The old kiwi classic in it’s most classic form. You’re not a kiwi cook until you’ve successfully created a classic pavlova. Check out some of our other more adventurous or… [Continue Reading]
Pikelets are perfect for breakfast, brunch or even an afternoon tea snack. This is the easiest recipe we’ve ever seen for pikelets – its only got two steps! The trick… [Continue Reading]
Ever since Keira Knightley showed up at the door with a banoffee pie as an olive branch in the film Love Actually, I’ve had a fascination with the flavour combination… [Continue Reading]
This must be one of the most highly requested recipes in NZ – when you need to make a caramel slice you can now look no further!
Carrot Cake is a kiwi favourite, but nothing is worse that a carrot cake which is dry or gluggy. The icing also makes a huge difference to the flavour of… [Continue Reading]
Instead of a crumble, use your rhubarb to make a pie! Quick prep time and not much baking required.
Chocolate, coconut and crunchiness, could there be a better combination? This chocolate coconut crunch with crushed Weetbix can be a truly kiwi classic by using Whitakers chocolate. Whatever you use,… [Continue Reading]
Looking for something to do with all those sultanas? This classic sultana loaf is a great way to get rid of them, and get some fibre into your diet. On… [Continue Reading]
Any kind of chocolate biscuit can be used with this recipe! Toffee pops are the classic, but there is always mint slice or any of your favourite biscuit flavours. Let… [Continue Reading]