28 October 2016

all-time favourite: frozen fruity treats

  • our favourite frozen fruity treats

    Who can resist an icy cold treat, especially when it’s packed with fruity goodness? Bursting with natural flavour, these refreshing iced delights are perfect for sunny days. Click on each pic for recipes. In association with Proud & Punch


  • Frozen yoghurt and raspberry slice

    This irresistible frozen slice is deliciously simple. The no-bake nutty base is topped with Proud & Punch frozen Greek-style yoghurt with raspberries, blueberries & strawberries and a sprinkle of freeze-dried raspberries.


  • Mango lime and coconut popsicles

    Made with fresh mango and ultra-hydrating coconut water, these tropical popsicles are the ultimate frosty treat to while away scorching afternoons.


  • Blood orange and mango frozen yoghurt

    Creamy scoops of frozen yoghurt are one of our favourite summer staples. When we don’t have time to make our own, we love this Proud & Punch blood orange and mango frozen Greek-style yoghurt, bursting with fruity swirls and tangy flavours.


  • Cheat's summer sorbet slice

    With vibrant luscious layers of mango, lychee and raspberry, this clever sorbet slice is what summer dreams are made of.


  • Fruit and vegie pops

    Treat your taste buds and get a bonus boost of goodness with these frosted pops! Packed with nutritious fruits and veg (including apples, pears, beetroot and more), they're the perfect feel-good refreshers.


  • Coconut lychee and raspberry popsicles

    You need just three simple ingredients to make these super-refreshing coconut, raspberry and lychee popsicles. Marvelous!


  • Watermelon and raspberry ice cream

    Beat the heat with this all-too-easy recipe for the creamiest, silkiest ice cream. Our clever cheat’s method means there’s no clunky ice-cream machine required, so you’ll have heavenly scoops in no time at all.


  • Apple cucumber and mint ice + pawpaw and lime ice

    A refreshingly icy granita bring a touch of subtle sweetness to sunny days, and these two super-simple recipes are packed with all-natural fruit flavours.

26 October 2016

all-time favourite: halloween treats

  • our favourite halloween ideas

    ​It's that time of year... when ghosts and goblins come out to play! And of course they'll need some treats that are fun, tasty and a little bit spooky! Here are our favourites for inspiration. Click the pics for the recipes.


  • cranky witch cupcake

    Who knew an ice-cream cone could look so sinister? With just a few simple additions, you can transform a cupcake into a witch with some serious attitude. Look out!


  • scary spider cupcakes

    Pipe two carefully-placed mounds of chocolate icing, add eight licorice legs and a few sprinkles and these seemingly innocent chocolate cupcakes will suddenly make your skin crawl!


  • wicked cookie sandwiches

    Put your pumpkin-carving skills to good use and create some wonderfully wicked faces for these jam cookies.


  • creepy chocolate spiders

    We know these huge hairy spiders are actually mini chocolate truffles in disguise. But don't tell your guests!


  • gingerbread skeletons

    No sugar-dusted cottage for this guy... he's the gingerbread of Spooksville! But he's super tasty and you can make him a few days in advance of your fright-night.


  • pumpkin meringues

    Don't like pumpkin? No problem. A few drops of food colouring and these sweet little meringues morph into Jack-o-lanterns!


  • vampire bats

    The kids will love making these little no-bake marshmallow bats, they are super simple and will literally fly off the plate!

21 October 2016

How to: spicy chicken satay skewers

​Whether you like them tongue-tingling spicy or satisfyingly mild, skewers of chicken satay are a firm favourite for the barbecue or grill – and now, they’re super easy to make!

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14 October 2016

quick fix: super green smoothies

Smoothies brimming with fresh fruits and vegetables, good-for-you ingredients and superfoods are our favourite way to give our bodies more nutrients and nourishment. Great to kickstart your metabolism in the morning or satisfy a 3pm energy slump, we’re sharing our secrets to help you create your own beautiful blends and get the perfect smoothie, every time.

‘I start every day with a large green smoothie that I make at home and then pour into a container that I can take in the car with me to work – I then sip on it all morning at my desk. My favourite blend is baby spinach, parsley, mint, coconut water and cucumber – no specific quantities of each, just whatever I have in the fridge.’ Donna Hay

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07 October 2016

ALL-TIME FAVOURITE: CHILDHOOD TREATS

  • Best-ever childhood favourites

    From delicate melting moments to our irresistible caramel slice or the prettiest coconut ice, this magical collection of sweet treats will have you feeling nostalgic in no time! Click the images for the recipe.


  • Choc-peppermint slice

    Sandwiched between a chocolate, coconut base and rich dark chocolate top is a burst of refreshing peppermint – all made in one tray. Too easy!


  • Jam drops

    These are an ideal baking project to try with the kids, task them with the job of making the little dent in the top and fill with jam, lemon curd or whatever you like!


  • Ginger honey jumbles

    The earthy warmth of ginger sets these sweet, soft pillows apart from the rest. Make them big or small and decorate at your whim, these honey flavoured favourites will have you coming back for more.


  • Caramel slice

    If you have a soft spot for a crumbly biscuit base, shimmering caramel centre and a perfect chocolate top - this caramel slice is very hard to beat!


  • Raspberry and vanilla coconut ice

    At every school fete, fair or carnival... there was always coconut ice. This pretty-as-a-picture version will transport you straight back. A perfect addition to your nostalgic repertoire!


  • Chewy chocolate chip cookie

    Crunchy and golden on the outside, delectably chewy in the centre and studded with molten chocolate chunks - these cookies are just too good!


  • Melting moments

    Who doesn't love a melting moment? The combination of melt-in-the-mouth biscuit and soft lemon filling is pure perfection. And the best bit? This recipe is super-easy!

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