Grated courgette gives this cake a lovely moist texture. It’s also a great way to use up a glut from your garden!
A superhealthy meal for two – full of vitamin C. You could use ordinary broccoli instead of tender stem.
Cauliflower and macaroni cheese in one pasta bake? This family-friendly gratin is comforting and filling!
Fresh basil and creme fraiche make a mid-week pesto pasta dinner into a dish impressive enough for friends. This is sure to become a firm favourite!
There’s nothing better than garden fresh green beans tossed in bacon.
Perfect served over steak or chicken with chunky chips or creamy mash and a side salad garnish or vegetables.
A quick mid-week dish that you can just bung in the oven without even browning off the sausages first!
A quick and creamy carbonara-style tagliatelle that showcases delicious courgettes contrasted with cream and pancetta.
Throw a new spin on the classic cauliflower cheese by blending into a smooth and creamy soup!
Use up any left over fruits to bake this gorgeous pud!
A warming, hearty soup that takes just 20 minutes to make.
This stunning vegetarian tart is no trouble to make, as it’s made with a packet of puff pastry.
This spicy side dish is great served as a tasty trimming to a roast.
Rustle up this fancy sandwich of garlicky greens and irresistible roast ham for lunch today.
A delicious vegetarian alternative… Meat eaters can try adding strips of chicken fillet – its scrumpcious!
Somewhere between macaroni and cauliflower cheese, these pasta bakes are perfect for a cold day.
Use up any left over vegetables to make a delicious side dish. Serve with a roast, simply seasoned chicken breasts, a salmon fillet or even add to a pasta dish…
A very tasty and unusual change from the old gammon and pineapple!
Try something different with your bangers and serve them with seasonal potatoes, parsnips and apples – absolutely delicious!
A truly delicious light sponge with a hint of orange.
The humble cabbage is elevated to new heights of deliciousness when cooked with wine, crème fraîche and salty bacon.
Adding the cranberries provides that sharp edge to prevent the cabbage tasting too sweet.
Use up any ripe plums in this delicious winter pud!
For an easy, warming family casserole on a budget, this one-pot ticks all the boxes.
Give good old fashioned cauliflower cheese a contemporary twist!