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  • Plum and Chocolate Cheesecake

    A cheesecake is such a treat and, with its chocolate biscuit base and delicious tangy plum filling, this one won't disappoint. If you haven't made a cheesecake before you might be surprised how easy it is, especially with a food processor.

  • 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.

  • Peach Smoothie and Banana Smoothie

    This is a smoothie of substance! Made with Watties 99% Fat Free Vanilla Creamed Rice, it’s a meal in itself – ideal when you haven’t got time to eat but need the energy.

  • Peach Ice Cream Bombe

    A new take on a wonderful retro dish. Mmm, peaches and ice cream − what a great combination!

  • Peach Bagel and Butter Pudding

    A deliciously fruity twist on the all-time dessert classic that will surprise and delight the family on even the chilliest winter night.

  • Peach and Yoghurt Muffins

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

  • Pacific Sausages

    What a difference a can of pineapple and a jar of Wattie's Just Add Devilled Sausages Simmer Sauce makes to good old bangers and mash!

  • Oriental Plum Pizza

    It's not traditional, but it is tasty! Hummus gives pizza a twist – with a tasty Oriental plum sauce to give it extra zing.

  • Oriental Christmas Ham with Plum Salsa

    Give your traditional ham a bit of Oriental magic this Christmas. Glazed with plum sauce and served with a tangy plum salsa.

  • Orange Mango Cheesecake Icecream

    This is a sumptuous ice cream with full-on flavour. If you’ve never made your own, this is a great place to start.

  • NZ Christmas Ham with Cracker Cranberry Glaze

    Christmas isn’t Christmas without a glazed ham. This glaze combines cranberry sauce with vodka or orange juice.

  • No-Fuss Apple Tart

    Why make a fuss about dessert when you can make this instead, and get on with more important things – like sitting down with a glass of wine!

  • Nutty Banoffee Pie

    In case you haven’t guessed, ‘Banoffee’ is a mixture of banana and toffee. Sound decadent? Take our word for it – it is!

  • Mocktails

    A taste of summer and so refreshing. These non-alcoholic drinks are perfect for entertaining and having something fab for the non-drinkers. If you wish, they can be easily turned into a cocktail with a dash of vodka, or by using sparkling wine instead of lemonade.

  • Marmalade Steamed Pudding

    If you've still got room after a Sunday roast, this is the customary way to finish. It's tangy, traditional and totally irresistible.

  • Lime, Poppy and Pineapple Syrup Cake

    Surprise your tastebuds with this zesty cake. Lime and pineapple complement each other perfectly.

  • Individual Berry Layer Trifles

    Nothing beats a trifle − these individual servings not only look fantastic but taste delicious too.

  • Ham With Spicy Apricot and Mustard Glaze

    Give the traditional Kiwi ham a spicy revamp with fruity flavours.

  • Glazed Roasted Turkey with Mango and Orange Salad

    Turkey is way too good to only eat one day a year. Tegel Frozen Turkey Breast Roast takes all the fuss out, but leaves all the flavour in!

  • Easy Plum and Pear Tart

    Looking for an easy, impressive dessert with minimum fuss? Then give this recipe a go.