Recipes by Di Swann
This boysenberry tart is simple to make but will impress the guests. Delicious served with cream or yoghurt for a treat.
A Kiwi Christmas isn’t complete without a trifle. Everyone will love the combination of custard, cream, sponge and Wattie’s fruit.
A traditional favourite which will bring back great memories! Steaming is a lovely way to cook this pudding and the jam provides a delicious sticky sweetness.
Yes you can make these yourself and it’s not as hard as you may think! Cocoa and jelly crystals help create these delicious sponge delights.
These biscuits are a real treat and lovely with a cup of tea. They also make a delicious gift for someone special.
You can’t beat these meringues that melt in your mouth. Sandwiched with whipped cream, it’s a match made in heaven.
Here’s your new go-to banana cake recipe – super moist and easy to make. With the addition of orange, it’s a tasty twist on a classic!
For the ultimate dessert to feed the crowd, here’s a recipe you can whip up in no time! With only 5 ingredients including Tim Tam biscuits and Wattie’s Boysenberries it’s sure to please the young and old.
Try this healthy Black Bean Bliss Ball recipe! The Wattie’s Black Beans in Springwater add great flavour and texture. Roll the Bliss Balls in either cocoa, coconut or toasted pistachios for a tasty treat!
This is a twist on the classic Chocolate Self-Saucing Pudding! The twist is super sweet Wattie’s Black Doris Plums! This is one decadent dessert and perfect on a cold winter’s night!
Get creative and have some fun baking in your kitchen! This poke cake is easy to make - simply bake, poke holes and fill with delicious boysenberry sauce! Absolutely divine topped with whipped cream and boysenberry sauce!
This irresistible gem of a fruit trifle contains delicious peaches, fresh raspberries and toasted hazelnuts. It’s so easy to whip up in under 20 minutes and is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
These sweet peach treats are surprisingly easy to make! Made perfect with sun ripened Hawke's Bay peaches. Serve fresh out of the oven topped with vanilla ice-cream - amazing!
Usually enjoyed at a restaurant but how about making these crème brûlée home. These delicate little desserts are guaranteed to be a welcome item to the dessert menu.
It's nice to be able to make homemade icecream - it's worth the effort! We love to serve ours with fresh berries over the summer months.
These Ice Pops are a great fruity treat for children. Instead of banana try sliced strawberries, kiwifruit or raspberries. If you have more time try making them using two or three different juices. Be sure to freeze each flavour before topping it up with the next juice to get perfect layers.
Lemon curd is so versatile, use for tarts, trifles or even as a tasty spread. It's also a great way to use your leftover egg yolks.
Black Doris Plums and ginger are a match made in heaven. These iceblocks have a spicy kick from the ginger, with the tart plums this is the perfect adult iceblock.
Get the kids to help with these ones, blend the fruit and freeze. These will be a summer favourite.
These ice blocks look stunning and couldn't be easier to make. All it takes is Watties' Boysenberries and greek yoghurt and you've got the perfect match.