Partridgeberry Nut Loaf
Traditional Newfoundland Partridgeberry Nut Loaf with a lemon glaze over top, this partridgeberry nut loaf is made with frozen berries that I picked last fall.

Partridgeberries are a sour berry that is picked in late summer or early fall, they look a lot like cranberries but smaller. Most people usually make partridgeberry jam or jelly with them. But there are still a few that like to bake loafs, pies and cakes with them.

This recipe is one I have enjoyed making for years, partridgeberries are my favourite berry and I can’t get enough of, so when I get the chance the pick them or if someone gives me some I would freeze a few for the winter months, but then I will make jams and jellies and bottle them for the long winter months as well.

Because partridgberries are a sour berry they mix will with apples to make a cobbler or pies.

Partridgeberry Nut Loaf
Partridgeberry Nut Loaf with a delicious lemon glaze icing.

Traditional Newfoundland Partridgeberry Jam

Traditional Newfoundland Baked Partridgeberry Pudding

These are two links to more delicious ways to cook with your fresh or frozen partridgeberries.


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