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The latest cake craze - cake pops!

The latest craze from the US - Cake pops are easy to make and the little ones can have fun decorating them too

Recipe of the Week - Nutella Cake

knife in a jar of Nutella

Yes, it sounds so wrong but it tastes soooo right. Even if you're not a lover of Nutella, we challenge you to taste-test this delicious cake and not change your mind. With an all-in-one method, it's easy and best eaten warm from the oven....

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  • Sizzling Summer Sauces
    Gordon Ramseys seriously good sauces

    With summer just around the corner, why not lighten up your cooking and indulge in one of these delicious Seriously Good recipes from Gordon Ramsay. Using his scrumptious range of Seriously Good Indian and Italian cooking sauces you can quickly whip up one of these recipes, leaving plenty of time to relax with friends and family in the garden...

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  • July - Crab
    crab

    Crab is low in calories - a four ounce serving of crab meat has only 98 calories, full of flavour and with under two grams of fat per serving, it's heart healthy too. Despite its low calories, it's high protein content (crab has almost half the protein an average woman needs in a day) makes it a really filling and satisfying food.

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  • Recipe of the Week - Peanut Butter Brownies
    peanut butter brownies

    I know this recipe isn't good for fat intake or hip size but a little bit goes a long way to satisfy a sweet craving. If you're a fan of peanut butter and chocolate, then these brownies are perfect for you and all put together in a pan...

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  • June - Peas
    peas

    Green peas are a very good source of vitamin C - a powerful antioxidant that helps to keep the immune system strong and protect against premature ageing and disease, vitamin K - need for normal blood clotting, manganese for healthy growth and development, dietary fibre to keep the digestive system functioning properly, folate, - for healthy blood and thiamin (vitamin B1) which helps to create energy from the breakdown of carbohydrates.

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