This is a truly Canadian recipe made with hand picked crabapples, plums and berries from an abandoned homestead at Grace Harbour in Desolation Sound Marine Park made to an apple-berry cobbler. Crab apples are sour when eaten fresh, yet when baked, gives a sweet tangy taste. Easy to make, healthy and full of nutrients. Can be served warm with ice cream topping. This recipe was inspired during the summer of 2008 while cruising the BC Inside Passage to Alaska.
New Canadians will enjoy cooking these classic, traditional Canadian recipes that have been handed down several generations. Also included in this section are foreign recipes adapted into Canadian cuisine.
The Canadian recipes featured in this section are ideal not only for family dinners but also for group potlucks. Have you ever been invited to a potluck and don’t know what to bring? Here are some popular classic Canadian recipes that have been tested and proven.