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For when you're peckish between meals
Lazy weekends & busy  week days
Oh, but I'm sweet enough
Recipes for easy-peasy dinners

April 13, 2018

I la la love noodles! They are so simple and you can pretty much add any veggies to them, so they're perfect for a student budget! I like to use Ginger, Garlic and Chilli as they are so fresh and fiery and work well as a base for most Asian dishes. The flavours really...

September 18, 2016

I am an avid fan of Butternut Squash. You can stuff it, roast it, mash it... love it! This is a really easy and delicious recipe idea to use up the bottom section of the Butternut Squash that often gets chucked!

You will need:

1 Butternut Squash (the bottom end)

1 Carrot

A...

August 31, 2016

 Everybody loves chips but they're not the healthiest of treats! However these Rosemary thick cut Chips are one of my favourites! They're delicious to have on their own with some spicy Sriracha, to accompany some other roasted veggies or a vegan bean chilli! Big bit of...

August 28, 2016

This blog post is purely to recommend some items I have bought, tried and loved. They're all within the student budget, as well as being pretty healthy and suitable for vegetarians and vegans. 

As someone who doesn't eat dairy I do find myself missing cheese sometimes...

August 20, 2016

Mexican is one of the easiest and tastiest foods to make even with a small budget. All you really need is a selection of beans, tinned tomatoes and spices and then you can experiment, alter and adapt recipes as you go. Mexican is my go to meal when I'm tired and want s...

August 16, 2016

I’ve always had a love for food. I studied food technology at school, I’ve worked in a kitchen on and off from the age of 16, and spend a lot of my time cooking and thinking up recipe ideas. I also LOVE eating out and occasionally having dinner party’s with friends whi...

August 12, 2016

 Sometimes you just need a bit of comfort food. Since cutting out dairy there have been lots recipes that I've stopped making due to their high dairy content. However since discovering some great dairy-free alternatives I can re-discover these recipes again!! This reci...

August 10, 2016

Curry is probably my favorite dish to make. It is simple, cheap and tastes delicious. It's a good way to use up bits your fridge/ cupboard or scrape together a dinner when you're short of money at the end of the month. I LOVE Lentils and I always make sure my cupboards...

August 9, 2016

 serving suggestion: roasted herby potatoes, red cabbage, peppers, chopped spinach & seeds

I love making (and eating) brunch, its such a nice treat to have at the end of the week and to welcome in the weekend. I've created a number of different versions of this recipe b...

August 9, 2016

Serving suggestion:

 Satay Rice Noodles (crunchy Peanut Butter, Olive Oil, a dash of Soy and a dash of Honey), Crispy Baked Spring Onions and a sprinkle of Sesame Seeds 😊

Aubergine is a love it or hate it vegetable. A lot of people I have spoken to think it is weird, ru...

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