Donna Hay: Fast, Fresh, Simple
From Donna Hay's ultimate easy cakes to a great-grandmother’s recipe for chopped apple loaf, these are fast, easy and cut down on the washing up, too!
The easiest summer dessert that one could imagine. Go for the best seasonal fruit on offer in your area.
A zesty, slightly spicy chicken and rice that brings a healthy meal to the table in no time.
The base recipe for these easy muffins is so versatile - If you've got bananas in your fruit bowl you can add a cup of chopped banana, or add some chopped,...
Blissfully refreshing, this is the easiest icy treat around. Plus, there's no rule against adding a touch of your favourite liqueur.
Fried sage leaves add another level of flavour to this easy oven-baked pumpkin risotto.
In the time it takes to defrost a frozen pudding, this banana caramel delight can be whipped up - and you can't beat home baked.
Roasts will never be the same again. With melted blue cheese and topped off with a sweet and sticky glaze, this is no ordinary pork chop.
Wrap your mouth around these meatballs, which are mixed with couscous soaked in chicken stock to make them extra tender and flavourful.
Set yourself up with a cup of tea to enjoy with this moist lemon cake and its zesty lemon glaze.
Be generous with the buttery garlic sauce that keeps the prawns juicy and adds a smashing flavour to the pasta.
A dollop of passonfruit pulp adds a tropical touch to the classic Italian panna cotta.
In summer, leave them in the fridge to chill and cool, and in winter go for the classic pudding served warm with ice-cream atop.
Up your frittata game for the ideal one-pan meal that you can serve up at any time of day.