Occasion

Christmas

Merry Christmas!

This holiday season may look different, but it doesn't have to taste different. Whether you're looking for the traditional or wanting to try something new, we've got you covered! We have everything from gifts from the kitchen, holiday appetizers, Christmas dinner recipes, helpful how-tos and everything in between. You could say we're the experts of Christmas!

How-Tos & Recipe Ideas

Kids Festive Fun

Kids Festive Fun

Keep the kids active over the holiday season with some festive fun in the kitchen. We have put together a variety of activities from cooking to crafting to help bring out that budding inner chef.

Tried and true recipes:

  • Sides
    Maple Bacon Brussels Sprouts

    This luxurious vegetable dish combines Brussels sprouts with maple syrup, crispy bacon and toasted walnuts. Serve it as a side dish at your Christmas or Thanksgiving dinner.

  • Main
    Brined and Roasted Turkey Pieces

    Turkey roasts more quickly when it’s broken up into individual pieces. These turkey thighs, drumsticks, wings and breasts are brined in a salt solution prior to roasting to ensure a moist and flavourful meat.

  • Sides
    Slow Cooker Garlic Smashed Potatoes

    Cook these baby potatoes in the slow cooker with garlic. Once they’re soft, mash them up with cream cheese and nutmeg to create an easy creamy side dish.

  • Baking
    Caramel Walnut Tart

    This elegant tart brings together homemade caramel and crunchy walnuts. Serve it with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, if you like.

  • Sides
    Festive Broccoli Salad

    This big batch creamy broccoli salad is a perfect addition to a holiday buffet table. Dried cranberries give the broccoli a festive feel.

  • Sides
    Traditional Stuffing

    Sometimes, a traditional recipe is the best choice, especially when you’re dealing with a holiday dinner. This classic bread stuffing is a great accompaniment to a turkey dinner.

  • Baking
    Candy Cane Nainamo Bars

    Give this distinctively Canadian dessert a bit of Christmas flair by adding some candy canes to the mix.

  • Beverages
    Cooked Eggnog

    Many people are wary of homemade holiday eggnog. This version of the classic Christmas beverage is cooked so you don’t have to worry about consuming raw eggs. Serve this as is as a non-alcoholic drink or stir in some rum before serving.