Meat Pie Range
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The iconic beef mince pie is the original meat pie which kicked off the pie industry explosion in the Southern hemisphere.

Ingredients

Beef mince - mince meat , ground black pepper, soy sauce, salt, Worcester sauce, corn starch, flour, milk, margarine, water, egg, vegetable mix (carrot & peas), chili.

 

Spice range: Mild - no added sugar, no yeast

Allergies.. flour, eggs, milk, soy

Hot on the heals of the mince pie came the famous New Zealand mince and cheese pie. The popularity of this pie soared during the 1980's and before long was at the top of the choices for people.

 

Ingredients

Beef mince with cheese - mince meat , cheese, ground black pepper, soy sauce, salt, Worcester sauce, corn starch, flour, milk margarine, water, egg.

 

Allergies.. flour, eggs, milk, soy - no added sugar, no yeast

 

A natural follow up to the mince and cheese is the pepper mince, it's a mild blend of black rough cut pepper which adds to this pies fabulous flavor and is already proving highly popular in Europe.

Ingredients

Beef mince with pepper- mince meat , ground black pepper, black pepper corns, soy sauce, salt, Worcester sauce, corn starch, flour, milk margarine, water, egg.

 

Spice range: Mild - no added sugar, no yeast

Allergies.. flour, eggs, milk, soy

When it comes to variety, we pride ourselves in the offerings we have, that applies to the wonderful tasting creamy chicken pie. 

Ingredients

Chicken - chicken fillets, ground black pepper, salt,  flour, margarine, egg, milk, water.

 

Spice range: Mild - no added sugar, no yeast

Allergies.. flour, egg, milk, sesame seeds

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If you are looking for something easy to eat at breakfast, or anytime for that matter, try the awesome breakfast bacon and egg pie, with a very tasty egg mix with loads of bacon inside and a hint of cheese on top with a bacon strip.

Ingredients

bacon, egg, milk, cheese , flour, salt, ground black pepper, water, margarine

Allergies.. flour, egg, milk

No added sugar, no yeast

Vegetarian Range
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In a changed world we have gone even further by satisfying the tastes of vegetarian food lovers. 

 

Ingredients

Vegetarian vegetables - contains broccoli, cauliflower, leeks, cheese, cream, flour, egg, milk, ground black pepper, salt, margarine, water, Italian herbs.

 

Allergies.. flour, egg, milk - no added sugar, no yeast

Vegan Range
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We've added in even more variety and for lovers of vegan food we

have the all new Minestrone mix creamy white sauce pie. 

 

Ingredients

Minestrone mix vegetables, (beans, celery, onion, carrot, tomatoes, broccoli), flour, margarine, water, ground black pepper, salt, chili.

 

Spice range: Mild - no added sugar, no yeast

Allergies.. flour

Mushroom and Leek with creamy sauce


Ingredients: Mushrooms, leek, margarine, water, flour, salt, ground black pepper, garlic.
 

True Vegan Cuisine with no dairy products, no meat products, no added sugar, no yeast.

Allergies.. flour

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Lecho and chickpeas


Ingredients: Paprika, onion, tomatoes, garlic, checkpeas, margarine, water, flour, salt, ground black pepper, cumin.

True Vegan Cuisine with no dairy products, no meat products, no added sugar, no yeast.

Allergies.. flour

How To Heat A Pie

From Frozen;

If you have a microwave and a conventional oven , then heating a pie from frozen is simple, just put each pie in the microwave for 2 minutes then into a pre-heated oven set 120 degrees Celsius, and 10 minutes later your pie will be right for eating, cool for a few minutes if you think it's too hot.

Thawed (unfrozen);

 

Once your pie is thawed, microwave for one minute then place in the pre-heated oven for 10 minutes on 120 degrees Celsius.

Conventional oven only, place in a pre-heated oven at 120 degrees Celsius for 15 - 25 minutes, place a fork tine in the middle and touch with your fingers to see how warm the pie is in the middle. Once you are satisfied it's warm enough, eat and enjoy.

For best results use the above methods, heating in a conventional oven from frozen can make your pie hard a like a biscuit crust .

Heating only in a microwave does make the pie hot but makes the pastry outside soft.