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Gluten-free hot cross buns

Gluten-free hot cross buns

Nutritional therapist Holly Sugars of Food Envy shares her recipe for these healthy, gluten-free hot cross buns which all the family will love.

Raw Pad Thai

Raw Pad Thai

Nutritional therapist Holly Sugars of Food Envy shares her recipe for this favourite spicy Thai dish with a super healthy twist to get your New Year off to a great start.

Roasted pumpkin and peach salad

Roasted pumpkin and peach salad

A tasty roasted pumpkin and peach salad provided by Food Envy London's Holly Sugars

Pumpkin, basil, goats’ cheese and fig tart

Pumpkin, basil, goats’ cheese and fig tart

Food Envy London's pumpkin, basil, goats' cheese and fig tart

Richly Spiced Bonfire Night Parkin

Richly Spiced Bonfire Night Parkin

Parkin is not just for Bonfire Night, of course, but there's nothing like munching on a square of this treacly and slightly chewy cake while watching the fireworks! Wrap into greaseproof parcels and hand out with mugs of steaming hot chocolate.

Kathy’s Pecan & Pumpkin Tart

Kathy’s Pecan & Pumpkin Tart

This delicious seasonal recipe from Secretts was devised by friend-of-the-farm Kathy Lockett who worked in the farm office for many years. Roasting the pumpkin first gives the finished tart a lovely caramel note.

Warm apple cakes

Warm apple cakes

Quick and easy recipe for warm apple cakes. This recipe from Garsons at Esher makes great use of seasonal ingredients from their Pick Your Own fields. Enjoy warm from the oven, dusted with icing sugar and served with crème fraiche and fresh blackberries.

Golden Summer Gazpacho

Golden Summer Gazpacho

Easy to prepare, this fresh recipe by chef Lisa King of The Elsted Inn near Midhurst is delicious as a starter or light lunch. Using the finest vine-ripened tomatoes from nearby Nutborne Nursery this dish reflects the full flavour of the summer garden. You may use any type of garnish, for this recipe vegetables are used but you could easily garnish it with cooked king prawns and make a lovely summer supper.

Hands-off basil and cherry tomato focaccia by The Epsom Bakehouse

Hands-off basil and cherry tomato focaccia by The Epsom Bakehouse

Think you don’t have time to make tasty homemade bread for lunch this weekend? Think again. This hands-off focaccia from The Epsom Bakehouse requires minimal effort but produces great results for a lunchtime showstopper.

Jack's Oat and Stout Soda Bread

Jack's Oat and Stout Soda Bread

Soda bread is very quick to make and delicious too! A cross between a bread and a scone, the reaction of bicarbonate of soda with the acidity of the buttermilk is what gives it rise, and because of this it will naturally be a more dense bread. "Stout gives a really deep flavour, and I love the toasty oat biscuity-ness that comes from using oat flour," says Jack. "I always make my own by putting rolled oats into a food processor, that way I can keep it nice and coarse."