The original Flatwhite recipe, made with dehulled buckwheat seeds and water, but here spiced up with cinnamon and ginger, and sweetened with unsulphured sun-dried raisins and natural stevia extract. A slice of toasted hot-cross bun, only much, much healthier.
The Teatime is delicious with nothing more than a spread of butter or nut butter… but if you want a real treat, top this with sliced banana or your favourite berries, sprinkle with toasted nuts and drizzle with honey for the final decadence! We also love it with a top-quality creamy goats cheese like Belnori’s St Francis of Ashisi, poached pears, preserved figs…
Best enjoyed well toasted, to bring out the flavours – edges should be crisp and crunchy. Length of time will vary depending on the toaster, but often requires more than one toast cycle, or 5-8 minutes in flat iron.
Being preservative-free, it must be kept refrigerated, or in the freezer. Toasts perfectly from frozen. Lasts six months in the freezer (though we challenge anyone to keep something this delicious that long)