Sweets Recipes

Newfoundland is known for its rich and flavorful cuisine, including a variety of sweet treats. Here are some popular sweet recipes from Newfoundland:

  1. Partridge berry Jam: Partridge berry jam is a traditional Newfoundland jam made with partridge berries it is sweet and tangy, and is often used as a topping for toast, biscuits, or scones.
  2. Molasses Cookies: Molasses cookies are a popular Newfoundland sweet made with molasses, sugar, and spices, and are often enjoyed with a glass of cold milk.
  3. Blueberry Grunt: Blueberry grunt is a traditional Newfoundland dessert made with fresh blueberries and a sweet batter, steamed until tender and fluffy.
  4. Date Squares: Date squares are a popular Newfoundland dessert made with a mixture of dates, sugar, and spices, baked in a crumbly oatmeal crust.

These are just a few of the many delicious, sweet recipes that can be found in Newfoundland. Whether you prefer something sweet and fruity, or rich and decadent, there is sure to be a recipe that will satisfy your sweet tooth. Each of these sweets is a delicious representation of the rich culinary heritage of Newfoundland.

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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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 Molasses Tarts Recipe

Molasses Tarts

Why not give these Newfoundland Molasses Tarts Recipe just like mom and nan made a try the next time you want to try something different. Click on Photo to see recipe.

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Banana Bread Recipe

Banana Bread Recipe

Banana bread is a classic quick bread that is easy to make and a great way to use up ripe bananas. This recipe makes a delicious, moist and tender banana bread that is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or as a snack. Click on above photo to see recipe.

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