Store-cupboard recipes to get you through - both our favourites and yours
FELICITY CLOAKE'S PERFECT BANANA BREAD
Victoria tested this at the weekend and can verify it's a winner.
No walnuts to hand? Sub in chocolate chips, pecans, coconut chips or leave this one out altogether.
DIANA HENRY'S COCONUT & CHICKPEA DAHL
Take a look in your cupboard - see chickpeas, coconut milk and ten million different spices?
You probably have everything you need for this. Hannah used coconut cream instead of milk and thinned it out with chopped tomatoes.
JACKIE MIDDLETON'S CAPRESE FRITTATA
Admittedly, we played fast and loose with the recipe for this one - basically stealing the egg to cream ratio, and adding tomatoes, feta and dried basil.
But that's what frittatas are all about, using up whatever's around.
NIGEL SLATER'S SAUSAGES AND MUSTARD
You can always rely on old Nigel for simplicity - here he is again with another classic.
If you've got some decent sausages in the fridge or freezer, now's the time to use them up for a delicious dinner.
ALISON ROMAN'S SALTED BUTTER & CHOCOLATE CHUNK SHORTBREAD COOKIES
You've probably seen at least one person on your Instagram feed talk about THE Alison Roman cookies, which - we can confirm - do live up to the hype.
JAMIE OLIVER'S PAELLA
This recipe is for chicken and chorizo paella but Becca used just prawns and it was just as delicious. With rice, stock and frozen peas, this is a store cupboard hero.
MELISSA CLARK'S OLIVE OIL ZUCCHINI BREAD
More of a legit 'bread' than banana bread, this courgette (to you and me) loaf is good on its own but even better spread with butter, cream cheese, or whatever you're feeling.
BON APPETIT SOUR CREAM & SPRING ONION BISCUITS
Yes, they call them scallions and yes, they call them biscuits but trust us, don't let the terminology differences put you off making these beauties.
PAUL HOLLYWOOD'S STILTON & WALNUT SODA BREAD
Soda bread is (perhaps the only thing that is) great for a lockdown. No buttermilk? Sour some milk with lemon or vinegar. No Stilton or walnut? Replace with another firm cheese or nut, or leave it out altogether.