• Christmas recipes

    Traditional Christmas recipes with step by step instructions.

    Nutritionally analysed by our nutritionists.

  • Roast turkey

    It's hard to beat a traditional roast turkey dinner, especially at Christmas and it's not as difficult to prepare as you might think.

  • Sausage and safe stuffing

    This is our tried and tested recipe for making delicious stuffing.

  • Christmas nut roast

    The perfect vegetarian option for Christmas dinner!

Barbecued fruit kebabs

This is a great way of using the barbeque to create a nutritious dessert. 

Homemade vegetable soup

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.

Summer beef burgers

This is a summer twist on a traditional favourite. Perfect for the BBQ or from under the grill.

Wholemeal scones

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.

Fruit flan

This fruit flan is a nice dessert to share as a treat with family and friends at a get together or meal.

Spicy Christmas biscuits

Homemade biscuits smell and taste wonderful and are better value than bought biscuits. Spoil yourself and your family this Christmas with this delicious recipe.

Turkey pie

These pies are a brilliant way to use up leftover turkey or chicken and really are very simple to prepare.

Chicken casserole

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.

Beef stew

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.

Thai green chicken curry

This light and tropical Thai green curry is bursting with the flavour of coconut, ginger and lime. If you want, you can use leftover cooked chicken instead and add it at the end rather than the beginning, letting it warm through to come up to the temperature of the sauce

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