Less waste, less cost, more taste!
Get the most from your ingredients
The clever recipes in this cookbook show you how to cook fantastic food using good quality, affordable ingredients with minimum waste. *
Leftovers are rare but where ingredients are spare we give you tips on how to use them up or store them.
100 easy to prepare, triple-tested recipes
Fantastic Food For Less recipes have been triple-tested to ensure perfect results first time!
- Soups & Snacks
- Main Courses
- Desserts & Bakes
Quick & Easy
or Take It Easy
There are two types of recipes:
Quick & Easy - can be on the table in 30 minutes or less.
Take it Easy - allowing you to do something else while they cook slowly.
Now that is helpful!
It's about cooking delicious meals more economically - each recipe is simple to cook, tastes fabulous and won't cost the earth.
The average UK family wastes nearly £60 a month by throwing away food.*
Sticky Toffee & Banana Pudding
‘10/10 this was amazing!’
Pesto Crusted Salmon ‘This is so easy!
10/10 for flavour with little effort.’
Creamy Vegetable Crumble
‘10/10 really delicious.’
‘I am always excited about each new cookbook, but in the case of Fantastic Food I had to keep the proofs in my kitchen before it was even printed!
When the testers give every recipe 9 or 10 out of 10 it shows it’s a great book.
It’s my absolute favourite and we use the recipes all the time – they’re simple to prepare, great value and all the family love them.’
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Fantastic Food For Less
'10/10 for flavour with little effort.'
*The average UK family wastes nearly £60 a month by throwing away food, according to the WRAP report, ‘Household food and drink waste in the UK 2012’.
A high quality hardback book, printed in full colour. Size: 215x160mm (8½x6¼”)
100 triple-tested recipes
Beautiful full-page photography
Shopping and storing tips
How to use the leftovers
QR code shopping lists
Fantastic Food For Less is the latest addition to our best-selling Dairy Cookbook series which has 3,000,000+ sales to date.
There are lots more recipes available on our blog Dairy Diary Chat and in our Recipe Library