Kid and budget friendly dish. This is a very flexible dish; you can use far fewer wieners if you have a pack you want to finish off, and you can use more cheese if you wish.
A real crowd-pleaser with the melted cheese and golden-brown breadcrumbs on top.
This is a really yummy bread, nice warm with a bowl of soup or a salad.
A really good baked pasta dish, very flavourful and hearty.
This is a very hearty vegetable side dish, with the right amount of melted cheese and crispy bits to give it a big comfort food factor.
Very easy, and kids can help with the assembly part. You can make the tortilla bowls up to a day ahead.
A hearty, inexpensive dish.
If you’re up an hour before everyone else on the weekend, it will seem to them like you’ve fussed since the crack of dawn to make this, but it’s dead easy. It’s also a great brunch dish.
Delicious cheesy fritters
You can make the pie up to a day ahead; just don’t glaze it with the egg until it actually goes into the oven.
A good introduction to sprouts for those who are Brussels sprouts hesitant.
A dead-easy way to make bland cauliflower into an asked-for dish.
These grilled tomatoes are a really good side to a classic breakfast fry up. And, because they’re done in the oven, it’s one less thing in a frying pan to stress over.
Yummy macaroni & cheese for grown-ups, with a crumbled potato chip topping. Very morish.
You can make this up to a day ahead, and re-heat in oven. If you’re reheating, scatter a bit more grated cheese on top.
A hearty frittata.
Great for vegetarians, but so tasty everyone will love them.
A very hearty frittata.
A good hearty, economical winter veg dish. Delicious served with some kind of gravy, especially mushroom gravy.
You might think this recipe doesn’t make a lot, judging by just 1 cup of macaroni, but it does. And it’s really good.
Very tasty, great for brunches.
A really hearty, tasty potato dish.
These freeze well for future use. The recipe can easily be doubled or tripled.