During our road trip/camping adventure in August, where we camped at Cypress Lake campground in the Bruce Peninsula National Par, we made our traditional trip into Tobermory. This quaint little harbour village is simply delightful to stroll about on a beautiful summer afternoon. This was our first time visiting with the grandkids so the village to on an extra sparkling charm as seen through the eyes of little ones!
We slowly walked down the hill from the Sweet Shop to Little Tub Harbour enjoying the unexpected warm weather. We wandered around the harbour, marveling at the crystal clear water dotted with ducks between the boats. The kids headed up up the hill to pick-up a part for their tent so Grandma and Papa with the two little ones continued walking. All of a sudden, Little Miss C (age 6) sniffled "I don't want to eat a beaver" which sent Master A (age 4) into immediate distress. So here we are with two crying grandkids heading towards BeaverTails. Trying to calm them without ruining the surprise, we quickly made our way closer to BeaverTails when Little Miss C spotted...
Beavertails are a delicious Canadian pastry than can be made at home. It is more the method of cooking that gets the delicious results. The prepared dough is quickly dredged through the hot oil on each side then fried until cooked through. BeaverTails cooks each beavertail as ordered so they are always fresh and piping hot. Each beavertail is about 10 - inches long, just the perfect size for sharing.
Beavertails are a must have when in Tobermory! If you are in the area, be sure to stop by BeaverTails to enjoy a delicious, piping hot treat while taking in all the sights and sounds of this quaint little harbour village. I'm sure you will love them as much as we do.