With Muesli! Sent in by a former orchard hand up north. Thanks Mum.
Afhans with coconut in them. Ingenious, even if I do say so myself!
The ANZAC's of WW1 and WW2 were real Blokes! These have been updated a little ... much like the modern ANZAC they have extra gear but maintain the manliness of the original.
David G says: 'Got this recipe out of a newspaper a while back. Goes down a treat at home.'
Karl says he found this recipe in a womens mag that his wife (not him) bought.
Sent in by Greg. 'Best ever' is a big call ... give it a shot.
Chocolate chips, coconut, condensed milk. The Government will start taxing these soon.
Obviously sent in by Bish. Marshmellows optional.
A quick simple 'chuck it together and your done' slice thats sure to impress the wife.
Dave the Scotsman knows a good brownie when he sees one.
Mat sent this one. Reckons all the food groups are covered.
This is quicker than Winston Peters and easier than Britney Spears. Great beginner recipe.
The wife loves this stuff. You can freeze it, but it never lasts long enough in our house to warrant that.
This one's an absolute hero and nowhere near as hard as it seems. Get the rolling pin out.
Thanks to Maurice here's a way to make shortbread even better; a cirtus tang!
Thanks Janet. Crisp outside, delicious inside and so moreish!
Baz says this is 'real good with a flat white or short black....well any decent coffee actually.'
This one's from Kaye who says they're a BIG fave with the family.
This freezes well, but doesn't last long in hot weather. It shouldn't last long in any weather!
AKA Puffed wheat squares. Carbs, fibre and sugar - a potent combination. Submitted by Kerry.
It's full of fruit and nuts so you can feel good about eating it. Submitted by Leith.
If you're feeling some pent up frustration, this is the one's for you. An old family recipe.
Sent in by baking legend Brendan. A Christmassy treat. Makes 12 BIG cookies.
After a bit of mucking around this one was the best recipe I could find.
Doug's famous for his gingernuts. These ones come out even better than the bought variety
A Blokey interpretation of a great Alison Holst recipe. Sweet and very gingery.
Don't let the 'no wheat' thing fool ya. Andy says:"this is the best chocolate brownie ever, trust me, the womenfolk love it."
Talk about your bloody Kiwiana classic. This was sent in by a sheila named Jude. Good on ya Jude.
Graeme tried this Annabelle White recipe and loved it! Keep it in the fridge.
Louise cake meets lemon merangue pie in this stroke of light, delightful genius.
Not overly sweet or sickly. The lemon flavour is in the thick base as well as the icing. It's lemony fresh!
Joel sent this in. Quick and simple and tasty.
Jeez Louise. This is easier than you think and tastier than is humanly possible.
Your kids will bloody love this. In fact - you'll love it and the kids will be lucky to get a look in.
This is an award winner - literally. James from Stratus won their blokes bake-off with this little ripper. Good on ya James!
It seriously doesn't get a lot easier than this. And Milo has the heart tick.
Kaye sent this one in. Class with capital K.
Our Northland contributor reckons this is the best and easiest way to make it.
This is one that good old Ma used to whip up for us. It's pretty easy and by God it tastes fantastic.
Kester says: 'This keeps the missus sweet, hope it works for you.'
Not only tastes good - it's good for you ... thanks Paul.
Possibly the easiest recipe ever, sent by a sheila named Shirley.