Share Slices from Springhill Pantry

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I am often asked why I am so passionate about food.  There are a lot of reasons, but one that sits high on the list is the social aspect of food.  Eating together is a great way to spend time with people and to share: thoughts, ideas and, of course, food.  Things taste better when they are shared and I love to cook things to savour with others.  But not everyone fancies themselves in the kitchen like I do and need to look to others for the provision of special treats.  So when Springhill Pantry, a family business that started in country Victoria over 25 years ago, asked if I would like to try their new share slices I said yes.

The share slices come in a square slab that can be divided up into whatever size suits your appetite.  For the launch of the range there are three unique flavours to choose from – all perfect with a cuppa.

The Raspberry and Almond is delicate and buttery and full of raspberries and Australian grown almonds.  For something a little different, the Whatleys (who are the sweet tooths behind Springhill) suggest crumbling it into ricotta and piping into cannoli shells.

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The Apricot Apple and Hazelnut is wonderful crumbled over the top of warm poached fruit

 

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The Chocolate Brownie has plump crimson raisins mixed into its chocolatey goodness and is taken to another level if you warm it and add a scoop of the best vanilla ice-cream you can find.

You find out more about Springhill Pantry and where to get their share slices here

 

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