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.
All you need is four ingredients to bring this simple blackberry and apple jam recipe to life. Share a jar with your nearest and dearest or keep in the pantry a delicious dose of fruity goodness whenever you want
Cranberries and Christmas go hand in hand, and this rich-red chutney is the best way to make the most of the festive pairing. Make little jars for gifts, or keep them all for yourself to be enjoyed with your turkey!
A pork shoulder is an exceptional centrepiece for a dinner party and it’s very low stress to prepare, as long as you get the crackling right! This tantalising Nici Wickes recipe will show you how to nail it every time.
Sink your spoon into these glorious baked apples, which are stuffed with hazelnuts, figs and prunes for your taste buds' delight. Serve with our ricotta cream and mandarin maple sauce for a warming dessert that is too good to pass up.
Combine tart tamarillos with Granny Smith apples under a buttery sponge for the perfect pudding. It's so simple to make, and has the ideal mixture of sweet and tangy to create a dessert that everyone will love.
In the late afternoon, there’s nothing nicer than a slice of this tea cake with lashings of blackberry cream, but it’s even more satisfying when you’ve foraged the berries yourself. If you can’t find wild berries, frozen ones will work just as well
Oats are the perfect way to start the day – they’re super-nutritious while also being a slow-release carbohydrate to sustain you throughout the morning. Plus, this overnight apple oats recipe is so delicious!