Canada Day is right around the corner and it’s time to celebrate! This has always been a special holiday for me, having moved to Canada at the age of 5. The first Canada Day I ever celebrated was at Expo ’67 in honor of Canada’s 100th birthday, making it doubly special.
The red and white decorations, parties, fireworks, and of course, the yummy food all make for a lot of family fun! Here are some sweet and delicious ways to celebrate Canada Day you’ll want to check out. Pick your favorites and add them as part of your festivities!
15+ Sweet and Delicious Ways to Celebrate Canada Day
Be sure to check out my latest Canada Day recipe for Maple “Eh” Cupcakes!
Blintz Casserole with Strawberry Sauce from Food Whine
Canada Day Ice Cream from Mom vs The Boys
Canada Day Sugar Cookies from Multi Testing Mommy
Festive Canada Day Cupcakes from Ottawa Mommy Club
Gluten-Free Vegan Sponge Layer Cake from Rhian’s Recipes
Kit Kat Canada Day Cake from Little Miss Kate
Maple Cake with Caramel Buttercream Frosting from My 3 Little Kittens
Maple Leaf Cupcakes from Mommy Kat and Kids
Oh Canada Pops from The Yum Yum Factor
Red Velvet Trifle from Frugal Mom eh!
Strawberry Fluff No Bake Cheesecake from Everything Unscripted
Strawberry Tiramisu from Sugar Love Spices
True North Maple Cake with Buttercream Icing and Strawberry Filling from Woman in Real Life
Vanilla Mousse with Chocolate from Pawsitive Living
Watermelon Cake from Sober Julie
Find some of my favorite Canadian recipes here:
French Canadian Tourtiere Meat Pie <<<It’s a tradition for Christmas Eve but it’s delicious anytime of year!
Cretons du Quebec <<<One of my sister’s favorite foods! She would spread it on toast for breakfast. It’s kind of like a pate. I HATED it when I was a kid but it’s actually really tasty!
Butter Tarts <<<A Canadian classic! I have to ask – raisins or no raisins?
I’ve got some fun and free printable activity pages for Canada Day (or anytime!) including trivia, wordsearch, crossword puzzle, and coloring pages.
And for a super simple holiday decoration, make these ribbon woven Canada Day luminaries!