This slice is dubbed ‘the ultimate slice’ in our family. The combination of perfectly gooey caramel and rich chocolate over a crunchy base makes it almost irresistible.
This incredibly tasty banana bread was made for me by a friend when I had my second baby. It was so good I felt naughty every time I had a piece. When I asked for the recipe and couldn’t believe how healthy it was. Enjoy!
This Red Velvet cake recipe ticks all the boxes. The cake crumb totally resembles red velvet and the combination of creamy vanilla cream cheese frosting and the distinct flavour of red velvet sponge is divine.
Everyone needs a good brownie in their repitiour. This one is simple to make, only uses one bowl, dense and chocolatey and it is easily adapted for afternoon tea or a decadent dessert.
A great Australian staple, great for lunch boxes, afternoon tea or anytime really. This recipe includes adaptations for a sugar (fructose-free) and traditional version of the Aussie fave.
This lemonade scone recipe has saved me many times. It’s super easy and is great to make with kids too.
Super easy basic slice. Perfect for kids parties or lunch boxes as a treat.
Affectionately known as ‘Father’s Day slice’ after I made this recipe with my class in the lead up to Father’s Day. It’s a slight twist on a faithful favourite and an easy recipe to make with kids.
A simple, old fashioned lemon coconut slice is always a winner. This zesty, no-bake slice keeps well in the fridge for a few days making it perfect for making ahead of time for a gathering.
Muffins are great for an easy lunchbox snack, brekky on the run, morning or afternoon tea, always really. This recipe is quick, easy and easy to adapt to include your favourite ingredients. Blueberry, choc chip, chocolate, banana, mixed berry…