10 holiday treats from fans of The Great Canadian Baking Show
Delightful desserts, made by Canadian bakers.
We asked fans of The Great Canadian Baking Show about their traditional holiday bakes and they posted so many beautiful photos, we just had to share!
Here are 10 of our favourites. Visit us on Facebook for dozens more!
Joel Robison's mince pies make us wish this was a staple treat all year round.
Gingerbread creatures are a timeless holiday treat. Joanne Hawdur's gingerbread moose in Christmas sweaters are an epic holiday party!
Is it even the holidays if you haven't eaten a shortbread — or five? Kimberley Copithorne's whipped shortbreads look absolutely melt-in-your-mouth.
This photo of Barbara Schoen's elegant German Christmas treat has completely stollen our attention (that joke never gets old).
Whoopie pies! Fun to say, fun to eat and for Julie Greguol, fun to bake!
Window cookies are at the top of baking list for many fans who joined the conversation. Amanda Sneath's linzer cookies look so perfect we're not sure we could eat them (but we'd find a way).
From peanut butter balls to peanut butter blossoms, lots of fans use the classic spread in their favourite holiday bakes. Barbie D. Weppler tops her bars with chocolate ganache, earning them the name PB OMGs in her family.
The gorgeous design of Vicky Baker's apple cinnamon pull-aparts makes us want to burst into carols.
Barb Oakes' family loves her empire biscuits so much, they put up a fuss if she doesn't bake a batch every year.
Lefse is more of a family tradition than a holiday one for Amie Reynolds but seeing the impeccable results of her first batch, we have a feeling this treat will be making a comeback in her house every December!
We love seeing all your creative bakes. Visit our Facebook page to join the fun. Happy baking!