Have a go at baking this soft, sweet, sticky pastry paired with any mouth-watering berry you like.
Is there anything better than a warm apple crumble accompanied by a dollop of icecream?
Apple, lime and shortcake? What’s not to love! Sally takes you through this simply divine recipe step by step.
Topped with a drizzling of a lovely Tasmanian honey and maybe a dollop of yoghurt, they are a pretty healthy afternoon snack to tide hungry tummies over till dinner time.
Sally Wise likes her blackberry two ways: as a jelly to be spread on scones or fresh baked bread, and encased in crust.
Take your classic caramel slice, add walnuts and ginger and you’ve got a delectable new flavour.
These double chocolate-coated biscuits are a simply divine addition to any festive occasion.
These scones are moist, light and fluffy, and don’t even taste of coconut as you would think given some of the ingredients.
It’s hard to ignore the tantalizing aroma of hot cross buns being baked all over town, all across the country for that matter – that wonderful combination of yeast and spice on the breeze that leads us into local bakeries and cafes, supermarkets even.
No eggs? No worries. Here are a handful of recipes for vanilla, orange or lemon and chocolate egg-free cupcakes.
A type of brioche dough, baked with a stewed apple filling enclosed, covered with pink icing and topped with shards of dark chocolate.
Children love this dessert and it can be made quite nutritious if you use fruit juice and fold through fruit after beating the milk.
Try making these instead of fruit mince tarts. They are very easy to prepare and extremely delicious.
As the nights get chillier, it’s time to resurrect those lovely warming puddings, including Sally’s all-time favourite; golden syrup dumplings.
When mother nature gives you gooseberries, make a latticed tart!
These biscuits would make a great addition to a lunchbox or as a morning or afternoon tea treat.
Quench your thirst with a sweet sparkling lemonade from Sally’s own recipe book.
Try this home-made creamy vanilla ice cream recipe made from wonderful Tasmanian milk and cream – perfect.
Any kefir lovers out there? You’ll adore Sally’s muffin recipe, which showcases the unique kefir flavour beautifully.
This mandarin curd flan makes the perfect morning tea snack.
This old fashioned boiled fruit cake is bound to be a firm favourite with guests.
Get your citric fix with this orange-flavoured delight.
Got some tinned pineapple rings lurking in the fridge? Don’t let them go to waste.
Sally Wise takes you back to basics with a simple but versatile plain cake recipe.
This recipe will help you win the hearts and stomachs of the cake-skeptics in your life, like Sally did her husband, Robert.
Satisfy that sweet tooth with a delectable, rich raspberry and sour cherry dessert.
Raspberry “Ice Cream” with just three ingredients? You’ve got our attention Sally Wise!
If you’re lucky enough to have rhubarb on hand, consider this cheesecake recipe. The flavour and acidity of rhubarb complements the creamy cheese filling perfectly.
Sally never likes food to go to waste, so she found a new use for her leftover yoghurt. The result just happened to be a lunchbox hit.