• These tasty treats are great as a starter or a snack.

  • The P7 class at Alexandra Parade Primary School were winners of our Halloween-themed 'Don't Be Afraid of Your Leftovers' school competition in partnership with Scottish Business in the Community and Good Family Food.

  • These tasty, cheap burgers are a good way to use up breadcrumbs and work equally well with some cooked vegetables or salad, or in a burger bun with all the trimmings.

  • This simple yet filling recipe, made with a home-made chicken stock is packed with tasty tomatoes and butterbeans for an inexpensive lunch dish. It can be served as below, or whizzed up with a stick blender or food processor to create a ‘creamy’ version too!

  • This is a very different twist on our traditional Haggis Neeps and Tatties. This is great party food and should attract people who wouldn’t normally have haggis.

  • This classic lentil soup is a treat for vegetarians as well as meat eaters, and can be further enhanced with lots of different vegetables. Better still, it comes in at just 20 pence a serving – a fraction of what you’d pay for the posh supermarket equivalent.

  • Perfect for veggies (and vegans if you omit the cheese) this lentil bolognese is a brilliant weekend dinner option for just £1.40 a head. We promise carnivores won't even miss the meat!

  • Serve these tasty cheesy morsels alongside a colourful platter of veggie sticks and mixed dips for a 'crunch munch' fest.

  • A speedy supper for one made in one bowl that is delicious and saves on washing up!

  • This veggie stir-fry comes with extra savoury crunch thanks to a generous sprinkling of chopped cashew nuts. If you have small children, feel free to omit the cashews from their portions and add in any other veg you might have in the fridge.

  • This is a neat little dish for being creative with your leftovers. You can have them hot or cook them the night before to take cold to work for lunch. For best results keep your leftover veg in the fridge with your roast until you need them for this recipe.

  • This healthier version of nachos is a great way of using up root vegetables with Mexican dips and can be served as a snack or sharing starter when entertaining.