Tinned baked beans are a staple in most British kitchens, but they're very easy to make yourself. While many gourmet versions have added bacon or dairy, Becca's on hand to provide a tasty vegan version of the classic breakfast dish.
It really doesn't get much better than bacon and brussels sprouts — especially for anyone in your life who follows the Paleo diet. This recipe could not be more simple to make, which means it should be a regular addition to your party-appetizer routine. C
This chicken pie is easy to make and still feels like a proper pie - even though it's lower in calories. Serve with steamed veg, it's so filling you don't need anything else. For this recipe you will need two individual pie dishes (about 400ml/14fl oz). Each serving provides 344kcal, 41g protein, 12g carbohydrate (of which 8g sugars), 14g fat (of which 6g saturates), 3g fibre and 1.5g salt.
Bubble and squeak Once upon a time, thrifty Britons with left-over vegetabes and potatoes from a roast dinner wouldn't have even considered throwing them away - they'd have fried the remnants up to make bubble and squeak. The name comes from the sizzling noise the vegetables make in the pan,