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By Debbie Smith on December 26, 2004
"Almost too pretty a cookie to eat, but they taste so good! I actually won first prize for these cookies when I was a girlscout at age 13. Although I am unsure of the origin of the recipe, I thought it was too good to keep to myself. If you're creative and are up for a challenge, this is a perfect recipe for you. (requires a clean small paintbrush)..."
Prep Time: 1 hrs
Total Time: 1 hrs 10 mins
By twissis on April 27, 2008
"This recipe is being entered for ZWT II & my source is www.foodlovers.com. They acknowledged Helen Jackson & described her as "an Auckland-based foodie who teaches cooking classes, catering & designing recipes." (The yield & times were not specified, so have been estimated w/some fear & trepidation)"
Prep Time: 20 mins
Total Time: 40 mins
By loof on August 12, 2012
By threeovens on August 7, 2012
By Elmotoo on June 17, 2007
"A Kiwi recipe for our Zaar World Tour. Please understand that 'biscuit' in New Zealand = 'cookie' in the U.S. These biscuits are wholesome, simple to make and they pack and keep well. To keep them fresh for camping trips it pays to pack them in day lots and label accordingly.
Be warned: Tararua biscuits can be jaw breakers as..."
Ingredients: condensed milk, desiccated coconut...
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 30 mins
By Debbie R. on August 13, 2012
"This comes from "Jo Sealard's New Zealand Country Cooking.". I haven't made it yet. I think instant coffee powder must be something different from the instant coffee we use with hot water to make the beverage because she says nothing about heating up the milk first. US instant coffee granules wouldn't dissolve w/o heating..."
Prep Time: 15 mins
Total Time: 35 mins
By Debbie R. on September 3, 2012
"This is from "Jo Seagar's New Zealand Country Cookbook". The author says that it used to be cooked in a billy in a camp oven or coal range. She said it makes a nice dessert with fresh or poached fruit and ice cream or whipped cream. Also great with bacon, bananas and maple syrup for brunch or breakfast. I guess what makes this one..."
Prep Time: 10 mins
Total Time: 50 mins