Oh, the apple fritter. It’s a quintessential Canadian treat. Those pillowy hunks of fried dough, spiced with cinnamon and dotted with soft bites of apple, dipped in a honey glaze that crackles into flakes of sugar that melt instantly on the tongue.
I fear for her and I fear her and I fear what kind of person I’ll become when screams in the night won’t lift me from my chair.
These spiced raisin buns, traditional in Newfoundland, are a cross between a soft cookie and a biscuit.
Filled with fruit and veggies, and customizable with any combination of nutty/fruity add-ins that your heart desires, this is the breakfast champion of all muffins.