Recipe Index

Soups:

Courgette, potato and cheese soup

Patty Pan Soup

Pea Pod Soup

Spicy Parsnip Soup

Spicy Pumpkin Soup

Thick and Creamy Vegetable Soup

Tomato and Basil Soup

Watercress Soup and Potato Soup

Main Courses:

Cheese and Spring Broccoli Quiche

Chicken and Parsnip Stew

Chicken and Vegetable Korma

Chicken, Courgette and Brocolli Pie

Chicken Zorba

Courgette Quiche

Fish in Parsley Sauce

Frittata with leftover cooked vegetables

‘Leftovers’ Pie

Pasta Bolognese

Pasta Sauce

Pizza Dough

Pizza Sauce

Potato Wedges

Pumpkin Lasagne

Spinach and Poached Egg Florentine

Stew – Quick and easy

Toad in the Hole

‘Use it up’ Curry

Cakes and Desserts:

Apple Cake Traybake

A Quick And Easy Chocolate Tray-Bake Recipe

Banana cake

Blackberry and Apple Flapjacks

Cereal Cakes

Chocolate Apples

Chocolate Beetroot Cake

Chocolate Brownies

Chocolate Buttercream Frosting

Chocolate Chip Muffins

Chocolate Courgette Traybake

Chocolate Ice cream (dairy free)

Christmas Cake

Christmas Cake Sausage Rolls

Christmas Chocolate Yule Log

Christmas Mincemeat

Christmas Mince Pies

Christmas Pudding (can be eaten straight away)

Christmas Pudding (needs time to mature)

Cucumber & Mint Sorbet

Flap jacks

Fruit Scones

Lavender Fairy Cakes

Lemon Cheesecake

Madeira Cake

Marble Cake

Microwave Chocolate Sponge with a Chocolate Sauce

Microwave Jam Sponge

Microwaved Pumpkin Scary Syrup Sponge

Microwave Syrup Sponge

Parsnip Cake

Plum Cake

Pumpkin and Orange Cake

A Pumpkin, Raisin and Orange Muffins Recipe

Pumpkin muffins with a mascarpone frosting

Rhubarb and Ginger Cake

Rhubarb Crumble Muffins

Rock Cake Tray Bake

Strawberry Yoghurt Icecream

Strawberry Ice cream (Luxury)

Sweet Pastry Mince pies

‘Throw It All In’ Sponge Cake

Vanilla Icecream (very easy)

Biscuits:

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Ginger Biscuits

Gingerbread Men

Hob nobs

Peanut butter biscuits

Shortbread Biscuits

Other:

Apple juicing

Banana Bread

Blackberry Cordial

Borage Ice Cubes

Bread Rolls

Breakfast Muffins

Buttercream Cake Frosting (suitable for a piping bag)

Cheese Spread

Creamy Coleslaw

Dark Chocolate Rum Truffles

Easy Cheesy Courgette Scones

Fruit Loaf

Garlic Bread

Hot Chocolate Drink

Houmous

Icing A Christmas Cake

Naan Bread

Parsley Sauce

Parsnip Crisps

Passata

Pitta Bread

Pizza Toast

Raspberry Lollies

White Chocolate, Apricot And Brandy Truffles

Wraps – Homemade

Yoghurt

Preserves:

Beetroot Chutney

Blackberry & Apple Jelly

Blackberry jam

Brandied Peaches

Christmas Chutney

Courgette Chutney

Crab Apple Ice cream Sauce

Crab Apple Jelly

Green Tomato Chutney

Piccalilli

Pickled Beetroot

Pickled Gherkins

Pickled Onions

Pumpkin and Apple Chutney

Purple Bullace Jelly (or damson Jelly)

Spiced Green Scallopini (patty pan) Chutney

Strawberry Jam

Non-edible:

Laundry liquid

Playdough

Saltdough

Table Wreath for Christmas

10 Comments

10 thoughts on “Recipe Index

    • You beat me to it…it’s now posted and also on my recipe index for you. Thank you for stopping by, I hope you enjoy having a look around. Let me know how you get on with the cake when you make it, I really love feedback.

    • Hi Linda. This is the recipe you asked for. I use it in my bread maker but it’s just as good by hand… I make rolls with it and they are just lovely so why don’t you try that first. The dough makes 10 rolls which I cook for approx 16 mins gas 5:

      360ml of water
      25g marg or butter
      2 teaspoons of sugar
      1/2 teaspoon salt
      550g of strong white flour (I use tesco’s or asda’s)
      1 1/4 teaspoon of fast action dried yeast

      I put it all in my breadmaker and let it do all the hard work kneading the dough and letting it prove.
      I take it out and split it into 10 rolls and place them on a greased baking sheet.
      I cover with a clean teatowel and leave for an hour to rise again
      Then I bake for approx. 16 mins or longer if you like them a bit crusty.

      Let me know how you get on.
      (By the way they freeze great)

  1. Thanks
    I’ll give it a try on Friday (unfortunately work tomorrow) I’ll let you know thank you very much, love the web site, speak to you soon,
    Linda

  2. Hi
    Just to let you know, made the cobs they were lovely, me and my partner managed 1 each and then the grand kids came and they ve all gone, says it all does nt it ha ha, have to have a go with the loaf, thanks a lot, I’ll be watching your web site, thanks again
    Linda

  3. No problem, had my orders for more tomorrow, I haven t got a bread maker so I melted the butter and put all ingredients in mixer, mixed with dough hook till it went stretchy, left it to rise then, knocked it back abit, split it into 10 put them on 2 baking sheets, left them to rise again for about an hour then put in oven and as I say they were lovely, thanks again, hear you soon
    Linda

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