Guava sorbet

  • Post published:December 8, 2017

Need something fresh and fruity to keep you cool this weekend? You can make this guava sorbet super quick without any fancy equipment.

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Christmas tree biscuits

  • Post published:December 1, 2017

Oh, Christmas tree! Did you know that the Christmas tree is said to have originated in Germany in the 1500s? It was made popular in England by Queen Victoria’s German husband, Prince Albert, in the 1830s. From there, it spread to the states and eventually across the world. Use a skewer to poke a hole at the top of each Christmas tree biscuit before baking. Once cooked, thread ribbon through for edible decorations.

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Caramelised banana vetkoek

  • Post published:November 17, 2017

As South Africans, we love vetkoek. And we love to put grilled banana on everything. We bring you the best of both worlds this weekend. Indulge in our caramelised banana vetkoek for dessert. Or, you know, just because. 

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Crêpes Suzette

  • Post published:October 20, 2017

We still love this classic as a dessert option with flair! Anyone will be impressed and satisfied with a batch of crêpes Suzette, and you can have them on the table in under an hour.

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Melon ice cream

  • Post published:September 27, 2017

With tomorrow being the official first day of summer, make the most of the season’s bounty by whipping up this fruity melon ice cream, no churn required!

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