15 Traditional Christmas Foods Across Canada

15 Traditional Christmas Foods Across Canada

From coast-to-coast, Canada proves to be a mix of cuisines and traditions from all over the world.

While our Christmas tables are heavily inspired by the U.S. and the U.K., the patchwork quilt of recipes includes lots of truly Canadian gems.

Here are 15 long standing holiday dishes to celebrate a festive, fun Christmas with a Canadian twist.

Butter Tarts

Butter TartsThere's no greater joy in life than biting into a butter tart — a true Canadian Christmas treat. Whether you prefer raisins, nuts, a combination, or plain, no holiday season in Canada should be without one of these gooey bites.

Get the recipe for Anna Olson's Pecan Butter Tarts

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Apple Cider

Apple CiderOntario apples are now gone from the trees, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy their just-picked flavour. In the winter, many apple farmers will pull the fruit out of storage and turn it into cider. Warmed with spices, it’s a Christmastime sipper that both adults and kids will love to cozy up with next to the fireplace.

Get the recipe for Patricia Heaton's Hot Mulled Cider

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