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Eton Mess Dessert – 5 Minute Pavlova Recipe

Yummy, scrummy, and oh-so-delicious, this 5 Minute Eton Mess Dessert literally melts in your mouth – just like pavlova! This quick version features crumbly meringue, sweet whipped cream, fresh fruit and Table of Plenty’s Nourish & Go all wrapped up in one ridiculously easy dessert recipe.

Eton Mess Dessert Recipe 5 Minute Pavlova - Whipped in minutes, this quick and easy dessert is sure to please your guests. Sweet thick cream, strawberries, mint, kiwi and meringue make the best combo. | wandercooks.com

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Do you often find yourself craving something a sweet little bite after dinner, but don’t feel like going to the hassle of making or baking something?

Well, today’s little Eton Mess Dessert recipe is the answer!

Today we’re sharing a few little tips and tricks to make your very own quick and easy Eton Mess at home.

But remember guys, with great power comes great responsibility. 😉

(Good luck resisting this one when that next sugar craving hits!)

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Basic Apple Crumble Recipe with Muesli

This Basic Apple Crumble Recipe with soft baked apples and cinnamon topped with a crunchy biscuity crumble will warm you up from the inside out. This nourishing English dessert (also known as Apple Crisp) is so deliciously easy to prepare, especially with the help of Table of Plenty’s new Pink Lady Apple & Almond Muesli.

Basic Apple Crumble Recipe with Muesli - A crispy golden top laid over delectably sweet, soft apple. Top with cream or ice-cream for a wickedly good dessert. | wandercooks.com

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When Sarah first handed me this freshly baked Apple Crumble to hold, still warm and toasty from the oven, I distinctly remember my two first thoughts:

(Sniiiff)

“Oh my… It smells like a cookie. Like a giant crumbly cookie.”

Followed by:

“I could probably eat this for breakfast.”

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Peanut Hoisin Sauce for Rice Paper Rolls

We’ve found the perfect peanut hoisin sauce for rice paper rolls, and it’s ready in less than 5 minutes! This dipping sauce is packed with crunchy crushed peanut and the perfect sweet and salty flavour. So grab your cold rolls, summer rolls or homemade rice paper rolls and let’s get dipping!

Peanut Hoisin Sauce for Rice Paper Rolls | This dipping sauce is packed with crunchy crushed peanut and the perfect sweet and salty flavour. So what are you waiting for? Grab your cold rolls, summer rolls or homemade rice paper rolls and let's get dipping!

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We’re feeling lucky and grateful today. The sun is shining, the weather is warm, and it’s making us think about all the cooling salads and refreshing green things we can make to eat.

So it seems like the perfect time to share one of our all-time favourite super simple recipes for this quick and easy peanut hoisin sauce that is so-damn-good for dipping fresh rice paper rolls (or cold rolls, or summer rolls, or whichever name you know them by!).

Because we’d never judge if you want to enjoy these kinds of healthy things with an extra dab of flavour or two…

… especially if it’s in the form of this peanut hoisin sauce. 😉

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Matcha Hot Cross Buns Recipe

This Matcha Hot Cross Buns Recipe fuses traditional Japanese flavours with the classic European Easter treat. With matcha green tea, sweet red beans and plenty of mixed spice, they’re the perfect sweet treat for breakfast or an afternoon snack.

Matcha Hot Cross Buns Recipe - Easter is here, so why not try Japanese style Hot Cross Buns? Fluffy, slightly sweet with a touch of spice and azuki beans. | wandercooks.com

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We’re on a pre-Easter high after sending out last week’s Koulourakia recipe – seems like you guys really enjoyed the chance to get creative with your baking!

We were chatting to our friend Joy over at Homestead Lovers earlier this week and told her all about our little experiments with sumac spice, which we used for a little citrus burst in our Koulourakia.

Joy was telling us all about the dehydrated citrus powders she’s created, and it got us thinking about how we could each mix our favourite flavours through old-fashioned/traditional Easter recipes.

One thing let to another, and we decided to hold our own little pre- Easter Challenge!

Below we’re sharing the results of our latest baking experiment for this moreish little Matcha Hot Cross Buns recipe, but don’t forget to check out Joy’s recipe for Hot ‘Pleased’ Buns recipe, which features zingy citrus powder and MACE. ❤️

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Koulourakia Recipe – Greek Cookies for Easter

Koulourakia Greek Easter Cookies are light and crumbly like shortbread but not too sweet. They’re perfect with a hot cup of coffee or tea! This Koulourakia recipe is quick and easy to make, with flavours of sweet vanilla, sumac and citrus zest.

Koulourakia Recipe - The butter based Greek cookies are Easter winners in our household. Their slightly crispy, and cake-like in the center with a lemon and sumac twist. | wandercooks.com

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Easter may still a few weeks away, but you wouldn’t know it judging by the supermarket shelves. They’ve been packed with hot cross buns for weeks, so no wonder it feels like time flies by so quickly.

The busier we get, the faster time flies, which is why we think holidays like Easter are so important.

They’re a chance to slow down and relax. To spend time with those important people in our lives and eat some delicious food along the way! 😀

Like most holidays in Australia, Easter tends to revolve around food. But at this time of year, we find ourselves craving a sweet treat or two like these adorable Koulourakia – Greek Easter Cookies.

Light and crumbly, ever-so-slightly sweet and with a refreshing citrus burst, you’ll be munching on Greek cookies in no time with this easy Koulourakia recipe.

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