This is quite a useful thing to have in the back of your head if people happen to show up uninvited. The soup is dead quick, yet delicious, and hopefully the uninvited will provide their own pudding, or at least have brought some chocolate.
There is something almost pudding-y about a slow-cooked onion with the mellow sweetness that the oven coaxes out. This could also happily be eaten cold the following day.
Stick and creamy, this tasty dish is deliciously indulgent and quick and easy to make.
There is something redolent of the nursery tea about baked eggs. They are so easy and are a miniature cosy meal in themselves. Mix with Swiss chard – nutty, more-ish, and oh so good for you.
Deliciously fresh and vibrant, this tasty dish makes the perfect summer lunch
The pastry of this lovely quiche is a proper French pâte à pâte, (french butter pastry), except it’s made with spelt flour. Deliciously golden and puffed up, this delicious quiche will make the perfect table centrepiece.
Earl Grey works beautifully with lavender. You can also make a wonderful iced tea using Earl Grey, lavender and a sugar syrup, steeping and leaving in the fridge to cool.
This delicious succulent stew topped with poached eggs packs a flavour punch and is well worth the effort.
This quick and easy golden dish has a deliciously French feel and is perfect served with quinoa, tender broccoli and topped with some fresh parsley.
This beautiful rhubarb rice pudding is deliciously creamy and packed full of fruit. And if you have access to a bumper crop, you can make some jam too.
Packed full of flavour, this vegetarian curry dish is delicious served for breakfast
This deliciously meaty dish is perfect served with the soft artichoke puree for an easy yet impressive dish.
Sweet, spicy, and vibrant, this deliciously easy vegetarian curry is foolproof.
Bread-and-butter pudding is an English staple; proper nursery food. Panettone makes it a bit more interesting and festive – this is a good one for around Christmas time when you want a hearty, warming pudding.
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