Recipes by Di Swann
Bacon, eggs and baked beans - what a great way to start the day! Just wrap it up in a tortilla for an easy breakfast. Made with Wattie’s Baked Beans 50% Less Added Sugar!
French toast is an old Kiwi favourite way of using up stale bread and it was often served with golden syrup. Now it is popular with bacon, banana and maple syrup.
Nothing beats homemade savoury mince on toast. It’s simply the best thing when you need some comfort food.
This self-crusting quiche is made without any pastry and forms a lovely firm, outer crusty layer as it cooks away in the oven! Serve with some tomato chutney for a delicious breakfast that the family will love!
Here are some refreshing summer smoothies made with your favourite Wattie's canned fruit. For a classic breakfast smoothie - try the Peach smoothie made with Wattie's NZ Grown Peaches and weetbix. Or for something different - try the Plum, Banana and Ginger Coconut smoothie made with coconut water.
There’s a new breakfast trend hitting the café scene. Here’s our take on it using Wattie’s Broad Beans. Super versatile – great on toasted ciabatta or delicious served with roast lamb.
Whether you have guests sleeping over or guests over for breakfast this Christmas – this ultimate all-in-one breakfast pan using favourites like Wattie’s Frozen Hash Browns and Baked Beans is the unbeatable crowd-pleaser!
Try this delicious breakfast for Father’s Day. Perfect to share with the family and the Wattie’s Chilli Beans add such great flavour.
These frittatas are perfect for breakfast or lunches on the go! Wattie’s Frozen Supersweet Sweetcorn make the frittatas super tasty – along with the bacon, feta and pesto. With only 6 ingredients this frittata recipe is quick and easy!
Try this delicious summer smoothie! So refreshing with the sweet taste of Wattie’s Beetroot and Golden Circle Pine Coconut Fruit Drink.
Everyone loves a quick and easy dinner that is light on time and big on flavour. This surprisingly easy ‘hash’ recipe is bursting with the flavour of grilled crispy bacon and golden potatoes and is ready on the table in 25 minutes.
Smoothies are on trend at the moment but did you know they are super easy to make at home saving you time and money? This recipe has a great balance of flavours but try substituting frozen mixed berries or frozen blueberries for a nice change.
More than just a dip, Mediterranean Chunky Basil Pesto Dip is the perfect addition in these delicious and simple little pies for bacon lovers.
Check out these kid friendly pancakes. Fun to whip up, they’re light and fluffy and super yummy served with Wattie’s Peaches and maple syrup!
It’s easy to understand why friands are popular in cafes as they are so delicate and light. In our version, the boysenberries pair well with chocolate, making a flavour that's tart yet sweet − the perfect combination! Looking for a gluten free option? Check out our easy 'make it gluten free' tip.
With just four ingredients this slice is so simple to make, and it’s a twist on the traditional bacon and egg pie. For the perfect mouthful every time, simply spread tomato sauce directly onto the base before cooking. For tomato sauce lovers don’t forget to serve extra on the side!
There's no better way to start the day than with sweet peaches, crunchy almonds and refreshing yoghurt. Deliciously healthy!
Paper Moon in Mairangi Bay have won NZ Cafe of the Year 2012 with their signature dish featuring a scrumptious clash of two favourite Kiwi classics Wattie’s Baked Beans and Kiwi Middle Bacon.
Hollandaise is a traditional French sauce, our easy recipe is great with eggs or try it over freshly cooked asparagus.