Lobster for the holidays


Everything you want in a lobster roll, only smaller. After one bite, nobody will be able to keep their claws off these miniatures of the classic East Coast snack.


  • 3 x 1.25lb/600g Canadian lobsters, cooked and cooled, or 1lb/450g Canadian lobster meat
  • 3 tbsp/45mL chives, chopped fine
  • 1/4 cup/60mL celery, diced
  • 1/2 cup/120mL mayonnaise
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 4 split top rolls, cut in 3 pieces each, or 12 small brioche rolls, cut along the top


  1. Shuck lobster meat from shells and cut into bite-sized pieces. Place in a medium bowl. Add chives, celery, mayonnaise and salt and pepper to lobster meat and mix together until well combined.
  2. Brush outsides of rolls with melted butter and toast or grill until golden.
  3. Fill rolls with lobster mixture and serve immediately.

Elevate your holiday with Canadian lobster

Looking to one-up last year’s holiday feast? Add decadent lobster mains or hors d’oeuvres to the menu. The best part is, it’s easy!

Impress your in-laws with lobster rolls, stun your squad with next-level lobster tails or give your grandparents a grin with lobster boil. Any way you present it, Canadian lobster is a simple way to add a sophisticated flair to your holiday cooking.

Elevating your dinner menu to an impressive holiday feast with Canadian lobster tails is simple: either served on their own and topped the way you want or in a boil. Plus, frozen Canadian lobster meat is great for dips and on bread or crackers (or both!).

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