Updates, hints and tips

Recipe - Bread Sauce

This bread sauce recipe is great way to use up extra bread at Christmas, and it's easier than you might think!

Recipe - Frozen banana and chocolate lollies

Frozen banana and chocolate lollies,  a great way of using up bananas that are past their best!

Recipe - Slow Cooker Beef Stew With Dumplings

This recipe can be adapted to suit what you have in the fridge. Stewing steak will work just as well as diced beef, just cut it yourself beforehand.  If you’re planning to leave the slow cooker on while at work you could complete some these steps the night before and refrigerate your meat and veg before adding to the pot in the morning. 

Recipe - Savoury French Toast

If you’ve never tried this brunch favourite as a savoury dish, you’re missing out. It’s also a great way of using up stale bread – perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

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Recipe - Chocolate, orange and mince pie brownies

Mince pie overload? Don't let them join the 3.5 million binned each Christmas - these delicious brownies will give them another life.

Recipe - Easy-peasy banana muffins

Quicker than a full loaf, these squidgy cakes are the perfect size to grab on the go. Jazz them up with some chopped walnuts, chocolate chips, or anything else you have in the cupboards!

Recipe - Leftover Sunday Roast Pasties

This is a neat little dish for being creative with your leftovers. You can have them hot or cook them the night before to take cold to work for lunch. For best results keep your leftover veg in the fridge with your roast until you need them for this recipe.

The recipe is completely versatile and can be adapted to include whatever ingredients you have left from your roast dinner. It will be great to have different pasties with seasonal vegetables throughout the year.

Recipe - Leftover Potato Hash

The perfect brunch dish to use up leftover roast potatoes and cooked vegetables from your fridge! We used leftover cooked kale, green beans and roasted peppers, but you can try out different flavour combinations! You can also make this dish vegetarian by eliminating the bacon and using a vegetarian cheese.

Recipe - Hot Cross Apple Crumble

This crowd-pleasing crumble is a great idea for how to use up slightly stale hot cross buns, as well as any not-quite perfect apples and dried fruit that you might have in your kitchen.