Treat yourself to dessert for dinner this weekend with our macadamia semolina. Semolina is simply a ground-up hard wheat that has been milled and sifted. It is perfect for comforting pudding-style desserts and even as porridge for breakfast!
You don’t need any fancy equipment to make your favourite frozen treats with us around. All you need to make our drool-worthy peanut butter and banana frozen yoghurt is a bowl, a blender and a freezer. Get your scoops ready!
Take everyone’s go-to fruit to the next level by baking them into a beautiful batch of apple and cinnamon muffins.
These two ingredients are a match made in heaven, and this ginger and pineapple bake is an easy throw-together pud for a busy weekend.
Whether you are having people over this weekend or just chilling, our salted chocolate bark makes for an amazing bar or movie snack.
We made these espresso-vanilla muffins with vanilla pods. You only need the seeds for this recipe, but you can stick the leftover pods into your sugar jar for a subtle flavour.
This heavenly biscuit is one of the easiest baked goods to make yourself, with a simple pastry that doesn’t require too much fuss. What are you waiting for? Our vanilla shortbread awaits!
Vanilla is a life-changing ingredient that will transform absolutely anything that comes out of your oven. We can guarantee that everyone will be reaching for a second slice of our vanilla and almond cake this weekend.
Did you know that this popular German snack food has quite a history? Back in seventh-century Europe, pretzels were eaten during Lent. The shape is said to resemble the crossed arms of a monk in prayer and the three holes may represent the Holy Trinity.
Every home cook should be able to whip up a classic vanilla sponge, and our recipe is definitely one you
need in your repertoire. Once you have the basic sponge down, you can ice it, drizzle it or sprinkle it with whatever your heart desires. The possibilities are endless!