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    1 Reviews |  By katej76

    This is a fab recipe,easy and always comes out great.For something different crumble up the cake with your hands,make a cream cheese frosting with 500g cream cheese,1/2 cup room temp butter,31/2 - 4 cups icing sugar and 1 teaspoon vanilla.Mix well with cake crumbs and shape into balls.Delish!!Add some bourbon if you want a grownup version.Be careful if you double this recipe,it will require 2 large bowls and 2 large baking tins!!Servings are approx.

    Recipe #311510

    2 Reviews |  By katej76

    I got this from the Sunday times magazine,I modified it slightly.Easy to make and my kids gobbled it up,was a hit with my darts team as well

    Recipe #300118

    1 Reviews |  By katej76

    A one bowl,quick to make and tasty cake.Best buttercake recipe I've tried.I got this from Super Food Idea magazine.

    Recipe #297240

    1 Reviews |  By katej76

    This will kick you taste buds in the butt! Very tangy and yum. I use a melon baller to scoop it out of the container and put it in very small bowls as you don't need much. If you have a thing for sour then you'll love this. You can try other citrus fruits instead of lemons.

    Recipe #242367

    2 Reviews |  By katej76

    Easiest and yummiest custard slice you'll ever make! One of my friends is addicted to it and I have to bring it to every Girl's Night we have or else! My dad says it's the best he's ever tasted. You can try adding cocoa powder to make a choc custard. I haven't tried that yet.

    Recipe #242364

    I got this from Super Food Ideas magazine. Easy and quick to make--a great addition to any meal! The amount of potatoes is approximate. You can have as few or many as you like.

    Recipe #237905

    1 Reviews |  By katej76

    Yummo!! Times are approximate--so is yield depending on how big you want the pieces! I got this recipe from a cookbook my sister-in-law has. Update-Do be careful when baking as these need a bit of TLC or they will turn out a bit hard.The brownies should be soft when done as they will harden a bit when cool.I should have mentioned it before,sorry :0

    Recipe #231670

    These are quick and easy to make. They got the thumbs up from my hubby and kids. I'm not sure if you can get Milo outside of Oz, but if you can't it's a powdered malt drink. Enjoy! Times and yield are an approximate.

    Recipe #231669

    I went to make a choc slice but didn't have some of the ingredients from a recipe I found so I changed it about and this is what I came up with. My son named it. I dare you to stop at 1 piece!!

    Recipe #216766

    My husband LOVES these. He demolishes one in 2 bites! I put a couple of cheese ones in a food processor to mush up for my baby--he loves them too. The ingredients are an approximate. You can add as few or as much as needed. Cooking and prep time is approximate as well. These can be made in the morning or night before and put in fridge until needed.

    Recipe #215856

    If you are on a diet than skip this! Very chocolaty, very yummy and very evil! I got this recipe from Super Food Ideas magazine. The original called for 300g dark chocolate, but I found this was too much--way too rich. I hope you enjoy it!

    Recipe #199541

    1 Reviews |  By katej76

    This is my oldest sons fav recipe. He is a bit fussy and eats this up. I got the recipe originally from Super Food Ideas magazine. It was originally a cheese and spinach souffle, but mine go a bit flat so it's a pie instead! I have added more cheese and use nutmeg instead of the original paprika. Note:sorry for not adding what cheese I use,was in a hurry when I posted this recipe!I use cheddar but any would be fine.I have also gotten a new oven so the 30 minutes sounds about right.It was hard to put a cooking time before as the oven I had didn't close properly .I'm glad the reviewer liked it,thanks for the gd review :)

    Recipe #193649


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