A chewy maple walnut blondie topped with ice cream and a creamy maple butter sauce.
A light, refreshing dessert that conjures up the flavours of summer on a cold winter’s night.
Very decadent, with rich chocolate cake and custard. This trifle is a bit more complicated to make, but well worth it.
A very yummy, very traditional, version to tempt your family’s taste buds. Be sure to make the custard a day ahead.
The gooey caramel, crunchy granola, and rich flavour of the roasted fruits make this trifle a winner with kids and adults.
My Gran baked these cookies for as long as I can remember. She kept them in a cookie tin on the top shelf in the kitchen.
The surprise ingredient in these crazy-looking cookies? Chow mein noodles. They add just the right amount of crunch but allow the flavours of the chocolate & butterscotch chips to stand out.
These delightful little trees make a perfect gift for young friends and relatives.