These are the best scones I have made. They stay fresh for a long time too. I love that I dont have to rub butter with my fingers (YuK!!)
Recipe by: flojo
a biscuit base slice with layers of marshmallows, nuts and three types of chocolate - deliciously delectable and not for the weak!!!
Recipe by: tm
This is a great treat for all ages. Traditional jam drops with rice flour and cinnamon added. Use whatever jam you like.
Recipe by: oOoOLivOoOo
The first time I tasted baked ricotta cakes was when I was living near the Gourmet Platter store in Corrimal. Once a week they had tastings of new products and I fell in love with the texture and flavour of their ricotta cakes with ham and capers. The recipe isn't difficult and you'll be surprised how good it tastes. If you spend the time whipping the egg whites you'll find the texture similar to a souffle - llght and fluffy. As Philip said, "Just close your eyes and enjoy."
Recipe by: IllawarraFood
This is the classic sponge cake sometimes call the Victoria Sponge. You can decorate it or jazz it up any way you like, especially with fruit and whipped cream.
Recipe by: Caroline Victoria
Got some older bananas that need using up but want a change from the usual? This really really yummy recipe is one I modified from a plain banana cake and it is now so popular it gets requested all the time. Best of all it can be done with ease in a food processor (or using a bamix) so it's also really fast to make for a picnic or sudden guests!
Recipe by: Tambaloneus
This is a delicious way of using feijoa. It makes a lovely moist cake which can be served with icing for morning tea or dessert with a spoonfull of whipped cream and dusted with icing sugar
Recipe by: Marlz
It's chocolatey and nutty, moist and morish!
Recipe by: Sharn
Very easy to make, tangy but sweet muffins - plus the yoghurt makes them moist. The easy lemon glaze is just heated and poured on for a special finish.
Recipe by: kristen