Ginger Kisses from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. The perfect ginger kiss was more spicy than your average store bought one, perfectly spongy, and lastly sandwiched together with a cream cheese filling scented with a hint of lemon.
Salted Almond and Orange Blossom Water Meringues from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. It seems to fitting to pair meringues with almonds and the flavour of orange blossom flowers; they all share the similarities of being pale and delicate. This meringue recipe produces the most incredible results and it will become one of your fail safe recipes if you need to whip something up as a quick, sweet treat.
Oaty Ginger Crunch from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. In this recipe the base of the slice is cooked to golden perfection before being drowned in that super delicious almost fudge like icing that only a ginger crunch lover knows.The recipe (and the tin size) can easily be halved, but it’s darn good so rest assured if you are a ginger lover, it won’t last.
Chocolate Banana Jam Brownie from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. The combo of banana and ridiculously rich, sticky chocolate is so good. Just like a perky nana only, well made of real food. Probably still not considered food for the health of the body but undeniably food for the health of the soul
Banana Bread from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. This bread is a favourite for both young and old, it’s delicious, hearty and healthy and is super easy to prepare with the aid of a food processor. A light toasting, a slather of butter and a drizzle of maple syrup are essential to make this beautiful loaf a real Sunday treat.
Banana, Almond Butter & Chocolate Gluten-Free Muffins from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. These muffins are good, honest food for both the body and soul. They are guaranteed to satisfy any sweet cravings that may plague you whilst simultaneously providing you with belly-filling healthy fats, protein, antioxidants, potassium and vitamin E.
Olive Oil & Honey Cake from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. It would seem there are two camps when it comes to olive oil cakes. Those who prefer to use a mild flavoured oil and let it lend the cake a beautiful moist texture without a strong flavour, and those who prefer to use a good extra virgin olive oil to lend the cake a distinct fruity flavour.
Pretzels from Our Kitchen at Fisher & Paykel. The buttered Pretzel is an all time classic. A ham filling goes well the lye flavour of the Pretzel. But the best way to truly enjoy them, is with a half litre jug of beer and Bavarian white sausages in a beer tent during October Fest.