Our microwave mug man is back and today - he’s creating three of our favourite dishes in minutes. How do pizza, shepherd’s pie, and a chocolate orange pudding sound? Theo Michaels demonstrates all three - with the aid of his handy microwave.
Recipes taken from Microwave Mug Meals by Theo Michaels
Fafa whips up a great Friday night meal of grilled chicken in a smoky roasted red pepper sauce with sweet potatoes. It’s her no stress, one-tray wonder that delivers all the nourishment your family needs at dinner time - all for under a fiver!
Thrifty mum of three Danielle Ross from Colchester has clocked up up over 22,000 followers online for her family-friendly money-saving tips after sharing her secrets to feeding the whole family (including the dog) for just £38 a week.
Not being one to shy away from a bit of a competition, we sent Phil Vickery on a secret mission to the supermarket to beat the self-proclaimed budget queen’s weekly shop. Never one to disappoint he’s bought it in under budget and he’s here with two delicious thrifty recipes.
There’s a new trend in town, and it’s starring a mythical creature - the unicorn! The baking world is awash with unicorn-inspired bakes and everything from rainbow coloured meringue kisses to unicorn macarons are everywhere!
Juliet is in the kitchen with a deceptively easy creation of her own - the unicorn cake.
Last week Holly revealed that she’s never had a cheese and onion pie. So Phil Vickery is on a mission to put that right with his traditional pie for Holly to try - but with Phillip already claiming that his mum makes the best pie out there, will it get our Schofe's seal of approval?
It might not have been seen on British TV, but eight-year-old Oscar Jefferson created an online sensation this week after his semi-final appearance on Spanish Junior Masterchef.
Oscar's fish and chips didn't quite work out the way he wanted - so we thought we'd invite him into our kitchen alongside Phil Vickery for a second chance.
This is my play on the post-pub, late-night classic, the kebab. It has the wonderful, bold, strong, delicious flavours of Greek food that I enjoy so much.
After shedding an impressive 11 stone over three years, the Michelin star chef Tom Kerridge is in the kitchen with a healthy dish which he guarantees you'll enjoy eating.
His pork kebabs and spicy cauliflower couscous won't even feel like diet food, and can be shared with all your friends and family.
If you thought Italian food was all heavy pasta and cream sauces then think again... Gino swears by the Mediterranean diet and he's in the kitchen with the perfect example of it.
Here’s Monday night’s meal ready to eat with a clear conscience!