Did you grow up on Wagon Wheels? What part was your favourite? The marshmallow layer, the chocolate coating or pulling the 2 halves apart and devouring them separately…?
Memories of the visit to the local milk bar after school come flooding back as we remake this Aussie icon. Another classic recipe made with wholesome ingredients, minus the additives and preservatives of the store-bought treat.
Only 7 ingredients and easy-peasy to make. Savour this one to make this school holidays with or without the kids.
"Chocolate & Zucchini?" We hear you say. Yes, and not only are these brownies super yummy and moist, but also a sneaky way to get those extra veggies in!
This brownie recipe is by Foodweb Education - an amazing initiative teaching school child how to grow, harvest and cook their own wholefoods through their garden based Ecological Literacy program.
We are proud to say we sponsor this program by providing them with a range of our organic butter and pantry products for their cooking classes.
Using our ingredients, this is a wholesome recipe to get the kids involved with and keep them busy for those wet day programs.
Chocolate Matcha Truffles - A match-a-made in heaven!
Who doesn’t love the rich, perfectly smooth and soft texture of a chocolate truffle? And when it’s made with our premium organic ingredients and our favourite matcha, Zen Wonders Matcha, you’ll be treating your taste buds and energising your body.
So simple to make but so enjoyable to eat! Sink your teeth into these today.
For more information on this amazing pure stone ground green tea that is Matcha, visit Zen Wonders Matcha.
Celebrating our 18th Birthday with this freshly baked lemon cheesecake, topped with just a few of the amazing offerings we've brought you over the years.
It's thick yet smooth and fluffy in texture. Infused with fresh lemon which gives this baked cheesecake the perfect balance of flavour!
A traditional cheesecake, with a not-so-traditional topping, each mouthful is a party!
Celebrate Chocolate Pudding Day with our quick and easy self-saucing recipe.
Enjoy it curled up on the couch on a cold and wintry day or impress your guests at a your next dinner party.
Don't you just love the simple science of a self-saucing pudding!
When it’s cold and gloomy outside, warm your insides and snuggle up the best way we know how - with a decadent & organic hot chocolate!
This simple and classic recipe gives you the flexibility to tailor your perfect hot chocolate so it’s as sweet and chocolatey as you desire.
For a dairy alternative why not try it with a nut or soy milk.
We all have a favourite classic chocolate bar from our childhood that can conjure up memories from the very taste and smell.
Now, we like to enjoy the flavours but with minimal – wholesome and sustainable ingredients.
Enjoy the classic combination of cherries, coconut and chocolate in this healthy and gluten-free take on the iconic Australian Cherry Ripe bar.
Spoil your mum this Mother’s Day with this decadent yet simple and classic chocolate layered cake.
This super easy, one bowl chocolate cake recipe was passed down from Grandfather to Granddaughter, and we love that Samantha @Wholesome Patisserie has shared this with us.
Made with fresh cream, drizzled with a rich caramel sauce and topped with chocolate ganache and macadamias, this sensational chocolatey cake will look like you slaved over it for hours. Shhh…. Your secret is safe with us!
This Anzac biscuit recipe is based on the traditional with a chocolate twist.
Not too sweet, with just the right amount of chewiness, these little bikkies will add an extra layer of yumminess with the surprise of choc drops in every mouthful.
You can tailor this recipe to your liking - use either dark or milk and add more or less choc drops depending on your taste for chocolatiness.
With minimal ingredients, these decadent little eggs are a healthy, fructose-free alternative to traditional solid chocolate eggs.
They’re easy to make and have a delicious “melt in your mouth” consistency. You can easily change up the flavours by trying out different mix-ins.
Recipe by Jody @ Nourish & Move.
Another simple and yummy, wholefood treat by Jody from Nourish & Move.
Inspired by the ever-popular bliss ball, these eggs are a perfect Easter treat for sharing with friends and family.
A delicious combination of almond butter, coconut and chocolate, it's easy to mix up a batch with limited time.
Want to make your own ethical and organic treats this Easter? Then this recipe is for you!
Super simple to make that the kids can get involved in too, the only hard part of this recipe is waiting for them to set before you can devour.
Simply made with melted choc drops, you can mix up the combination of rocky road and/or little gems as you please.
These Rocky Road and Little Gem Easter Eggs are a perfect homemade gift for someone special and will surprise and delight even the Easter Bunny him/herself!
Thanks to the ever clever and talented Sam from Wholesome Patisserie, it’s now possible to enjoy your favourite warm beverage even in the hottest of weather, with this decadent Frozen Hot Chocolate.
Imagine the rich chocolatey taste of a real hot chocolate, magically transformed into a refreshing, luxurious and icy taste sensation - Perfect for long, hot summer days!!
Made with our organic milk chocolate drops, cocoa powder and Rapadura sugar that adds a touch of caramel, this Frozen Hot Chocolate is pure indulgence!
This Australia Day, rather than serving store bought barbecue sauce, consider making a home-made sauce with ingredients found close to the source!
Made using our Organic Blackstrap Molasses, this wholesome organic barbecue sauce recipe is ideal for those hot summer barbecues.
Dancing with flavours of sweet, sour and spice, it will be perfect on a tasty steak, veggie burger or even better, added to your favourite wood-oven pizza.
This delicious sauce will entice all your guests – carnivores and vegetarians alike!
Made using the Mocha Almond Butter these cookies are a one-bowl, fuss free, gluten free and dairy free recipe.
With just the right hit of espresso, this pick-me-up afternoon tea snack will keep you going until dinner.
No need for a gentle hand, as no perfect little rounds are necessary here, the more rustic the better to complement their crunchy and chunky texture.
Almonds, coffee and chocolate – the 3 perfect ingredients to get kick-start your morning.
Spread this deliciously decadent combination on your toast, dollop it on your breakfast bowl or even spread it on slices of apple at morning tea break.
Crunchy, creamy and caffeinated – it’s super simple and totally addictive! It’s also a key ingredient in the recipe for our Mocha Choc Drop Cookies.
Creamy, nutty and refine sugar free, this Almond Butter Fudge is the first recipe we’ve shared that uses our Organic Cocoa Butter.
This recipe calls for the addition of almond butter. You can buy this from any good supermarket or health food store, but if you have a high-performance blender you can make it yourself.
Simply roast 450g of almonds in the oven and once cooled add 2 tablespoons of olive oil, then whizz up in your blender. Smooth or crunchy - blend until you have a consistency you are happy with. How easy is that!
Do you have a weakness for something sweet when relaxing with a cuppa? Why not try our Cocoa Cashew Slice!
No baking and no guilt, this nutty recipe is perfect for when you really want to cut the calories but still want to hit that chocolatey sweet spot.
Omitting sugar and adding maple syrup makes this slice is a nutritious and moreish wholefood treat. It’s a quick recipe to whizz up on the weekend and store in the fridge for the week ahead.
There’s nothing more fun, quick and easy to do with the kids, than making your own icy-poles.
Mix them in with your own choice of fruits, veggies and dairy/non-dairy milks or creams. Of course, we’ve opted for a chocolate version.
Creamy, decadent and smooth, melt in the mouth icy chocolate popsicles. Perfect for that hot summer heat!
Celebrate this festive season the Organic Times & Wholesome Patisserie way, with chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate!
And there is no better way to relax on Christmas day or bring in the New Year than with this yummo chocolate cocktail recipe.
Deliciously light and delicate, the Chocolate Lumumba Cocktail will remind you of a chocolate milkshake but of course with a touch of sneaky brandy.
You’ll be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t like Salted Caramel.
Melt in the mouth salted caramel tarts with a soft pastry base made from almond meal and baked to perfection.
Filled with a decadent, rich, thick velvety smooth salted caramel sauce.
They are easy to make with the tart shells all prepared in the food processor along with a simple to make caramel sauce which tastes equally amazing!
We know not everyone is a fan of Christmas cake or the traditional Christmas Pud’, so allow us to present a tasty alternative with this yummy Chocolate Bundt Cake.
Constructed using the finest organic ingredients from our pantry; this delicious cake is rich and fluffy with a slight hint of coffee woven through. It will pair perfectly with your favourite hot drink or even that sneaky rum on Christmas day.
These adorable cupcakes look like little Santa hats and we can’t get enough of them here at Organic Times. These wonderfully crafted Snow Cupcakes would be perfect for the work Christmas party or the end of year school function. You are sure to have none left at the end!
These Christmas cupcakes are gluten free using our organically sourced Coconut Flour and paired with a delicious white chocolate, snow icing frosting.
There is nothing that screams “ CHRISTMAS” more than the smell of ginger, cinnamon and nutmeg in the kitchen. Good ol’ Gingerbread Cookies are a staple of the festive season, and we have the tastiest recipe to get you into that Christmas spirit.
Slightly sweet and a little spicy, they get you in the mood from the first bite.
Gluten free and filled with some of our finest ingredients including our Organic Blackstrap Molasses, these are sure to be a hit for the young and old around the tree.
Heading to a party or getting ready to indulge the kiddes for trick or treat? If so, then it’s the perfect time to make these spooktacular Halloween cupcakes!
With their mouth-watering chocolate base and vibrant pumpkin coloured icing, these are sure to stand out.
The spider webs made from our couverture dark chocolate drops are what truly make these cupcakes scarily delicious.
Once you’re finished baking, you might want to pull a ‘trick’ and keep this ‘treat’ all to yourself.
A traditional Gingerbread Cake that is quick and easy to make.
The combination of golden syrup, cinnamon and our Organic Blackstrap Molasses results in a slightly sweet and lightly spiced flavour. We have made ours in a Bundt cake mould but it can also be made in a simple loaf tin. Either way you will end up with the lovely dense, but light texture, which is what makes this cake so delightful.
You can enjoy it with a dollop of yogurt or cream, and it is perfectly paired with a scraping of our 100% Grass Fed Organic Salted Butter.
Galette, is a term used in French cuisine to describe a free-form tart made with a single crust of pastry, usually folded up and over to contain its filling. This Berries and Cream Galette incorporates some of our finest ingredients including, of course, our pure unsulphured organic Blackstrap Molasses- which also makes an excellent honey substitute for our vegan friends.
Nestled neatly inside the Gluten Free pastry crust are the berries. Did you know Blueberries are jam packed with antioxidants?! And raspberries provide excellent dietary fibre, while strawberries are an excellent source of vitamin C.
Such a tasty treat that is full of nutritional benefit too!
So get into the kitchen and start baking this berry-licious treat.
Spring is in the air and Summer is on the horizon, so it is the perfect time to add a little extra warmth and sunshine to your days with this scrumptious Caramelised Orange Flourless Cake.
We’ve incorporated some of our finest ingredients out of the pantry to bring you this delightful gluten free treat. Our salted butter and almond meal makes this cake so yummy and moist, while the silky Rapadura sugar caramelises the oranges on top, giving a zesty lasting bite. You will want to sneak a cheeky second slice even before the first one is finished.
A cake like this is the perfect indulgence to enjoy with a cuppa with friends and family on a sunny afternoon.
Another classic recreated by Sam @Wholesome Patisserie.
Have your cake and eat it too with our delectable chocolate hazelnut cupcakes.
Baking this delicious recipe means you can indulge in our amazing milk chocolate coated hazelnuts while also enjoying the quality pantry products we offer including our organic cocoa and baking powders, choc drops, icing sugar, almond meal and butter.
You will love every tasty bite of this fluffy gluten free chocolate cupcake and all its crunchy hazelnut glory.
With the school holidays just around the corner, we thought it would be the perfect time to share with you our Chocolate Crackle Bars recipe.
These beauties will remind you of the chocolate crackles we all grew up enjoying at kids parties, but without the copha or additive-laced rice bubbles, just organic goodness.
What’s best about these crackles, is the addition of our delicious Little Gems - cute little buttons of organic chocolate covered in a crispy candy shell, coloured and flavoured with natural fruit and plant extracts.
Make this easy to follow recipe with the kids over the school break, for a healthier alternative and relive this childhood retro classic!
These brownies are decadent beyond compare. Every bite encompasses the yin and yang of food as the richness of the dark chocolate fudge is offset by an explosion of raspberry puree. This brownie emphasises a perfect partnership on every front, with a delicate balance of sweet and sour, the moist inner fudge and crispy top layer, and the rosy red blossoming within the deepest brown in each and every slice.
To top it all off, this recipe is incredibly simple, and doesn’t take too long to bake at all. These brownies are luxurious and simple.
Chocolate and raspberry - a match made in heaven.
Our Vanilla Mallows couldn’t have come at a better time. No stovetop hot chocolate is complete without the fluffy blanket of sweet marshmallow to top it off. And no Winter is enjoyable without the undeniable warmth and relaxation that comes from nursing an enchanting hot chocolate.
With a touch of coffee flavouring and decoration, it acts as a wonderful complement to the mallow blanket.
This recipe strikes a perfect balance between the extremes of hot chocolate making. It’s neither watery nor thick; neither powdery or clumpy. It’s the Goldilocks of hot chocolate: it’s juuust right.
Samantha from Wholesome Patisserie took our pantry ingredients and, with her delightfully simple baking recipe, transformed them into these scrumptious morsels.
These bite-sized delights are perfect for kids and adults alike as the combination of chewy oats and drizzled chocolate slowly melts in your mouth just as you reach for the next one.
It’s the ideal activity to while away the hours on rainy days during school holidays. And the 1-bowl recipe makes cleaning up a breeze, too.
Whether it’s by the bowl in front of the TV, or from coloured mason jars at a party’s end, our caramel popcorn is the best treat for the moment, whatever it may be.
The popcorn’s savoury nature subtly offsets the glossy sweetness of the enveloping caramel to create a moreish coupling that’s impossible to refuse.
Our recipe is wonderfully easy to make and with little to no mess, too. It’s absolute perfection.
Anzac Day has become more than just the landing at Gallipoli in 1915. It is the day we remember all Australians, and our fellow New Zealanders, who served and died in all wars and peace-keeping efforts.
The spirit of ANZAC embodies humanity, the strive for courage, sacrifice and mateship. Anzac Day brings us together in remembrance with gratitude.
In commemoration, Deb at Organic Times has baked organic ANZAC cookies. We’d like to share our recipe with you, and hope you join in and share your ANZAC recipes too.
No-fuss and not too sweet. These hearty cookies are made from oats, coconut, flour and butter dough. Today’s recipe is based on the traditional recipe with a twist.