SUGAR-FREE BANANA and HONEY MUFFINS

These really easy and healthy muffins are a big hit with kids and adults.

POTATO, TOMATO and KALE

Towards the end of lockdown our neighbours gave us a discount voucher to Hello Fresh and this recipe was one that’s just stuck with me. It’s great on its own or as a side dish with chicken, meat or fish.

GRANNY JEAN MILLER’S PANCAKES

This is an adapted version of a recipe given to me by my sister-in-law Susan whose Granny it is named after. It’s a great recipe to introduce children to baking and they just love eating the result of their efforts afterwards!

HUMMUS

A rich and velvety-smooth hummus made from cooking your chickpeas until soft.

EASY VICTORIA SPONGE
This recipe was kindly given to me by David and Alice of Northumbrian Pantry (www.Northumbrianpantry.co.uk). One of their delicious jams is all it needs as a filling and the cake keeps well (better than a cake made of butter in my opinion).
ROAST POTATOES

Everyone has their own way of doing roast potatoes, some people add flour, baking powder or even semolina. The secret to is using a good quality cold-pressed rapeseed oil – and our customers who come to the farm always tell us this!

MAYAN GOLD LYONNAISE POTATO CAKE

When you are married to a potato farmer and enjoy cooking you tend to have a lot of potato recipes up your sleeve. This is adapted from a Michel Roux recipe and is an excellent side dish for your Christmas meal or a special occasion.

BOULANGÈRE POTATOES

A lighter version of dauphinoise potatoes but just as crowd-pleasing. The top layers are golden and crunchy and underneath they just melt-in-the-mouth. Named ‘Baker’s Potatoes’ as cooks would take their potato casseroles to the local baker’s ovens to cook.

BANANA LOAF
This easy recipe is great for using up very ripe or brown bananas. You’ll need a 1 litre loaf tin (approx. 21.5cm x 11cm x 7cm).
CHOCOLATE RAPESEED OIL CAKE

This is my take on Nigella’s Olive oil cake. Having experimented with it I found that you can reduce the amount of sugar considerably without it affecting the bake.

SIMPLE HASSELBACK POTATOES

As potato farmers we eat a lot of potatoes and we love these hedgehog-like beauties. You can ‘hasselback’ any kind of potato. Having a consistent size of potato (small or medium) is important and then there’s the distance between the cuts!

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