Autumn Recipes

I love the autumn: with crisp evenings, fallen leaves, snuggly jumpers and hearty dinners.

On this page you’ll find some of my favourite autumn recipes which come into their own between September and November. Enjoy them while you can!

The Autumn Archive

Coconut Meringue Ghosts
Coconut Meringue Ghosts
These Coconut Meringue Ghosts are the perfect Halloween treat. Enjoy them on their own or use them to decorate a
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Peaches and cardamom porridge
Peach and Cardamom Porridge
Warm up this autumn with creamy, cardamom porridge topped with roasted peaches and toasted almond flakes. World Porridge Day It
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Cheesey Vegetable Pie
Your favourite vegetables are wrapped in a silky smooth cheese sauce and topped with buttery puff pastry in this Cheesey
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Spiced Fig and Walnut Cake sliced
Spiced Fig and Walnut Loaf Cake
Snuggle up this autumn with a slice of spiced fig and walnut loaf cake and a mug of something hot!
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Leftover Mackerel Fish Cakes
Waste Masters, Cookery School at Little Portland Street
Find out how I got on at the Waste Matters cookery class at Cookery School, Little Portland Street (London’s most
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Slices of Cinnamon Raisin Banana Bread
Cinnamon, Raisin Banana Bread
Enjoy a warm slice of cinnamon, raisin banana bread – ideal for an decadent breakfast or as tasty snack! Keeping
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Apple and Blackberry Crumble Cake cut into slices
Apple and Blackberry Crumble Loaf Cake
Make the most of the end of summer fruits with this Apple and Blackberry Loaf Cake, complete with oaty crumble
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Mexican slaw made with carrot, coriander, red and white cabbage
Mexican Slaw
This avocado and sour cream laden vegetable ‘slaw is the perfect addition to fajitas, enchiladas and tacos! Cool off The
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21 Things to Eat, Drink and Do around London Bridge
Are you staying in a hotel near London Bridge or visiting the City? Hotels.com have asked me to share my recommendations
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Indian Chickpea Salad
Indian Chickpea Salad
Cool off this summer with an Indian inspired chickpea salad. All the spice of your favourite curry without turning up
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