Eight cosy Autumnal dishes that are easy to make, healthy, warming and filling! Use these recipes as inspiration for your own creations…

Beef & Ale Stew with Gluten-Free Dumplings

Slow cooking or casseroling is ideal for tenderising cheaper cuts of meat. What could be better on a miserable weekend or dark evening than settling down to a rich, meaty stew with fluffy gluten-free dumplings to soak up that flavoursome gravy!

Three Bean Chilli

This is the ideal, no-fuss way to use dried beans and pulses. We served this with Ciabatta, but you can serve with tortilla wraps, boiled rice or other breads.

Vegetable & Macaroni Cheese

This comforting veggie and pasta bakes is gluten-free and a great dish for cheese lovers! It is a healthier take on British classic! Don’t forget to stock up on our gluten-free pasta

Pearled Spelt & Wild Mushroom Risotto

We urge you not to make this Risotto without the Porcini Mushroom, which is really the star of the show. This particular variety of mushroom adds a complexity of flavour that is not merely mushroomy, but earthy, meaty and thoroughly satisfying.

Coconut Potato Curry with Basil & Cashews (via joanne-eatswellwithothers.com)

Basil is the secret ingredient in this vegan-friendly curry. It makes delicious use of new potatoes, cherry tomatoes and cashews all gently spiced with the essential garam masala, cumin seeds and cayenne pepper!

Chicken and Mushroom Pie (Gluten Free)

This gluten-free dish is a great alternative to the traditional Sunday roast! Add sweetcorn or asparagus or leeks to the filling for a more substantial bake! Make sure you stock up on gluten-free flour!

Creamy Pumpkin Pasta with Parmesan and Sage (via bakeyourday.net)

Autumn is a great time to enjoy pumpkins. Pumpkin purée works so well in so many different dishes! We love this simple yet delicious pasta dish! Sage, Pumpkin, Parmesan and pasta – what more could you want?

Vegetable Lentil Shepherd's Pie (via yummymummykitchen.com)

Vegetarians rejoice! The traditional meaty shepherds pie has been given a veggie makeover! Lentils make a great substitution for meat and are really filling! Top with a sweet potato mash for an even healthier version!