These starry chocolate shortbread are easy to make. Melt in the mouth shortbread is dipped into dark chocolate and then colourful sugar stars are scattered over to make these delightful little biscuits.
This spiced chicken, tomato and chickpea soup is full of flavour, is low in carbs and GI and is a hit with all the family. Its seriously easy to make too, particularly if you cheat a bit and use shop roasted chicken thighs.
This lamb, apricot and mint pilaf is the result of at least four different attempts to make a great lamb pilaf. The flavours will transport you to the Middle East but it’s still an easy one pot meal that’s ready in 30 minutes and which the whole family will enjoy.
This courgette, chorizo and feta dish is quick to make and delicious. It’s the perfect weeknight supper when you are in serious need of good food fast. Serve it with pasta or if you want a lighter option, try courgetti.
These cranberry and granola scones are easy to make. Just ten minutes to prep and the kitchen smells amazing as they bake. They taste so good with their chewy, almost tacky, sweet cranberries and the crunchy granola. They would be perfect as a treat for breakfast, with morning coffee or a cup of tea later…
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This sweet potato with hummus meal takes 5 minutes prep and the oven does the rest of the work for you. Served with a salad, it makes for a tasty, healthy and oh so easy, mid-week supper.