Newfoundland Recipe Cookbooks


Welcome, Our site is a collection of Traditional Newfoundland Recipes found in old family cookbooks as well as community cookbooks that were created and sold as fund raisers in the 70’s, 80’s & 90’s across our province. We have been your source for Newfoundland Recipes and more since 2004.

Newfoundland Cream Puffs Recipe

Cream Puffs

Newfoundland Cream Puffs are a traditional Newfoundland dessert that features a variation of the classic cream puff. In this version, the pastry is filled with a sweetened whipped cream and usually topped with a drizzle of chocolate sauce. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Butter Icing Recipe

Butter Icing

Butter icing is a popular frosting used in Newfoundland baking. It’s versatile and can be used to decorate cakes, cupcakes, and cookies. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Newfoundland Gingersnaps Recipe

Gingersnaps Cookies

Gingersnaps cookies, with their warm and spicy flavors, are a beloved treat that never goes out of style. These delectable cookies are not only a delightful treat for your taste buds but also hold a special place in the hearts of many for their nostalgic charm. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Old Fashion Scotch Cakes Recipe

Old Fashion Scotch Cakes

Newfoundland, shares a fascinating connection with Scotland that has left an indelible mark on its culture and heritage. This bond traces its roots back to the 16th century when Scottish settlers first arrived on the shores of Newfoundland. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Newfoundland Gooseberry Chutney

Gooseberry Chutney

Gooseberry chutney, a delightful condiment, adds a burst of sweet and tangy flavor to your meals. Made from fresh gooseberries, this chutney is a versatile accompaniment that complements a variety of dishes. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Newfoundland Pickled Beets Recipe

Pickled Beets

Pickled beets are a delicious addition to salads, sandwiches, or as a side dish. They can be enjoyed for several weeks when stored in the refrigerator. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Newfoundland Screech Pie Recipe

Screech Pie

Legend has it that the term ‘screech’ was coined when an unwary visitor to Newfoundland mistakenly downed a glass of this dark West Indies rum in one gulp. Click on photo to see recipe.

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Newfoundland Rhubarb Pie Recipe

Rhubarb Pie

Rhubarb is an age-old tradition in many Newfoundland gardens. Hardy and tolerant of the island’s poor soil and weather conditions, the rhubarb plant returns every spring. Click on photo to see recipe.

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