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This vibrant red smoothie counts as one of your 5-a-day.
For a retro Christmas dinner starter, try this recipe for a Florida Cocktail.
This is a colourful pudding based on an ice-cream sundae. It is really easy to make and looks great. It is full of fruit and can be made with your favourite canned, frozen or fresh fruit with equally delicious results.
A Bellini combines peach puree with sparkling white wine to create a refreshing cocktail. In this non-alcoholic version the sparkling wine is replaced with sparkling grape juice.
This cookie recipe is easy to make and they taste delicious.
This recipe is a slight twist on the traditional ‘poached egg on toast’ as it is served in a cup or mug.
Potato salad is a versatile dish, which can be served either hot or cold. It originates from 17th century Germany.
Fill a flask with this and sip as you stand around your bonfire or snuggle up with a warming drink as the dark nights draw in.
Cooking fruit in the microwave is super fast and super easy.
Sangria is a fruity drink, usually made with red wine and orange juice, traditionally drunk in Spain and Portugal.
Jacket potatoes are a healthy and cheap meal and can be livened up with lots of different toppings.
This is a colourful and nutritious alternative to an ordinary baked potato and can be cooked in a much shorter time.
Making pasta isn’t as difficult as you might think and you can have loads of fun experimenting with different shapes and fillings.
This recipe is as cool as a cucumber! It would usually be served with spicy Indian food but works just as well with veggie dippers, pitta breads or salads.
This version is made with chickpeas instead of pine nuts so is a great alternative for people with nut allergies.
It doesn’t need to be barbecue season to eat this dish. The fresh chilli and lime flavours really give this vegetable side dish a zing!
Shortcrust is easier and quicker to make than the richer pastries. It can be used to make savoury and sweet dishes.