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  • Sticky date pudding with butterscotch sauce

    Nadia Lim's sticky date pudding is so irresistible it will have you licking the bowl! The dates create such a gorgeous texture and sweetness, and that butterscotch sauce is just pure heaven.

    Nadia|Apr 29, 2019

  • Feijoa and chocolate friands

    Feijoa and chocolate are great friends, and their respective flavours combine wonderfully in these soft, rich little cakes. Enjoy with a cup of tea for a gorgeous autumn treat.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Apr 29, 2019

  • Feijoa custard tart

    Try this easy tart, served with a gingernut crumb and lashings of whipped cream, the next time you need to impress with a dessert. It’s simply gorgeous.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Apr 29, 2019

  • Feijoa coconut lime cake

    This recipe is a little beauty. I’ve baked this as a birthday cake countless times and it’s always a winner. The feijoas pair so well with the coconut and lime, making a delightfully zingy and zesty treat.

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Apr 29, 2019

  • Maple walnut pull-apart

    Who doesn’t love a pull-apart loaf? Dig into this nutty treat, either warm from the oven or toasted, slathered in butter. It's the perfect sweet treat for an autumn morning or afternoon tea!

    New Zealand Woman's Weekly|Apr 14, 2019

  • Roast kūmara, green bean, corn and feta frittata

    This nourishing dish is perfect as a simple but delicious family dinner. Combining the sweetness of kūmara with the saltiness of feta, and served with homemade tomato relish, Nadia Lim's frittata is always a hit!

    Nadia|Apr 11, 2019

  • Fresh winter produce to make the season delicious

    Embrace the cold bite of winter thanks to the joys of the season's fresh new produce. Create magic in the kitchen with our scrumptious ideas for enjoying broccoli, pears and pumpkin.

    Food To Love|Apr 09, 2019

  • Blackberry and apple tea cake with blackberry cream

    In the late afternoon, there’s nothing nicer than a slice of this tea cake with lashings of blackberry cream, but it’s even more satisfying when you’ve foraged the berries yourself. If you can’t find wild berries, frozen ones will work just as well

    Your Home and Garden|Apr 01, 2019