Moist and tasty cookies made with wholemeal flour, rolled oats, apple, honey and cinnamon. Delicious!
Recipe by: ccsick
Black beans are a staple of many soups and stews in the Americas, however, if not available they are interchangeable with red kidney or pinto beans.
Recipe by: LAURENMU
Super simple custard tarts, very easy to make using frozen puff pastry. Don't be fooled by the simplicity of the recipe, these are addictive!
Recipe by: John J. Pacheco
Colourful and pretty biscuits ever popular with children. Any flavour fruit jam can be used.
Recipe by: Cassie
This classic is simply unbeatable. If you are planning to stock up your freezer, take the quiche out of the oven 5 minutes before the end of the baking time, allow to cool, cut into pieces and freeze in individual servings.
Recipe by: Lynn Lewis and Joachim Wahnschaffe
Although the original Quiche Lorraine did not include cheese, this is the version that became popular in the 1950s. A quiche is perfect for lunch or for a first course at dinner.
Recipe by: Lynn Cole
A slightly thinner version of vegemite scrolls with herbs and mustard. These snails make great finger food. Freezing the roll for 30 mins makes them easier to cut thin but is not essential.
Recipe by: SamanthasSupper
This version is the moist melt in your mouth kind ( = enjoy them while they last because you'll be fighting off the crowds with this family favourite! Store biscuits in an airtight container for up to 1 week. You can freeze them for up to 3 months.
Recipe by: oOoOLivOoOo
Peanut butter and jam are a classic! This recipe takes this American kids staple and turns it into a easy slice for everybody else. I got this recipe from an American girl I used to work with. I hope you like it as much as I do!
Recipe by: chimpchef
These are really quick and easy to make - no creaming the butter and sugar - but they taste great.
Recipe by: JoWiltshire