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How to make delicious hot drinks at home without spending hundreds of pounds on equipment.
Recipes showing how British grown vegetables can be transformed into wonderful snacks and starters.
Simple, declicious, and wonderful desserts made from fruit and vegetables that grow in the UK
Yummy vitamin packed cold drinks ideal for summer days. Enjoy all year round using frozen ingredients.
Soup is an excellent way of eating vegetables and is quick to make. Combine with beans and pulses.
Indulgent sugary treats for all ages. The emphasis is on enjoyment, with a hint of British grown ingredients.
Roast potatoes can be the highlight of a Sunday lunch. This simple method for roast potatoes gives crispy golden coloured potatoes on the outside, with a soft and smooth texture inside.
When you have tried a roast carrot, you may never want to cook carrots any other way. Roasting brings out their natural sweetness and their texture becomes soft and delicate. The seventy minute cooking time is worth the wait!
Red cabbage is a beautiful vegetable and packed full of nutrition. The challenge is that cabbage is not everyone’s favourite taste. Stewed red cabbage is great way to overcome this barrier, both a great tasting and great looking side dish.
The taste of summer squash is somewhere between the lightness of courgettes and the strong flavours of winter squash like butternut. It is delicious roasted, absorbing the flavours of oil, pepper, and salt – making it a great alternative to chips.
This recipe for chocolate truffles is easy to make, involving little more than melting chocolate and rolling it into balls. However, you will need to work quickly as the chocolate soon hardens!
Making gingerbread figures is a great way of starting the holidays or preparing for a party. This recipe creates a sweet mildly spiced gingerbread decorated with white chocolate and smarties.
A breakfast to look forward to. Compote contains much less sugar than jam and is full of the vitamins of fruit. Compote can substitute jam on toast, but really shines when combined with yoghurt and muesli to create a delicious breakfast meal.