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This fresh sandwich is easy to prepare and the combination of the wholegrain bread and fresh vegetables gives it a real crunch
This simple recipe makes mincemeat a bit more exciting and is ideal for a quick dinner. It is also perfect for freezing in individual portions.
This wonderful soup will keep you warm and full and can be counted as one of your 5 a day!
Stews are easy and versatile dinner recipes. Beef is packed full of iron; an essential mineral needed for red blood cells and prevention of anaemia.
Vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet but also taste fantastic, especially when made into soup. This soup is very easy to make – even if you have never cooked.
With something sweet for after...
This soup is a great way to add vegetables to your kid’s diet and because it’s got potatoes and pasta in it, it’s as filling as most dinners.
Like most casseroles, everyone has their own favourite recipe, but if you are a beginner try this simple one which you can cook on the stove rather than in the oven.
Casseroles are great if you’re eating on a budget. This dish can be frozen in portions for those days you're in a rush and don't have time to cook.
With just a few cupboard items you can treat yourself to your favourite curry in the time it takes to order and wait for one to be delivered! Great for using leftover chicken.
A tasty orange, carrot and ginger soup just the thing to add a bit of zest to your day!
This tasty Halloween treat is as fun to eat as it is to make and it's a great way of getting your kids to eat fruit and vegetables!
This is a great recipe for using up leftover turkey and vegetables.
A really delicious, unusual soup that is smooth and thick.
Family meal times can be hard to juggle, especially if you have fussy eaters. This recipe is great for all the family!
Great way of using those leftover vegetables and turkey. With thanks to Neven Maguire.
Salmon is a quick-cook food, rich in healthy omega-3 fats and vitamin D. The perfect food for a healthy brain and nerves, to help protect against heart disease.
Whether its lettuce and tomato in your favourite lunchtime sandwich or a mixed salad for all the family as part of a picnic, you can give it some extra zest with a squeeze of lemon or lime on top.
Seasonal winter vegetables are great at Christmas. Sweet, tasty!
Warm and filling, a wonderful family dinner for those cold winter days.
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