Apples, raisins, cherries and cinnamon are baked into this deep dish pie. Save time using a store-bought shell then finish with a home-made crumbly topping.
This Canadian classic is a moist date pudding cake topped with a delicious butterscotch and coconut frosting that is fit for a queen.
If you love chocolate, you’ll get your fix with this easy stovetop dessert pudding made with cocoa, milk and sugar. Top it off with some fresh whipped cream.
This variation of fruit crisp is baked with fresh peaches covered with an oatmeal crumbly topping. Its enhanced with a little maple syrup, nutmeg and cinnamon.
This iconic Canadian pastry is filled with butter, sugar, syrup, egg and raisins, then baked until the filling has gelled.
A classic dessert filled with a delicious homemade raisin filling. Make a pie the same way that grandma would have.
Perfect for a coffee break with friends, this tasty loaf made from simple ingredients, bakes up nice and fluffy but not too sweet.
If you have about 1½ cups of ripe fresh pineapple to spare, and are in the mood for baking, then you and your family are sure to enjoy this twist on traditional upside-down cake. I prefer to make it in a skillet the old-fashioned way since it’s easier to melt the butter, cooks a little…
This recipe is nice and fruity with just the right amount of pastry. Use your favorite baking apples. I prefer Spartans since they have a mellow, sweet taste and soften nicely when baked. For a variation, add cherries and raisins (see French Apple Cobbler variation in recipe notes). The almond topping makes this dessert all…