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Bread & butter pudding – a very popular British dish that has made its way to New Zealand as a scrummy dessert. Simple, fast and tasty – this recipe is a winner! The ultimate comfort food made with our Spicy Fruit Loaf and a drizzle of warm custard.

 

Or try Coupland’s Our Country Harvest Loaf, to make a perfect fruitless bread and butter pudding alternative!

 

Serves 6

 

Ingredients
  • 1 Coupland’s Spicy Fruit Loaf
  • 300ml Milk
  • 300ml Cream
  • 125g Butter
  • 5 eggs
  • 100g caster sugar
  • 4tbsp demerara sugar for on top of the pudding
  • 1tsp vanilla essence
  • 60g orange marmalade (optional)
  • Custard

 

Method
  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius.
  2. Grease a cake or bread tin for your pudding, and lightly dust the edges with a little sugar.
  3. In a heavy based pot, bring the milk, cream, vanilla and butter to a slow simmer for 5 minutes.
  4. Whilst this is simmering, add the eggs and sugar to a separate bowl and whisk until smooth and pale in colour.
  5. Pour the hot cream mix over the egg and sugar mix, slowly whisking until mixed well.
  6. Slice the fruit loaf into strips.
  7. Start building your pudding by lining the base and sides of your tin with sliced fruit loaf to create a shell.
  8. Pour on some of the hot cream mix, repeating until all bread is used.
  9. If you are using marmalade, drop little dollops between each layer.
  10. Sprinkle with the demerara sugar, and bake for 25 minutes until golden brown.
  11. Allow to sit for 10 minutes before serving with room temperature custard.

 

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Jazz it up with Pinwheel Sandwiches 

 

Looking for a more exciting lunchbox filler for the kids or a healthy party food alternative? Try a pinwheel sandwich! They’re a fun and delicious way to mix things up and the kids can help make them with you.

 

Jazz up an ordinary lunchbox sandwich or kids party with these pinwheel sandwich recipes.

 

 

Salmon and Cucumber Pinwheel Sandwich

Ingredients 

Method

  • Cut the crusts off the bread. Use a rolling pin to flatten the bread down really well.
  • Spread each bread slice with a thin layer of cream cheese.
  • Top with two slices of smoked salmon per bread slice.
  • Roll the bread ‘sushi-style’ into two tight rolls. Slice into three pieces and push back together into a roll.
  • Roll each roll in a square of baking paper just a little larger than a slice of bread. Twist each end like a sweet so the rolls are secured and place into the fridge until you are ready to serve.

 

Chicken and pesto pinwheel sandwich

Ingredients 

Method

  • Cut the crusts off the bread. Use a rolling pin to flatten the bread down really well.
  • Spread each bread slice with a thin layer of pesto.
  • Top with two slices of chicken per bread slice.
  • Roll the bread ‘sushi-style’ into two tight rolls. Slice into three pieces and push back together into a roll.
  • Roll each roll in a square of baking paper just a little larger than a slice of bread. Twist each end like a sweet so the rolls are secured and place into the fridge until you are ready to serve.

 

Try these recipes and let us know what you think! Know of any other good filling ideas for Pinwheel Sandwiches? Pop them in the comments below to share with everyone. 

Store Hours – Waitangi Day 2021

 

Saturday 6th February 2021

  • All stores open normal trading hours.

Monday 8th February 

  • Open 9.00am – 5.00pm
    Ashburton, Barrington, Clarkin Road (Hamilton), Coach Corner, Ferry Road, Kaikorai Valley (Dunedin), Evans Street (Timaru), Grey Road (Timaru), Nelson, New Brighton, Oamaru, Papanui, Riccarton, Rolleston, Rotorua, Shirley, Tauranga, Andy Bay (Dunedin).
  • Open 8.00am – 5.00pm
    Carmen Road (Hornby), Langdons Rd, Blenheim, Rangiora, Invercargill, Karewa, Richmond.

Find a bakery here.

Store Hours – labour day 26th october

Open 9.00am – 5.00pm
Ashburton, Barrington, Clarkin Road (Hamilton), Coach Corner, Ferry Road, Kaikorai Valley (Dunedin), Evans Street (Timaru), Grey Road (Timaru), Nelson, New Brighton, Oamaru, Papanui, Riccarton, Rolleston, Rotorua, Shirley, Tarawera, Tauranga.

 

Open 8.00am – 5.00pm
Carmen Road (Hornby), Blenheim, Rangiora, Invercargill, Karewa, Richmond, Andy Bay (Dunedin).

 

Find a bakery here.

 

Sandwich fillings to inspire your taste-buds!

 

Need some sandwich inspiration? Sick of the same old ham & cheese filling in your sandwich? Check out some of our easy sandwich ideas to create delicious wholesome sandwiches you will never get bored of. 

 

  1. Mix canned tuna with mayonnaise, some chopped red onion, a pinch of pepper and a splash of lemon juice and spread onto your bread. Refrigerate any left over tuna mix for the following day.
  2. Spread either some hummus or relish onto the bread. Top with grated cheese, lettuce and cucumber.
  3. Mash two hard-boiled eggs with mayonnaise, add a little curry power or chopped parsley. Fancy a little salad with your egg, add some lettuce, avocado and spring onion.
  4. Spread some hummus onto the bread, top with some shredded chicken, grated carrot and beetroot and lettuce.
  5. BLT – bacon, lettuce & tomato with mayo. You can’t beat a classic!
  6. Spread some cream cheese onto the bread. Top with some salami, grated carrot and pickles.

 

Create your sandwich masterpiece with Our Southern Plains bread.  The ultimate in wholesome goodness. Baked fresh daily from the best quality wheat and grains to provide great tasting, naturally healthy bread for sustained energy and nourishment throughout the day.

 

We’d love to see your Sandwich creations so don’t forget to tag #couplands!

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Accredited websites:

NZ Nutrition Foundation

Heart Foundation

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queen’s birthday 1st june

Open 9.00am – 5.00pm
Ashburton, Barrington, Clarkin Road (Hamilton), Coach Corner, Ferry Road, Kaikorai Valley (Dunedin), Evans Street (Timaru), Grey Road (Timaru), Nelson, New Brighton, Oamaru, Papanui, Riccarton, Rolleston, Rotorua, Shirley, Tarawera, Tauranga.

 

Open 8.00am – 5.00pm
Carmen Road (Hornby), Blenheim, Rangiora, Invercargill, Karewa, Richmond, Andy Bay (Dunedin).

 

bread limit update

Dear fellow Kiwis, our amazing team members are working around the clock to ensure that we are baking enough delicious baked goods to meet the unprecedented demand we are currently seeing.

 

To ensure we meet the needs of all New Zealanders, we have had to put limits on our bread in some regions.

 

Rest assured, our fresh bread will still be delivered twice daily in the major centers and once a day everywhere else. We are all in this together and there is plenty to go around.

 

Thank you for your understanding.
Coupland’s.

 

#sharekindess #couplands

Shirley Store Win Bread For A Year

Earlier on this year, to coincide with our new Shirley Store in Homebase opening, we ran a competition in store where customers could win bread for a whole year!

 

5 lucky winners have each won for themselves bread for a whole year! That is 2 x delicious loaves of Our Country Harvest Bread which is made with 100% New Zealand grown wheat each week x 52 weeks.

 

A huge congratulations to our winners. Have a look below at some of the lucky winners!

 

Win Bread For A Year Winners

 

Who will be a winner next? Keep an eye on our promotions page to be the first to know about upcoming promotions.

Crusaders Semi Final Ticket Giveaway

To end the Super Rugby 2019 Championship on a high, we gave away tickets to the Crusaders Quarter Finals and the Crusaders Semi Finals held at Orange Theory Stadium.
To enter the draw, customers had to purchase our popular Coupland’s Crusaders Loaf – Premium White Super Thick Bread 700g or our Hot or Frozen Premium Crusaders Pie at participating stores only.
Once we announced the winners, they picked up their tickets from their closest store, and enjoyed the game. See below a few of our winners happy faces.
The Crusaders are now in the Super Rugby Final! Go Crusaders! Our staff were invited to dress up to support their favourite team on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th July.
A huge GOOD LUCK to the almighty Crusaders, but we know you aren’t going to need it.

 

#back2back2back

Semi Final Tickets Winners Blog Photo

Who knew baking a delicious Bread and Butter Pudding would be so easy? Serve this delicious heart-warming pudding after dinner with some fresh cream or ice cream – yum!

Ingredients

  • 6 – 10 slices of Coupland’s Our Country Harvest White Toast Bread
  • Butter or margarine for spreading
  • 4 tbsp of a fruit of your choice
  • 2 eggs
  • 2 tbsp white sugar
  • 2 cups of Dairy Dale Milk
  • 1 tsp vanilla essence
  • 1/2 tsp nutmeg
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon

 

Method

  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees fan bake.
  2. Cut each slice in half diagonally to make two triangles.
  3. Spread one side of each triangle with some butter or margarine.
  4. Lay four bread triangles butter side down in a small dish approximately 20cm x 20cm (one that you might use to make a pie or small lasagne).
  5. Sprinkle with some of the fruit.
  6. Repeat step 3 and 4 to form layers using the remaining bread and fruit.
  7. Finish with a layer of bread with the butter side up.
  8. Beat the eggs and sugar together, then add the Dairy Dale Milk and vanilla.
  9. Pour over the bread and butter and then sprinkle the top with nutmeg and cinnamon.
  10. Place the small dish inside a large roasting dish filled with water to come 3/4 the way up the sides of the small dish.
  11. Bake for 30 minutes, or until golden brown and set.

 

To Serve
Divide among bowls and top with fresh cream or ice cream – delicious!

 

Tips

  • If you have kids who are not to fond of bread crusts, feel free to cut them off.
  • Our Bakers have suggesting to try adding raspberries, stewed peaches or currents and sultanas to the recipe as your fruit of choice.

 

How will you be having your bread and butter pudding?

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