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Egg Nog Tart

This dessert brings you the festive flavour of eggnog in the form of a tart.  The pat-in, cookie-like pastry, is easy for novice bakers, yet brings a professional touch.  If your December is busy, you can easily make this treat a couple days ahead and refrigerate.  Serve with whipped cream, flavoured with a hint of nutmeg for a special touch.

Parmesan Custard with Spinach & Roasted Red Pepper

These individual layered custard cups with spinach and roasted red peppers are the perfect fit for any holiday menu with their festive colours and simple elegance.  By layering custard in clear glass ramekin cups, the colours shine through like holiday candles.  This easy appetizer or light dinner can be made ahead for entertaining.  When buying your jar of roasted red peppers, ensure they are packed in water, not oil or vinegar.

Egg Flowers

Invite your kids to a backyard picnic with a floral theme – by making Egg Flowers. How does your garden grow? Very well when the flower petals are made from slices of hard-cooked and peeled eggs!

Paska

It’s tradition in the home for some of our egg farmers to serve this bread for late afternoon tea on Easter day.

Scotch Eggs

Egg Farmers of Ontario has taken a pub staple and given it a modern update while staying true to its great taste. Scotch Eggs have been a tradition in pubs since 1738. Pair this combo of sausages and eggs with a variety of condiments and invite your friends over for the shamrock celebration.

Simply Egg Salad

A classic egg salad sandwich hits the spot on many occasions. You can serve it on your favourite sliced bread or buns, toasted or plain. It’s always a sandwich to enjoy.  Great for picnics, too!

Double Chocolate Brownies

For the serious chocolate lover! Make this when you know everyone is going to be home. These brownies can be enjoyed sliced into squares or bars, or for a special treat, cut into heart shapes with a cookie cutter, then decorated as desired.

Dipping Eggs

Soft-cooked eggs (also known as soft-boiled eggs) are a favourite! We like to dip toast strips into the soft yolks, hence the name Dipping Eggs.