Recipes

  • A Love Food Hate Waste spin on a well known classic sweet treat! Perfect for an easy pud or an indulgent breakfast! This is straight forward to make and perfect to get the kids involved too.

  • This recipe is great to use up milk before it spoils and breadcrumbs is such an easy way of using up leftover bread, especially the loaf ends. They provide a lovely texture and crunch to the dish.

  • A roast dinner has never been more simple! You certainly won’t be left with a mountain of washing up to do either as you only need one baking tray to get started with this recipe.

  • My gluten-free Yorkshire puddings seem to have a reputation of their own these days. Why?

  • A quick and easy recipe where you can mix and match ingredients to suit your cupboard/fridge from our friends at Dietetically Speaking.

  • We know that a lot of you agree that pasta is a great thing to have in your pantry and there's loads you can do with it!

  • Hummus can be whizzed up in no time, and works as a dip, or as the base of a bigger meal with salad and roast veggies! It's amazing what you can do with a can of chickpeas.

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    These tasty fishcakes use pantry essentials like tinned tuna and sweetcorn for a Friday night dinner that's low cost but seriously satisfying!

  • This Tuna Pasta dish is great for dinner time and utilises dried pasta, tinned tuna and chopped tomatoes.

  • A brunch dish with a difference, this Chickpea Hash is packed with flavour and can be on the table from as little as £1.50 per person!

  • Perfect for veggies (and vegans if you omit the cheese) this lentil bolognese is a brilliant weekend dinner option for just £1.40 a head. We promise carnivores won't even miss the meat!

  • This wonderful Goulash is from The Melting Pot Cookbook by the Isaro Community Iniative.  A hearty stew-type dish that's popular in Roma cuisine this delicious pot of Goulash comes together wi