These scrumptious scones put leftover pumpkin to excellent use. They're light and fluffy, and the sprinkle of Parmesan on the top adds so much flavour. Enjoy fresh out of the oven, slathered in butter, with a cup of tea.
This is a perfect dessert when pumpkins are plentiful. With a deliciously crunchy biscuit base and silky smooth filling, it's a wonderful example of just how well pumpkin can transcend the boundary between sweet and savoury.
This pudding has got to go down as one of the tastiest things you can make in a skillet. Apples and raisins are paired with the subtle spices of cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, making a warming dessert for two that can be whipped up in no time.
Grated apples and chopped plums make this bran loaf extremely moreish. It is perfect as a sweet bite for morning tea, so put a batch in the oven in the morning and enjoy freshly baked with a cup of tea.
These courgette and polenta cakes are popular with everyone, especially as they’re loaded with gooey cheese. They are just wonderful for anyone wanting to branch out from potatoes as their go-to source of carbs!
Simple to make and quick to cook, this passionfruit cheesecake slice is a winner! The topping is sweet, zingy and has a deliciously rich and creamy taste, while the base is a fantastic crunchy combo of gingernuts and oat crackers.
This light and lovely vanilla cake is just what you need for a simple dessert. The cake itself is a dream to whip up - just 15 minutes of work and you'll have it in the oven - and the passionfruit and yoghurt topping is heavenly.
The oven does most of the work in this fantastic courgette and corn skillet bake - which is a delicious way to put a glut of courgettes to good use. Serve with a simple green salad and you’ve got dinner sorted!
If we told you this was the best pasta dinner ever, we may be exaggerating, but only a little bit. The homemade walnut pesto adds beautiful flavour to the dish, but the fried courgettes are the true hero!
These gluten-free sausage rolls are easier to make than the original which uses pastry and, dare we say it, we prefer them! Whip up a batch the next time you're entertaining and you won't have to worry about any dietary requirements!
It’s hard to resist freshly crumbed and fried fish, especially during the summer, but what if you’re keen to avoid using bread-crumbs? Polenta can be gritty and rice flour sandy, but this nut crumb is just right!