I don’t know that it can get any more Canadian than making tasty wholesome treats from two of their most famous natural resources, snow and maple syrup.
“Using snow to make candy has been done for centuries in Canada. Toffee, for instance, was invented in Quebec. According to Larousse, a sixteenth century nun set molasses in the snow to attract young natives to her school. Rapidly cooling sugar syrups helps prevent the growth of crystals, and results in a clear, glassy appearance….read on HERE.”