It’s the fall harvest season, a delicious time of year! We are fortunate to have many hard-working farmers growing food for us all, from nuts and fruit to vegetables and grains. At harvest we are surrounded with an abundance of fresh and healthful foods.
Posts Tagged: dessert
It is rhubarb season! Rhubarb is a wonderful perennial plant to have in the garden – so easy to grow and care for. If you have an abundance of rhubarb and no time to use it, you can easily chop up the stalks and freeze it for later use, but let’s talk about some delicious and… Read more »
Chocolate and mint, an ever-popular marriage of flavours. When a customer sent us this recipe I was excited. I’m someone who loves chocolate and mint together, plus cookies are awesome too! The recipe is straightforward and not as finicky as many, so you’ll be sure to get your delicious-cookie craving satisfied after your baking efforts.
There’s been no denying it for quite a while now, it’s winter. In my world (and maybe yours soon!), with the colder weather come delightful desserts like this one. This bread is delicious and moist with a very thin, crispy crust that hints of caramel, thanks to the dates and our whole brown sugar. Treat… Read more »
These crispy rice treats are simple and tasty! They can be easily customized with the optional ingredients, such as chopped nuts, chocolate, fruit, etc. or decorated for any occasion. On the other hand, the basic recipe can just be enjoyed as is. Are you an inexperienced baker? No worries! You will be able to tackle… Read more »
We’ve had such a great response to our summer newsletter, and wanted to share a few of the recipes from Sue and Richard’s cooking class in Istanbul, Turkey. Thanks to everyone who entered for the gift basket giveaway; the contest is now closed and we’ll be drawing a name for the lucky winner on September… Read more »
Need a high-fibre, high-protein, delicious chocolate treat that the kids will love? Well, chia pudding is an easy dessert/snack/breakfast that even the kids can make! Chia seeds are so strange! When you put them in liquid, they absorb it all and turn into a gel-like consistency. Despite their tiny size, chia seeds are among the… Read more »
This is a great alternative to some of the traditional caramel recipes I’ve seen. Not only does this recipe work for most diets out there, it actually tastes great! I love it spread on muffins and other desserts, as a dip for fruit, drizzled on ice cream, and baked into desserts. The Barhi date is… Read more »
With strawberry season upon us, I’m finding as many ways as I can to eat these tasty berries. This great crumble is easy to make and tastes great for dessert or breakfast with some yogurt if you’re feeling indulgent. I really enjoy adding the nuts to the crumble topping; I feel it gives it all… Read more »