This comforting recipe uses two store cupboard favourites - Baked Beans and Worcestershire Sauce.

This comforting recipe uses two store cupboard favourites - Baked Beans and Worcestershire Sauce.

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A quick and easy family dinner recipe; Sausage & Butterbean Casserole cooked on the hob in less than 30 minutes! My Fussy Eater blog

A quick and easy family dinner recipe; Sausage & Butterbean Casserole cooked on the hob in less than 30 minutes! My Fussy Eater blog

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Autumn is officially here, so we decided to bring you one of our favourite comfort foods – Low Syn Toad In The Hole! We really hate the nights drawing in, summer came and went in no time at all. We used to have this as a rare Sunday treat when I was a kid during…

Autumn is officially here, so we decided to bring you one of our favourite comfort foods – Low Syn Toad In The Hole! We really hate the nights drawing in, summer came and went in no time at all. We used to have this as a rare Sunday treat when I was a kid during…

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Sausage, Apple and Cider Casserole, going to use vegetarian sausage and might spice it up a little
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An impressive starter from Gordon Ramsay, that's surprisingly simple to put together. Make it a few days ahead to allow the flavours to develop

An impressive starter from Gordon Ramsay, that's surprisingly simple to put together. Make it a few days ahead to allow the flavours to develop

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Change up your bolognese by using sausages for this comforting easy pasta by Rick Stein.

Change up your bolognese by using sausages for this comforting easy pasta by Rick Stein.

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The day before you are planning to make your Toad In The Hole make your Yorkshire batter in advance, so it has a chance to rest. In a bowl whisk the eggs and milk together, then whisk this into the flour. If you have a few lumps, that's OK as they will break down overnight. Place in the fridge.

The day before you are planning to make your Toad In The Hole make your Yorkshire batter in advance, so it has a chance to rest. In a bowl whisk the eggs and milk together, then whisk this into the flour. If you have a few lumps, that's OK as they will break down overnight. Place in the fridge.

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Sausage Rolls - Mum use to make enough to fill two big Quality Street tins. She lined it with grease-proof paper and then a layer of kitchen towel. They only lasted a day :0)

Sausage Rolls - Mum use to make enough to fill two big Quality Street tins. She lined it with grease-proof paper and then a layer of kitchen towel. They only lasted a day :0)

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