Recipes by Di Swann
Drink your breakfast! A fruit-packed way to start the day.
Tropical fruit salad with freshly chopped mint served with a lemon yoghurt cream.
Who can resist a plate piled high with pancakes? These pancakes are made with buttermilk and are layered with slices of tropical fruit such as mango or banana, all topped with whipped cream and maple syrup − a melt-in-your-mouth taste sensation!
Kids love spaghetti on toast – spaghetti on hash browns takes the same idea and makes it even yummier.
An oldie but a goody! If you like a crispy skin, rub a little oil on before popping in the oven. If you're in a rush you can also cook potatoes in the microwave, prick them first and each potato takes about 4-6 minutes on high depending on size.
Serve the kids these tasty morsels as an after-school snack, and watch them disappear in a flash. They’re far too yummy to stop at just one, so take our tip and keep an extra batch on hand for seconds.
Here's two great recipes for feeding the family over the holidays. It's sure to be a winner with lots of Kiwi favourites.
Need a snack? Here’s two great recipes using everyday ingredients, and while the kids are eating the spaghetti faces the adults can enjoy the baked bean savouries.
Enjoy a healthy snack or light meal with these tasty pitas. They're so easy the kids can make them themselves.
Here are some creative ideas with those kiwi favourites Wattie’s Baked Beans and Wattie's Spaghetti. Make them in a pie maker, toasted sandwich maker or in the frying pan.
Is pizza the most perfect convenience food ever invented? This smoked chicken topping takes pizza upmarket.
If you're looking for healthy lunch ideas then look no further! Try these easy and delicious combinations of new Wattie's Chicken in Lite Mayo and Wattie's SteamFresh Vegetables.
This recipe takes the concept of spaghetti on toast and turns it into little pies that little fingers and mouths won’t be able to resist.
This recipe makes you think of the country with the lovely flavours of real lemon.
Fritters like your mother used to make – not! These fritters wouldn’t be out of place on a café menu – serve with bacon, grilled tomatoes and call it breakfast, or lunch, or dinner!
A light yet easy-to-prepare snack or dessert.
Less is more they say! A dessert made just for you is always a nice way to finish a dinner party, and these individual trifles are a simple way to make your dinner guest feel special.
“Honey, these burgers are divine!” Seasoned with the flavours of honey and soy, they’ve got what it takes. Expect compliments to the chef.
A great light meal that is easy to prepare, tastes delicious and the kids will love it − so will you!
Love hash browns? Love pizza? Then this is the recipe for you.