Baby bacon and spinach frittatas

Preparing your own baby food is simple and budget-friendly. Start with purees and move onto finger foods like these mini bacon and spinach frittatas. Perfect if your child has been introduced to eggs and is more interested in handling their own food now than having you feed it to them.

Spicy Spanish eggs

The humble egg has had some bad press over the years but eggs are packed full of vitamins and minerals and are a great source of protein. They are an all-round great source of nutrition and are the perfect fast food to have in your fridge.

Boiled eggs

Boiled eggs are nutritious, delicious and an economical way to get some quick protein at breakfast. People often joke about not even being able to boil an egg but it's easy if you follow a few simple rules. Use the best eggs you can get. Organic or free range and fresh!

Easy egg pikelets

These easy egg pikelets will have even the fussiest of eaters begging for more! Light, fluffy and SO moreish, these little bites are great for after-school snacks or served alongside some streamed veggies for an easy-peasy kids' dinner.

Scrambled eggs

Scrambled eggs are one of the most popular ways to serve eggs for breakfast - particularly on lazy Sunday mornings. Now you can discover the secret to serving perfectly cooked scrambled eggs every time.

Quiche in a cup

Want some quiche but don't want to make a whole dish? Then this quiche recipe is for you and you won't even need an oven because it's made in the microwave.

Savoury tart

This savoury tart recipe is a great base for you to add your choice of fillings. This one contains sweet potato, onion and sage in a base of eggs with cream. Of course if making pastry isn’t your thing, then definitely use thawed ready-rolled shortcrust pastry from the supermarket.