Calling all royal family fans! This light raisin cake with lemon elderflower cream cheese frosting is as posh as it gets without breaking the bank.
In the mood for a royal recipe? Then you’ll love these scones with macerated strawberries, created by Chef Darren McGrady, former personal chef to Queen Elizabeth II.
In this recipe from her latest cookbook, Bake With Anna Olson, the acclaimed Canadian pastry chef shares the best way to make use of summer’s freshest and juiciest blueberries.
Talk about fluffy pancakes! Chef Lynn Crawford shares one of her favourite recipes that can easily be made for brunch or breakfast.
Freshly grated zucchini and finely chopped mint pair nicely with salty feta cheese and onions in this unique twist on the traditional pancake. Served with a side of sour cream, this will become a meal-time staple, from brunch to supper.
This wild blueberry pear ginger galette by Kara Lydon of The Foodie Dietitian combines the juicy, soft taste of pears with zesty ginger, sweet and tart wild blueberries and a buttery-rich crust.
Kara Lydon of The Foodie Dietitian has shared her sweet childhood memory of the wild blueberry harvest season with a recipe for a buttery, flaky, gooey, and sweet wild blueberry pie.
This recipe by Top Chef Canada’s Andrea Nicholson, in partnership with Greenfield Natural Meat Co., is the perfect summer meal for Canadians. Plus, the bacon and turkey are antibiotic and hormone-free!
Delicate cupcakes like these are sure to disappear at your next potluck or bake sale! Grated lemon peel and sour cream turn these from ordinary “white” cupcakes into sophisticated treats.
Peanut butter cupcakes? You bet. They’re surprisingly delicious, and kids of all ages will love them. The mini peanut butter cups also eliminate the need to add frosting.
This snack of tofu with a richly spiced tomato relish combines the benefits of soy protein with the cancer-fighting properties of tomato!
Present this traditional holiday bread right in the pan in which it was made, surrounded by a double ring of ribbon.
This broccoli and mushroom pie makes for a great Hanukkah dish. But whichever holiday you celebrate in December, you’re sure to love it.
These edible decorations are very sturdy and can be hung on the tree or just about anywhere. But be sure to make the holes before you bake the cookies.
This classic Italian treat makes for one delicious snack (and may be your guests’ favourite dish this holiday).
These flaky wafers and cheese straws are lower in fat and cholesterol than their traditional cousins, thanks to the use of reduced-fat cheese.
To make these double-decker beauties, you will need both large and small star-shaped cookie cutters.
Show off these snowy treats in a clear plastic box decorated with sticker stars and a raffia ribbon.
This dough is perfect for creating people, animals, or just about any shape your child wants to decorate.
Who doesn’t love cheesecake? This recipe takes everyone’s favourite dessert and turns it into a coffee cake. And your guests will undoubtedly love it!