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.
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!
This scrumptious asparagus and feta frittata can be made ahead, stored, then reheated later for an easy summer lunch or dinner. You could even whip one up to take on a family picnic - it's so quick to make!
With zingy raspberries and chunks of white chocolate, all you need is a glass of bubbles to make this the most delicious start to Christmas Day. Start on the dough a day ahead to result in beautifully light brioche.
This loaf is perfect for anyone craving a spot of weekend baking, as it does equally well both as a breakfast option (toasted and slathered in butter) or a sweet snack beside a cuppa. Plus, it's free of both gluten and dairy!
This pull-apart pastry pie is a fantastic dish to whip up for your next gathering. It looks and tastes incredible, but it really is extra simple to make. The spinach and sausage filling is bound to be a crowd-pleaser!
These are the only scones to make if you’re after a recipe that’s super-charged with cheese. The recipe comes from Nici Wickes’ mum’s local café, but they’ve adjusted the recipe by adding chives for extra zing!
These buns are so handy as you can make the dough the evening before. Then it’s just a matter of putting them together just before you want to eat them, hot from the oven - perfect for a quick breakfast or morning tea snack!
Whether you're looking for a hearty vegetarian brunch or a light dinner, these quinoa and sweet potato fritters are a star. Served with egg, salad and a drizzle of garlicky matcha mayo, it's a flavour-packed meal everyone will love.
If you usually go without breakfast, this tasty savoury dish will have you converted. Not only is it delicious, it'll fuel both body and brain so you can head off into the day feeling nourished, satisfied and ready to go.
This roasted portobello mushroom dish is so easy to make but is gourmet enough to be found in your favourite café. Enjoy for a luxurious weekend brunch or light midweek dinner - it's deliciously versatile!