Mocha amaretti

These Italian almond biscuits boast a mocha flavour that make them go down perfectly with a cup of coffee after dinner or as a side to a mousse or ice cream dessert.

Smartie cookies

These cookies are great for birthday parties. Covered in chocolate and with little smartie faces the kids will just love them, and they taste great, too!

Halloween witches’ hats

This Halloween, go a little crazy and make fun snacks for the trick or treaters in your neighbourhood. These witches’ hats are easy to make – and they’re full of surprises! Fill them up with your favourite little sweets and watch their faces when they discover what’s inside!

2 ingredient macaroons

These yummy macaroons are the perfect quick sweet treat that the kids will love helping to make. They're also super speedy to whip up if you have unexpected guests as they'll be done and dusted in 20 minutes!

Anzac biscuits

Crunchy and delicious, Anzac biscuits made with oats are a lower GI alternative to many packet biscuits and are cheap to make. Containing coconut, golden syrup and butter, these biscuits do not use egg as a binding agent.

Chocolate crispy biscuits

These biscuits may be the chocolate chip biscuits of your dreams. A little bit crunchy, a little bit chewy and sandwiched together with even more chocolate! A simple recipe that the kids can help with, these biscuits make a great addition to the biscuit barrel and will become a family favourite.

Yo-yo biscuits

These childhood favourites are melt-in-the-mouth delicious and so easy to make. Filled with a buttery icing, they're wonderful with a cup of tea or a glass of milk after a long day at school