This traditional sticky ginger cake, often made on Bonfire Night, is best made a few days in advance as the flavour mellows and it becomes deliciously moist.
If you're after a quick starter to serve before Christmas dinner, try salmon and quails eggs. It's tasty, takes only minutes to make and looks really impressive too!
This clementine custard tart from Woman's Weekly is not only a great treat but will also give you a big vitamin C boost.
A lean meat, similar to chicken, guineafowl is delicious in casseroles - this one is flavoured with garlic, shallots, pancetta - and cider!
These tasty leek and cheddar tartlets are perfect weekend with a big leafy salad.
Using fresh spring ingredients, white wine and cream are great with scallops in this quick and easy Easter lunch dish.
Fresh fish served with a tasty potato and beetroot rosti (like hash browns) and colourful salad is the perfect summer dinner.
This strawberry slice is easy to make but looks impressive - just serve with a bit of cream and a cuppa.
With the rich flavours of chocolate, Amaretto and coffee, this Italian classic is pure indulgence
These lovely custard buns with fresh strawberries are great with an afternoon cuppa. Treat yourself!
This refreshing dip goes really well with tortilla chips, but for a lower-fat snack, serve with raw vegetables.
You'll get more than your five-a-day with this colourful and nutritious veggie stir-fry.
These traditional fruity buns are a tea time favourite and they're quick too, using simple store cupboard ingredients.
This delicious and moist fruit cake makes the perfect basic Christmas cake. Just bake, and decorate to your heart's content!
Make this delicious stuffing to cook inside the Woman's Weekly's roast turkey plus serve some stuffing balls on the side.
Slow cook your way to comfort food heaven with this flavoursome and filling steak and mushroom pud.
This ribs, fries and salad sharing platter is the perfect meal for two - perfect for a cosy TV night feast.
Really easy to make, this dish is cheesy, herby and very tasty. A great starter for dinner parties, it'll impress any guest.
This delicious roast duck dinner served with homemade Cointreau gravy will impress all the guests at lunch.
This classic dish from New Orleans is a delicious combo of rice, prawns, garlic, chorizo sausage and lots of warm spices.