Fairy bread is sliced white bread spread with butter and covered with small pieces of sugar confectionery often known as sprinkles, which stick to the spread. It's typically cut into squares or triangles. Fairy bread is commonly served at children's parties in New Zealand.
A lolly cake is a Kiwi cake which features "lollies" (sweets) in the ingredients. The traditional lollies used are Fruit Puffs, which are like firm, slightly chewy marshmallows. Chopped lollies are added to the base mixture consisting of crushed plain malt biscuits combined with melted butter and sweetened condensed milk. The mixture is usually pressed into a log shape and rolled in coconut, and then refrigerated until set and sliced.
Flat White introduces the Kiwi-style coffee. Auckland café DKD claims to have first invented the now famous blend. A flat white coffee is made with a strong shot of espresso served in a small cup with textured milk. The drink has less milk, and the milk is less frothy, than a traditional cappuccino or latte. Delicious!