Apricot jam

No need to make a huge batch - just 500gm of apricots cooked in the microwave will give you a lovely jar or 2 of jam.

Spicy Spanish eggs

The humble egg has had some bad press over the years but eggs are packed full of vitamins and minerals and are a great source of protein. They are an all-round great source of nutrition and are the perfect fast food to have in your fridge.

Potato scones

A variation on the traditional recipe, these scones made with potatoes are a delicious savoury treat. Best eaten warm with lashings of butter.

Cinnamon toast

This simple breakfast recipe or after school snack idea is perfect for a wintery morning. Hot, buttered toast with a sugary cinnamon topping. Mmm ...

Boiled eggs

Boiled eggs are nutritious, delicious and an economical way to get some quick protein at breakfast. People often joke about not even being able to boil an egg but it's easy if you follow a few simple rules. Use the best eggs you can get. Organic or free range and fresh!

Hash browns

Hash browns are so simple to make, it's a wonder we don't all make them more often! Biting through the crunchy exterior to reveal the soft cooked potato on the inside is one of life's little pleasures.

Chocolate bread

This chocolate bread is great with a cup of coffee or to pop into the lunch box or for a quick dessert add cream and raspberries on the side

Easy egg pikelets

These easy egg pikelets will have even the fussiest of eaters begging for more! Light, fluffy and SO moreish, these little bites are great for after-school snacks or served alongside some streamed veggies for an easy-peasy kids' dinner.


This crepe recipe is really easy and you can use it for sweet or savoury crepes. Once you make this you will never buy crepes again.