5 international dishes from the Tim Hortons menu we wish we had seen in Canada

Tim Hortons might be a popular Canadian brand, but there are tons of places around the world that offer unique food that is not available within our borders.

Spain, China, Dubai, UK, and many other countries serve food that appeals to their culture and demographics and looks delicious, to say the least.

So while we sip iced coffee and eat Timbiebs in Canada, Tim Hortons customers around the world are enjoying foods we can only imagine.

Here are five international dishes from the Tim Hortons menu that we would have loved to see in Canada:

1. Chocolate and banana pancakes

Tim Hortons Spain brings breakfast to a whole new level with its limited edition Chocolate Banana Pancakes. Each pancake is fried to golden perfection, topped with a decadent serving of chocolate spread, topped with freshly cut fruit and topped with nuts and a side of whipped cream.

Or: Spain

2. The OFG sandwich

Old fashioned frozen donuts… But in a sandwich? Count us on! Tim Hortons UK goes wild with these donut sandwiches. They’re made with crispy fried chicken, your choice of added bacon, sandwiched between two of the restaurant’s most iconic and sweetest donuts, and topped with maple syrup. Too bad they’re only available for a limited time.

Or: UK

3. Frozen Black Forest

In Canada, the Black Forest is a last minute cake option at the grocery store. But in the Philippines, it’s much more than that. It is a chocolate drink mixed with ice mixed with red fruit puree with a sweet and tangy flavor. It’s literally iced capp and cake. What could be better?

Or: Philippines

4. Rich milk cake

The rich milk cake on the Tim Hortons Dubai menu looks gourmet. It’s definitely a step up from the donuts, cookies, and other baked goods we’re used to here in Canada.

Or: Dubai

5. Häagen-Dazs Salted Caramel Cappuccino

Tim Hortons Thailand collaborated with Häagen-Dazs to create this limited edition drink. The Salted Caramel Cappuccino contains real Häagen-Dazs ice cream. Are we jealous? Sure. The creaminess of the ice cream combined with the texture of the Iced Capp looks like perfection.

Or: Thailand

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