Eggs are so versatile – whether you prefer poached, scrambled or fried, check out our collection of egg recipes.
Roasting the strawberries in this cake brings the fruity flavours to the next level
Start the day with these fluffy fruit pancakes. Eggs and buttermilk are whisked into self raising flour, then the batter is sweetened with honey and blueberries. Swap the flour with wholemeal self raising flour for an extra healthy take.
How do you eat your Creme Eggs? We love ours in this gooey, chocolatey traybake
Inspired by the flavours of Italy, this moist cake is full of zesty lemon, sweet cherries and almond notes
Impress guests with this clever cheat's primavera ravioli recipe using fresh lasagna sheets to make delicious ricotta and spinach parcels
Prawns are the star of the show in this Indonesian fried rice fakeaway recipe, it comes topped with a fried egg and served with quick-pickled veggies
Top shop-bought pizza bases with a fiery tomato sauce and homemade meatballs for a speedy supper that's ready in just 35 minutes
Sink into this sticky, sweet brioche bread pudding, packed with dark chocolate and pecans, loaded with salted caramel sauce, and made in a slow-cooker! For an extra kick, why not try adding dark rum, it works beautifully with the bitter chocolate
Put your slow-cooker to work with this Scandi-inspired – and spiced – take on a traditional meatloaf. Redolent with spices like cloves, allspice, parsley, garlic and dill, this is an ideal dish to cook low and slow throughout the day.
Jamie says: "Baby spinach is such a fab veg to have in your fridge. Not only does it count towards 1 of your 5-a-day, but it’s also low-cost. This dish is brilliant, whether you’re looking for a great breakfast, brunch or WFH lunch. And, at under £1 a portion, it’s a great value way to add some sunshine to your table."
Chocolate orange fans will love this easy, speedy pancake recipe, where cocoa powder gives the hit of chocolate and easy peelers provide the sweet, citrus note. It makes a special breakfast or serve up on Pancake Day for something a bit different.
Jamie says: "It’s hard to beat a warming bowl of gnocchi, particularly when it riffs off the flavours of a carbonara, complete with a deliciously crunchy bacon crumb. Whip up this one for loved ones on Valentine’s Day and you’re sure to win their hearts!"
Enjoy the soulful and hassle-free meat stew, comfort food the family will love.
Chef Kwoklyn says: "As New Year dawns, families gather to indulge in food symbolising hopes for the year ahead. Spring rolls are among the favourites."
Chef Kwoklyn says: “In the Chinese culture long noodles, often referred to as ‘long-life noodles’, represent a wish for a long prosperous life. Savour the rich flavour while embracing wishes for a year of health, happiness and prosperity.”
These pretzel brownies are the perfect blend of sweet and salty, with an irresistible crunch. Roll up your sleeves and get baking!
If you like carrot cake, why not try this sweet potato twist? The root veg and maple syrup give a lovely sweetness to the cake, which is perfectly balanced with the nutty, buttercream frosting. Loaf cakes are great for beginner bakers, so anyone can have a go whipping up this teatime treat.
If you've never tried making your own meatloaf, this simple, tasty recipe is a good place to start. Using lean steak mince and red lentils, it's healthy too and there's even leftovers to create this Spicy lentil and beef spaghetti for the next day!
French toast gets the Valentine's Day treatment with a heart-shaped jam middle. This charming breakfast or brunch recipe is simple enough for all ages to help make, but looks so pretty and impressive! Use another flavour of jam, if you prefer.
Chef Kwoklyn says: “As Chinese New Year unfolds, it’s customary to serve dumplings - symbols of wealth and prosperity. Their golden crescent shape resembles ancient Chinese gold ingots, promising fortune for the year ahead.”
Sweet, salty and spicy Gochujang paste is the secret ingredient in this tasty twist on classic pasta carbonara. Serving two and ready in around half an hour, it's a great date-night dinner, Valentine's main or midweek meal when you fancy an upgrade from your usual pasta dish.
Jamie says: "Sweet potatoes are one of those ingredients that we tend to rely on for the same old recipes"
These burgers are a delightful twist on the classic beef patty, perfect for a quick meal. Fire up the grill and enjoy!
These vanilla ‘school cake’ cookies are sure to take you back to your school days. This nostalgic treat takes no time at all to make, but we can’t promise they’ll hang around for long.
Tuck into this indulgent stack of bacon pancakes, doused in a delicious drizzle of sticky maple syrup they really are the best way to start your day. Follow this simple recipe for breakfast pancakes this weekend
These classic blueberry pancakes are perfect brunchtime treat. Light and fluffy American-style pancakes are studded with juicy blueberries and best served with a drizzle of maple syrup - plus they have the bonus of being totally dairy-free.
Pancakes don't have to be sweet or drizzled in maple syrup. Try these veggie filled pancakes with sweetcorn, carrots and creamy goat's cheese for a light dinner or savoury brunch.
Go beyond cucumber and carrot sticks and try making easy cumin pancakes to dip in speedy homemade houmous. Fried until golden and crisp, these simple pancakes make a delicious healthy snack.
Swap plain pancakes for these rich chocolatey pancakes for an indulgent brunch. Serve with fresh berries and whipped cream or yoghurt for a morning treat.
How does one improve upon a stack of fresh-out-the-pan pancakes? Well, one serves pancakes with caramelised bananas and a scoop of cooling vanilla ice cream, of course. And don't forget to flambé your bananas with as much panache as possible.
Classic American pancakes are stacked tall, fluffy and best served with a drizzle of maple syrup. This easy recipe ticks all those boxes - perfect for Pancake Day or a weekend brunch treat.
How to make lacy pancakes even better? Add chocolate! These dark cocoa pancakes are filled with custard, berries and a drizzle of melted chocolate for the ultimate Pancake Day treat.
For a different take on a pancake breakfast, try these scrumptious fluffy, buttermilk numbers with banana, maple syrup and just a hint of orange. You can also deserve them with a dollop of yoghurt on top for added creaminess.