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Abbracciami in questo vento gelido. — √

from BBC Good Food

Pitta pizzas

Pitta bread pizzas, ready in minutes and the little ones can help too!

from My Fussy Eater

Chocolate Dipped Fruit Cones

Chocolate Dipped Fruit Cones. A fantastic healthy snack for kids. Perfect for parties too! | My Fussy Eater Blog

from BBC Good Food

Oven-baked leek & bacon risotto

Oven-baked leek & bacon risotto - Made this for tea tonight. Normally I can't be bothered to hover over a risotto even though I love them but baking it is awesomely easy and this particular one is delicious!

from BuzzFeed Community

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Deep Dish Pizza | Community Post: 10 Vegan Dishes That Will Have You Questioning Your Beliefs In Animal Products

from delicious. magazine

Cheesy sage and garlic bread

From the Liguria region of Italy, this classic starter moves beyond a simple garlic bread recipe to showcase sage.

from BBC Good Food

Aubergine melts

Aubergine melts - dinner tonight, low calories and quick to-do, love a veggie dish every now and then!

from BBC Good Food

Spiced chicken, spinach & sweet potato stew

A healthy one-pot with warming spices that's low fat, low calorie, 3 of your 5-a-day and also full of fibre!

from Wallflower Kitchen

Vegan Tortilla Vegetable Pizza

Vegan Tortilla Pizza with spicy arrabiata sauce and Mediterranean vegetables - only 180 kcal per pizza! Gluten-free option.

from Jamie Oliver

Squash and ricotta pasta bake

Squash and ricotta pasta bake Added in two red peppers and roasted them with the butternut squash; added in large onion & chilli flakes with the garlic. Used 3 very generous tbsp ricotta. Added in 80g chopped kale (which worked well) The sage leaves on top were delicious - use lots. Next time: use a very large butternut squash, add in even more veg, e.g. courgettes &/or mushrooms. I served it with steamed broccoli, but salad or green beans might be better.