As far as the feijoa season in New Zealand goes, when it rains, it pours. If you're lucky enough to have a feijoa tree in your backyard, you need to get creative to keep up with the supply. These gorgeous recipes are a good place to start!
These scrumptious scones put leftover pumpkin to excellent use. They're light and fluffy, and the sprinkle of Parmesan on the top adds so much flavour. Enjoy fresh out of the oven, slathered in butter, with a cup of tea.
Grated apples and chopped plums make this bran loaf extremely moreish. It is perfect as a sweet bite for morning tea, so put a batch in the oven in the morning and enjoy freshly baked with a cup of tea.
The nutty hemp seed may be small but it’s mighty nutritional. Enjoy it in these tasty cranberry muesli bars for a snack that's packed with goodness - you'll never feel guilty for indulging in one of these guys when you're on the go!
Indulge your inner chocoholic with this divine slice. With a silky layer of medjool date caramel and a crunchy dark chocolate and peanut topping, this vegan slice is bound to stake a claim as your favourite sweet treat.
For something a bit different this Christmas, gift a jar of prettily stacked brownie mix, which your recipient can transform into baked deliciousness with ease! All you need to do is stack the dry ingredients, write a note and voilà!
Give the gift of love and deliciousness this Christmas with these thoughtful edible present ideas. From Christmas cake brownie pops to a gorgeous chilli-infused oil, these ideas will show your friends and family how much you really care.
Try something new with your Christmas fruit mince this year with Nici Wickes’ Christmas shortcake. A sweet, crumbly crust is filled with her mum’s ever-reliable mincemeat recipe, and makes a gorgeous gift for friends and family.
This loaf is perfect for anyone craving a spot of weekend baking, as it does equally well both as a breakfast option (toasted and slathered in butter) or a sweet snack beside a cuppa. Plus, it's free of both gluten and dairy!
Fight the after-school munchies with these deliciously fun snacks! With a mixture of sweet and savoury, nutritious and naughty, you'll always be able to find the right recipe for the occasion with these ideas up your sleeve.
This pull-apart pastry pie is a fantastic dish to whip up for your next gathering. It looks and tastes incredible, but it really is extra simple to make. The spinach and sausage filling is bound to be a crowd-pleaser!
These are the only scones to make if you’re after a recipe that’s super-charged with cheese. The recipe comes from Nici Wickes’ mum’s local café, but they’ve adjusted the recipe by adding chives for extra zing!