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  • Christmas Fruit Mince Tarts

    Sometimes a little sweet Christmas treat is all that is required – these mini fruit mince tarts are just the thing. When festively packaged they also make adorable Christmas gifts.

  • Extra Cheesy Scones

    Want to make the perfect cheese scone? The secret is adding soda water, using tasty cheese and making sure the dough is soft. Serve warm from the oven for a morning tea treat.

  • Pea, Pear and Rocket Soup

    It may seem an unusual combination of ingredients but the end result is sure to impress.

  • Southern-Style Frittata

    This is definitely a throw-it-together frittata, no need for added seasonings as the Southern Style Roasters do it all. A great lunch dish, serve it hot or cold.

  • No Fuss Peach and Apple Shortcake

    This delicious shortcake is stunning as a hot dessert, served with ice cream or custard, or cooled and sliced for afternoon tea. You'll be making this one time and time again.

  • Sour Cream and Apricot Syrup Cake

    For a delicious afternoon tea or dessert treat, try this − everyone will be impressed.

  • Decadent Chocolate Chip Cookies

    Who can resist a chocolate chip cookie? These definitely tick all the boxes, full of chocolate and deliciously wicked!

  • Pear and Vanilla Crumble Muffins

    Stuck for something to put in the lunchbox? These scrummy, deliciously moist muffins will go down a treat.

  • 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.

  • Breakfast Toasted Sandwiches

    Baked Beans and Spaghetti are often a staple in the pantry, and what better way to use them than in these delicious toasted sandwiches − a take on traditional French toast. Get the yummy factor with your kids!

  • 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
    .

  • Maple Nut Tart

    For a sweet treat, this Maple Nut Tart is a must! Serve with whipped cream for the perfect finish.

  • 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.

  • Roasted Capsicum and Chickpea Dip with Crispy Skins

    Hummus is very popular and many people don’t realise how easy it is to make. We’ve added some sweet roasted capsicums to make this delicious dip. Served with crispy potato skins, you can't go wrong!

  • Kiwi Summer Salad

    I’m always looking for new salad ideas and this is the perfect addition to any summertime meal. Beetroot, peas, red onion and orzo pasta tossed together with a zesty lemon dressing – that should hit the spot!

  • Winter Roasted Vegetable Salad

    Salads are usually summer fare, but we've used seasonal winter vegetables to create this delicious version. Serve hot, warm or cold − you'll love it any way.

  • Wedges with Mexican Tomato Dip

    Only 3 ingredients. Only 3 steps. It doesn’t get any easier than this.