Holiday Recipes of Banff and Lake Louise
- Dec 21, 2020
Getting crafty in the kitchen has been a silver lining of more time spent at home this year. There’s something truly gratifying about perfecting a fragrant souffle or mixing a world-class cocktail on your kitchen counter.
Some of our top chefs and bartenders have shared their favourite recipes so that you can enjoy the flavours of Banff and Lake Louise no matter where you’re celebrating this holiday season.
Festive Recipes 5050 list
5050 Panels: The Creek's Famous Brined TurkeyAlpine SpritzCranberry SauceSanta’s Hot ChocolateHot Chocolate SouffléMaple NogSpicy Bear Hot ChocolateJuniper BannockRed Velvet SourOysters Rockefeller
The Creek's Famous Brined Turkey
Follow this recipe and you'll be serving the juiciest, mouthwatering turkey ever these holidays.
A local spin on the Italian cocktail, Alpine Spritz. It's quick to make, and possibly even quicker to drink.
Rocky Mountain Flatbread Company
This cranberry sauce will be perfect for your turkey these holidays, or otherwise, add it to your appetizers.
Santa’s Hot Chocolate
The perfect warm treat for Santa when he stops by your home!
Hot Chocolate Soufflé
The Maple Leaf's signature Hot Chocolate Soufflé is that delicious, you'll be tempted to start your dinner party with dessert first.
Enjoy a classic Eggnog with the added flavours of Park Maple Rye, distilled in Banff.
Spicy Bear Hot Chocolate
Get cozy next to a fire and enjoy this spicy hot chocolate infused with Park Chilli Vodka distilled right here in Banff.
Recreate the popular Juniper Benny at home with this Bannock recipe.
Red Velvet Sour
Three Bears Brewery & Restaurant
Make your own Insta-worthy Red Velvet Sour at home to get into the festive spirit.
Bring a touch of class to your holiday festivities at home with this classic steakhouse dish.