The kids won’t wrinkle their nose up at this sushi. Using fruit leather and crisped rice cereal, this is a sweet treat sure to please!
What would the holidays be without chocolate bread pudding? This dessert is easy to make, and you probably have most of the ingredients in your pantry already!
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.
Natrel Lactose Free’s smooth and creamy pudding is the perfect combination of dark chocolate and peanut butter. Whether you have it for dessert or just as a snack, it’s an undeniable treat that offers all the great taste of fresh milk, without the discomfort.
Incorporate fresh berries into your dessert to keep the meal vibrant and light on your palette.
Don’t be daunted by the thought of making soufflés – these pretty pink ones aren’t difficult at all. Prepare the puree ahead, then have the equipment ready and all the ingredients measured out so you can assemble and bake them close to serving time!
These cookies aren’t baked, so they have a soft texture and are best kept in the fridge. While they contain many valuable nutrients, they are an energy-dense treat to enjoy in moderation.
Creamy and mildly sweet, this Indian-style dessert makes a great finish to a spicy meal. It can also be used as an accompaniment to poached fruits such as pear, apple, quince or apricot.
Red grapes, walnuts and rosemary combine beautifully in this elegant and wholesome Italian-style bread that is high in anti-oxidants and rich in traditional flavours.
Silken tofu makes a light and creamy filling for this no-bake cheesecake, and the sweet-tart flavour of pomegranate complements it perfectly. If pomegranates aren’t available, substitute blueberries or raspberries.
Black beans boost the nutritional value of these brownies, adding fibre, minerals, and low glycaemic index carbohydrate to keep you feeling satisfied.
No one will suspect that the main ingredient are beans, or that the fats contained in the cookies are healthy ones from the almonds and olive oil. These cookies are full of surprises!
Bright berries add a dramatic contrast to the creamy. white puddings. The tangy, low-fat buttermilk gives a pleasing, slightly tart lift, making the puddings more refreshing than if they were made with cream.
Frozen berries are great for this recipe, and you can use your choice of berries, or a mixture, instead of the raspberries. Yogurt is used here instead of cream for a healthier treat.
Full of fibre, anti-oxidants and potassium, versatile pears can be a healthy snack or a superb dessert, as they become wonderfully fragrant when poached. In this crumble, they are combined with anti-oxidant-rich cranberries for a brain-boosting treat.
Serve up these deliciously creepy, gooey ‘spiders.’ They’re so delicious little ghouls and boys, even adults, will go nuts over them.
Combining wild blueberry with an array of zesty flavours, this recipe by Janet Dimond of Augie’s Ice Pops proves that homemade is always better.