Whether you are cooking for a crowd or looking for gorgeous home-made gift ideas, we’ve got the perfect recipe, using Te Atatu Toasted’s yummy healthy cereals made with only real ingredients.
New to our collection is this yummy trifle which is bound to be a hit with Christmas traditionalists and those who like a new take on an old classic. And since it’s made with Te Atatu Toasted [insert cereal here], you don’t even have to feel guilty eating the leftovers for breakfast.
Not everyone is a fan of sweets so whether you are putting together a cheeseboard to serve with port and dessert wine at the end of your meal or whipping up a food platter for drinks and nibbles, these savoury crackers will be a hit.
Cranberries seem to go hand-in-hand with Christmas. This slice was originally conceived as a great option to put in a lunchboxes or for a healthy snack. But it would also make a fantastic festive addition to a morning tea platter or could be brought out to give guests with their after-dinner tea or coffee.
It’s the time of year when we like to treat our friends and family (and ourselves) and this decadent cheesecake is perfect for just that. It uses Te Atatu Toasted Paleo Blend muesli in the base and the filling is creamy peach-flavoured deliciousness. Then it’s topped with passionfruit curd.
There’s something about ginger that always makes me think of Christmas. This slice is perfect to take as a plate to a festive function or as a thoughtful gift for a friend, a favourite teacher or someone else who makes life better all year round. To make this more festive you can use pistachios instead of almonds.
I don’t usually advocate chocolate for breakfast but I think you can ignore the usual rules during the silly season. Adding cranberries, nuts and dark chocolate to your favourite muesli creates something a little special for Christmas. You can pop it in a pretty jar and give it away or just treat yourself and your family.
Taking a plate is definitely a theme for this time of the year! If you are anything like me, that means you are always looking for Christmas kitchen inspiration and constantly worrying about the effect the festive season is having on your waistline. This recipe addresses both those challenges. Cheesecake is a popular dessert on any occasion and I’ve discovered a few tricks to make it lower in sugar and fat and still taste delicious.
This is another recipe that’s a great gift idea – or just have a few on hand in the busy pre-Christmas period to keep your energy levels up as you tick off your to-do list. These are absolutely delicious, easy to make and are low in sugar, grain-free and dairy-free. You can even make them vegan and nut-free if required.
This is another slice that makes a great gift. As well as being gluten free, it’s dairy-free, refined sugar-free and nut-free. It uses tahini paste, honey, and coconut oil to make a lovely caramelised syrup that gives the slice a delicious flavour and helps it set. You can add your favourite dried fruit and optional seeds for a bit more texture.