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    No need to wait for winter to enjoy a crumble, this one can be enjoyed all year round due to the light and refreshing flavour of the pineapple. Plus, this one also has an amazingly crunchy topping which just adds to the texture…mmmm more please?

    Recipe #429251

    5 Reviews |  By Tisme

    If you are looking for something quick and easy this recipe is for you. A great way to use up any leftover chicken. Great for a picnic or quick lunch time snack. I sometimes add a few other vegetables when I have them left over.

    Recipe #230774

    2 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I am often looking for recipes to use over the tomato season and found this in a paper. I have not made it yet and am posting here to try next season. Sliced fennel can also be added with the tomatoes and onions, and Parmesan to the breadcrumb topping. Make sure breadcrumbs are coarse. Recipe state day old sour dough bread makes great crumble topping.

    Recipe #302144

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    Another vegemite recipe find, when looking for a way to use up the cherry tomatoes I had. Oh so yummy, but you have to like Vegemite to really enjoy this recipe, but if you love it as much as my family does, then this is a must try recipe.

    Recipe #277380

    11 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I was looking for something a little different for lunch box snacks and came across this recipe in a magazine a few years ago. They can be served hot or cold and keep for up to 3 days in the fridge. DD loves to take these to school or as a snack to microwave at dancing. Sometime's I pop a cherry tomato in, or chopped spring onions or cheese on top which is also nice. The options are endless!!! Another idea a friend had, was to use minature muffin pans and she made these for appetiser's at her party !!!

    Recipe #230784

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    A light and delicious dessert which I found in a magazine, but have changed to suit the family. I make it with dark chocolate, but it can be made with milk chocolate as well. Also if using dark chocolate it does not matter if you use white and pink marshmallows together.

    Recipe #216332

    10 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I used to make this for the kids, when we went on picnic, as it just as nice hot or cold. I sometimes have used bacon chicken or ham instead of the tuna. But whatever you use this reccipe is so easy

    Recipe #207081

    6 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I found this recipe years ago. Anyone who grows zucchin will know -- you are always looking for something different !!! If you like zucchini slice, heres another for you to try!! A great side dish.

    Recipe #233849

    4 Reviews |  By Tisme

    This recipe came from Campbell's soup and even though its not the real thing its a great and easy recipe for a cold winters night. I serve with mashed potatoes and vegetables, but would be just as great served on its own.

    Recipe #303380

    I saw this recipe being cooked on the cook and chef programe. This is a wonderful egg and bacon pie, soft in the centre, not at all rubbery like egg and bacon pies can be. I made mine in one medium tin, but this recipe is for 2 smaller spring form tins, but next time I will use 2 tins. You will love this egg and bacon pie!

    Recipe #303425

    1 Reviews |  By Tisme

    I was looking for something a little different for an appetizer to serve at a party. These were a bit of a hit to Tuna and non Tuna lovers alike. I made mine in patty pans and got about 24, but the recipe says to use muffin pans. N.B. The recipe is for Tuna in springwater but I was unable to list springwater!

    Recipe #306871

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