• Cajun chicken pasta

    Cajun chicken pasta

    Make a crowd-pleasing pasta dish for dinner. We’ve taken inspiration from creamy alfredo sauce with Cajun-style seasoning to add a bit of punch.

  • Chocolate pizza

    Chocolate pizza

    Make this fun chocolate pizza baking project with the kids. Alongside marshmallows, bananas, pretzels and caramel sauce work well as toppings, too

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  • Mince & tatties

    Mince & tatties

    Enjoy our take on this popular Scottish dinner of stewed mince and mashed potato. It’s great comfort food on colder days and the mince can be made in the slow cooker

  • Coffee & pecan squares

    Coffee & pecan squares

    Rustle up this traybake with coffee and pecan flavours for a grown up sweet treat. Serve a square with a cuppa for afternoon tea or a mid-morning snack

  • Ginger shots

    Ginger shots

    Start the day with punchy, refreshing ginger juice. Save money by making your own using fresh ginger, apple and lemon juice

  • Olive, cherry tomato & feta focaccia

    Olive, cherry tomato & feta focaccia

    Bake this moreish focaccia with the flavours of the Med – it’s ideal for a picnic. Or try it minus the olives, tomatoes and feta for a very reliable plain focaccia

  • Next level tomato soup

    Next level tomato soup

    Let the flavour of tomatoes shine through in our ultimate tomato soup. To get the best from tomatoes, we’ve used every trick we know to boost their flavour

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  • Fluffy pittas

    Fluffy pittas

    Try making these Grecian-style pittas which are fluffier than the ones you’ll find in most shops. Fill with barbecued chicken or pork, salad and tzatziki for a satisfying fakeaway kebab

  • Next-level egg custard tart

    Next-level egg custard tart

    Bake your own custard tart with our next-level recipe. We’ve updated this classic dessert with a few extra touches, including a new way to make pastry with brown butter

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  • Garlic mushrooms

    Garlic mushrooms

    Garlic mushrooms are simply great served as a side dish, on toast or in pasta. We scatter over parsley in this recipe but tarragon, chives or thyme also work well