Friands are moist, dense little cakes made with almond meal and topped with fresh seasonal berries and fruit – popular throughout Australia and New Zealand. Available in assorted flavors.

Chocolate caramel slice

A tart base covered with thick layers of sweet caramel and chocolate and dusted with a vanilla finishing salt, these are a little slice of heaven.

Neenish tart

An Australian classic since the 1920s, these little tarts have a pastry base with a jam and cream filling, traditionally topped with pink and choclate icing.


Beloved of Australian schoolchildren everywhere, Lamingtons are sponge cakes coated in a layer of chocolate icing and dipped in coconut.

Anzac biscuit

Tradition has it that these sweet biscuits were sent to Australian troops in World War I by their sweethearts at home. Made with rolled oats, flour, golden syrup and coconut.

Melting Moments

Delicious shortbread-like cookies that literally melt in your mouth. Made with lime butter, passionfruit, and a dusting of confectioners’ sugar.

Custard tart

Portuguese custard tarts, or nata, are made with egg custard and flaky pastry, topped with berries.


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