Homemade Tim Tams

Who knew cutting out refined sugars was THIS delicious! With a sweet chocolate filling sandwiched between two crunchy chocolate biscuits and then coated in even MORE chocolate, this one just screams “EAT ME”.

Easter egg biscuits

Easter is a great time to hit the kitchen with the kids and get baking. They'll love helping you make this easy biscuits in the shape of Easter eggs - and after they're out of the oven, they can go crazy decorating. Fun!

Jelly crystal biscuits

These colourful jelly biscuits take on a delicate flavour from jelly crystals while keeping their shortbread texture. Pick your favourite colours and flavours and get the kids to help you roll these.You can also use this mixture as play dough and then bake them later.

Greek easter biscuits

These biscuits are traditionally made each Easter and are a delicious alternative to the chocolate-and-hot-cross-bun combo you may usually eat! A short pastry dough, you can shape it into traditional shapes or make up your own

Easy biscuit pops

These easy biscuit pops are a cute party treat and would be fantastic to take to school on your child's birthday. They are really easy to make and perfect for the non-baker.

Spelt choc-chip cookies

These delicious choc-chip cookies have half the sugar and refined flour of the regular ones, and are packed with wholesome spelt flour and coconut. The kids won’t notice the difference, so whip up a batch on Sunday for a week of easy lunch box fillers.

Rock cakes

Rock cakes are great for the lunch box or with a cup of coffee who can say no. I don't use mixed peed but find glace cherries are a real hit