Tag Archives: Tenderflake

Apple Cheddar Pie with #Bacon and Rosemary #recipe

October 4, 2012


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I find Top Chef Canada to be a culinarily (is that a word?) inspiring show.  Last season, one of the most delicious creations yet was presented.  Depending on where you grew up, cheddar cheese may be a natural accompaniment to your apple pie.  Why not put it IN the pie?  And while you are at […]

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Tenderflake Chefs Coats for Your Littlest Chef #G!veaway

August 20, 2012


My love of Tenderflake tart shells has been well documented.  I find the shells to be of very good quality and that they make having a dessert on the table quick and easy.  Now, the littlest chefs in your kitchen can feel like a true professional with their very own chef’s coat. Here is my […]

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Tenderflake EasyPie #Review

August 10, 2012

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My friends over at Maple Leaf Foods recently asked me to give their newest baking shortcut, Tenderflake EasyPie, a test run.  Naturally, I obliged.  Free pie is always good. There are two tasty variations – double crust and crumble top. The box contents are pretty straight forward  Two pie crusts and a package of seasoning […]

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Breakfast for Busy Days

March 26, 2012

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Last week, Goose left on business for four very long days.  During that time, we went into what can best be described as survival mode.  School lunches were still packed but other food offerings were, at best, mediocre. After Goose got back home (hooray!), I started brainstorming for ways to make next time a little […]

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Apple Toffee Tarts

October 17, 2011

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I came across this quick and easy recipe the other day and had to give it a whirl.  I and all my family are really glad we did. This recipe is a snap, especially if you use pre-made tart shells.  I would honestly recommend the Tenderflake mini-shells.  To make this recipe, you will need more […]

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