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Here are some of Jill’s favourite recipes for you to enjoy. Go ahead and cook up something amazing!

Lemon Lavender LoafWhat’s not to love about the flavours of lemon and lavender? The perfect loaf for afternoon tea or a brunch.
Lemon and Blueberry PavlovaThis pavlova is a wonderful dessert with a crunchy and chewy meringue, soft whipped cream and lemon curd. Plump fresh blueberries are the finishing touch.
Salted Chocolate Brownie CookiesWhat’s not to love about a cookie that is a cross between a dense brownie and a cookie, topped with crunchy Maldon salt! Delicious!
My Father’s Egg NogJill’s Dad was a well-known bartender in London during the 1950s through the 70s. He was famous for his holiday Eggnog recipe. This is a scaled-down rendition.
Maple “No Churn” Ice CreamNow THIS recipe is a game changer! One of the easiest and most delicious desserts ever, it features Martin Picard’s Maple Condensed Milk.
Festive Apple/Pear CakeThe original apple rendition of this recipe originated from the Budget Cutters Cookbook that appeared in The Free Press in November 1982. I particularly like it because it only uses one bowl to mix the batter and it produces a flavourful, dense, moist cake. We’ve added Arvinda’s Chai Masala spice mix for a special version.
Lavender Shortbread CookiesPerfect for afternoon tea or a special celebratory shower, these delicious cookies have the unique addition of culinary lavender.
Be My ValentineA light fluffy cake topped with rich English double cream and strawberries in syrup. This simple dessert is the perfect ending of a Valentine's Day meal and will for sure impress.
Cranberry Walnut Yogurt LoafThe classic flavours of cranberry and orange are combined in this delicious loaf that will come in handy for afternoon tea or an easy holiday dessert.
Blueberry TartThis is a long time family favourite, originally made with shredded apples but works equally well with fresh, plump, local blueberries. Definitely a crowd pleaser.
Strawberry Rhubarb TrifleTangy local rhubarb and strawberries nestled between a layer of creamy custard make this a unique spring trifle.
Lemon Cream with BerriesThis is one of the easiest and most delicious desserts you will ever make using just three ingredients. This delightfully silky, sweet dessert can be garnished with whatever fresh berries you wish.
Chocolate Sauce Pudding CakeThis is a double chocolate hit with a pudding-like cake that has been doused with Toboggan's rich Vanilla Stout Chocolate sauce. Simply fabulous when served with quality vanilla ice cream. Leftovers can be microwaved briefly.
Chocolate Panettone Bread PuddingChocolate panettone on its own is fabulous but make it into bread pudding, warm from the oven and served with ice cream—you have an over-the-top dessert.
Peach Blueberry CrispThe best of summer combined in one simple dessert. Let Mary MacLeod's crumbs do most of the work here for you. A delicious way to end a meal.
Josie’s Black Bean BrowniesNo one will ever guess that there are black beans in these delicious, moist, gluten-free brownies. For these little miracles we'll be forever grateful to our past resident chef, Josie Pontarelli!
Orange Honey Cake with BerriesThis cake is the epitome of the Mediterranean - but with a local touch. A combination of cornmeal and flour is the base for this cake and olive oil replaces the typical butter. Orange juice and zest give this a sunny citrus flavour and of course, the finishing touch is drizzling the warm cake with a syrup of honey and water. One of our favourites!
Apple CakeThis recipe originated from the Budget Cutters Cookbook that appeared in The London Free Press in November 1982. It was a recipe from Mrs. Gordon H. Willert of Thedford. I always fall back on this recipe when I’m in a hurry. I particularly like it because it only uses one bowl to mix the batter and it produces a flavourful, dense, moist cake. This is a good recipe when apples are in season.
Dessert CrepesLooking for something special for dessert? Dessert crepes are a year-round favourite. These are packed with colour and flavour thanks to Plaid Shirt Farms' black currant products.
Pumpkin Panna Cotta with Toasted PecansPanna cotta is an Italian dessert that translates to “cooked cream”. Infinitely variable and can be made a day ahead. In this Thanksgiving version we’ve used canned pumpkin and pumpkin pie spice. Using gelatin leaves provides a beautifully silky texture.
Blueberry Coffee CakeThe following blueberry coffee cake is a great recipe to use local blueberries. It’s not that blueberries are just so delicious and fresh and can be enjoyed with your breakfast or turned into a multitude of desserts — they also freeze well and their shelf life is much longer than many other berries.
Peach Thyme LoafWith an abundance of local peaches in store in August, this is the perfect time to try this loaf! A bit of thyme added to the recipe provides a unique and savoury flavour.
Decadent Dark Chocolate TartMary MacLeod's Butterscotch Shortbread Crumbs makes the tart crust very buttery and Callebaut Dark Chocolate makes the filling smooth and rich.
Chocolate Date Energy BallsSuper easy and no-bake. Bite sized and full of wholesome ingredients, these energy balls are the perfect treat!
Rhubarb Coffee CakeSpring treats. Enjoy ribbons of juicy pink rhubarb topped with a sweet streusel. This cake is perfect for spring brunch, snack time or dessert.
Chocolate Mocha Pots de CrèmeThis French classic has been around since the 17th century. By adding espresso, you take the already decadent dessert to a whole new level. The perfect ending to any meal.
Panna CottaA simple dessert with a 'wow' factor. Panna cotta is a traditional Italian dessert that translates directly to "cooked cream".
Maple Walnut PieTap into your sweet tooth with a maple dessert. Spring in Canada means lots of maple syrup is flowing and this is just one way to use it in an indulgent dessert.

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