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.
Strawberry Dulce de Leche Trifle
For Christmas cookies, use your favourite cookie cutter shape - try stars, snowmen, angels or Christmas trees.
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.
Jam Thumbprint Cookies
Thumbprint cookies are a holiday tradition, and look great on a dessert tray. Substitute another type of nut, if you prefer.
Chocolate Cherry Brownie Cookies
Melted chocolate makes this drop cookie extra delicious. Look for dried cherries in the bulk area of the grocery store.
Cranberry Brie en Croûte
“En croûte” simply means encased in pastry, a delicious way to present a whole Brie on a special occasion.
Prosciutto-Wrapped Olive Twists
Take our Swiss sticks and prosciutto, and you can create an appetizer that will have guests beating a path to the hors d’oeuvres table.
Macadamia and Chocolate Chunk Cookies
These golden chunky cookies are positively irresistible with their craggy peaks of chocolate and creamy white nuts. Sensational and rich!
Tuscan-Style Marinated Goat's Cheese
Lively, gutsy, crowd-pleasing flavours. An appetizer that rewards greatly for so little effort.