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  • Italian meringue buttercream cupcakes

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  • George and Charlotte

    Princess Charlotte and Prince George's favourite foods REVEALED

    This is what royal taste buds like...

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  • bean chilli

    Bean chilli stew

    Our bean chilli is so hearty and comforting you won’t even notice it is meat-free. We’ve used chipotle paste to give the bean chilli an extra kick of flavour and a more authentic Mexican taste. You can get chipotle paste from most supermarkets but if you can’t find any, add 1-2tsp chilli powder with 2tsp tomato paste to the bean chilli recipe. Chipotles are widely used in Mexican cuisine, they are smoke-dried jalapeno peppers and blending them together with tomatoes makes the paste. This one-pot wonder bean chilli stew is also suitable for freezing so it is perfect for getting ahead. The recipe can be easily doubled if you’re entertaining for a larger group taking all the fuss out of cooking for big parties. Why not throw a Mexican-themed dinner party and cook this bean chilli alongside some spicy chicken fajitas, cheesy nachos with guacamole and a meaty chilli con carne? You could even top it all off with some sombreros and a tequila shot or two – just make sure you’ve done all the cooking before the drinks start!

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  • Angel Delight sachet
  • vegetable pilaf

    Lentil vegetable pilaf

    This vegetable pilaf made with lentils is packed with goodness and just what you need after a long day. Puy lentils are a great vegetarian source of protein and will keep you feeling fuller for longer so you’re less likely to crave a snack. Plus they count as one of your five a day and are an easy way to boost your daily total veg count. We’ve also included Brazil nuts for some added crunch and an extra protein boost. Our vegetable pilaf is also packed with kale. Did you know kale is one of the most nutrient-dense foods around? It is also a brilliant source of vitamins A, K and C, which help your immune system and vision. So if you’re looking for a health boost you need to give our vegetable pilaf lentils a go. This recipe is so easy to make and it can be frozen. Make a big batch and get ahead, then when you’re running low on time or feeling too under the weather to cook a whole meal, you’ll have this on stand-by ready to save the day.

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  • Lidl onions

    Lidl faces backlash for plastic packaging on pre-peeled onions

    Supermarket giant Lidl has faced backlash from customers for selling pre-peeled ‘Naked Onions' in too much plastic packaging

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  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

    Meghan Markle's favourite recipe revealed

    Meghan Markle previously revealed what her favourite dish to cook is – but did this 'game changing' recipe help her win royal hearts?

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  • Halo Top UK icecream launch.

    Halo Top UK: The popular 'healthy' American ice cream brand is finally coming to a supermarket shelf near you…

    The Halo Top UK launch is the food news we ice-cream lovers have been waiting for.

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  • custard cream recipe

    Home-made Custard Creams

    Our custard cream recipe makes 15 biscuits but we are sure you’ll need to bake at least double; they’re sure to fly off the plate! This custard cream recipe is easy to follow and the biscuits only take 15 minutes in the oven so you’ll have a fresh batch of biscuits in no time. Keep this custard cream recipe to hand and whip them up to give as a gift, wrapped in tissue paper and a ribbon, they’re sure to put a smile on someone’s face. We used Dexam British biscuit cutters (£10.62 for a pack of four) from Amazon to create the perfect home-made replicas of Custard Creams. If you do decide to make these make sure you keep a couple back for yourself before they all go!

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  • Prince Harry Meghan Markle portraits

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's rumoured royal wedding wine costs just £13.49 and is available at Tesco

    We really hope that the couple and their guests will be toasting their marriage with this wine in May

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  • Digestive biscuits with milk chocolate

    Digestive biscuits are a classic British favourite and it’s easier than you think to make your own. A homemade batch of digestive biscuits is so much more satisfying than opening a shop-bought pack and you’re likely to impress your friends and family! Home-baking is often much cheaper too. We’ve decided to top our digestive biscuits with Belgian milk chocolate but why not make a batch of mixed ones with dark chocolate and some plain. This recipe makes 8 digestive biscuits but you could easily double the ingredients to make more, trust us – you might need to because they’ll be gone in no time! These biscuits are a real crowd pleaser.

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  • Lemon Maderia Cake

    Lemon Madeira cake

    Lemon Madeira cake recipe is so simple and uses just a few ingredients. Serve with a cuppa - and relax. Madeira cake is the perfect afternoon mood-lifter. This classic Madeira cake will take around 1hr and 15 mins to prepare and bake. It's a real family favourite that you'll want to make time and time again. This recipe serves 6-8 people. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container or cake tin and are best eaten within 3 days of baking. This cake is just perfect served with a cuppa as an afternoon treat or if you want to serve with for dessert we'd recommend serving it warm with ice cream or with homemade custard.

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  • asian salad

    Shredded Asian salad

    This Asian salad is so simple you’ll make it time and time again. Full of lots of lovely textures our Asian salad combines cucumber, carrots, spring onions, red pepper and bean sprouts for a healthy, light meal. We suggest serving it as a starter alongside something like fishcakes but you could also scale it up for a lunch. The salad would also work well with grilled chicken or prawns or even some stir-fried steak. Once you’ve tried our dressing for the Asian salad, you’ll never choose a shop bought alternative again. You know exactly what you’re putting into it and are in complete control of the salt and sugar levels. Plus, if you already have the store cupboard essentials, our dressing is really cheap to make. We’ve used salted roasted peanuts for a final touch of crunch, but you could also try cashew nuts or a combination of the two.

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