Kuki Reka Kani, loosely translated means cookie cutters. Kuki Reka refers to the delicious cookies that have been made with these cutters. Reka means delicious in Māori and for the purposes of our products Reka also stands for: Rauawaawa Enterprise for Kaumātua Aspirations. We are proud that our products are New Zealand made and that they have been named and lovingly inspired by Kaumātua at Rauawaawa.

They make wonderful gifts for your favourite people, should provide hours of creating and innovating in your own kitchen and the best part is no-one else currently sells cookie cutters quite like these Kaumātua inspired creations. Three additional designs will be released after New Year’s including the Koru shape, the Hei Matau (fish hook) shape and the Pikorua (double twist) shape. Check out the Rauawaawa facebook page for recipes that will be shared and keep an eye out for other Kaumātua inspired creations that will also be released later this year!

Rauawaawa Kaumātua Charitable Trust is based in Hamilton, Waikato with its vision being “Hei manaaki ngā Kaumātua” or “Enhancing the quality of life and wellbeing of Kaumātua.” Kuki Reka Kani is part of our social enterprise journey to help enable Kaumātua Aspirations with the first one being agreed by Rauawaawa Kaumātua as creating a safer, warmer and better age friendly facility for the Kaumātua of today and tomorrow. Keeping in mind the facility was opened in 1941, there is a way to go but every cookie cutter purchase is a box of nails closer to the finish.

Thank you in advance for supporting us by either purchasing our

Kuki Reka: cookies or Kuki Reka Kani: cookie cutters or through sharing this link.