Collect some catering for your party or event, or just to prepare yourself for the week.
All prices include GST.
Sesame Lavosh: $40 per batch (around 80 pieces)
Salty, delicious middle eastern crisp bread. Perfect to nibble on with a glass of something, or can be enjoyed with a dip too. Flavoured with Parmesan & Onion or Fennel for the Vegans. You can order half or a quarter of a batch if you like, but you would not regret ordering a whole batch!
Spiced Nuts: $40 (800 grams)
Canterbury nuts: Rosemary & Cayenne Pepper
Talking nuts: sweet & spice coated nuts
Sausage Rolls: $15 per dozen
Made with 50% vegetables, I can make these with or without sesame seeds (my kids don’t like seeds, I LOVE sesame seeds, you can choose!). Heat at 150 degrees for about 10 min or until they’re smelling delicious.
Mushroom Rolls: $15 per dozen
Vegan, yet completely delicious! I usually adorn these with black sesame seeds to differentiate them from sausage rolls at a party. Heat at 150 degrees for about 10 min or until they’re smelling delicious.
Tartlets: $24 per dozen
Serve these hot, warm or cold. Great with salad as a lunch item. Super tasty at a function. Choose from these fabulous flavours or request your own flavour combo! Heat at 150 degrees for about 8 min or until they’re smelling delicious.
- Zesty Mint & Pea Feta Tartlets
- Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese & Dill Tartlets
- Zucchini & Salami Tartlets
- Goats Cheese and Pumpkin
- Pesto and Cream Cheese
Triangles with a difference: $36per dozen
Not your average cheese and spinach numbers, although I could do those for you if you wish. I use homemade filo, which is incredibly tasty! Just brush them with melted butter before you cook them at 220 degrees for 10-15 mins until golden brown.
- Lamb, Haloumi & Pinenut with pomegranate molasses (I include the sauce for you to drizzle over before serving)
- Carrot, Caraway and Cheese
Scrolls: $60 per batch (12-30 scrolls)
I can cut a batch into anywhere from 12 to 30 scrolls, depending on the size you want. Great for brunch, picnics, morning or afternoon tea. Best eaten fresh on the day they’re made, they also freeze well so you can pop them in school lunch boxes too!
- Cinnamon (includes currants & sultanas)
- Jaffa (Chocolate and Orange)
- Ham & Cheese
- Ham, Cheese & Tomato
- Sundried Tomato and Cheese
- Pesto & Cheese
- Absurdly Nice Salted Caramel Slice GF
- Snicker G GF (Salted Caramel Slice with a layer of freshly roasted peanuts in the caramel)
- Ginger Crunch
- Raspberry & Lemon Krummeltorte
- Lemon Curd Shortbread
- Lime Slice
- SugarFree Brownie (Well, except for the sugar in the choc-chips)
Cut into 20 square or 32 rectangle pieces. Or uncut.
- Banana Bread
Ideal for school lunch boxes