Recipes by Di Swann
Some dishes are almost too easy! This one, using pasta shells and mixed bean salad, gets a medal for utter simplicity and another one for taste!
Individual baked rice custards with raspberry jam and meringue topping – if the Queen came for dinner, would the kids leave any for her?
Comfort food at its best. Enjoy the flavour of homemade lasagne to enjoy with the family any day.
Primavera means 'spring' in Italian, so enjoy the flavours of spring with this delicious pasta. If you can’t get fresh asparagus, sliced beans or sugar snap peas will work just as well.
Every once in a while a great cake comes along that has the ability to make you famous among your friends and family. This is such a cake.
A cheesecake is such a treat and, with its chocolate biscuit base and delicious tangy plum filling, this one won't disappoint. If you haven't made a cheesecake before you might be surprised how easy it is, especially with a food processor.
Little tarts or one big one – great for picnics, parties or shared meals.
Sure to be a popular slice for all the family. If you have extra Fruit Squirtz from this recipe and aren't sure what to do with them, make a fruit smoothie. Just add the drained pear juice and some yoghurt, or try it as an ice cream or yoghurt topping.
This is a smoothie of substance! Made with Watties 99% Fat Free Vanilla Creamed Rice, it’s a meal in itself – ideal when you haven’t got time to eat but need the energy.
A new take on a wonderful retro dish. Mmm, peaches and ice cream − what a great combination!
A deliciously fruity twist on the all-time dessert classic that will surprise and delight the family on even the chilliest winter night.
Morning tea made easy! In just half an hour your kitchen could be smelling of delicious fruity muffins.
This is a sumptuous ice cream with full-on flavour. If you’ve never made your own, this is a great place to start.
These tasty side dishes are a delicious addition to any meal.
Mexican corn muffins − like corn bread, but with a hint of chilli spice.
Beans, not tortillas, are Mexico’s favourite food. And you’ll see why when you try this exotic take on baked beans and toast.
If you've still got room after a Sunday roast, this is the customary way to finish. It's tangy, traditional and totally irresistible.
Surprise your tastebuds with this zesty cake. Lime and pineapple complement each other perfectly.
If you’re Welsh, you could feel quite patriotic eating this delicious dish. If not, you will probably be surprised that the vegetable you detested as a child is actually delicious.
Fritters like your mother used to make – not! These fritters wouldn’t be out of place on a café menu – serve with bacon, grilled tomatoes and call it breakfast, or lunch, or dinner!