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  • Cheese pasta bake

    Macaroni cheese

    Macaroni cheese is the ULTIMATE comfort food and you really can't beat a classic recipe that's perfectly creamy, cheesy and with a really crunchy breadcrumb top. We love this super simple recipe that makes foolproof macaroni cheese every time in under 45 minutes! Whether you want to make mac and cheese as a side to meat and veg, or you love to enjoy it as a main on its own, this is the best recipe for it. Even better, this recipe can be frozen and enjoyed at a later date if you've made too much or simply want to make up a batch in advance so it's ready to go whenever you fancy it and don't want the hassle of cooking.

    • 4
    (49 ratings)
  • Lasagne

    Lasagne

    Lasagne is a classic that everyone loves. Make this easy lasagne recipe to share and the whole family will love this classic Italian dinner. This version has layers of lean beef mince and tomato sauce, cheddar and parmesan cheese sauce and lasagne sheets. This simple lasagne recipe serves 6-8 people and is ideal if you're feeding lots of people in one go. It'll be on the table in 2 hours, but it's so worth the wait. If you want to make this recipe healthier, swap the beef mince for turkey mince or for the vegetarian version opt for Quorn mince instead. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving again. You can freeze this lasagne too. Leave it to cool after cooking, pop into an airtight container and freeze straight away for up to 1 month. To defrost, leave in the fridge overnight and once again reheat thoroughly before serving.

    • 3
    (52 ratings)
  • Bonfire Night cupcakes

    Bonfire cupcakes

    Bonfire cupcakes are the perfect treat to make with the kids on the 5th of November. With a buttercream flame and chocolate sponge, these cupcakes are delicious. Our mummy blogger Anneliese says: 'Bonfire Night is a time to pull on the hats and gloves, huddle outside with loved ones and to warm ourselves beside a crackling bonfire. I love this time of year, as it's the last opportunity where we eat outside before winter takes hold. We indulge in warming pumpkin soup and buttery jacket potatoes wrapped in foil. Despite all the filling fare, there's always room reserved for cake! We make these super easy but very effective bonfire cupcakes on the 5th November, year after year. My elder son loves to sit and watch the glow of the bonfire while tucking into his very own edible version!'

    • 4
    (16 ratings)
  • Firework cupcakes

    Firework cupcakes

    Firework cupcakes are definitely what you need to make your Bonfire night extra delicious. These sparkling firework cakes are easier to make than they look, and you can definitely enlist your little ones to give you some help in the kitchen. You'll need around 40 mins to prep these lovely cakes, plus another half an hour to cook them, so they will take you around 1h and 10 mins to make from scratch. This recipe makes 12 Firework cupcakes, so you'll have enough to feed family or friends who are coming round for a little Bonfire celebration. These yummy Bonfire night cupcakes are sure to make your Bonfire Night celebrations go with a bang!

    • 4
    (17 ratings)
  • Basic marshmallow recipe

    6 homemade marshmallows you really must toast on your bonfire this November

    The marshmallows you really must toast on your bonfire this November including strawberry, chocolate and raspberry ripple (yes really!). See our favourite marshmallow recipes here...

    • 4
    (3 ratings)
  • Slimming World's chilli with rice

    Slimming World's chilli with rice

    This mouth-watering Slimming World chilli with rice recipe is so simple to make and tastes delicious too. It's well worth the wait! The mince sauce in this recipe is made simply with chopped tomatoes, beef mince and mixed herbs and would works wonders as the base of spag Bol too. This recipe takes around 1hr and 30 mins to prepare and cook. Serving 4 people, this recipe is the perfect mid-week meal the whole family can enjoy together. Any leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Make sure you reheat the chilli thoroughly before serving, and be especially careful with the rice. How about swapping the rice for potato wedges, tortilla wraps or even tortilla chips.

    • 4
    (105 ratings)
  • Rocky road

    Rocky road is a firm favourite when it comes to sweet treats and you can learn how to make it with our easy rocky road recipe. This timeless treat is a simple yet delicious way to please every sweet-tooth in the family, and you can follow our simple step-by-step video recipe. The best thing about rocky road recipe is that it requires no baking so you can easily make it with the kids and spend some fun times in the kitchen. All you need to do is melt some chocolate, allow to cool, then pour it over your favourite naughty treats and set - simple! Plus you only need seven ingredients, and you can use biscuits or chocolates you have in the house. You can make it in just 45 minutes, and then all you have to do is wait for the rocky road to chill. Two hours should be enough for it to set but you can leave for longer or even overnight if you make it the day before. This recipe for rocky road uses Maltesers, marshmallows and ginger biscuits but you can swap or add pretty much any sweet ingredients you like – perfect time to let the kids use their imagination. This recipe makes 16 rocky road bars, which are well worth the wait. Perfect as a food gift wrapped in a cellophane bag and tied with a ribbon, and even better for birthday parties – kids and grown-ups will go nuts for this rocky road recipe!

    • 4
    (399 ratings)
  • Treacle toffee

    Treacle toffee is a great addition to a Halloween or Bonfire Night party (but we have also been known to treat ourselves to a few squares outside of these celebrations!). Easy to make, this treacle toffee recipe is a sticky sweet treat that is perfect as a food gift or a sweet treat at special occasions. This recipe makes 4 gift bags worth and will take around 50 mins to make, plus cooling time, so is a simple Saturday activity to do with the kids - just be mindful of how hot the sugar gets. The treacle will set hard so be careful when it comes to breaking with a rolling pin. If you don't want pieces of treacle to fly everywhere when breaking up, place a kitchen or tea towel over the top before smashing. Thanks to the lovely treacle in this recipe the results are rich and dark. Once you've finished cooling your tasty toffee the top should be beautifully smooth and shiny.

    • 3
    (124 ratings)
  • Toffee apples

    No Halloween or Bonfire Night party is complete without some traditional toffee apples. To create these classic sticky and sweet treats, just follow our simple toffee apple recipe. We've even included an easy-peasy-to-follow video how to, to help you get them spot on every time. Ready in just 20 mins, plus cooling time, these delicious toffee apples will complete any autumnal party (because they're too good to save just for Halloween). This recipe makes 6 apples but if you'd like to make more just double, or even triple, the quantities needed. If you want to give these apples a red glow, add a few drops of red food colouring to the sugar mixture once you've removed from the heat. You can use other apples for this recipe too, depending on what you can get your hands on. We love to give these out to kids on Halloween instead of the usual bags of sweets.

    • 4
    (76 ratings)
  • Slow cooked pork baps

    Classic pulled pork

    Making classic pulled pork is easy thanks to this simple recipe using your slow cooker. Smothered in a rich, flavoursome sauce, it's so tender and just falls off the bone. Plus, by leaving it to bake it in a slow cooker you can make the most of an inexpensive shoulder of pork - resulting in the meat being soft and absolutely delicious. Our easy slow cooker pulled pork recipe smothers the pork with a BBQ marinade so that it's bursting with flavour. As good as any restaurant version, your homemade pulled pork may take 6-8 hours to cook, but it will be more than worth the wait! This recipe serves 8 people so it's a great way to feed a crowd. The best part is that even though this slow cooker pulled pork recipe makes for an indulgent meal, like a pulled pork sandwich, it works out at only 271 calories per portion!

    • 3
    (152 ratings)
  • S'mores cupcakes

    S'mores cupcakes

    These delicious s'mores cupcakes are the perfect autumn treat. Based on the traditonal American classic, these cupcakes have four mouth-watering layers including a crunchy caramelised biscuit base, a layer of melted chocolate, a gooey rich chocolate sponge centre and a sweet, fluffy marshmallow topping and come complete with a chocolate dipped biscuit - what more could you ask for?

    • 3
    (15 ratings)
  • Kids Kitchen: How to make s'mores

    Ever wondered how to make s'mores? Twins Harriet and George get stuck in and make these sweet treats on an outdoor fire

    • 0
    (0 ratings)

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