This is great served with chunks of sourdough bread. I have been making this to take to work, for my lunches.
A great dairy-free variation of the classic gingerbread, perfect for Christmas. Once made the dough can be frozen for cooking at a later date.
This is super rich and indulgent. Perfect on a cold winters night.
Super easy and really tasty. We make this quite a lot. We often have it whilst out camping with salty nacho chips, but rice works well too.
As there are only 2 and a half of us, I freeze the leftovers from this, for a quick dinner the following week.
Perfect to go with my butternut squash curry
A great, meat-free version of a shephards pie.
Perfect food for the coming party season. Try adding a little paprika, chilli or garlic for an extra twist.
The perfect Autumn night treat for Halloween or Bonfire night.
Apples and spices are the first things I think of in Autumn – that and firelit evenings, mulled wine and the coming fetivities – Halloween, Bonfire night and Christmas!
Eating this reminds me of my childhood Halloween, bonfire night and Christmas treats.
Packed full of veg and healthy lentils, this is very filling. Best served with my garlic flatbreads.
A little hint of spice on a cold day, really helps to warm you up.
A very filling and tasty winter warmer soup.
The perfect autumn soup – sweet apples, mixed with pumpkin and warm spices.
This is a tasty vegetarian pasta dish, but if you leave out the parmesan it works just as well as a vegan dish.
Crab apples are available in large quantities from late Summer. This drink is perfect for warming yourself, sat by the fire during the long, cold winter months
I usually make these in September and feed them every couple of weeks, up till December, with a mixture of brandy, dark rum, and sloe gin, for a really boozy cake.
A great cheats bread. Quick to prepare, with no need to knead or prove the loaf.
Having lots of carrots coming from the garden in Autumn, this is the perfect meal to use them up on.
Lightly spiced, it’s perfectly suited to the cooler nights, that are now drawing in to signify the coming, cold winter months.
This recipe came about after my neighbour offered us a tree full of pears. Making this in September fills the house with the smell of Christmas and really gets me excited for the cosy Winter nights ahead, sat by the fire and the build up to Christmas season. Ingredients: 500g pears (cored and cut into…