Kids and adults alike agree that these cookies make the day a little brighter!
This bacon is versatile. Serve as a decadent brunch side dish along with sweet seasonal melon and toasted seed bread or crumble on a spinach salad.
If you want a smoky flavour in this sauce, add a few drops (or to taste) of liquid smoke, found in the spice section of grocery stores.
Spicy Peppery Mustard Chicken can be baked or grilled on the BBQ. The spice mixture for this recipe can be blended ahead of time. Keep it in a tightly covered container and store in a cool, dark place.
This quick and easy Artisan Cheese and Herb bread incorporates three different mustards for a delicious addition to your lunch or dinner.
This Japanese inspired vinaigrette brings a touch of ZING to one of our favourite light meal options. The acidity of the dressing pairs well with plump prawns and fresh apples for a refreshing, guilt-free lunch.
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.
Sopes are a great Mexican appetizer that are the perfect vessel to carry all sorts of tasty meats and salsas. These are a great gluten-free option, and when topped with roasted vegetables can be incredibly healthy and easy to make. The Habanero can be intimidating to some but when used correctly can give you a wonderful floral fruity flavour with just a slight hint of heat, paired with some good old yellow mustard to carry that tropical flavour along.
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.
It doesn’t get more classic comfort food than a good old-fashioned meatloaf. With a tangy tomato and Dijon-based glaze, this is sure to become a family favourite, especially when served alongside creamy mashed potatoes. Any leftover meatloaf is great in sandwiches the next day.
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!
The pan-seared pork medallions are topped with creamy garlicy greens and then oven-baked, creating a beautiful golden crust. This dish features three kinds of mustard and highlights the bold flavours of mustard, beer, honey and sweet onion puree in a rich caramel-like sauce.
Say goodbye to fast food chicken nuggets and hello to these crispy and delicious chicken strips. The accompanying sauce is great with all kinds of dippables
Bursting with flavour, these meatballs have a lovely surprise of melted mozzarella in the centre. The bright flavours of the pesto are the perfect complement to the ground turkey. Serve with your favourite pasta as a main course, or as small bite appetizer.
Vegan, gluten-free, grain-free, nut-free, refined sugar-free, soy-free these kale chips also taste great too! Plan to serve immediately, as they will lose their lovely crispness with time.
Classic comfort food made fantastic with the addition of a mellow mustard sweet potato mash, and a hearty beef filling loaded with vegetables, herbs and two kinds of mustard. Any leftovers warm up great the next day.
The humble carrot is made the star of the show in this sweet and zesty side dish. Thanks to two kinds of mustard, pure maple syrup and fresh dill, these carrots are so good even those not fond of the root vegetable will be licking their plates.
Wonton wrappers are sold in the produce section of most supermarkets, which means these quick and delicious dumplings are a cinch to make at home. Just wrap, seal and cook! After one bite, you’ll agree that these are better than takeout.
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!
Mixing a bit of heat from the chipotle, a bit of sweet thanks to the apple and a bit of zip from three kinds of mustard, these are moist and flavourful burgers the whole family is sure to love. The herb aioli is also fantastic when served with grilled chicken or fish, or as a dip for vegetables.
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.
The classic combo of tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwich, with a twist! Fresh basil, honey and mustard powder make this tomato soup better than anything out of a can, and using mayonnaise rather than butter when frying the grilled cheese is a game changer.
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.
Perogies are a staple side dish in many Canadian households. This meat filled variation is a hearty twist on the traditional potato and onion variety that also feature well as the main dish. You can mix the dough with a paddle attachment in an electric mixer but be careful not to over mix. Hand mixing in the traditional style is safest and dividing your dough in half will make it easier to roll out.
The smokiness of the Applewood cheddar and the tangy crunch of the mustard makes these earthy crackers a delicious and impressive appie to serve to special guests. Serve them with charcuterie for a decadent evening.
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 terrific tasting stew can be customized to include your favourite veggies.
This mustard will keep up to 6 months. Water can be substituted with beer, wine or grape juice.
Mustard brings texture and taste to this great salad!
Stay warm with this hearty soup that features dark ale, aged cheddar and mustard
With a sweet, heartening flavour, these vegetable pancakes are great comfort food and quick to mix up using leftover mashed potatoes and zesty mustard. Serve alongside grilled sausages or chops for a hearty supper.