Not everyone will be cooking for two this Valentine's Day, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on a romantic dinner! Treat yourself to one of these lovely single-serve dishes - there's nothing like good food to make you feel less alone.
Nici Wickes always has frozen berries on hand so she can whip up a crumble at the drop of a hat - not a bad rule to live by, in our opinion! A crumble is very easily scaled down for one, like in this sweet and simple recipe.
Who doesn’t love a winter pudding to warm up with on a cold night? Cooking for one doesn’t need to be hard either - this mug mud cake pudding is scaled down to suit you, fitting perfectly into one large or two smaller mugs.
Don't exhaust your brain by trying to half, third or quarter recipes when cooking alone, just use one of these simple ideas for one or two! Ideal for small households, these dishes will make life oh-so-easy.
To me, dinner is dinner, and if I want roast chicken with all the trimmings, that’s what I’ll have. Here's my pared-down version of a full roast chicken - there’s stuffing and gravy, vegetables and roasties, and just enough for one!
Do your chopping while watching the news and in the ad break, fry it up! These noodles are so quick to cook and delicious to eat, and they suit the “dinner for one” approach as they work best cooked in a single portion.