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Halogen baked Bbq Chicken ThighsChicken Thighs or legs are cheaper to buy than breasts and can be so much tastier too. They can be overlooked though as people aren't sure how to cook them.. The step by step pictures make this easy to follow and will guide you through the cooking process. I've made a bbq marinade for them but you can just use your own if you want. The beauty of making your own sauce is you can customise it for your own tastes. I find commercial sauces can be very vinegary so I leave it out and add some chilli instead as thats how I like it. This feeds 2 but its very easy to increase the quantities to feed 4 or more. Why not give this a try and let us know how you get on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts xCheese & Vegetable SoupBroccoli Cheese soup is all the rage at the minute but I only had a bag of mixed veg with broccoli included in it. I first started to try and separate it out but thought "this is crazy!Just use the bag and see how it turns out". Im so glad I did because the result is yummy,cheesy,and delicious. This recipe will become a new family favourite I'm sure. Its speedy,purse friendly and uses what we have in the fridge and freezer. The step by step picture guide makes it easy to follow so why not give it a try and let us know in the comments how you get on. We love to hear your thoughts.Lemon Cheesecake in a GlassA no bake cheesecake thats creamy, smooth and tangy with the subtle flavour of Lemons.This follows the same principles and method of traditional cheesecake but is a little more of a fancy presentation. Great for date nights, Bbq'sBirthdays, Mothers day or just as a treat at the end of lockdown. Who doesn't like a little treat? This is so easy to do and so is a great one for the children to try their hands at as it's no bake, They may just need a bit of help with the melted butter. You will definitely get an oooh when you present this as I was told by my family it looked restaurant quality. The step by step guide will help you to recreate this at home. Why not give it a try and let us know how you got on in the comments. We love to know what you think of our recipes.
Slow Cooker Lemon Meringue FudgeChocolate,Lemons, Meringue, fudge ....what's not to like? With just 4 ingredients this is one of the simplest easy fudge recipes that you can get. The subtle lemon flavour offsets the sweetness of the white chocolate. It's a soft set fudge so is best kept in the fridge to keep it from being too sticky, but you could coat it in a little icing sugar or wrap it in a greaseproof paper casing to enable you to hold it without getting sticky fingers. The step by step pictures give you a handy guide on how to make it so its a good one for the children to try out. It also makes a great gift for them to give to their grandparents, or friends & family. Why not have a go, and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear from youYoghurt & Berry Frozen BitesBitesize pieces of frozen yoghurt and fruit are sweet and fresh and great on a hot summer day. A bit of nostalgia here as my Mum did these as treat for after lunch when we were children, as well as making other homemade icelollies with diluting juice etc. it's recently became trendy with dieters and fitness experts as it's so easy and has few ingredients. No cooking involved so this makes them a great one for the kids to do. The fun part is eating them before they melt all over your fingers but you could be really smart and put a lolly stick through them and make your own icelollies. The toppings can be anything you choose and you can layer them up too. I used frozen berries and chocolate buttons but its totally upto you. Its also a great way of using up yoghurt you find in the reduced section of the supermarket. The step by step guide is easy to follow so why not give this a try and let us know how you get on. We love to hear your thoughts in the comments belowSticky Chicken WingsChicken Wings - fabulous on the bbq, as part of a buffet table, a picnic lunch or a snack when watching TV. They are a great budget buy at any time but can also be frequently found in the reduced section in the supermarket which makes them a good buy. This recipe is super easy,quick and full of flavour. This is a meal for one person but the quantities can easily be adjusted to feed 2 or more. You can also use this method to cook with chicken thighs or drumsticks - just adjust the cooking time accordingly. The step by step guide is easy to follow and you will have a plateful of yummy food in no time. Why not give it a go and let us know how you got on in the comments. We love to hear your thoughts Teriyaki Glazed Spare RibsSpare ribs are a great bbq staple but if your not lucky enough to have a bbq don't despair as there's still an easy way to do them using your slow cooker. I've used some single short ribs which you often find going cheap at the butchers counter but this would work just as well for a rack of ribs just adjust the cooking time a bit.I've seared them first as I'm a great believer in searing the meat to give it flavour but you don't have to do that. You can just place them straight in your slow cooker and you will still get great results. The Teriyaki glaze is lovely but you can just use your favourite bbq sauce instead. The step by step guide will help you to make a yummy meal thats full flavoured, tangy and sweet with just a hint of chilli. Why not give this a try and let us know how you got on in the comments below. We love to hear your thoughts.Beef Teriyaki Stir FryA Stir fry is a speedy dish that is full of flavour and can be as varied as your imagination.The high heat you are using to cook it lends well to a variety of vegetables that you may not normally eat all at the same time. Its also a good way to use up bits of veg that are languishing in the fridge.So I used a stir fry pack but added onions and spinach. I used rump steak as again it's quick to cook and full flavoured. I cook the steak and then add to the veg for the final minutes as it means I'm not overcooking the meat and making it dry, but feel free to add it along with your veg if you wish.The Teriyaki sauce is tangy and sweet and a little goes a long way as it can take all the colour out of the vibrant veg and you end up with a brown stew.The step by step guide means you can follow along but do feel free to add your own touches too. Why not have a go and let us know how you get on in the comments below.