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This is a loaf flavoured and speckled with Anise Seeds. This loaf is ideally paired with Pepper-pot.
Pepper-Pot and Aniseed Bread is tradional Guyanese Christmas breakfast.
Also great just toasted and eaten with cheese.
Heavy Fruit Cake$34.75
Perfect combination of fruity flavors, very light and spongy. It is definitely a holiday must-have in any Guyanese home!
Light Fruit Cake$23.75
Traditional Guyanese loaf. Nice rich silky texture. There’s truly nothing better than the smell of freshly baked ‘Plait’ bread! A Guyanese favourite and quickly becoming a Canadian hit. Yumminess overload!
This traditional Guyanese Sponge Cake is the most popular good on a Guyanese family’s Christmas table.
Sponge Cake (Pound Cake)$19.95
Dotted with raisins and dried fruit and delicately spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg. Great with a hot cop of tea or coffee.
Lovely lemon flavored (real lemon ), slightly sweet, tea rolls. This bun is a must for ‘tea-time’ in Guyana. This would vie for the world’s best late night snack bun. It is awesome lightly toasted, and lightly buttered, with a slice of your favourite cheese. This is addictive. It does not get any better. Flying off the shelf…
Tennis Rolls – 6 Pieces$4.75
Anise Seed bread is great with butter, cheese, peanut butter, or jam. It’s also eaten with meats, especially “Pepperpot”. The anise seed gives this bread a unique and fragrant flavor.
Whole Wheat Aniseed Loaf$4.75
A popular Guyanese bread which we’ve made healthier by adding whole wheat flour to the all-purpose flour with which it is traditionally made.
Whole Wheat Plait Loaf$4.75
For those who want to compromise a little bit of the flavour of the ‘white’ tennis rolls for the benefit of a healthier option. Still great!