My Food in a minute

Sign up to Food in a Minute to create shopping lists, meal plans and more.

  • Feijoa and Apple Crumble

    If you have a feijoa tree, you may have so many feijoas that you don't know what to do with them! We are always trying new recipes in an attempt to use them all. This Feijoa and Apple Crumble is a fantastic autumn dessert.

  • 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.

  • Speedy Nectarine Jam

    Sweet homemade jam made with plump, succulent nectarines is a great way to preserve the summer harvest, and is delicious with scones
    or pikelets
    .

  • Pear and Raspberry Summer Crumble

    For an easy, light and refreshing dessert, this Summer Crumble will make you a hit with family and friends. Layers of pears, raspberries, yoghurt and a delicious oaty crumble – yum!

  • 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!

  • Peach Pavlova

    There are numerous recipes for making the perfect Pavlova. This one is not only simple but also failproof − even the most novice cooks will be able to create this truly iconic Kiwi dessert.

  • Maple and Orange Glazed Ham

    Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas without a ham on the bone − and a delicious home-made glazing will make it extra special. Our sweet orange and maple glaze is sure to impress! Serve ham glazed hot or cold, with vegetables or salad and minted new potatoes.

  • Cranberry and Pistachio Stuffed Turkey

    If you have turkey on the menu for Christmas then you can’t go past this festive cranberry and pistachio stuffing. Made with couscous, this is a light and easy alternative to a traditional bread stuffing. Finish your turkey with a cranberry glaze and you won’t be disappointed.

  • Yoghurt and Pear Syrup Cake

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

  • Turkey Drumsticks in an Apricot Sauce

    Turkey becomes an easy everyday dish with Tegel Fresh Turkey Drumsticks roasted with Wattie’s Bit on the Side Apricot Sauce.

  • Tropical Fruit Smoothie

    Drink your breakfast! A fruit-packed way to start the day.

  • Tropical Fruit Dessert

    Tropical fruit salad with freshly chopped mint served with a lemon yoghurt cream.

  • Tangy Apricot Nibbles

    Add a bit of variety to your barbecue this weekend. Introduce some new flavours with these two quick marinades.

  • Sweet Apple and Pork Braise

    A traditional combination of pork and apple sauce simmered in a sweet casserole and served with mashed kumara or potato.

  • Summer Smoked Chicken Salad

    This delicious smoked chicken salad is a true taste of summer. The lovely blend of fruit, chicken and honey mustard is perfect for a quick lunch, summer picnic or entertaining friends.

  • Summer Peach Crumble

    A delicious peach dessert for those summer months ahead.

  • 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?

  • Spiced Apricot Barbecue Turkey

    This butterflied turkey takes half the cooking time of a whole turkey, and the glaze combined with cooking on the barbecue results in a wonderful flavour. Try this great apricot stuffing, and if you can’t get fresh apricots use dried apricots or peaches.