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Nanaimo Bar - originated in Canada in the 1950's in  Nanaimo British Columbia.  Mabel Jenkins submitted the recipe to the annual Ladysmith Women's cookbook during a fund raiser.  Ladysmith is south of Nanaimo.  It was originally called Mable's Squares.

How to Make Nanaimo Bars. The Nanaimo bar is a dessert of Canadian origin popular across North America. A type of chocolate no-bake square, it receives its name from the city of Nanaimo, British Columbia. It consists of a crumb-based.

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Says: They are a triple layer, NO BAKE, {insanely rich} dessert that is named after a city (Nanaimo) in British Columbia, Canada. There is something suspicious about somebody that doesn't like Nanaimo Bars

Nanaimo bars from A Dash of Compassion #vegan

Raw Nanaimo bars - Raw Nanaimo bars - Trying to remake a moonie pie I bought at a store, roast nuts and double the chocolate crust, cover in a good dark chocolate, and maybe add dairy to the filling.

Nanimo Bars! These are delicious...believe me!!! Thank you Susan Jones..from her Canadian grandmother!! Been making for 40 years myself!!!

Not-too-Sweet Nanaimo Bars

Shelley brings us a taste of Canada

Shelley brings us a taste of Canada

Nanaimo Bars A popular sweet treat in Canada, consisting of chocolate with layers of coconut and custard in between. Named for the British Columbia city of Nanaimo, where they originated.

What’s in a Nanaimo Bar?… - Baking Obsession   Like grandma makes, but I can make these without walnuts.

Nanaimo Bar - a Canadian treat (very similar to the Neapolitan candy that my mom used to make at Christmas, I think.

Nanaimo Bars. I need to find a substitute for the Bird's Custard Powder

Day Nanaimo Bars Sweet 'n' creamy 'n' chewy; Nanaimo bars, a no-bake layered bar dessert, are quintessentially Cana.

Nanaimo Harbour

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Very Canadian Foods - Canadian apples, many grown right here in the Niagara area.