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Mini herb, green olive & buttermilk cornbreads recipe

We love cornbread, and with this recipe for mini herb, green olive & buttermilk cornbreads we've made it even better. They're really easy to make, are ready in under an hour but look really impressive.

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Irish soda bread

Try this easy soda bread recipe for when you want bread in a hurry - it's ready in less than an hour. Really!

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Vegan blueberry pancakes

Vegan blueberry pancakes. Light, fluffy and delicious. A great alternative to classic breakfast pancakes, these vegan versions are the ultimate way to kick off the weekend

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Orange and passion fruit curd

This delicious orange and passion fruit curd recipe from is a lovely alternative to lemon curd. Spread onto freshly baked bread as a treat!

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Baked Popcorn Chicken

Baked Popcorn Chicken - A healthier alternative to the deep-fried version with the best crispy potato chip crust!! No one will believe that this…

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Buttermilk subsitute | Kitchen Queries | Nigella Lawson - ignore the picture! This link gives useful alternatives to buttermilk (which I never have in my kitchen)

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These scrumptiously fluffy yogurt pancakes are made with low-fat Greek yogurt as a healthy alternative to buttermilk. Serve with a sticky rhubarb compote and en extra dollop of Greek yogurt.

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Buttermilk pancakes with roasted tomatoes, peppers and mushrooms

These buttermilk pancakes are incredibly light and fluffy, a low-fat alternative to the traditional pancake recipe. Served with oven-roasted tomatoes and mushrooms, they make for a great vegetarian breakfast or brunch option.

Crempog (Welsh Pancakes) Welsh crempog (also known as Ffroes) differ from the British/French crepe. More like the American pancake and bigger than the Scotch pancake, crempog can be made with or without yeast, with buttermilk, oats or speckled with raisins or currants. Traditionally, they are made from self-raising flour, salt, eggs, milk and butter. Often stacked in a pile and smothered with butter, the stack can be sliced like a wedge of cake and eaten as a teatime treat.

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