Lolly Cake - Ang Sarap
Lolly cake or lolly log is a New Zealand type of no bake cake which contains "lollies" (sweets / candies) as its main ingredient. These lollies used are Eskimo Lollies or Fruit Puffs which basically are firm and chewy marshmallows.
Rita's Scottish Tablet
I score the tablet and then break of the squares to give a smooth top half and natural bottom half to the pieces When I was little I have fond memories of my Mum making tablet. Ooooh scraping the pan when the tray was setting! Now for anyone who has not heard of tablet, it has nothing to do with anything a chemist might sell or dispense. It’s a sort of hard-ish fudge, totally addictive. I have heard and seen it sold at cake stalls as Swiss Milk Tablet as well just tablet, I can only think…
Salted caramel fudge: russian fudge's creamy cousin
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Cooking with Kids: Afghan Cookies
Deliciously crunchy Afghan cookies are a rich chocolate cookie coated in satiny set icing and topped with a walnut half. A New Zealand classic favourite biscuit.
Caramel Crumb Bars
In New Zealand, these shortbread bars are actually baked throughout the year, but the sheer extravagance of their double-layered topping — rich caramel and a crumbly butter streusel — makes them a perfect holiday treat.
Top 10 Best New Zealand Recipes
New Zealand’s cuisine, which features a vibrant rural economy, primarily includes the use of seasonal goods from both the land and the sea. It is closely connected to Australia, its…
Elsie's Fingers (Sugar-Rolled Biscuits)
A long lost recipe from New Zealand that seems to have disappeared over the years, along with my ability to do cartwheels. Elsie's Fingers were a stalwart of my youth.
oats Archives - Cook Republic
Anzac cookies are chewy traditional biscuits baked with oats, coconut and golden syrup which were first created to send to Australia and New Zealand soldiers during World War I. This version is naturally nut-free and vegetarian, perfect for the lunchbox or a mid morning sweet treat. But you can add peanuts if you like
Belgium Biscuits | dish
The Great New Zealand Baking Book is a treasure trove of sweet and savoury recipes you'll keep coming back to. Flicking through it's pages, these nostalgia-inducing Belgian Biscuits by Robyn Martin were too lovely to pass by.