Of all my childhood memories, this would have to be the sweetest. My Mum used to make this for me for my birthday parties and it was always a huge hit. Now, I enjoy making it for my kids. It also makes a great gift packaged up in some coloured paper with nice ribbon.
One of the things my mum used to make when I was little and now I make it for my kids (and me too) It is really quick and easy and tastes great. I am not sure but I think that what kiwis (new zealanders) call rice bubbles (it's a breakfast cereal), Americans call rice crispies. So I think this may be a variation of rice crispie squares. There is no marshmallow in it.
This is a fantastic salad recipe that I got off a family member. It is always a hit when she makes it and takes it to barbeques and I have made it three or four times and it is just as successful. The dressing is best made the day before if you can as it lets the flavours blend into one another and the taste improves. It stores in the fridge for ages.
From Jo Seagar.
If you like a smooth creamy luxurious fudge, not at all sugary or hard, and one that is easy to cut into portions without crumbling, then this is the one. Definitely not part of a daily diet. Make for special occasions only.
I adapted this recipe from Bev's recipe#35813 they are the most amazing biscuits and I wanted to see if they would taste just as good without the oats and raisins but with chocolate....they do :) Used 1 cup of M&M's and 1 cup of chocolate chips....but you may like to use something else.
This has been a firm favourite of mine since I was a little girl.
This recipe is from a New Zealander ( "kiwi" ) so the measurements are not standard US ones. 500 grams is roughly a pound. 1 cup is 250ml. Garlic, Salt and Pepper are to taste. I make the meatballs about the size of a walnut.
My nana gave my mum this recipe. And she gave it to me. She uses these biscuits as bribes at work :) They are good. I also use the dough to make "spice people" because my kids prefer them to gingerbread men :)