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    This isn't really a recipe as such, but it sure is tasty. Perhaps you've already tried it - perhaps not! This was inspired by my Granny and Grandad who always serve this (or fresh orange and lemonade) when we visit. The ratios are 50:50 so while this serves on you can easily make more. If you'd like to make it healthier just use low-cal lemonade instead. Happy slurping!

    Recipe #245760

    This is hot thanks to the cayenne. I got some really lovely chilli chocolates for Xmas and thought I'd transfer the concept over to my fave hot drink. Enjoy!

    Recipe #235386

    This is what I throw together if we're having fish and I want a quick salsa/sauce to go with it. It's quick, easy, healthy and you can change the ratios to suit your tastes or that of the fish! Please note that amounts are somewhat estimated as I do change this depending on what fish we're having. This is what I'd make for salmon, but it's just my preference. I would probably actually use 1 tbsp of lime juice but I like quite a strong lime flavour and I don't think most people would fancy it so much my way!

    Recipe #245607

    We have Innocent fruit drinks in the UK which I love - they're all fruit and absolutely nothing else. They are also really expensive, so I like to make my own versions. They're really simple and really cheap to make in the summer (more so if you grow your own fruit!). This is my fave recipe...

    Recipe #209652

    Taken from my Weight Watchers Mix & Match recipe book. This is a fab way to have hollandaise sauce without the guilt!

    Recipe #224075

    This works with any type of chocolate really, but for the sake of the recipe I'll specify white. I make this all the time as a last minute sauce for my fiance, who likes chocolate on everything. It takes minutes to make and is really yummy (but not very healthy!) Great over fruit, ice cream and pretty much any pudding in general. I'm afraid I eyeball this so amounts are approximate.

    Recipe #235451

    From Phil Vickery's Proof of the Pudding. These are a little sweeter than regular meringues and are not especially pretty, but are fine for using in recipes where they get crushed up. Not yet tried.

    Recipe #241824

    From Jo Pratt's In The Mood For Food. Serve it as a starter or with a main. Not yet tried but we've got asparagus for dinner tonight, so...

    Recipe #240454

    Another banana recipe from yours truely! Found this on the BBC food website from Ready Steady Cook. Not yet tried but am posting it here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #235476

    These noodles swell up like nobody's business! A great side dish for any oriental meal.

    Recipe #232353

    This is how my Granny makes it. Loads better than that rubbish instant stuff but still really simple. All in all, an excellent gravy for a proper British roast.

    Recipe #212512

    This isn't truly a trifle recipe, it's just what my sister and I used to call it when we were kids. I don't think there's really a name for it - it's just very simple, sweet and yummy. It looks nothing special, it sounds nothing special, but serve it up and it'll be gone in seconds!

    Recipe #199021

    A rather interesting looking recipe from today's Ready Steady Cook. Not yet tried, but looked tasty as anything and I want it in my recipe book so I won't forget it! Will write more once tested but, in the meantime, help yourself...

    Recipe #232355

    This is basically a jam sandwich cooked like french toast. You can use any jam you like but raspberry is my fave so for the sake of this recipe that's what I'm listing. Lovely!

    Recipe #240381

    This is core or 2.5 points per serving. I have made with smoked salmon and smoked trout and both taste good. This is a really great recipe to use either as a starter to take have for lunch on some rye crispbreads, etc. Please note that this really needs to chill for 12 hours to be at it's best, but I have eaten it straight away in the past and it's still good.

    Recipe #243167

    I love courgettes and we grow them up our allotment every year, but boy do we have a million of them when they're in season! Although I throw them into most things I do love them on their own so I have various ways to change them up a bit, this being the simplest...

    Recipe #205902

    This was a bit of an experiment this morning when I fancied something different for breakfast and didn't know what. It's just a bit of a twist on porridge really!

    Recipe #243175

    All the most interesting recipes I find seem to be from Ready Steady Cook! Here's another simple bread recipe for the cookbook. Untried but here for safe keeping.

    Recipe #235477

    Made this up one night when we we're having pizza and were all out of garlic bread. I always have a batch of garlic mayo in the fridge so, as the flavours were already good and mixed, I thought I'd give it a try instead of garlic butter. I make this with reduced fat butter and low fat mayo. Makes me feel slightly less naughty!

    Recipe #212514

    Fantastic sauce for ice cream, chocolate cake, fairly cakes, in fact pretty much any cake, and probably a whole load of other desserts too!

    Recipe #227297

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