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This is a hearty and warming soup that is very easy to make – even if you have never cooked before.
Smoothies are one way to eat more fruit and they only take a few minutes to make.
Fruit is a rich source of vitamins and minerals - not to mention the fact that it tastes great!
This wonderful soup will keep you warm and full and can be counted as one of your 5 a day!
Smoothies only take a few minutes to make. It’s also a fun way to get children interested in fruit and involved in the kitchen.
Porridge is a quick and easy breakfast. If you haven’t tried porridge in years or if you have memories of a grey solid lump in a bowl, it’s worth trying again using this recipe.
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!
As well as being great fun to make, these Halloween milkshakes are a ghoulish way to boost your children’s dairy and fruit intake!
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.
Why not try this recipe to spice up your chicken dinner?
A quick family meal everyone will love. This macaroni cheese is packed full of calcium
The kids are home from school, here’s a quick filling recipe to keep them satisfied ‘til dinner!
These wholemeal scones are just as tasty as any other; they are a better source of fiber and provide more slow release energy that white scones so keep you feeling fuller for longer.
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.
Want to get the most from your spooky pumpkin? How about use the insides to make this cheap, nutritious pumpkin soup. It is rich in Vitamin A and very tasty too!
This fish pie is a great way to get fish into your diet and experts recommend that we eat 2 portions of fish a week.
The fridge does most of the work for you with this easy-to-prepare dish. Marinating the chicken in garlic and milk for a few hours will make it succulent, moist and tasty.
Great way of using those leftover vegetables and turkey. With thanks to Neven Maguire.
This warm, cheesy delight is a Welsh favourite. It is also known as Welsh rabbit or Caws Pobi in Welsh!
Warm and filling, a wonderful family dinner for those cold winter days.
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