What is a Nanaimo bar?

These recipes were reprinted under the name Nanaimo Bars in the Vancouver Sun. Canadian food companies adopted them as a convenient vehicle for their products, and they’ve been growing in popularity ever since. These bars are exceedingly rich; a little goes a long way.

What are the ingredients in a Nanaimo bar?

Nanaimo bars are originally from British Columbia, from Vancouver Island. The base usually contains coconut flakes, graham crackers and melted butter. Since I live in Germany and pecans are a little harder to find, I went with walnuts, but I believe you can use any nut as a wonderful addition to this mix.

What to do with too many graham crackers in Nanaimo bars?

Also if you want to make to impress, double the custard icing and add a drizzle of white chocolate (melt 1/2 cup white chocolate chips with 1 tablespoon butter/margarine) on top while chocolate is still warm. Read More I’ve had Nanaimo bars many times and this recipe called for a bit too many graham cracker crumbs. IT made the crust a bit to dry.

Where does Nanaimo chocolate come from?

This layered bar is originally from Nanaimo (pronounced nah-NIGH-moe), a city on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. It was born in 1952, when a fund-raising cookbook from the island featured three recipes for chocolate squares.

The Legendary Nanaimo Bar. This creamy, chocolatey treat’s origin is elusive, shrouded in mystery, and claimed by many as their own. Of course, we know that Nanaimo Bars originated in Nanaimo, or they would be called New York Bars, or New Brunswick Bars. If you’re interested in the facts and fables of this slice of heaven,…

How do I add block patterns in Nanaimo?

Nanaimo Bars Menu Close Home Add block patterns Block patterns are pre-designed groups of blocks. To add one, select the Add Block button [+] in the toolbar at the top of the editor. Switch to the Patterns tab underneath the search bar, and choose a pattern.