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  • We're spilling the tea !!

    We've been keeping a big secret for several months!! Café Canela is getting its very first point of sale location very soon! We still have a lot of details to finalize before we can revel the location (hint hint south shore!!) but we wanted to make it official with a blog post ! It all started on our biggest pop pup back in May, the most expensive one for our business ! We figured it would be a great and we would sale out every day, little did we know that our greatest event of the year turned out to be a big disappointment, we didn't even make enough sales to cover the price of our booth. But God has a way of turning disappointments into great opportunities! That event gave us the opportunity to meet the right people to make this possible ! Cant wait to share more details with you very soon !!

  • Discovering Campechanas

    During our trip to Mexico we visited the small viticultural village of Parras (parras literally means vines in Spanish). After a tour of the vineyards we learned that the handmade sweets of Parras are very famous. We could not leave before visiting a dulceria (artesanal candy shop). That’s when we discovered the campechanas! Campechanas are crispy puff pastries baked with a layer of caramelized sugar on top. As soon as we tasted them it reminded us of the Haitian "langue de boeuf"! We gave our father one to try and ,after he got over a "ratatouille moment", we walked out of the dulceria with a box full of campechanas !! Whether it is with our Haitian pâtés, conchas or tamales, at Café Canela we work hard to give you those moments that transport you to a happy place and lift your mood ! Dont be shy ! Share one of your "ratatouille moments " with us in the comments bellow.

  • "Little sister's" Fig Marmalade

    (Receta en español mas abajo) Figs have a special place in our hearts. Growing up our mom planted a fig tree in the back yard. Every year since then we have had buckets and buckets of juicy sweet figs to enjoy. We would eat some and the birds would eat some too there was always more than enough to share. With so many delicious figs at hand one has to find ways to use them wisely. Our little sister found and perfected a delicious fig marmalade recipe. It's simple and quick to make. You can keep it in the fridge in a hermetically closed container. Canning it is a great option too, though we doubt you will need to, it's soo good you'll finish eating it in no time. Ingredients 1kg figs 1 cup water 1/2 cup lemon juice 2 cups sugar 2 tsp cinnamon 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 tsp powdered ginger Instructions Wash and cut each fig in 4 Put the figs and the water in a pot and bring to a boil. Once boiling add the lemon juice, sugar, cinnamon, ginger and vanilla. Simmer until it reduces to your desired thickness, we reduce it in half. Cool down and refrigerate in a hermetically closed container. That's it that's all. Short and sweet. We hope you give this recipe a try. Much love! M and C P.S. You can also head over to our Instagram page and watch the reels we created while we made the marmalade. Mermelada de higos de la hermanita Los higos tienen un lugar especial en nuestro corazón. Nuestra mamá planto una higuera en el jardín de la casa donde crecimos hace muchos años. Desde entonces podemos disfrutar de cubetas y cubetas de higos cada año. Con tantos higos uno debe encontrar maneras de utilizarlos. Primero decidimos compartir la mitad con los pajaritos del jardín y aun así siempre sobraban higos. En una de esas nuestra hermanita perfecciono una receta de mermelada, le quedo tan bien que decidimos compartirla con ustedes. Ingredientes 1kg higos 1 taza de agua 1/2 taza jugo de limón 2 tazas de azúcar 2 cucharaditas canela 1 cucharadita de jengibre en polvo 1 cucharada esencia de vainilla Instrucciones Lavar y cortar los higos en cuartos. En una olla llevar a ebullición los higos con el agua. Agregar el resto de los ingredientes y dejar reducir meneando para que no se pegue al fondo de la olla. Una ves que la mermelada espese envasarla o guardar en un recipiente hermético y refrigerar. Así de sencillo y queda riquísima. Esperamos que se animen a hacer esta mermeladita, se las compartimos con mucho cariño. M y C P.D. Pueden ver unos videos que grabamos mientras preparamos la mermelada aquí en esta liga.

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  • Café Canela | Boutique | St. Bruno de Montarville | Pastries

    Hola, Welcome to Our website! Here w e are all about treat boxes, cakes, and cooking classes with a "Mexihatian" twist. All is made to order to ensure freshness and avoid food waste. Place order Not into ordering online? We've got you, ​ Visit our boutique at CF Le Marché des Promenades, for grab and go goodies. Adress Cooking classes Join our cooking demos. Each month we tackle a new #mexihaitian recipe. Let's cook Custom orders We offer treat boxes, cakes and sweet tables for corporate and private events. Contact Shop Quick View Concha Biscotti Price C$5.00 Quick View Mini Gansito cake box Price C$12.00 Quick View Haitian patty box Price From C$24.00 Quick View Cookie lover box 🍪 Price C$21.00 Quick View Concha Biscotti Price C$5.00 Quick View Mini Gansito cake box Price C$12.00 Quick View Haitian patty box Price From C$24.00 Quick View Cookie lover box 🍪 Price C$21.00 Follow us for more treats Address CF Promenades St-Bruno | CF Marché des Promenades 510 Boul Des Promenades, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, QC J3V 6A8 Opening hours Monday CLOSED Tuesday 10 h 00 - 18 h 00 Wednesday 10 h 00 - 18 h 00 Thursday 10 h 00 - 21 h 00 Friday 10 h 00 - 21 h 00 Saturday 9 h 00 - 17 h 00 Sunday 12 h 30 - 17 h 00 Email Phone 438-838-5432

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