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    Snappy, crunchy, golden brown ginger cookies perfect for dunking. Easy, and very delicious. Because I use Aussie measurements I'll write in teaspoons to avoid international confusion : )))

    Recipe #433013

    In my search for the Arnott's NSW Gingernut biscuit recipe I came across this recipe from the internet. I like ginger - with grunt - so I double the amount written below. It's simple, and if baked thoroughly, is very, very snappy. The first batch I made, I pulled out too soon, and they were chewy, so I threw them back in til they were that rich goldy brown all over, and that made all the difference. Because many of you guys have different sized tablespoons to aussies, I will talk in teaspoons, okay? I used Golden Syrup but you could use molasses, like some other ginger snap recipes use. Small pieces of candied ginger would be a great addition but was not in the original recipe below.

    Recipe #432757

    Crunchy, sweet, snappy, perfect for dunking! The secret is to cook til they are golden all over, not just around the edges. Remember, our aussie tablespoon is 20g against the US 15g. You could try molasses instead of golden syrup if that's all you've got. I grease my trays because the lining paper here is bad, but if you have quality baking paper, it should be fine. Metric cups used.

    Recipe #432496

    The first seven ingredients make the spice mix which is enough for up to 3 curries. How much you use is up to you. A friend's son tried it and said "That was AWESOME", and she was amazed as he does not like curries. It seems kid-friendly, tasty enough to be interesting but tame enough to be easy eating. Feel free to up the spices, if that's your thing, but this is how I did it. This could be varied with the addition of some crumbled crispy bacon. We enjoyed this as a side to chicken sausages.

    Recipe #425899

    Given to me by my German friend Gabriele who is well known for her marvelous cooking. Pink Lady apples are sort of like Jonathons. She thinks green apples would be too tart. Simple and delicious. My first taste had me instantly wanting the recipe. Serve over rice.

    Recipe #423773

    Traditionally served with butter, meant to be eaten when freshly made. Does not keep well. BUT if you don't eat it straight from the oven I'd be surprised!

    Recipe #407701

    I got this recipe this morn from my friend Sharon Kool...hence, Kool Cookies ;-) Here in the tropics, cookies go soft quickly so the texture of this dense, chocolatey crunchy biscuit is just perfect for us, and taste is good too. Cook time can be extended by five mins if you prefer a super dense bikky. Very filling. I am storing this recipe for safekeeping, but do not yet know how many it makes. Recipe calls for unsalted butter yet adds salt later? Personally I'll use salted butter but no extra salt. It's the sort of cookie that will survive two days in a school bag with minimal damage, unless eaten first!

    Recipe #396973

    Found on Gourmet Traveller when seeking to replicate a recipe from a local cafe. I have not tried it yet but it sounds delicious. Let me know what you think! Note Salted black beans (fermented and salted soy beans) are available from Asian grocers. Serve with rice.

    Recipe #395576

    This was a crustless twist on Chrissy T's Recipe #218484. Very spinach!

    Recipe #391774

    This is my own twist on a Zaar fish recipe using mayo and crumbs. It's quick, easy, tasty and comforting without a sea of calories. My kids love it. To easily make the breadcrumbs I use an unsliced loaf I have frozen minus the crusts. I keep it in a ziplock in the freezer and grate as needed. The parmesan is just the bottled grated version.

    Recipe #391548

    Simple. Cheap. No artificial anything. And Delicious! A wonderful cheap treat for your family's drink bottles. I created this after being unable to find a kid-friendly blueberry cordial recipe. I used frozen berries but fresh would do, of course! Time shown does not include the overnight steeping time, which is optional but advised to get the max flavour.

    Recipe #354409

    Called Oat Surprise because it was surprisingly tasty considering no sugar and barely any milk. Quick, satisfying, and once your tastebuds adjust to no sugar, delicious. A great Low GI start to the day. Could be taken in a baggie to work for a healthy lunch. This is my original recipe but I have listed options below.

    Recipe #311134

    An economical, tasty, easy and versatile dish. I have made without avocado, and subbing bacon for ham, and it was delicious. From Family Circle's Delicious Quiches & Flans. To make it lower in saturated fats I use light cheese, light sour cream (or yoghurt/cornflour) and low fat milk. But here it is the way they wrote it.

    Recipe #301222

    Heffalumps? Heaven Lumps. Chewy, crispy, sweet balls of heaven. From the Family Circle Sweets & Chocolates book.

    Recipe #301216

    Quick, simple, delicious. I like to serve over seasoned basmati rice. My own recipe but I am sure it's so simple, others must have made it too. I like to use wing nibbles but anything chicken will do. Prep time is nil, cooking time 30 mins but can simmer til you are ready. An easy, tasty, low stress meal.

    Recipe #300500

    This was a weekend concoction using left over chicken when the budget didn't stretch to eating pizza out. Not a recipe as such, more an idea. It was an immediate hit at our place. I use a sandwich press to toast them. Great for a substantial breakfast on the run. Can use anything of course to fill, but this is what we like.

    Recipe #294123

    This recipe came off the web, another one of those I have collected over the years. It came from a site that dealt with children's allergies and behaviour problems linked to that. Haven't tried it myself, but I am sure it would be just what some challenged mother out there needs.

    Recipe #293599

    I cannot remember where I got this from, and most likely it contains our own family adjustments. Great with tomato, bbq or sweet and sour sauce. Can be made in bulk and frozen.

    Recipe #293406

    Inspired by #150747. A special thanks to my awesome friend Heidi of Hughendon Qld for the memories of making these enmasse for sale! I use Vanilla home-brand low-fat yoghurt. This was a recipe we commercially with success. It does not produce a high topped muffin, but is decadently rich and flavoursome. Read through to see alternative to berries. Made 72 large (Texas) muffins, (6 x 12 trays which was one batch for me) which freeze beautifully when individually wrapped. Awesome for a daily treat for lunches, and fatally attractive when warmed in microwave...

    Recipe #293314

    Great for school or work lunches, taco tubs are small frozen portions of taco mince surrounded by crisp dipping vegetables and chunks of cheese.

    Recipe #200135

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