Tarte au Sucre
A Quebec classic found throughout the province we recommend Premiere Moisson as a re-fuelling station.
Pets des Soeurs
Pets des Soeurs: (literally translated as nun’s farts). You will find these Acadian and Quebecois treats in the Provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick. Our favourites are made with maple syrup (the pastries that is).
A Nova Scotia specialty you’ll enjoy at Bean Barn Cafe when your ride Nova Scotia’s Cabot Trail. Grunt is the sound the berries make as they stew and that cyclists make when they climb North Mountain.
Cinnamon Buns: Cycling up the Klondike Highway in Canada’s Yukon Territory stop into Braeburn Lodge for these cyclist-sized cinnamon buns
Flapper Pie: Much loved by Canada’s friendly Prairie folk in the Provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta and by Tour du Canada cross Canada riders. The baked meringue topping makes this cream pie unique.
Toutons and Figgy Duff
Two great recovery treats after you’ve kissed the cod in St. John’s Newfoundland. For cycling friendly services in Newfoundland visit: Newfoundland and Labrador.
Doughnut holes from Tim Hortons found all over Canada. Whether you are on a century ride or cross Country expedition you will find these popular snacks throughout the country!
Ice Cream Cones
The original version of this article first appeared on CycleCanada.com in May 2017. You can read it here: Cycle Canada’s Tour de Treats.