Pancakes are always a family favourite on weekends - especially blueberry pancakes. Try this recipe with a twist -- cheese.
Connecting Niagara featured recipes
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These kabobs made with Upper Canada’s famous grilling cheese are heavenly. The gooey, buttery Guernsey Girl adds a decadent dimension to these veggie kabobs!
These tasty popcorn squares are the perfect treat and great for snacking on during movies or serving at your next get-together.
This twist on a kid favourite delivers a truly unique flavour that is sweet and tangy with a little bit of spice. This simple dish is a budget-friendly treat for the entire family at less than $3 per serving.
Every summer we look for unique recipes for both entertaining and for everyday meals for the family. This one is sure to please. After all, we all scream for ice cream.
Often we forget the treasures in our own backyard. It is nice to explore some of these to remind us of how beautiful and fruitful Niagara really is.
Whip up these flourless and gluten-free chocolate truffles for a delicious snack.
Barbecue this delicious New York Strip Steak rub recipe, from grill master and renowned chef Rob Rainford.
Along with its donation to Canada’s food banks, Catelli Foods is also sponsoring a contest for a chance to win one of five prizes of a year’s supply of pasta.
Moms just want to provide their kids with a nutritious meal, but it can be tough in the face of “ews,” “yucks,” and “can we have pizza?”
Nothing will get the family's attention like a cheeseburger quesadilla. Filled with all your favourite traditional burger toppings, this fun new way to eat a “cheeseburger” will surely have the kids asking for seconds.
Aiming to limit processed “added sugars” doesn't mean we must give up all our favourite treats — DIYing your own homemade versions lets you control the quantities of ingredients.
This delicious cake proves you can never have too much of a good thing, combining heavenly dark chocolate with just-the-right-amount-of Canadian craft beer.