Red and white recipes for Canada Day

Jun 28, 2016

Add a touch of patriotism to your Canada Day celebration with these red-and-white recipes. Delicious and easy to make, these dishes are bound to be a hit. Find a few tasty options to make at Winnipeg apartments in today’s holiday-themed post from the blog team at Timbercreek Communities.

Grilled Panzanella Bites

These Grilled Panzanella Bites are the perfect addition to your Canada Day menu. Use fresh tomatoes for this easy appetizer. While the recipe is simple to prepare, be sure to start prepping in advance -- the dressing needs at least two hours to refrigerate.

Raspberry Cheesecake Popsicles

Cool off this Canada Day with sweet Raspberry Cheesecake Popsicles. Fresh fruit takes this recipe to the next level, ensuring a crowd favourite at your holiday picnic. This is also a great recipe to prepare the day before, saving time and stress on July 3rd.

Strawberry Shortcake Parfait

Don’t reinvent the wheel this Canada Day. Strawberry shortcake is a beloved summer classic, and its colour scheme is perfect for the July celebration. Whip up this timeless favourite as a finale to your day-long party. Use strawberries from your local farmers market for extra flavour. Near Arden Hollows Apartments (15 Arden Avenue), shop the selection of fresh produce at St. Norbert Farmers Market (3514 Pembina Highway), a 10-minute drive away.

Gin Rum Shandy

What about a red-and-white adult beverage? Kick off your holiday celebration with a Gin Rum Shandy, featuring apple juice, lime and fresh ginger with a kick of gin and rum.

Happy Canada Day from Timbercreek Communities! The blog team hopes today’s post gave you a few ideas on how to create a colorful, creative meal, snack or picnic for the holiday. For more information about Winnipeg apartments, simply visit our website today.

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