Savoury, sweet and really easy to make – these will ensure your Bonfire Night gets off to a bang
Ultra tender, melt-in-the-mouth pork – and when served in a soft roll topped with a toffee apple sauce, it takes a sandwich to a whole new level.
Hot in temperature and spice, this is a stew that thinks it's a soup – and that's a winner for your party.
A full-on-flavour meatball with lashings of tomato sauce.
This one has it all – sponge, chocolate and a great sparkle to make a party centrepiece.
Succulent and juicy, these burgers are great to eat around the bonfire.
Crispy on the outside and soft in the middle.
It's well worth the wait to make these tender, flavoursome ribs.
The perfect combination, with the peppers adding a freshness to the sweet butternut squash.
No frills with this classic recipe – crisp on the top and gooey in the middle.
These are great served warm from the oven and are easy to carry too.
A crispy pastry parcel packed with meat and root vegetables.
Melt chocolate and combine with sweet treats, then just fill a baking tin and chill for a slice of chocolate heaven.
Mini bakes filled with eggs and spinach – a great vegetarian snack.
Seasoned and pan fried for a few minutes, then all wrapped up in a tortilla.
With crisp toffee and juicy apples, these are easier to make than you think.
Tasty bites of pork with a fruity twist.
Fill a baking tin with a rich chocolate cake mix. Bake, top with mallows and brown them off.
Carrot cake is always moist and flavourful, but topped with buttercream and walnuts it becomes a baking masterpiece.
Lovely bites of pork sausage with herbs, all baked in a light shortcrust pastry.
The fruit softens as the pastry crisps to create a dessert that goes brilliantly with ice cream.
Topped with salami, lashings of cheese and tomato sauce, this is a great pizza to share.