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Blueberry Cake

Nova Scotia wild blueberries and a crunchy brown sugar and cinnamon topping flavour this easy cake from Jill and Sharon. Enjoy it plain, or top each serving with lightly sweetened whipped cream or a scoop of ice cream. Courtesy of: Jill and Sharon Thomas - 1st and 2nd Generation Egg Farmers

Eggs Benedict Casserole

This is a great choice if you have company coming over for brunch. Prep it the night before and refrigerate overnight. In the morning just pop it into the oven. You can easily double or triple the recipe. For best results, make the hollandaise sauce fresh before serving.

Fluffy Pancakes

A stack of warm, fluffy pancakes are sure to bring smiles to even the groggiest early morning risers. You can also prepare pancakes in advance and store in the freezer to be reheated in the microwave for a quick breakfast when you’re in a hurry.

Country Quiche

This country quiche is a quick and easy recipe for brunch or dinner. Ham, vegetables, green onions, and cheese are mixed with a creamy egg custard and baked on top of a bread crumb base.

Basic Quiche

Start with this base using a frozen pie shell or make your own pastry. Simply add a variety of filling options. Serve with a green salad for a light meal.

Eggy Potato Au Gratin

This dish is a delightful combination of savoury eggs and cheese that elevates boring potatoes to “eggs-ceptional” heights. This flavourful, filling side dish is ideal for a splendid sit down dinner or a buffet style get together! 

Greens, Eggs and Ham

Eggs and education are the perfect ingredients to make this recipe one of your kid’s favourites. Have some fun in the kitchen while creating this play off the classic Dr. Seuss story Green Eggs & Ham. You can make a night of it and ask them to cuddle up after dinner to read you their most beloved bedtime story.

Goat Cheese & Thyme Twice Cooked Soufflé with Mixed Greens & Chive Vinaigrette

These gourmet twice cooked soufflés are easy to make and can be cooked ahead. With the elegance of a classic recipe, but half the fuss, there is no need to worry about these soufflés collapsing. For a special touch, serve with mixed greens tossed with chive vinaigrette.

Kalter Gustave

This is a decadent German chocolate “fudge” and biscuit layered dessert, with a subtle coffee hint.  Whatever the occasion, this is unique and beautiful to serve to guests.