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!
This Nici Wickes blue cheese loaf is like a giant muffin, all fluffy and cheesy and studded with pieces of sweet pear. It's so easy to pull together - making it a fantastic recipe to have up your sleeve for any unexpected guests.
Don't be caught with hungry children and a bare pantry these school holidays - this collection of healthy (and kid-approved) recipes will ensure you always have a steady supply of snacks close at hand!
There's a hidden surprise in this banana bread... it's made with a delicious lemony cream cheese filling! Impress your friends and family with this recipe at your next morning tea gathering - it's deceptively simple to make.
Find out just how well avocado pairs with sweet flavours by whipping up a batch of these gorgeous avocado and lemon muffins. Topped with a delightful lemon frosting, these little treats are just perfect for lunch boxes.
This dessert combines lots of superfoods into one gloriously delicious slice! With nuts, coconut sugar, coconut oil, plant-based milk and dark chocolate, this slice is beautifully sweet while also being surprisingly light.
Nici Wickes’ choco-oat slice makes a great snack that’s a good one to get the kids or grandkids involved with making - it’s that easy and there’s barely any washing up! Best of all, it's free of both gluten and dairy!
A gorgeous mix between a slice and a sandwich, this sweet treat combines golden and crispy homemade pastry with a bubbling and jammy berry filling. It's perfect eaten cold for morning or afternoon tea!
These crispy, high-protein bars are also deliciously good for you. Packed with seeds, nuts and protein powder, they will give you such a kick of energy. Drizzle with dark chocolate for extra sweetness!
Create zingy baking that everyone can enjoy with these gluten-free citrus recipes. Using everything from trusty lemon to tangy grapefruit, these cakes, slices and biscuits are perfect for a light afternoon tea or dessert.
Ease into your day with a slice of our gorgeous chocolate banana bread. This loaf is best eaten the day it's made, although it is also delicious toasted in the toaster then spread with butter and dotted with honeycomb.
After mastering the classic scone – and our favourite lemonade scone – try some of these creative combinations at your next afternoon tea. Here, we bring you sweet, buttery treats and rich savoury scones.