• Short on time? Try the Bang Anything in in Breakfast Burrito. Utilise fajita leftovers, miscellaneous veg and any greens you’ve got to make this egg-cellent brunch. Lashings of hot sauce highly recommended!

  • Looking for a more leisurely option? Get the coffee on and make a start on our Fancy Homemade Beans on Toast. Fabulously freezable - a big batch of these will have you brunching in style for the foreseeable future.

  • A perfect dish for using up veggies from the fridge!
    This is a go-to brunch dish in our house. Cheap and easy to make, it packs a flavour punch and makes the most of simple ingredients we always have in the house.

  • A simple frozen dessert that can use up any aging bananas!
    This easy recipe requires no churning or fancy equipment. Use up any bananas that have gone mushy. I always chop mine up and bung them in the freezer so I am ready to make a batch of this another day.


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  • If you've got some cabbage lingering in the fridge, why not finely chop or shred it and transform it into coleslaw with some carrot, onion and mayo.

    #LoveFoodHateWaste #FoodWaste

  • We waste 920,000 bananas every day from our homes.

    If every person in the UK stopped throwing away bananas for just one day, we could save the nearly 900 million litres of water used to grow, harvest, and transport them from also going to waste.

  • We throw away the equivalent of 3.1 million glasses worth of #milk a day - it can be from putting too much in our cereal or that unfinished cup of tea. ☕

    It takes 358 million m3 of water and 31,000 hectares of land to produce this milk.
    #LoveFoodHateWaste #ClimateChange

  • Do you want our planet to live apple-y ever after? Storing #apples in the fridge helps them last longer than if left in the fruit bowl. 800,000 apples a day are thrown away in the UK: let's reduce that number!

    #LoveFoodHateWaste #ClimateChange