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French toast can be served with all sorts of fruit and nuts so don't be afraid to experiment around with your toppings.
Barmbrack can be a really tasty treat as the evenings turn darker and colder. And it's good any time of the year, not just at Halloween!
A tasty variation on the usual quiche recipe, this lower fat version is a filling dish suitable for family meals
Eggs are a great way to start the day! Why not try eggs the Mexican way also known as ‘Huevos rancheros’, to spice up your day!
This ice-cream is a novel way of including wholegrain into your kid’s diet and giving them a treat too!
Poaching is a great alternative to frying; it is quick and easy with the same great taste and none of the added fat, making it a healthy breakfast.
Baking buns for yourself is much cheaper. And you can add to the fun by getting the kids invloved in the weighing, mixing and of course, washing up!
This fruit flan is a nice dessert to share as a treat with family and friends at a get together or meal.
A little cooking is needed, but there’s nothing like the rich smell of cooked food wafting around the house in the morning.
Eggs are a great choice to make a quick, easy and nutritious lunch.
Making pancakes can be great family fun with this simple recipe. To make them healthier avoid adding sugar to the pancake mix and instead add a sweet topping like fresh or stewed fruit.
Busy lifestyles mean we don’t always have time to cook from scratch. Omelettes are a very quick meal to make and are very healthy, especially if you take care to include lots of vegetables.
These muffins are ideal as a lighter alternative to Christmas cake. They cost less and are quicker to make. They can be wrapped up when cooked and frozen for 1 month.
Scrambled eggs are high in protein and wholegrain toast provides slow releasing energy, perfect snack for those busy days! This recipe is perfect as a light meal for one.
Couscous salad offers a fresher, healthier option for this traditional takeaway meal.
Omelettes can make a quick and filling meal, they are very healthy, especially if you take care to include lots of vegetables. Why not try this variation on the traditional omelette?
Eggs are rich in protein as well as being a source of iron. They are also a source of two important antioxidants - lutein and xeathanthin – which help to keep eyes healthy.
Fish cakes are a great way of getting fish into your diet and a great way of using leftovers!
Sick of turkey? Why not try this recipe to use up your leftover ham.
This will make your barbeque one to remember. The herbs add a great coating to the chicken and the tasty dip actually contains a cool vegetable: can you tell what it is yet?
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