward Island and contains no butter." — by Manny 
Nanaimo Bars II

Nanaimo Bars II

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"A No-Bake square. I make these during the year but they are a must on my Christmas baking list as family and friends look for them. My parents live just outside of Nanaimo, B.C. Canada." — by Shirly M 
Canadian Shortbread  'Eh'

Canadian Shortbread 'Eh'

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"Easy to make and enjoyable. Love the rich flavors of butter and maple syrup." — by D. Crosby 
West Coast Trail Cookies

West Coast Trail Cookies

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"This perfect nut-free trail cookie, loaded with chocolate chips and dried cranberries, gets its name from the West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island." — by westcoastmom 
Grandma Chase's Nanaimo Bars

Grandma Chase's Nanaimo Bars

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"This version of Canada's beloved 3-layer cookie bar has a nutty crumb crust, a creamy vanilla middle layer, and a thin chocolate topping, but no coconut. They make a great snack. Cut in small pieces -- they're sweet and rich." — by Jessica Jolley 
New Brunswick Chocolate Chip Cookies

New Brunswick Chocolate Chip Cookies

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"Soft chocolate chip peanut butter oat cookies with a hint of cinnamon." — by Giz 
B-52 Bars

B-52 Bars

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"Deluxe Nanaimo bars get extra flavoring from coffee, Irish cream, and orange liqueurs for a sophisticated version of this popular cookie." — by Borg9 
Baked-Bottom Nanaimo Bars

Baked-Bottom Nanaimo Bars

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"These Nanaimo bars have a baked chocolate graham cracker crust, a layer of chocolate, a creamy vanilla pudding layer, and a coconut topping." — by BAKER88 
Minty Nanaimo Bars

Minty Nanaimo Bars

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"These Nanaimo bars have a sweet, minty green filling and a chocolate-coconut crust." — by DI_ANE 
Maple Meringues

Maple Meringues

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"A variation on the typical meringue recipe that I discovered by accident. A little chewier and maplier than usual." — by ZBAYOU 
Sunshine Coast-Style Nanaimo Bars

Sunshine Coast-Style Nanaimo Bars

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"The classic Nanaimo bar, made with coconut and custard powder, has blackberries added to the middle layer. " — by QTPIEANGELICA 
Cherry Nanaimo Bars

Cherry Nanaimo Bars

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"A great twist on the classic Canadian Nanaimo bar, these no-bake cherry Nanaimo bars have a maraschino cherry-flavored middle layer." — by GIGIGROOM 
Canada Squares

Canada Squares

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"Like tiny Canadian flags, Canada Squares reveal a white base, red middle, and white top. They'll have you singing 'O Canada' for the rest of the day." — by RedApple 
Easy Nanaimo Bars

Easy Nanaimo Bars

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"An easy Nanaimo bar cookie uses hot cocoa mix in the crust and milk chocolate topping for a milder taste, as well as the traditional vanilla frosting middle layer. Make them in plenty of time to chill before serving." — by CINDERW 
Lassy Mogs

Lassy Mogs

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"If you live in Canada you may be familiar with lassy mog cookies. It is claimed that these cookies originated in Newfoundland, Canada." — by Canadian Jen 
Nan May's Snowballs

Nan May's Snowballs

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"These no-bake cookies are filled with oats and coconut." — by Brad&Kt 
Maple Walnut Biscotti

Maple Walnut Biscotti

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"Maple and walnut are delicious together in this Canadian take on classic Italian biscotti." — by JL 
 
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