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  • Chicken and tomato pasta bake

    Chicken pasta bake is a classic family meal and this chicken and tomato pasta bake recipe is so easy to make! Nothing beats a chicken and tomato pasta bake for a delicious and filling midweek supper. This chicken pasta bake has a lovely rich garlic and tomato sauce and is topped with masses of melting mozzarella cheese for a really creamy topping. You can choose any shape of dried pasta - for this chicken pasta bake we've used spirals, but shells, twists or short-cut macaroni will work just as well. This easy chicken pasta is a great midweek family meal, especially if you’re short on time to make dinner as you can prepare it ahead. To prepare the bake in advance, leave the pasta and chicken and tomato sauce to cool in the dish, without the cheese topping. Cover and chill for up to 24 hrs. if you’re making this dish ahead and want to bake it from chilled, all you have to do is sprinkle with the cheese and cook at 200°C/400°F/Fan 180°C/Gas Mark 6 for 25-30 mins until piping hot. This is one of our favourite chicken and pasta recipes and we bet you’ll love it too!

    • 3
    (305 ratings)
  • 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 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
    (55 ratings)
  • roasted vegetable lasagne

    Roasted vegetable lasagne

    A roasted vegetable lasagne is a fantastic meat-free spin on a family favourite. It is just as hearty and is bursting with flavour. If you’ve got leftover roasted veg this is a fantastic way to use it up and you get a completely new meal. Plus, if you’ve got any little ones who need convincing to eat their veg, few can resist lasagne! This roasted vegetable lasagne recipe serves four to six people, making it one of the cheapest and easiest dishes to feed the family.

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Bolognese pasta bake

    This Bolognese pasta bake makes a cheap and delicious family meal - and it's also a handy recipe for unexpected guests.

    • 3
    (217 ratings)
  • Tuna pasta bake

    Tuna pasta bake is a classic family recipe. Make this easy tuna, sweetcorn and pasta bake in just 30 mins for a quick midweek meal packed full of veggies. With added mushrooms and tomatoes beneath the crunchy, cheesy topping, it's a great way to get your kids eating their veg. A portion of this tuna pasta bake works out at 580 calories and if you want to keep things healthy, serve with a leafy side salad. This recipe serves four, but it's easy to scale up for a crowd. Pasta bake makes a delicious leftover lunch the next day, hot or cold, with fresh salad leaves. Store in an airtight container in the fridge and reheat in the microwave until piping hot, or serve cold. Feel free to add other vegetables to this recipe – add spinach to up your iron intake or swap the sweetcorn for your child’s favourite veg instead.

    • 3
    (238 ratings)
  • Cheesy mince pasta bake

    Our cheesy mince pasta bake recipe is a family favourite you'll want to make time and time again. This hearty dish takes around 1hr to prepare and cook and is well worth the wait. This recipe serves 4 people - it's the perfect choice if the kids have their friends around after school. A filling, flavoursome and freezeable pasta bake from Woman's Weekly with minced beef, lots of cheese and a dash of Worcestershire sauce. A portion of this mouth-watering meal works out at 621 calories per serving making it a special treat. Cook along with our easy to follow video recipe!

    • 3
    (417 ratings)
  • Chicken pasta bake

    Chicken pasta bake

    This cheesy chicken pasta bake will serve 6 kids and is ready in just 40 mins. It's a great way of getting veg into their diet and you can replace the veg in the recipe with their favourites. The sauce is made from butter, chicken stock, milk and plenty of cheese to give it a creamy finish. This recipe uses chicken breasts but if you want to cut the cost down, use chicken thighs instead. Dust with Parmesan before serving. If you want to make this pasta extra naughty, crush crisps or dried onions on top of the bake before serving for an extra crunch of flavour.

    • 4
    (185 ratings)
  • lasagne

    Ham, chorizo and pepper lasagne

    This ham, chorizo and pepper lasagne will give your taste buds a treat - it's a lot like a pizza, so if you love pizza you'll love this lasagne recipe! Not only is it a real treat to eat, this lasagne is also really speedy to make compared to a lot of classic lasagne recipes. On the table in under an hour, you really can make this any night of the week. This is also a great way to sneak some extra veggies in your kids' diet, as they pretty much melt into the sauce and they'll be so distracted tackling the stringy, melted cheese and layers of lasagne sheets to notice that they're eating healthy ingredients!

    • 4
    (8 ratings)
  • Macaroni cheese with broccoli

    Macaroni cheese with broccoli

    Macaroni cheese with broccoli is a fab recipe to get kids eating more greens - macaroni cheese is an absolute family favourite and with the addition of broccoli, you'll even find the kids asking for seconds. A warming pasta bake with sweetcorn and broccoli and topped with delicious Cheddar cheese couldn't be easier to make and it costs less than £3 for four portions which means it's super inexpensive as well as being delicious. Make this family macaroni cheese recipe any night of the week - it's the ultimate comfort food, plus plenty of veg so you won't feel so guilty enjoying it!

    • 3
    (60 ratings)
  • Mary Berry's butternut squash lasagne

    Mary Berry's butternut squash lasagne

    Mary Berry's butternut squash lasagne recipe is a quick and easy dish that's ideal for vegetarians. A lasagne with wow factor - the secret ingredient is butternut squash. Prepare the dish the day before if you can, so the lasagne sheets have time to soften in the sauce. This recipe is sure to become a family favourite. This vegetarian lasagne serves 6 people and takes about 1hr and 15 mins to prepare and cook. Mary Berry's butternut squash lasagne recipe shows you how to make a rich, white sauce infused with mustard from scratch. Serve with salad and crusty bread. If you want to make this dish suitable for meat-eaters add minced beef, pork or turkey to the mix - you might have to make a little extra tomato sauce so it covers all the meat.

    • 3
    (440 ratings)
  • Gino D'Acampo's maccheroni ai quattro formaggi

    Gino D'Acampo's macaroni cheese

    Gino D'Acampo's macaroni cheese has a really Italian touch and is super cheesy and incredibly creamy and luxurious which is what we love most about it. Treat the family to this Macaroni cheese (or maccheroni ai quattro formaggi) by Gino D'Acampo, packed with four different cheeses to get an ultimate, rich creamy sauce - it's the ultimate indulgence. It may not be quite diet-friendly, but served up with a portion of salad, it's a really great dinner choice - and occasionally there's nothing wrong with indulging! Mozzarella, Parmesan, Cheddar and Gorgonzola are all featured in this recipe which makes it a real treat.

    • 4
    (53 ratings)

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