Bread is one of the most wasted food items. The simplest way to avoid waste is to keep your bread in the freezer. Slice it first if necessary. Then just take out what you want , when you want it. That way, you won’t ever have any stale bread.
Home made ice cream for a baking hot day, no machinery required, simply stir and freeze
Packing school lunches or adult packed lunches is bad enough. If you’re also trying to minimise the cost the whole thing becomes a massive pain
This spicy carrot and lentil soup uses chicken stock made when processing a roast chicken carcass. The stock brings a great deal of flavour to the soup.
This recipe is from a series showing how 1 medium chicken can be used to make 7 different frugal chicken recipes and feed your family for a week!
Chicken pizza, with onions and peppers – one of a series of recipes to make one chicken last a family a whole week
A delicious tart made with chicken, onion and sweetcorn. Part of a series to see how many many portions I could get from 1 chicken
Chicken and vegetable risotto made from leftover roasted chicken, red pepper, and pak choi. Made without wine
How to stretch a chicken to feed the family for the whole week with 7 different budget stretching chicken recipes
A tender sponge containing puréed citrus peel, topped with cream cheese frosting. Vary by using all lemon, all orange, all lime, or a mixture
A creamy vegetarian soup made with white cabbage and a good stock. Super simple!
A delicious fresh ginger tea. Great for digestion and acid reflux as well as simply a lovely caffeine free option