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    These are yummy both hot and cold. Perfect for this time of year. You could always make your own applesauce and fudge to use in these for the true 100% home baked taste

    Recipe #261535

    These are a fantastic way to use up rhubarb. They are a big hit in my house hold. I guess you could use apple instead of rhubarb but I have never tried that. One tip when you strain the rhubarb juices don't throw them away; they are delicious mixed in with plain yogurt.

    Recipe #224044

    A scrummy dessert combining two of my favourite things: lemon meringue and ice cream--Yum. I make this with shop bought meringues so its quick and easy. Perfect for a hot summers day Cooking time given is actually the time needed for the ice cream to freeze.

    Recipe #214850

    1 Reviews |  By razra

    Saw this on the TV this morning and it sounded so scrummy and easy I thought Id post it here for safe keeping. Havent tried it yet but plan to as soon as possible

    Recipe #214847

    Serve these warm as a starter or as a delicious light meal with crusty bread or slices of hot toast

    Recipe #143232

    Who says a "fry up " is just for brekkie?

    Recipe #143213

    A quick and easy meal using ingredients you are bound to have in your store cupboard

    Recipe #143164

    Ive got this cooking in the oven right now!! Its a throw together dish of the small amount of ingrediants that I have left in the cupboard before I go food shopping tomorrow so I hope it works!! There will be more than enough for one person but Im sure you could make it a meal for 2 if you add a side salad/portion of veggies

    Recipe #143162

    A really tasty weight watchers recipe,serves 4 7 points per recipe (2 points per serving) just because you are dieting who says you shouldnt eat pudding!

    Recipe #141313

    1 Reviews |  By razra

    These are absolutely scrummy!! Please be aware that the prep time for these sounds a lot but thats due to the 2 hours chilling time Hope you enjoy them

    Recipe #133039

    1 Reviews |  By razra

    a quick and easy meal for one

    Recipe #131329

    Another recipe just for one, feel free to leave out the poached egg if you prefer it will still taste just as good

    Recipe #131328

    A' lovely warming soup, this will serve one generously and may even stretch to 2 servings

    Recipe #131327

    1 Reviews |  By razra

    A scrummy version of the good ole English classic

    Recipe #131326

    These are just heavenly,I havent included the chilling time of 4 hours in the baking time so please be aware that you will have to wait a little longer to taste these scrummy puds

    Recipe #131325

    Cheese on toast just for grownups

    Recipe #130281

    1 Reviews |  By razra

    Spice up boring courgettes

    Recipe #130280

    Jazz up boring potato wedges

    Recipe #130279

    This is THE recipe for Starbucks rasperry muffins and they certainly go down well in my house so much so that they never last more than one day after baking. This recipe came from Julys good food magazine

    Recipe #130278

    A different version of the good old fashioned lasagna

    Recipe #130276

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