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    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    An easy, quick and tasty meal for 1. At only 3.5 points this is a great dinner. I like to use a vegetable mix that has water chestnuts for the crunch. I usually serve this over steamed basmati rice. Taken from the WW Single Serves book. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #339319

    This dessert (or snack) is quick to make and only uses 3 ingredients. It's a great light way to end a meal. If using Weight Watchers ingredients it is only worth 1/2 a point! Try experimenting with different fruits and jelly and yogurt flavours. You will need 4 glass tumblers to serve. Cooking time is actually chilling time. From Australian Weight Watchers magazine Mar/Apr08.

    Recipe #334859

    This is a fresh tasting sandwich with a nice little kick from the wasabi. It's a great way to use up left-over turkey. The flavours will also work well with roast beef. From Lunchbox Bible. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #323137

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This is a spiced up version of roast chicken. Do make sure the chicken is totally dry otherwise you won't be able to rub in the butter properly.

    Recipe #321865

    These biscuits are a cookie version of the Aussie chocolate. Kids especially seems to love them. The recipe calls for you to use 3cm, 5cm & 6.5cm round cutters - the yield is based on using these cutters. Of course you could do them all the same size. From Australian Women's Weekly: Cookies book.

    Recipe #320885

    These are more of a special occasion treat than an everyday cookie. Also, these are probably more for older tastes than for kids. (A big hit with adults at a recent engagement party.) Don't be scared that it looks like a lot of work - they really aren't that bad! You will need a 5.5cm round cookie cutter. Australian measurements used. Taken from Australian Women's Weekly: Cookies.

    Recipe #320777

    A great vegetarian mid-week meal for one. Or, a nice side dish for 2. The quantities could be easily increased for more serves. From Australian Women's Weekly Detox.

    Recipe #314071

    2 Reviews |  By Mischka

    A good basic biscuit to go with a cup of tea. I love the texture the custard powder gives them. At only 1.5 points each they are a great treat. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #311570

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    When served warm this is a great fruit dessert for those cold winter nights. I serve it with good quality Greek yoghurt. Or, serve it chilled with icecream. Or with pancakes for breakfast. This is a favourite with my family. It can be varied infinitely too - so don't worry if you don't have all the ingredients. This comes from Stephanie Alexander's Cooks Companion. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #311569

    3 Reviews |  By Mischka

    Have fresh bread in under an hour. This is great buttered, still warm and served with home-made soup. Eat on day of making as these go stale quickly. My instructions are for 4 small loaves (1-2 people). You could easily make 6 or 8 smaller rolls. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #307157

    These are lovely soft cookies. I adapted a recipe to use wholemeal flour in an effort to fool myself that these are healthy.(Elle Cuisine Aust. Oct 2000). You may use normal self-raising flour if you prefer. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #306028

    Don't deprive yourself. You can easily fit this treat into a low fat, calorie controlled diet! It has a rich taste with only 2.4gm fat per serve. I found that I could just taste the prunes but that they gave the muffin a bit of complexity. Best eaten same day, as the top may become a bit sticky when stored. (I kept them and zapped in microwave for 10secs to refresh. mmm) from Aust. Women's Weekly Simply Lite Food.

    Recipe #299315

    We don't have a traditional Christmas pudding but have been enjoying this delicious dessert for about 10 years. So easy to make and so impressive. The hazelnuts make it special for me. You can serve with fresh fruit like cherries or berries but it is delicious by itself. Australian measurements used. Needs overnight freezing and can be made up to 1 week ahead.

    Recipe #267068

    5 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This is a Greek street food that is very popular in Australia. In each state you will find it called something different however South Australia seems to be the only one to use the term 'yiros'. It is a popular late-night feast after a big night 'on the grog'. The standard salad ingredients are lettuce, raw onion and tomato topped with a garlic (but not tzatziki) sauce. Tabbouli, cheese and chili sauce are also popular fillings as are chicken, beef and falafels. Which ever meat is used it is cooked by stacking thin slices of marinated meat on a vertical skewer which turns in front of a heat source. The meat is then carved vertically from the skewer so the meat is in very thin shards. This is my version. I have used tzatziki as I have yet to discover the secret of South Aussie garlic sauce! Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #261496

    2 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This is definitely a special occasion cake. It is heavy, rich and very chocolaty. Serve with whipped cream if desired! The decoration is impressive looking but is easy to do. Please don't get scared off by the number of ingredients or stages. It is really not has hard as it seems. I have not included cooling time in the time allowed. Australian measurements used. (Aust. Women's Weekly)

    Recipe #259835

    These are definitely not the version of Anzacs that the Australian Diggers received in their care packages! This is a lovely version with new, modern flavours. Try them - you won't stop at one. Australian measurements used. (Aust. Women's Weekly)

    Recipe #259792

    1 Reviews |  By Mischka

    This is not a rich or heavy cake. It is a simple cake that is great served with tea or coffee - either cold or warm, with cream if desired. Eat within 2 days. Australian measurements used. (Aust. Women's Weekly)

    Recipe #259789

    Serve these warm or cold, but do serve them freshly baked. (If you do want to eat them later zap in the microwave for about 10-15 seconds to refresh.) I like them just the way they are but you could spread with some low fat spread and honey or jam.

    Recipe #257174

    2 Reviews |  By Mischka

    Bored with the same ol', same ol' packed lunches? Me too. Here's a sandwich that's a little bit different. I mix up the filling the night before and take it to work in a container, then make the sandwich fresh. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #257014

    4 Reviews |  By Mischka

    It's great to make mayo from scratch but, if you don't have time, you can use a good quality whole-egg purchased one then just do step 3. This will keep in a refrigerator, well covered, for 2-3 days. Australian measurements used.

    Recipe #256771

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