Okay, sounds crazy but it's delicious! Try it and see. I find that cut up bananas work better than mashed.
Chocolate coated chewy biscuit and raisin treats. They are so easy to make but delicious. Good to make with children.
This is a quick and easy snack, which can also be served as a starter or part of a main course. Naan breads are topped with tomato sauce and mozzarella, before being grilled to perfection.
I came up with these cupcakes as an idea for Easter. A no-cook recipe easy enough for kids to make.
This is an easy to make barbecue sauce using store-cupboard staples - great for an impromptu barbecue!
This recipe is from my gran's church cookbook from 1960. Hope you'll enjoy it.
Instead of ordering this at Starbuck's - make your own at home. Just add cocoa, sugar and milk to hot coffee.
This is a simple summery sauce that's perfect for fish cakes.
A great alternative to your regular pizza.
Terrific salad dressing for all salads - especially great for use on cabbage salads. Everyone who has had the dressing wants the recipe.
A brilliantly different starter or snack. Made from minced beef, lamb, pork or turkey served rolled in a large lettuce leaf.
This traditional Turkish version of halva is easy and yummy!
This is a quick merlot and peppercorn sauce which cooks very quickly. It's very tasty poured over a top sirloin or a thick porterhouse steak!
It's amazing how only four ingredients can make this easy, delicious dressing - honey, mayonnaise, lemon juice and mustard. Whisk it up with a fork just before serving, and try it with cold chicken and mixed salad leaves.
Creamy and rich, this icing is also versatile. Delicious on cakes of all kinds, especially carrot cake.
This is an alternative to the classic cream cheese frosting recipe, using brown sugar and honey instead of icing sugar. My Husband and I use it on Banana or Carrot Cake.
Brilliant fun for Halloween. Really easy to make and ideal if you want to get the kids involved in baking the Halloween party treats!
This is an easy simple recipe, you can cook for your family in no time. You can use a packet of chorizo form the market, but I like to buy from the butcher.
Use this simple recipe anytime you need a foolproof digestive base for a cheesecake, banoffee pie or tart.
Quick and easy! You can make a fresh version of this classic that tastes better than what you would buy in the shop. Serve this tangy sauce with your favourite fish or fried calamari.