Spooky Halloween Sausage Mummies.
Easy-peasy and tasty Halloween fun. [ Read More ]
Feeling a little like your other half doesn’t totally trust you?
Feed them an egg sandwich- and then follow it up with a chocolate mouse. [ Read More ]
These couldn’t be quicker or easier to make and any left overs make a fantastic breakfast with a few strawberries!
Ingredients (makes aprox 8) [ Read More ]
You may find the flavour combination of strawberry and basil slightly unorthodox but we assure you its a refreshing alternative to mint- check our this weird and wonderful pink and green ice cream.
6-8 servings of ice cream: [ Read More ]
Having baked, boiled, roasted mashed and sautted, you may think you’ve found every way to use the humble potato, however there’s really no end to the talents of this super versatile vegetable.
Jersey Royals are at their best right now, so experiment with some new ways to highlight their flavour. [ Read More ]
Eggs really are one of nature’s gifts.
They are nutritious, delicious and one of the most versatile cooking ingredients out there. [ Read More ]
Step outside your crumble comfort zone as there’s so much you can do with this versatile fruit.
Chilli rhubarb chutney
- 4 crushed garlic cloves
- 8cm length ginger, peeled and grated [ Read More ]
Cooked fruits make healthy, simple and delicious desserts.
Keep the cooking time brief as the flesh of most fruits is delicate and easily broken down and you’re aiming for a soft but firm finish rather than mush.
Most fruits respond well to baking, such as: apples, apricots, berries, mangoes, nectarines and peaches, pears, pineapples and plums. [ Read More ]