Lassy Buns are a soft cookie-like biscuit called a bun in Newfoundland. Molasses and spice flavour these traditional Newfoundland buns.

Lassy Buns (Molasses Buns for those not acquainted with the vernacular of Newfoundland) are one of those treats your grandmother gave you.

Traditional Newfoundland Pea Soup & Dough Boys - made with leftover ham or salt beef; a hearty local favourite that has warmed many a belly over the decades

Newfoundland Pea Soup and Dough Boys

Come taste traditional Newfoundland recipes such as Blueberry Upside Down Cake from the place we call home. We only have the traditional Newfoundland recipes your mother & grandmother use to make!

Come taste traditional Newfoundland recipes such as Blueberry Upside Down Cake from the place we call home. We only have the traditional Newfoundland recipes your mother & grandmother use to make!

Queen Anne Squares with title text

Queen Anne Squares

Queen Anne Squares have been one of the most popular Newfoundland cookie bars ever on Rock Recipes; a scrumptious combination of coconut and chocolate.

Newfoundland Figgy Duff

Newfoundland Figgy Duff

Newfoundland Figgy Duff has nothing to do with figs; raisins were once referred to as figs here and are always added to this traditional steamed pudding.

Lassy Mogs - a Newfoundland favourite; well spiced, soft cookies with a deep molasses flavour and filled with dried fruit & crunchy pecans. Irresistible!

Lassy Mogs - a Newfoundland favourite

Lassy Mogs - a Newfoundland favourite; well spiced, soft cookies with a deep molasses flavour and filled with dried fruit & crunchy pecans.

A collection of 10 of our most popular Newfoundland recipes to date. Search the site for others, especially in our cookie section.

Top Ten Newfoundland Recipes

Newfoundland Figgy Duff

Newfoundland Figgy Duff

Newfoundland Figgy Duff has nothing to do with figs; raisins were once referred to as figs here and are always added to this traditional steamed pudding.

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