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CHOC SHORTBREAD DAPPLES: Sit on your saucer, melt in your mouth, buttery (33%) and balanced with pure cocoa powder? all luxurious.
Life?s too short not to nibble shortbread. Choc-latey and nice so don?t think twice.
The judges said ?texture of inclusions nice, salty and flavourful??
Serving Suggestions
With dark and milk nibs liberally dappled throughout, serve with freshly brewed tea or coffee. Crumble over vanilla ice-cream or cheesecake

Niceties
No trans fat or seed oils
No artificial colours, flavours, preservatives, soya, palm oil or GM ingredients
Retain their yumminess for 6 months

GINGER PENNIES: Crunchy with a lingering strong spicy note. Bolstered by Smoked sweet paprika from Herbies Spices.
Remind people of a proper ginger nut with real honey.
Ginger Pennies are a reminder of Zoe?s childhood when she would ?man? the family kiosk selling dairy produce to holiday makers at the seaside giving out the old pennies in change ? no credit cards then.

PISTACHIO JACKS: Whole pistachios and just the right balance of oats, fruit and seeds?. Hearty, delicious and not machine processed. Slow food for fast movers.
Named in memory of Zoe?s grandfather Jack, the market gardener.
Serving Suggestions
Naturally delicious, hearty and satisfying whenever you need a quick bite, not the average muesli bar.
Breakfast suggestion: line your bowl with your favourite fresh fruits, add a spoonful of cottage cheese topped with a dollop of your favourite yoghurt. Sprinkle over with crumbled Pistachio Jacks.

POPPY & WATTLESEED ANZACS: Far superior to you average Anzac biscuit. Better for you with Rolled rye and oats, molasses for richness , poppy seeds for crunch and Wattleseeds impart their unique coffee note.
Poppy seeds ?from? the Northern Hemisphere, Wattleseeds from the South, like the ANZACS they ?met? together in a common cause. Respectfully honoured always.

SHORTBREAD BUTTONS: Nana had these 6 wholesome ingredients in her pantry. Our shortbread is just the same and made just as lightly. 33% pure butter ? Utterly Buttery!
Food for angels at Christmas, and the creme de la creme of shortbread for aficionados of food.
Serving Suggestions
Traditional can?t be beaten, so this little button melts in your mouth to remind you how light shortbread should be. For everyday pleasure, not just at Christmas. Perfectly sized to sit on your saucer. Conversational

SMOKED GARLIC CHEESE: Laden with Cheddar plus unabashed smoked garlic from Garlic Growers ?Cypress Ridge? in Queensland and Herbes de Provence from Herbies Spices. The heady cloves and Herbes de Provence result in a rich snap, whose piquancy needs no accompaniment. The ultimate French savoury ? indulge.
Serving Suggestions
Lovely with a big glass of dry deep red. Glorious sat on your picnic rug when all you need is a drink and a nibble. The smoked garlic is pleasing to everyone! It is not overpowering. Perfect to crumble over your Caesar Salad.

SPICED UP CHEESE: Rich with Cheddar and Parmesan, these sassy little numbers give a peppery punch.
Just the same hand-me-down recipe with freshly ground Black pepper.
Serving Suggestions
Just right to munch on when solving the world?s problems while turning snags on the barbie.
Serving Suggestion: With beer or cider!

TOP NOTCH CHEESE: When we pull the rack from the oven you can smell the difference in the butter. The same recipe as our traditional blue label but featuring Pepe Saya Australian Cultured Butter and Certified Organic Australian Flour.These really are Top Notch ? Ingredients don?t come any better.
Serving Suggestions
A Winter Tip: The cheese biscuits are divine served hot with drinks or sprinkled over warm winter salads. Spread on a baking tray, and warm for 5 minutes in a moderate oven, taking care not to burn.
Celebrate with a glass of bubbly. Pop onto the Antipasto platter, nibble them at brunch, with pre-dinner drinks, playing cards or on a picnic lunch ? they beg for a drink!

LEMON MYRTLE CHEESE: Bolstered with Australian native Lemon Myrtle, from renowned Herbie?s Spices, whose lemony palate and aroma is temptingly addictive.
Classic nibbles with an Aussie Bush twist.
Serving Suggestions
Lemon Myrtle brings out the citrus notes that go beautifully with a glass of bubbly or chilled white or a good Gin. A novel addition to your Antipasto platter, goats cheese atop creates a bold morsel.
Ingredients
Flour, Cheddar cheese, Parmesan, Butter, Milk, Lemon Myrtle & Salt

CHEESE BISCUITS 180G: A hand-me-down recipe, they tempt with their intensity of 30% Cheddar and Parmesan cheeses ?. a Fuss free nibble with drinks.
They often remind people of the old English ?Cheddar cheese straws? recipe.
A cheesy little number with a certain bite.
Serving Suggestions
A Winter Tip: Serve them hot with drinks or sprinkled over warm winter salads. Spread on a baking tray and pop them in a warm oven for 4-5 minutes at 180?c, taking care not to burn.
They belong with Olives and Salami on your cheese board.
Ingredients
Flour, Cheddar cheese, Parmesan, Butter, Salt, Milk & Cayenne pepper

LIME & GINGER SHORTBREAD: With tangy glaze using real juice from our limes and sweet and spicy Queensland ginger ? its naturally tastier than the average shortbread
Serving Suggestions
Sandwich a pair of biccies with good ice-cream to make a spontaneous dessert for all ages.
Their aromatic nature naturally pairs them with fruit salad. Or a daring crisp shovel for a rich creamy rice pudding.
And of course refreshing with a cuppa.
Ingredients
Flour, Butter, Sugar, Glace ginger, Lime juice, Sugar, Ground ginger, Lime oil, Salt & Lime essence

TOFFEE SHORTBREAD WINKS: We took our champion shortbread and made it even better by adding crunchy homemade toffee shards.
The judges said ?Nice crunchy texture of inclusions, great simple offering?.
Serving Suggestions
The toffee shards wink through delectably buttery shortbread.
A pick me up for morning tea through to midnight snacks. Let it sidle up to a cr?me brulee or cr?me caramel.
A respectful nod to the marvellous Mare, Winx.
Ingredients
Butter, Flour, Rice flour, Toffee pieces, Sugar, Caster sugar & Salt