Lazy weekend breakfast pancakes with natural banana and honey sweetness and wholesome walnuts
Handy breakfast bars, packed full of nuts, fruit and chocolate. Easy to wrap up and eat on the go.
Wholesome and healthy morning muffins, easy to make in advance for busy weekdays ahead.
Quick, filling and cheap – everyone should learn how to make a basic omelette!
A healthy and filling breakfast dish perfect for lazy weekends.
A salad full of goodness – filling lentils, juicy cherry tomatoes, fresh baby spinach and crunchy seeds.
A protein-packed salad with quinoa and toasted sunflower and pumpkin seeds for extra crunch and omega 3s.
Fuss-free, mess-free salmon, baked with tender-stem broccoli and Japanese flavours.
This fresh, colourful salad is the perfect accompaniment to grilled meat and fish.
Eight types of veg are packed into this simple stir fry. An easy way to make sure you get your 5 a day.
This super simple and quick recipe is packed with omega 3s, important fatty acids for brain health.
This smooth sweet potato and red lentil soup is soothing, flavourful and low in fat. It also freezes very well.
Homemade tomato soup is the perfect antidote to a cold winter’s day. Enjoy with hot buttered toasted bread.
Learn to make a roast chicken with crispy skin, succulent meat and homemade gravy.
A delicious vegetarian tart with rich goat’s cheese and a homemade red onion chutney base.
Crispy, soft and fluffy roast potatoes are a roast dinner staple.
Light and airy Yorkshire puddings are essential for mopping up the roast dinner gravy.
Sweet and colourful roasted carrots go well with any Sunday lunch
Juicy roast pork with crispy crackling is easy to achieve using this recipe.
Creamy and rich goat’s cheese tarts with homemade onion chutney
Mini pastry parcels filled with creamy feta, fresh pea and mint.
A healthy, colourful vegan starter. The toppings can all be prepared in advance and assembled quickly before servings.
A classic Italian combination of flavours, on top of toasted bread, makes a delicious starter or snack.
Succulent chicken thigh peices with pickled cucumber and chilli.
These pork ribs are great for sharing and taste great with this simple sauce.
This autumnal jam is great on hot toast. Jams hold up firm, but should spread easily. Jams can keep for up to one year.
This syrup can be used as a salad dressing. This fruity syrup has a tangy back note, and works well with salads with rich, salty cheese.
Compotes are slightly runnier versions of jam, and can be added to many breakfasts and desserts.
This creamy, tangy curd keeps for 4 weeks and is a lovely addition to any dessert, particularly tarts and cheesecakes.
A crunchy, vibrant, tangy and slightly spicy pickle recipe.
As quince is a very hard fruit, this recipe requires patience. The result is a rich, subtle and floral preserve.
Use the chutney as a topping to burgers, an accompaniment to grilled or roasted meats, or simply served in a cheese sandwich.