Marrowfat Pea and Bacon Fritters are ridiculously good and so easy to make. They’re gluten free to boot.
American Meatloaf meat Scotch Eggs in this fantastic centerpiece for Sunday lunch. The kids love it because it’s basically sausage and egg.
Imagine a hot, slightly boozy pain au chocolat and you’ve got this dessert. When I have stale bread I knock up this pudding because it’s incredibly easy to make and tastes amazing.
Toad in the hole is an old fashioned favourite because it’s comforting and simple. Sausages surrounded by Yorkshire pudding covered in onion gravy is a great weeknight family meal.
I love Pancake Day and the kids have inherited my dedication to finding the perfect toppings for a sublimely soft, golden crepe.
I didn’t grow up eating peanut butter so I’m getting a second childhood diet through my Canadian children. Sweet and somehow savoury at the same time, Peanut Butter and Jam Eggy Bread is such fun to make.
Carbonara is the queen of spaghetti dishes. Decadent and salty it is still one of my favourites. The jarred stuff bares no resemblance to this beautiful dish so give it a go and rediscover carbonara.
Corn Fritters are great as a side dish in the summer when you have some chicken legs cooking on the BBQ but they’re also totally delicious on their own. This recipe includes a grown-up and kid’s version.
Egg Rolls are so versatile. You can fill them with your favourite flavours. Quick and easy to make and kid-friendly, this has been one of my go-to dishes throughout lockdown.
Breakfast for dinner is made extra easy with a Breakfast Tray Bake. One dish with a flavour bomb ingredient and little washing up. A crowd pleaser for all ages.