104 days ago

Lemon Oat Slice to Share

Center Manager from Greta Point - Active Explorers

Morena Greta Point whanau and Community!

October already!

Please find attached for sharing two favorite recipes here at Greta Point:

Coconut Bread and Black Bean burgers.

We love to hear from our whanau and are keen try new recipes so please feel free to share your recipes with Jo (any favorites or ones that you think our tamariki might enjoy).

This morning at drop off, we had lots of comments about the baking today, so we have left for the whanau to enjoy ‘Lemon Oat Slice’ (which I have sampled and can confirm it is so gooood!)

So please help yourself at Drop off or pick up today.
Enjoy the rest of the week, keep safe
Nga mihi
The Greta point Teaching team.

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