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    Monday used to be baking day around here but now that I'm working, it doesn't happen like that anymore I miss baking day! I tried many of these recipes.
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    These are so moist and sweet! lots of banana flavor in it! Copied from www.midwestliving.com

    Recipe #120076

    These are not popovers and have nothing to do with bread. These are very quick snacks that you can whip up during commercial breaks when you are watching TV and you feel like something cheesy. Vary the taste with different types of cheeses.

    Recipe #49172

    3 Reviews |  By delnz99

    I found this recipe in a budgeting booklet years ago in New Zealand. These biscuits were lifesavers when the money was tight. They are cheap to make, easy to bake and delicious to eat and have become a family favourite. This is definitely a recipe I intend on passing on to my children. Hope you enjoy these biscuits.

    Recipe #152945

    This is an awesome recipe from my sister. I don't know where she got it, but it is absolutely scrumptious and a must-have for all of you gardeners out there :)

    Recipe #32880

    1055 Reviews |  By Bev

    You've made oatmeal-raisin cookies before, so why try these? Because they're moist, chewy and loaded with raisins - and they're better than any you've tried before! From Cuisine Magazine

    Recipe #35813

    This is my husband's favourite chocolate cake. It's a quick and easy one bowl mix. No electric mixer needed. The recipe originally came to me back in the late 1980's via the fax machine when I was working a little country newspaper. It was promotional material by White Wings. Best thing that ever came through on that fax machine. ;o)

    Recipe #269377

    No Christmas or New Year would be the same without these delightful buttery and crisp shortbread biscuits! Plus, they are extremely easy to make and have very few ingredients. They are not low in calories, but they make a delicious treat at special times of the year. This family recipe is a tried and true, and is based on the Be-Ro cookbook recipe.....a real cookery institution in the UK! Shortbread biscuits can be made in a variety of shapes, including being pressed in a decorative wooden Shortbread Mould; when they are made in a round and cut into triangles, they are called "Petticoat Tails" and are a traditional Scottish wedding biscuit. Whatever the shape you decide to use - I have given a few ideas in the recipe - the taste will remain the same.....meltingly light and buttery. These make ideal gifts, and as they are made with butter, they last for quite a while. Pack them up in an attractive box, tin or cellaphane bag and attach a tartan bow and a sprig of heather for a true Scottish feel to them! Happy Hogmanay!

    Recipe #264605

    3 Reviews |  By Jen T

    This one comes from my old handwritten recipe book which I have had since I was a teenager :) If you like the confectionery "Chocolate Coconut Roughs" then I hope you will like this. My slice tin size is 30cm long, 20cm wide and 2.5cm high.

    Recipe #189356

    Great lunchbox item. An Australian cup is 250ml.

    Recipe #243056

    In Australia we call cookies biscuits. This recipe is from Super Food Ideas and the recipe states that it makes 28 cookies. I actually got 48 cookies from the mix but I do make my cookies smaller as I have two small girls that like one for each hand ;) These make quite a sweet biscuit.

    Recipe #236405

    9 Reviews |  By delnz99

    I can't believe this isn't on here! This has got to be one of the easiest baking recipes I use on a regular basis. I am sure this is from a Taranaki cookbook. It's just delicious! I use chocolate icing.

    Recipe #158189

    These biscuits (cookies) are easy to make, taste delicious and keep well. They also look lovely with their centres of sparkling red jam. They're perfect for afternoon tea, after-school or picnics. Yes, they're a bit fiddly to make but believe me, they're worth the effort!

    Recipe #83113

    4 Reviews |  By Jen T

    One for the lunch boxes. My girls grew up with these.

    Recipe #128871

    These are delicous cupcakes.

    Recipe #154212

    13 Reviews |  By bert

    The kids will love this one! This recipe makes approximately 5 dozen cookies.

    Recipe #22527

    I really luv doughnuts!

    Recipe #97634

    I love these no bake Lemon Coconut Squares, as I love anything with lemon in it. They are really popular in Australia and you often get them at morning and afternoon teas.

    Recipe #54363

    4 Reviews |  By Jen T

    This is a shortcake base with a fluffy marshmallow topping that when set you cut into either squares or bars. I used to make this once a week when my girls were young so this recipe has been around in my handwritten cookbook for many years. I originally got it from a friend who even today still does a lot of 'home baking' as she lives in the country on a farm. Her tins are always full! Note:- My slice tin is 30cm long x 20cm wide x 2.5cm high.

    Recipe #128032

    I met Debbie when I was 11 years old and she knocked at our door and asked if I could come out to play. We're still friends nearly 40 years later! She brought this chocolate slice up for morning tea recently and we thought it was wonderful! We hope you'll love it too!

    Recipe #182800

    Very popular New Zealand recipe. Normal size of a slice tin is 35cm long x 20 cm wide x 4 cm deep.

    Recipe #140638

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