Four Ingredient “Honey Joys” …

Four Ingredient Honey Joys

  Honey Joys are a sweet little snack that can be whipped up in next to no time.  It’s one of those "retro" recipes that’s been around forever but shows up every now and then.  They only need four common ingredients that will be found in most pantries and fridges and are perfect for a morning tea treat for school or ideal for a small child’s birthday party.  Enjoy!   Four Ingredient “Honey Joys” …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... 3 ¾ cups Corn Flakes ¼ cup butter ⅓ cup sugar 1 ½ tablespoons honey Method ... Preheat oven to 150C … read more

Halloween Bark … a fun, spooky treat!


  If you’re searching for a simple, fun, no-bake recipe for Halloween, look no further, because Halloween Bark is as quick and simple as it gets.  Simply melt some chocolate either in a bowl over some boiling water, in a double boiler or in the microwave, spread it on some baking paper on a tray and then add some lollies or other sweet treats.  And that truly is the beauty of making something like this … you can add whatever you like! For my Halloween Bark I added orange, green and yellow M & M’s, Chicos, Kit Kat Bars, Chocolate Bullets, small Fruity Jubes but … read more

Festive White Chocolate Rocky Road …

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  Many years ago, hubby employed a lady in the Accounts Department who, apart from being a wizz with numbers, was also quite at home in the kitchen. Knowing that we had three little angels at home with a weakness for chocolate (not to mention yours truly) the lady in question would regularly send home delicious batches of Rocky Road. To say we were all in heaven as we devoured it was an understatement but my girls were devastated to learn one day, that this lady had resigned. Not too concerned about her career prospects, their biggest issue was what would happen to … read more

Chocolate Brownies …

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  Chocolate Brownies are a delicious, decadent treat.  This is a fairly simple recipe that will create a gooey Chocolate Brownie that’s just perfect … so if you’ve struggled to find the perfect Brownie recipe … look no further!  Eat on it’s own or serve it with some raspberries and ice cream for a dessert that’s sure to impress.       Chocolate Brownies …   Print Author: Mrs Organised Ingredients ... ⅔ cup plain flour ½ cup cocoa ¼ teaspoon baking powder ½ cup melted butter 100g good quality dark chocolate (I used Plaistowe by Nestle) … read more

Easy, Peasy Pikelets …

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  Light, delicious, thick, fluffy pikelets … these certainly bring back memories from my childhood. Mum would usually make the pikelet batter before picking us up from school and then turn on the frypan to cook them as soon as we got home.   I very occasionally also make up a pikelet batter before I go to bed, cover it, refrigerate overnight and then serve it for breakfast with loads of fruit … it’s a nice weekend treat.   Raspberry jam and a little whipped cream are the perfect companion for pikelets but I try mostly to serve them with some lovely fresh berries … read more

Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Nests …

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This is a super easy recipe to create a yummy Easter treat for the kids and it only needs 3 ingredients and a bag a small Easter Eggs. In fact, it’s so easy, even the kids could do it! I love little recipes like this that look fantastic but require minimum effort … because we’re all so busy and no-one wants to spend hours in the kitchen!   So, hop to it and whip up a batch for your Easter celebrations next weekend. Just a word of caution, this recipe does contain nuts so do be mindful of anyone who may have an allergy. Enjoy!     Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter … read more

Rum Balls … the Ideal Gift for Teachers …

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  October is on it’s way to being over and before we know it, the kids will be on holidays once again … time certainly flies! So today I thought I’d share my Rum Ball recipe because I often whip up a couple of batches and the kids present them to their teachers at the end of the term, just a little gift to say thank you for a great year. What I usually do is buy a stack of Christmas mugs, bowls and dishes at the Boxing Day sales where you’ll pay as little as 50 cents for these things. Plain coloured cups like the green melamine cup in the photo from the Coles … read more

Chocolate Sparkle Balls …

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  If you’re looking for some party food ideas for your child’s next birthday or special celebration, these Chocolate Sparkle Balls are perfect and so easy to make!  For a serving suggestion, I found these cute little Mini Patty Pan Wrappers at Coles.  I love that these balls can be made the day before meaning you have less to do on the day!  I rolled some of the balls in 100’s & 1000’s and some in Choclettes but desiccated coconut works well too.     Chocolate Sparkle Balls …   Print Prep time 15 mins Total time 15 mins   … read more