This simple soup makes the most of Spring veg and will become a favourite standby for a quick lunch or supper
Keep this tucked away for a month so flavours can develop and then serve it with cheese, pâté, cold meats, sandwiches – you name it
If Spring is in the air you don't want to be slaving over a hot oven, so make the most of seasonal lamb the easy way with this lazy roast
Some bank holiday baking fun for all the family. Or why not make them for a last day of term treat?
This stunning yet simple dessert is the perfect way to end a dinner party
The ultimate in quick comfort food - only five minutes to prepare, perfect to pop in the oven before the main course
Wonderfully moist and reminiscent of an old-fashioned gingerbread. Heat up a thick slice in the microwave and have it for pud with a dollop of custard
The Jersey Royal season is short, so make the most of it with this delicious salad
Pear, blue cheese and toasted nuts is a combination made in heaven
This classic noodle dish makes a great after-work supper
A prepare-ahead one pot that will please all ages and is easily made for a crowd, just reheat and add some garlic bread and a salad
Angela Nilsen rises to the ultimate challenge - keeping a cheesecake creamy and decadent while making it healthier and lighter
Pretty as a picture, five ingredients, dairy-free and delicous – what more could you want from a dessert?
With a special surprise ingredient, this gluten free cake stays beautifully moist. To everyone’s amazement it's mash potato!
A low-fat alternative to beef burgers and every bit as tasty. Try a salsa with chilli in for an added kick
Finger food at its best, this dish counts as 3 of your 5-a-day. Give it an extra kick with a hit of chilli, or swap fish for chicken
A soup that's ready in 20 minutes - yes, it's that quick. So put that tin opener away
The secret to this tart is its cheesy, crisp polenta crust. Fabulous warm or cold and perfect for picnics
These zingy flavours combine really well with the cool taste of cucumber
Gordon combines baby veg and tender meat in his lighter version of a bistro classic