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Q- I'd never heard of them before we bought our cottage in Canada...they are delish, but not my favorite. As long as I'm at the bakery shop, I go for the yummy custard treats...uummm!
Oh, but these are way better...more chocolate and cream and a bit less sweet. :)))(And I don't know a man who doesn't forget socially acceptable behaviour and tries to scarf as many as he can! LOL)
Thanks for the info, gemstone! I googled nanaimo bars and got a 17 minute video of a lady making them . . . have to say they are a bit labor-intensive! I think I'll just buy a Mounds bar!
P.S. It is pronounced na (short a) ni (long i) mo (long o).
This is where it originated and received its name:http://www.nanaimo.ca/EN/main/visitors/NanaimoBars.htmlP.S. Cut in SMALL squares...it is really rich and an absolute must at bridal and baby showers. Enjoy
OOOh! We need the recipe, too!
Never heard of those bars . . . thought it was fudge! Whatever it is, let's dive in!
Double dare you to eat JUST one, DelSol! :)))
I thought so, too, gemstone, that its a plate of Nanaimo bars. I wouldn't mind having one right now. :) (just one!)Nice photo and good puzzle! Thanks, quartina. :)
and the recipe?.......
Looks more like Nanaimo Bar...rich and addictive. :)
I need this RIGHT NOW!!!! Yummmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!