A classic sponge cake made into a chocolate sponge cake. This is completely fail-safe. Use a good quality cocoa powder (not drinking chocolate) for best results!
Easy biscuits that you can flavour however you like. The dough might stick to the table. Dust with flour if needed.
This is a delicious and simple slow cooker beef stew. Use cheap cuts of meat to make this an economical meal. There's nothing better than coming home after work to a warming, home-cooked beef stew.
Drop scones, also called Scotch pancakes, are easy and fun to make, and perfect for tea or even as a simple dessert. Served with creamy fromage frais and sweet, succulent berries, they are quite irresistible.
This is a basic pancake mix that I use to make traditional pancakes or crepes. This will make about 12 pancakes or 8 crepes.
This heart-warming soup is perfect for a chilly evening. It's packed full of vegetables and mixed pulses, making it an excellent source of fibre. Enjoy it with some crusty French bread to mop up the delicious liquid.
Chunks of chicken are coated in Chinese five spice powder, chilli flakes and sesame seeds, then cooked with onions and peppers and coated in a teriyaki and honey sauce.
I made this the other night - it's nothing too special, I just really fancied some comfort food and a pasta bake is the ultimate comfort food for me. I made a simple cheese sauce and although I'm not a huge broccoli fan, I do love it in pasta bakes (what doesn't taste good when it's coated in cheese sauce anyway?) We also had some bacon in the fridge, and of course I always like to use onions and garlic with pasta so voila, this dish was born! And it is scrummy...