YUMMMMM! is the only word that pops into my mind when I make this! Its quite easy to make, and great to do with the kids also! This Slice can also be made with other chocolate bars such as mars bars, cherry ripes, snickers, or even polly waffles. Hence the name teehee. Please note: chilling time is included in cooking time.
A very 'moresom' brownie. After you eat one, you'll keep going back for more even if your head is telling you that your feeling too sick!! But remember that the brownie will firm as it cools. Don't be tempted to cook any longer as it will loose its gooey texture.
I found this lovely recipe on one of my mother's recipe cards. We have made it many times, but have never been able to put it onto RecipeZaar as we usually just make it from our heads. We mix and match the vegetables, trying new variations and seasonings too. We also sometimes use a different sauce that we have made, which always turns out great!
A family favourite recipe that we cook here all the time. We do mix and match the vegetables with what we have left over in the fridge from the week. Great recipe for the whole family. And theirs usually some left for the next day...if you dont eat it all that is!
This is a fantastic recipe that I have been making for awhile. NOTE: For easy removal, place tin for 1 minute into baking dish containing 3cm of hot water, then invert tin onto serving dish. *cooking time includes freezing time*
I found this recipe on one of my mothers Woman's Weekly magazine recipe cards that she was sent about a million years ago! I only remember making this cheesecake once with my mother when I was really young and i also remember that I have been trying to find a cheesecake similar to it every since!! Hope you enjoy it! Cooking time includes chilling time.
This is a family recipe that we have used for years!!! An Aussie favourite too!! It is recommended that you bake the lamington cake the day before you cut or ice the cake, but I just wait until it has cooled for a few hours until it is completely cool.
Yummy and Easy recipe for a quick Sunday Lunch. Can be made with leftovers from the week that you have left in the fridge! On a Sunday arvo when your sitting on the couch watching a movie, its the perfect snack to whip up and chuck in the oven!
Fantastic and light muffin thats great for a snack for the kids, or for school lunches. I make these muffins nearly every weekend for the school the next day, but they are usually all gone! You can make these as muffins, or just mini cup-cakes for kid's parties or treats. I only use 1/2 cup of sugar in this recipe as my father is diabetic and I find that 3/4 of a cup is too sugary.
DM and I fought over who was going to post this recipe on here!! But of course I won!! I remember my mum making this during the day while I was at primary school. My brother, DD, and I loved this recipe and pleaded for DM to make it again and again!!
This is the exact recipe that my great gran used to make for the family meals together. Found this in mum's cook book and thought I'd share it with all. Mum's made this recipe a few dozen times and it is fantastic.