Southern Style Halogen Oven Chicken
Succulent, spicy and savoury. Just as delicious as the deep fried original, this healthier take on Southern-style chicken is melt-in-the mouth-good. The fiery buttermilk marinade tenderises the chicken for unbelievably juicy meat and a perfectly crispy crust. Finger licking good!
Slow Cooker Sausage, Mushroom & Red Onion Casserole
When only a hearty meal will do, try this good old fashioned, slow cooker sausage, mushroom & red onion casserole from Cornish baker and blogger Beth at Jam & Clotted Cream. Traditional British fare at its best.
Hearty Potato & Rosemary Bread
With winter rolling around it’s time for hearty breads – with bite. Try this flavoursome, chewy bread recipe from Frankonia, London’s craftiest breadmakers. I deal for pairing with hearty soups and stews.
Blueberry Swirl Cheesecake
With its bright purple hue and bursting with flavour, this is a fabulous twist on the classic cheesecake. This slow cooker blueberry swirl cheesecake is cool and refreshing, indulge after a heavy dinner – or a light one!
Mini Doughnut Maker... Secret Recipe
A tangy and sweet tasty treat, these mouth-watering mini doughnuts made with lemonade have a whole lot of lemony goodness. Deliciously light and fluffy and ever-so-simple to make, they’re best served with a glass of homemade lemonade.
Slow Cooked Pork & Pumpkin Stew
Inspired by the New Mexico Posole, this hot and spicy stew is satisfying, nourishing and hardy. Packed with seasonal vegetables and spices, this gluten-free slow cooker pork and pumpkin stew, is one of our favourite one-step winter warmers.
Mushroom Stroganoff Pie
Like mushroom stroganoff? Like pie? Then you’ll love this. If you’re looking for a recipe to use all those spices and sauces at the back of the cupboard – the Mushroom Stroganoff Pie is exactly that. This hearty recipe is full of flavour, and you probably have most of the ingredients in the kitchen already – making it easy and affordable.
Recipe - Spicy Falafel Salad
This recipe is unbelievably quick, easy and affordable. Cook some pasta, and during the last 2 minutes of cooking add some greens, drain and add your freshly made pesto for a delicious, quick and cheap weeknight dinner.