These moist and delicious muffins are great for the lunch box and they have a surprising ingredient – Greek yogurt! The batter is thick, but they bake up nice and light.
Lemon Blueberry Yogurt Muffins
Dulce de Leche Croquembouche
This is an incredibly impressive yet easy dessert to serve to a crowd. Make it the centrepiece of your holiday dessert table.
Individual Four-Berry Crumble
Frozen berries make berry crumble possible year-round. Picked ripe and juicy, PC frozen berries are always flavourful and fresh.
Strawberry Dulce de Leche Trifle
Trifle is always a popular holiday dessert- it feeds a crowd and is made well ahead of time, with no last minute preparation. Frozen berries are an economical alternative to the usual fresh berries- and they are always ripe.
Raspberry Streusel Bars
Streusel is German for “sprinkle”. Unusually, the streusel topping for this delectable raspberry bar is the same mixture as the pastry base of the bar.
Mini Raspberry Pain au Chocolat
As flaky and rich as anything you can buy at the finest patisserie. Mini pastries give you portion control- if you can stop at just one!
In spring, a young child’s mind turns to chocolate and bunnies. Here’s a sweet, child-friendly dessert kids will love, at Easter especially.
Whole Wheat Scones
This low fat treat doesn’t sacrifice flavour for reduced fat. Share with others within a day or so of eating, or freeze, as the lower fat level affects keeping quality.
Melt in Your Mouth Shortbread Cookies
This fabulously tender shortbread is made in the food processor to ease preparation; be careful though as over processing dough will cause the dough to become greasy and the butter will melt out as they bake.
Mincemeat Pinwheel Cookies
Pinwheel cookies are a Christmas classic. This version uses pre-rolled puff pastry as the dough, and seasonal mincemeat as the filling. Much easier than the traditional version with two colours of home-made cookie dough stacked and rolled.