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 Jam Jams Recipe

Jam Jams Recipe

Jam Jams are a are small, round cookies filled with jam, typically raspberry or strawberry, and are a staple in many Newfoundland households during the holiday season. Here’s a recipe for you to try. Click on above photo to see recipe.

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Hot Cross Buns

Hot Cross Buns

Hot Cross Buns are a traditional sweet bread typically served in Newfoundland, on Good Friday. The buns are usually made with spices, dried fruit, and a cross-shaped icing on top, which symbolizes the crucifixion of Jesus. Serve these warm and fragrant Hot Cross Buns with a cup of tea or coffee. Click on above photo to see recipe.

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