Perfect for a quick supper or a ready-to-go lunch.
Easy-peasy dishes that will give your Easter brunch that wow factor.
It’s quick, it’s easy and most of the ingredients are already in your store cupboard.
Served with homemade olive butter.
If you’re on the quest for tastiness and intensity, try your hand at making preserves at home.
This delicious dessert looks impressive, but is simple to make, which means it’s great for special occasions!
This mouthwatering treat is made using a milk alternative.
It’s not impossible to keep a chicken or two on your property – as long as you have enough space and choose the right chickens.
Follow these steps to make a decadent chocolate cake for Easter.
Ready to eat in half an hour. Beware the bite!
You can make an orange-flavoured cheesecake by leaving out the ground ginger and replacing it with 15ml grated orange zest.
Prepare the pineapple the day before and refrigerate. Bake the pudding in the morning and reheat it in the oven or microwave just before serving.
Fill up your biscuit jars with these diabetic friendly rusks.
Try this alternative wedding cake idea.
A delicious Portuguese treat everyone will enjoy.
Dust with icing sugar; drizzle with syrup; sprinkle with berries and enjoy.
Spoil yourself and your loved ones and make them this mouth-watering quiche.
Local is most definitely lekker when it comes to this rich and creamy dessert.
Set aside a morning to celebrate and cherish your family with a terrific brunch.
Everyone can make this dish – it’s fun and easy to prepare and great to munch on too!
This pickled fish will keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 6 months.
Impress your everyone with this delicious pudding.
Sprinkle with caramelised hazelnuts and drizzle with syrup.
Dust with icing sugar and garnish with extra granadilla pulp.
A deliciously moist and lemony wheat-free cake.
Make these charming little nests using the age-old art of papier-mâché. Decorate them with your own illustrations or with pretty paper.
Save a wedge for tomorrow’s lunchbox.
Leftover braaied wors is ideal for this recipe.
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