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"Growing up in South Africa, the one cookie-tin constant that every child will remember is crunchies. They were usually one of the first things that your mom let you bake and kept forever in an airtight container, so we all grew up on crunchies. To me, they were distressingly unglamorous....but they certainly were a stalwart of every cookie tin that I remember growing up." Make your own South African "Crunchies" today!

The South African Cookie

Crunchies are something a lot of South Africans grew up with, like Hershey’s Kisses in North America, or hot, roasted chestnuts in Europe. Yet, I never ever thought that they were in fact a p…

South African Cape Brandy Pudding/Tipsy Tart (I like the sound of that!) cook sister.com

Cape brandy pudding (tipsy tart)

South African Cape Brandy Pudding/Tipsy Tart ♥ I'd use maize meal instead of the plain flour to make it GF (PB) I

a south african staple - the marie biscuit fridge cake. needs glace cherries :)

This chocolate biscuit cake has been making such a big buzz in the media lately that people must have been aggressively and vehemently ignoring the news to not have heard about it. Unfamiliar with …

South African dessert

phyllo pastry dessert recipes, gluten free dessert recipes, yummy desserts recipes - Nothing is better than a traditional homemade South African dessert to end off your meal. Here at we have put together a short list of our favourites.

Need to make these again <3 Bran & Buttermilk rusks recipe

12 MAY 2013 Today was Mother’s Day in South Africa. Some of my happiest moments were the times spent with my mother in the early morning, sitting and talking about the day ahead while sipping strong coffee and nibbling on bran and buttermilk rusks.

Crunchies – Traditional South African Oatmeal Cookie Bars | OrnaBakes

Crunchies - Traditional South African Oatmeal Cookie Bars

Bunny chow is a classic South African dish, heralding from Durban in KZN. We made a gourmet twist of this classic with Bunny Chow sliders.

How to make bunny chow

Not made with bunnies! classic South African chicken dish, heralding from Durban in KZN. We made a gourmet twist of this classic with Bunny Chow sliders.


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