Autumn is a season that's bursting with opportunity when it comes to baking and making. With an abundance of butternut squash, walnuts, parsnips, satsumas, cranberries and more to pick from in the greengrocery aisle on Market Street. Here are some of our favourite ways to make the most of fresh in-season ingredients.

Aubergine Wraps

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Aubergine and Mozzarella Wraps

Aubergines are at their best barbecued - and it's the easiest way to cook them. You'll love the hot, oozing mozzarella in these Italian-inspired wraps.

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Flap(ple)jack

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Flap(ple)jack

These mini flapjack bites are just the right size for a teatime or lunchtime treat. Topped with red-skinned apples, they look as good as they taste.

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Cranberry Pop

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Cranberry Pop

Try adding cranberries to your popcorn for an added element of sweetness - mixed with the sea salt it makes a great sweet 'n' salty popcorn.

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Stilton Pears

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Baked Pears with Stilton and Honey

A delicious and elegant dish, which is easy to prepare for a dish with a difference - ideal as a dessert to combine something sweet with your cheese course.

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Mushroom Roulade

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Mushroom, Red Pepper and Blue Cheese Roulade

Prepare this dish the day before and keep chilled in the fridge - ideal for a very vegetarian autumn serving.

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Beef Massaman

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Beef Massaman Curry

A mild curry with a slight sweetness, this warming dish brings together coriander and chillies (at their best in autumn) to create a delicious dish for when the nights draw in. Serve with rice and naan bread.

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Pecan Tarte

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Apple, Pear & Pecan Tart

This tart recipe makes the most of delicious, seasonal apples and pears. The pecans add a lovely texture and flavour to the tart, which serves up wonderfully with a dollop of cream.

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Walnut Pasta

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Creamy Wild Mushroom and Walnut Pasta

A rich and indulgent pasta dish, perfect for a romantic dinner for two. You can substitute fresh mushrooms for some of the dried ones, but not all of them or the flavour will be much less intense.

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