Some of the foods we grew up eating we don't even realize are "Canadian". Places you'd think have the same foods actually don't. The United States had a ban on Kinder Surprises and they also don't have Lays Ketchup Chips!\nObviously, foods like poutine are a given since it's everyone's fave and it seems crazy how nowhere else has it! Put your Canadian self to the test and see if you're a real patriotic foodie.\nYou're Not A True Canadian If You Haven't Eaten At Least 12 Of These 18 Foods. Unless you're vegan or live that gluten free life, then you're off the hook though, but I still feel like you've probably had a lot of these. Canada even has vegan poutine! So let's see how well you did.\nSee the foods by clicking a category below or NEXT to see them all:\nBreakfast\nLunch/Snacks\nDesserts\nDrinks\nTo start with Breakfast click "NEXT"\nBreakfast:\nvia @patrick_patman\nCanadian Bacon\nAlso known as "Back Bacon", it's amazing for Eggs Benedict and made out of pork loin rather than pork belly found in regular side (strip) bacon.\nvia @stviateurbagel\nMontreal-Style Bagels\nKnown for being a rival of the "New York Style" bagels, they are smaller, sweeter, have a bigger hole, and baked in a wood-burning oven.\nvia @yoonkuru\nMaple Syrup\nOne of the most Canadian foods ever, I mean our flag literally has a Maple Leaf on it.\nvia @nickwrites\nTimbits\nOthers may refer to them as "doughnut holes", but here in Canada, we grew up knowing them as Timbits.\nFor Lunch/Snacks click "NEXT"\nLunch/Snacks:\nvia @tastemontreal\nPoutine\nOur beloved favourite way of having fries. I don't know if I have ever met anyone who didn't like poutine.\nvia @imsarahlian\nBig Mac Sauce\nRemember when they came out with these in the grocery store this year? It was only available in Canada surprisingly and not in the U.S.\nvia @feastcafebistro\nBannock\nA true indigenous staple, the bread is like a dense scone and can be used for everything from having it plain with butter or jam to even pizza crust.\nvia @ruddskies\nCanadian Pizza\nThe classic Canadian Pizza with bacon, pepperoni, and mushroom.\nvia @emmamccrohan12\nKD\nWe all know our Kraft Dinner as "KD", but in the U.S. it's just called Mac N' Cheese.\nvia @yourkitchentherapist\nKetchup Chips\nSurprisingly ketchup chips are a Canadian thing. You can't get Lays Ketchup chips in the U.S. There are other brands but it's just not as popular.\nFor Desserts click "NEXT"\nDesserts:\nvia @ryley_hartness\nBeaver Tails\nThey are a Canadian Chain hence why the pastry looks like a beaver tail (the beaver is literally a national symbol of Canada).\nvia @foodnetworkca\nNanaimo Bars\nJust as the name says, they are named after the city of Nanaimo in B.C. on Vancouver Island. You've probably had one on a dessert tray at some point.\nvia @fdvoyageur\nMaple Syrup Stick\nAlso known as "Maple Taffy", it's a French Canadian treat made from pouring the syrup right on the snow and the rolling it onto a stick to eat.\nvia @sh31k.z\nKinder Surprise\nIf you grew up as a kid in Canada there is no way you missed out on Kinder Surprises but they were actually banned in the United States.\nFor Drinks click "NEXT"\nDrinks:\nvia @rhapsodyinamber\nCanadian Whiskey\nIt's not just any regular Whiskey, it's Canadian Whiskey! We have brands like Canadian Club, Crown Royal, Wiser's, and much more.\nvia @steamwhistlebrewing\nCanadian Craft Beer\nThere are literally so many to choose from I couldn't just pick one. So either way, we have a lot and you better have tried at least one!\nvia @canadadrycl\nCanada Dry Ginger Ale\nIt's available all over the world but as the name implies, originally hailed from hometown Canada.\nvia @boosterjuice\nBooster Juice\nMostly only a Canadian Chain, the booster's are the best!