While Day of the Dead and Halloween fall on the same day, they couldn’t be more different! Day of the Dead skeletons are always bright and colourful, as opposed to the spooky black and white skeletons. These cookies are a grea
Potato Donuts, also known as Spudnuts, first came around in the mid-1900s. They’re traditionally made with mashed potatoes. On the inside, they’re super soft, and on the outside they have a bit of crunch.
This season we’re taking advantage of the barbecue any way we can. This salad has so many complex flavours from the grilled fruit and vegetables to the sweet delicious dressing. It’s the perfect summer dish!
Corn dogs are such a classic and popular dish that multiple cities lay claim to their origins. The true inventor of corn dogs may never be known, but you can make these chicken corn dogs in your very own kitchen without even usi
Working with sugar can be intimidating, but don’t let that stop you from trying it. It’s so much fun to make different shapes in varying colours to give your cupcakes that extra bit of pizzazz for special occasions. You’ll
These fritters are the perfect size. You can eat them as an afternoon snack on their own, or as a side dish to any diner. They’re packed with kale, sweet potato, and green onion, making them hearty but not too heavy.
Everyone remembers eating s’mores growing up. It’s that dessert with the perfect combination of crunch, sweetness, and melty goodness. This pie is to die for – especially frozen – and is perfect for the cottage.
Tiramisu meaning a “pick me up” or “lift me up” in Italian is a traditional cake. This frozen version of this no-bake classic will definitely lift your spirits with how easy and delicious it is, and uses ever-popular Gre