A decadent and delicious coffee cake with a moist, tender crumb and just a hint of honey mustard flavour. Each bite has a ribbon of cinnamon sugar crunch running throughout, and the finishing touch is a simple drizzle. This cake is so good you’ll want to eat it for breakfast!
These muffins are unbelievably moist and taste so decadently delicious you’d never guess the secret ingredients are zucchini and mustard! This recipe makes a big batch, perfect for snacking on or packing into lunches. The muffins also freeze very well.
These rich pecan blondies combine the flavours of citrus and mustard together to create a wonderful treat that can be enjoyed by all.
Nothing beats a homemade cookie and a glass of cold milk!
Serve this delicious snack with soup, salad or cheese.
This focaccia bread is so easy to make and tastes great too!
This recipe creates a cookie packed with energy. Change up the fruit mixture to accommodate your likes.
Use a dark amber-coloured, pure maple syrup and your best mustard for a sweet hint of spicy bite that is unforgettably delicious. The yellow mustard offers a boost of colour and flavour to the cake. Serve with softly whipped cream with a hint of maple to finish the dish.
This light and refreshing pie has a little zing from fresh lime juice and zest, and a little tang from honey mustard in the filling (and the whipped cream!), mustard seeds and dry mustard powder in the graham crust. One slice and you’ll be smitten!
Hearty and nutritious, these muffins make a quick grab-and-go breakfast or afternoon snack. Studded with nuts and yellow mustard seed for crunch, the muffins also have a delicious sweetness from the carrots and dates, and the benefit of being packed with whole grains. These muffins are lovely on their own, or with a good cup of coffee, but lightly spread with butter or cream cheese they are magnificent. The recipe makes a large batch, but the muffins freeze well and can be enjoyed when you’re on the go.
This classic treat is a fine marriage of sweet and salty. With the warmth of dry mustard and the pop of yellow mustard seed, these squares are sure to please kids (and grown ups!) of all ages.
This rich maple ginger cake is spiced with hints of mustard giving it an extra zest while the dried and fresh figs balance the sweetness of the maple syrup. Perfect for a holiday celebration, an afternoon accompaniment to tea, or just a weeknight pick-me-up!
Fresh dill, honey, cheddar and mustard add wonderful depth of flavour to this moist and warming cornbread. The yellow mustard seed adds a pleasing crunch!
Light and cheesy savoury biscuits, with pops of bright mustard flavour, these are wonderful when spread with lashings of butter. Serve alongside bowls of soup or stew for a comforting meal. If so inclined, do make a double batch, as they freeze remarkably well.
Carrot cake is a classic and this spectacular make-ahead dessert is a delightful end to dinner, or a tasty treat with afternoon tea. This delicious spiced ice-cream compliments the seasonings in the cake for an elevated twist on a family favorite.
This luscious pound cake gathers the traditional gingerbread spices, molasses, brown sugar, and enhances them with bright mustard flavour, both powdered and Dijon. Whole mustard seeds add texture and a delightful burst of sweet heat to the rich caramel glaze. Bake this handsome, aromatic batter as a pound cake, Bundt cake, or in loaf pans and expect compliments aplenty!
This quick and easy Artisan Cheese and Herb bread incorporates three different mustards for a delicious addition to your lunch or dinner.
This bread is the best served warm but is also very good toasted.
Kids and adults alike agree that these cookies make the day a little brighter!
Try this easy to make energy-packed snack made with prepared mustard. These energy bites are portable, taste great and store well. Make them as bites, bars, or balls.
These hearty muffins with bacon, cheddar and mustard, can be served as luncheon fare along with a salad, or simply enjoyed as a great start to your morning.
Fudgy, yummy brownies… this recipe will certainly be a repeat request for family members.
These spicy raisin oatmeal cookies will be a welcome addition to your cookie jar with lots of texture and a complex warm flavour.
Great breakfast, brunch or lunch fare!