Just look at it! Fantastic. You know you are going to love our Sweet and Salty Eton Mess dessert. Make it today to make today special.
Makes: 10 x 300ml dessert glasses
Prep and cooking time: 15 minutes
Sweet treats don’t come much simpler or sweeter than our Marshmallow and Caramel cups. Easy to make and easier to love!
Who doesn’t need super greens every now and then? Ok, more now, and less then! Add extra tang with a squeeze of fresh lime over each serving!
Flat noodles wind through thick sauce, crisp greens and garlic galore - it's no wonder Pad See Ew is a favourite Thai street food. Add in some prawns and you have one of the simplest, yet most tasty stir-fry’s around!
Kids of all ages love eating off a stick, and these marinated chicken skewers are a hit. Simple to make, eat and clean up. A winner all round.
Making a great accompaniment to our Christmas Ham with Hoisin Sauce, Orange and Ginger Glaze this Edamame enriched noodle salad can stand in its own and levels up when entertaining!
Pork and pineapple are one of those pairings that screams fun. Add in some capsicum, slide into a skewer and your taste buds have a guaranteed good time!
Serves: 3 – 4
Halloween treats just aren’t complete without these super cute and incredibly easy to make little Witches Broomsticks. Hop aboard!
Who doesn’t want a Noodle Hair Monster Pop? With a gluten-free option, these delectable delights, both look and taste great.
A simple, scary, spin on an old favourite. Monster Party Bark may be the simplest recipe here. Melt chocolate cover it in personality, and eat!
Almost healthy? Well, our Hairy Scary Banana Ghosts do contain bananas and lots of fun and fright potential, so yeah, we think that’s a healthy approach to Halloween!
This salad has an interesting Asian flavour combined with the crunch of Fried noodles and nuts. To turn this into a delicious meal add 300g shredded BBQ Chicken or BBQ Pork.
Prep and cooking time: 25 minutes
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