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  • Chocolate Beetroot Cake

    An unusual combination, but we know you will be pleasantly surprised by this wickedly delicious cake.

  • No Fuss Peach and Apple Shortcake

    This delicious shortcake is stunning as a hot dessert, served with ice cream or custard, or cooled and sliced for afternoon tea. You'll be making this one time and time again.

  • Sour Cream and Apricot Syrup Cake

    For a delicious afternoon tea or dessert treat, try this − everyone will be impressed.

  • Decadent Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Who can resist a chocolate chip cookie? These definitely tick all the boxes, full of chocolate and deliciously wicked!

  • Pear and Vanilla Crumble Muffins

    Stuck for something to put in the lunchbox? These scrummy, deliciously moist muffins will go down a treat.

  • Peach and Weet-Bix Muffins

    Wattie’s Peaches and Sanitarium Weet-Bix have always been a Kiwi favourite at breakfast time. Now this iconic combination can be enjoyed at any time of the day with these delicious muffins.

  • Lemonade Scones

    There’s nothing like the smell of homemade baking. Who doesn’t like a homemade scone? Topped with jam and cream, they’ll keep coming back for more!

  • Summer Plum Shortcake

    We love plums and the Black Doris variety are a particular favourite. This shortcake recipe is very easy − just throw the ingredients into a food processor and you’ll have it in the oven in less than 15 minutes. Serve with a large scoop of yoghurt or ice cream. Simply divine!

  • Yoghurt and Pear Syrup Cake

    This delicious pear, lemon and yoghurt syrup cake tastes sensational and makes a stunning dessert!

  • Tomato Pinwheel Scones

    Hot scones out of the oven are an all-time favourite. We've given you three filling ideas, but get creative and see what you come up with. Remember, scones like a gentle touch − so stay light. Mix with a knife and roll out gently.

  • Three Berry Chocoholic's Cake

    As far as real chocoholics are concerned there’s only one thing better than chocolate cake – and that’s chocolate and berry cake. A brilliant combination.

  • Strawberry Ripple Fruit Loaf

    This is definitely not like Granny used to make! Cultured buttermilk, chunks of fresh fruit and swirls of strawberry come together in a delicious moist loaf that’s perfect − either on its own or served warm with extra fruit and yoghurt.

  • Strawberry Louise Tarts

    We've given the old-fashioned Louise Cake a makeover. These little tarts are sure to impress.

  • Spicy Peach and Apple Muffins

    What better to go with your coffee on a cold winter day than a delicious muffin with whole chunks of mouth-watering peaches?

  • Smoked Fish Pie

    Here’s a classic recipe all smoked fish lovers should try. Packed full of flavour it makes a hearty & comforting winter meal.

  • [SERIOUSLY] GOOD™ Banana Cake

    A new approach to an old favourite that’s well worth trying. No-one will spot it has mayonnaise in it − just remember, it has been tested with this mayonnaise and can't be guaranteed with any other brand.

  • Plum and Cinnamon Crumble Cake

    Every once in a while a great cake comes along that has the ability to make you famous among your friends and family. This is such a cake.

  • Pear and Blackcurrant Slice

    Sure to be a popular slice for all the family. If you have extra Fruit Squirtz from this recipe and aren't sure what to do with them, make a fruit smoothie. Just add the drained pear juice and some yoghurt, or try it as an ice cream or yoghurt topping.

  • Peanut Slice

    It’s sweet and gooey and delicious – because only very boring people are good all the time.

  • Peach and Yoghurt Muffins

    Morning tea made easy! In just half an hour your kitchen could be smelling of delicious fruity muffins.