Quinoa flour has a distinctive flavour, stronger than the flavour of quinoa when it’s used as a whole grain. It’s a useful flour to use in baking in place of wheat flour as it’s gluten-free.
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.
This ultimate chocolate donut with a white chocolate strawberry glaze uses Green & Black’s Organic, a chocolate of excellence and deserving of Mom’s everywhere!
Pumpkin pie meets brownies. The best of two worlds collide with this crowd-pleasing indulgence, creating the sweetest finale to the perfect meal.
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.
Present this traditional holiday bread right in the pan in which it was made, surrounded by a double ring of ribbon.
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).
To make these double-decker beauties, you will need both large and small star-shaped cookie cutters.
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!
This coffee cake recipe is a variation of one a close friend and I make for our home-baking business. I’ve used raspberries and blueberries in place of the rhubarb with winning results.
This is my favourite cake to make for last-minute occasions. I also make it to give to friends because it always turns out just right, and it’s made with ingredients I normally have on-hand.
My sister-in-law made this coffee cake with fresh blueberries we picked while vacationing at her cottage one summer. I’ve used frozen berries at home with wonderful results.
Black beans boost the nutritional value of these brownies, adding fibre, minerals, and low glycaemic index carbohydrate to keep you feeling satisfied.
To save time on those busy mornings, these waffles can be made beforehand and frozen, then popped into the toaster as part of a complete breakfast.
Impress your guests with these traditional French sponge cake-like cookies.
Spice up your day with this pumpkin version of the traditional custard dessert.