Have some left over hot cross buns from all the Easter treating? Create these delectable hot cross bun rusks to enjoy with a hot cuppa on those cool winter mornings.
Local flavours combine with traditional Easter treats to create this hot-cross-bun milk tart. Your guests will be so impressed, the egg hunt will no longer be the highlight of the day!
We’re feeling that Easter eggcitement! Get the whole family involved in making these chocolate truffle eggs and enjoy them after a hearty festive lunch.
Broaden your festive horizons with this traditional sweet Greek Easter bread, perfect in time to treat the family for Sunday lunch!
These delicious dark chocolate and peanut butter tartlets are a testament to how much we loved peanut butter. And they make for some seriously sweet treats!
Whether you’re looking to discover a new treat or a way to spoil your guests, this Thai-style chilli and cashew nut brittle packs a punch and loads of flavour! MAKES 20 // COOKING TIME 25 min plus setting time INGREDIENTS 600 g caster sugar 250 ml water 125 ml honey ½ tsp salt 135 g unsalted cashews, most chopped, a… Read more →
These delicious bacon and cheese beer muffins are perfect snacks for guests to munch on at your next casual get-together! MAKES 12 // COOKING TIME 35 min INGREDIENTS 400 g flour 2 tsp baking powder 50 g sugar 2 tsp salt 100 g bacon bits, cooked 100 g mature cheddar, grated 4 spring onions, thinly sliced 200 ml stout 200 ml… Read more →
The kids will love making these homemade chocolate bars. They’re a great treat to have on hand when you’re craving something sweet.
Not only does this hearty South African classic pair perfectly with winter soups and stews, but you can enjoy it with some cheese and spreads at a summer family lunch!
A healthy breakfast treat that keeps you feeling full and energised throughout the day? Yes, please! These pear and pumpkin breakfast muffins are low GI and quick to bake, making them ideal for a morning snack or an afternoon pick-me-up.