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    A hearty, warming cottage pie recipe, perfect for a cold winters night. The ultimate comfort food, with the added benefit of sneaky hidden fresh veggies for those who find it difficult to persuade their kids to eat their quota. Ideal served alone or with a side of fresh green veggies. This recipe also offers the possibility of plenty of substitutions if you don't have just what the recipe calls for - I often use turkey mince as a healthier alternative to beef.

    Recipe #337686

    Here in Australia many people make their own museli. It's a great way to include exactly what you want as well as avoiding the possibilities of high suger/salt/fat in the supermarket options. It's easy to sub ingredients in and add more or less depending on your own taste. I dislike dried fruit, but my husband loves it, so I chop it into small pieces and keep it next to the museli so that he can add it as he takes a bowlful. We tend to eat this museli with natural yoghurt and fresh seasonal fruit or frozen cherries. If I putit together right before I leave for work it's still good to eat when I get there! It can also make a good dessert served with the same ingredients as above layered in a pretty glass.

    Recipe #337588

    Tasty bacon, egg and veggies in pita bread

    Recipe #321510


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