Mel's Squash & Lentil Curry
This makes a huge batch, perfect for freezing portions for a rainy day. The flavour bomb comes from the topping, which is inspired by Italian gremolata, but here...
Mel's Rescue Noodle Soup with Leftover Chicken
There’s nothing quite like a warming bowl of homemade soup to make you feel a thousand times better. If I’ve had a Sunday roast chicken, I make this on a Monday...
Prue's Paneer Curry
For years I had been reluctant to try paneer, as descriptions often liken it to cottage cheese, which immediately puts me off. However, that description is so...
Sarah's Raw Key Lime Coconut Tarts
Traditional key lime pie is silky smooth, creamy, and rich, and so is this one. But would you believe that avocados are the star of the show here? Since they are a...
Mel's Broccoli and Basil Pea Pasta Sauce
Take your pasta to the next level and squeeze in a little extra veg with this easy broccoli & basil pea pasta sauce.
Jamie's Greens Mac 'n' Cheese
A Friday-night favourite, this is a twist on a comfort classic that uses broccoli in two ways – the blitzed-up stalks add colour and punch to the sauce, while you...
Tom's Tuna Cobb Salad Bowl
This is a good example of the kind of salad that you can throw together using ingredients that might already be in the cupboard and fridge. Feel free to swap things...
Chris' Quick & Easy Flatbread Pizza
Sometimes, when we are in a rush, we cheat and use shop-bought flatbreads and let the kids add their own toppings, which they love. My eldest son isn’t a great...
Emily's Chilli Con Carne Stuffed Peppers
Chilli con carne is quick, filling and nutritious, and this version shakes up how you serve it – spooned into peppers, topped with cheese and roasted.
Megan's Crispy Gnocchi with Tomatoes & Lemon
You could, of course, make the gnocchi from scratch, but this is a quick-fix-meal recipe, with minimal faff and it uses just one pan. Gnocchi, in my opinion, should...
The Hairy Bikers' Winter Vegetable Soup
We both love a dumpling and this is a really hearty soup for a winter’s day – a proper Hairy Biker dinner. You can use butter for the dumplings, which makes...
Si King & Dave Myers (The Hairy Bikers)
Pea Poppin' Risott-Ohhh
Fill your belly with this pea-packed tea-time winner from our Eat Them To Defeat Them 2020 Activity Book.
Are you ready for a super corny adventure? Our yummy corn fritters can help you defeat the veg, the easy way!
Look out tomatoes, we've got our eyes on you... for dinner! So easy it's barely a recipe, these googly-eyed tomatoes are as fun to make as they are to eat and come...
Mean 'n' Green Mac 'n' Cheese
Teatime has never been so terrifying... for broccoli! Make sure you try our easy creamy veg-defeating green mac 'n' cheese.