Posts Tagged 'recipes'

Betta Snacks for a Footy Grand Final Party

Betta Snacks for a Footy Grand Final Party

It’s been a cracker of a footy season, and every AFL fan has one thing on their mind: the 2014 Grand Final. It’s just over a month away, and to celebrate, we’re giving away tickets for four to the game! Check out the Betta Facebook page to enter.

For everyone planning to watch at home, we’ve got two awesome recipes to make the Grand Final a day to remember:

Guacamole

4 Ripe Hass Avocadoes, halved
2 Truss Tomatoes, diced
1 Spanish onion, ...

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Soup Made Simple With Kambrook

Soup Made Simple With Kambrook

The winter chill is settling in and that means it’s the perfect time for steaming bowls of delicious nourishment. We could almost live off soup alone during the winter months – and clever appliances like Kambrook’s Simple Soup Maker (KBL600) make it even harder to resist doing just that! Today we’re sharing one of our favourite kambrook soup maker recipes with you.

We’re big fans of one pot cooking and Kambrook has taken it to the next level with ...

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Celebrating a Betta Easter

Celebrating a Betta Easter

Break out the hot cross buns and get ready to stash the eggs around the garden, because it’s almost time for Easter! In this blog post are some of our best tips and recipes for making Easter Sunday special.

Easter Egg Hunt

One of the best times of the day! It’s best to lay out the eggs around the garden while the kids are still sleeping, to give them a little magical surprise when they wake up.

If you’re feeling extra creative, pay ...

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Healthy Back-to-School Lunch Ideas

Healthy Back-to-School Lunch Ideas

Recently we asked our Facebook fans to share their top tasty and nutritious school lunch box ideas.

We received some really fantastic tips that we decided to share them here, along with a few of our own favourites.

Facebook fan Theresa Harvey said: “If your child is not a big breakfast eater, by the time it’s morning tea they are starving. I pack 2 Weet-Bix with butter and vegemite. Healthy and low GI.”

“Make up a nice jelly, cut fruit into it ...

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Tips on Baking Betta

Tips on Baking Betta

Summer is almost here, and that means plenty of BBQs. If you want to bring a dish and impress your friends, you need to get baking – nothing wows a crowd like a well-made cake. For those who find it all a little daunting, we’ve got some great, simple baking tips here to get you started.

Everything begins with the recipe, so you need to make sure you’re working with a great one.  Read through the steps first to check that ...

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Blitz and Go with the Blitz2Go

Blitz and Go with the Blitz2Go

On the run; rushing to work; trying to make it to that yoga class; picking the kids up from soccer practice – this is what life feels like for so many of us these days. It’s no wonder a lot of people find it hard to not only make the time to prepare nutritious meals, but they also struggle to find the time to eat them! The Kambrook Blitz2Go is one of those small appliances that can make your ...

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Bread is Betta When Baked at Home!

Bread is Betta When Baked at Home!

You always know when a bakery is nearby. That heavenly, unmistakable scent steams from the oven, gently filling the air and suddenly, you realise you’ve got a craving with only one solution. Now imagine bringing that experience home, filling the house with that freshly baked smell.

Baking your own bread is actually a lot easier than you might think and the benefits of doing it yourself go beyond just the delicious aroma wafting through your kitchen. Most supermarket bread includes preservatives ...

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How to make a Terrific Toasted Sandwich

How to make a Terrific Toasted Sandwich

What’s not to love about a jaffle, or toasted sandwich?

This humble creation gives new life to leftovers and makes a tasty treat or snack. Some die-hards might like to argue that the two are wildly different: a jaffle has pressed edges to keep the fillings from oozing out, while a toasted sandwich does not. But when it comes to deliciousness, we think this is a moot point!

Preparing any old jaffle is as simple as putting a fresh sandwich inside that ...

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Footy Finals Feasting

Footy finals fever has one cure: footy and food, combined.  A great ‘game on’ snack is one that you can pick up and wolf down in one bite all without taking your eyes off the screen. Fresh from Betta Cooking with Matthew Hayden are these super easy and tasty recipes that’ll keep you fuelled during the game. And don’t forget to enter our ultimate footy pack Facebook competition!

Spring Rolls

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Betta Breakfast Month

Betta Breakfast Month

Believe it or not, September is Better Breakfast Month! We’re all for healthy and nutritious eating, particularly when it comes to the most important meal of the day – so we’ve conveniently re-named it ‘Betta Breakfast Month’ here.

To help you get into the spirit and offer some inspiration for the rest of the month to better your breakfasts, here are some healthy and delicious ways you can shake up your morning starts:

  • It’s spring! Make the most of seasonal produce and kick ...
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