This recipe came about when I was challenged to create an 8th day on Meal Plan 1 using remaining groceries. Whatever nuts you have in can be used in place of the peanuts. Or make a nut butter and spread it on
Simple little fritters, very quick and easy, and just 30p a serving. Change it up by using the peas as the fritter and the corn as the side
Raisins in a sandwich and pan fried? Ooh, yum! Yes please. A super simple anytime snack
a delicious vegan crumble to serve 2 and only 52p a serving, part of a 7 day meal plan to eat on £1 a day
A lovely, slicing, easy to make fruit loaf. Use any dried fruit you have. Cuts into 12 slices at 8p a slice
Home made apricot jam that tastes better than Bonne Maman and is a lit cheaper! Fresh and zingy with lemon juice. Very easy to make
This easy sticky chicken recipe of honey soy chicken drumsticks or thighs is super tasty, quick to make and fits most budgets
The book club I’m in has rules – we all take it in turns to choose a book; we can’t have read it before; and it must cost £5-£6 maximum. This month, we all had to choose three books and we’ll decide which ones we’re going to read. I liked the sound of many of them and I now have an enormous pile of books ‘to be read’!
These little lentil balls are very tasty and could be used much like falafel. Very many flavour variations are possible
Chocolate scones are a bit different and very delicious. We had one with thick cream and bottled dark cherries. Rock on Black Forest revival!
Cauliflower leaves and stems. Do you use them? Use as a vegetable, put in curries, stews and casseroles. Or I’ve found finely shredding them using the food processor gives me loads of ways to use them up.
These vegetable muffins are very light and taste delicious. Would be lovely tucked into a lunchbox, or enjoyed alongside a bowl of delicious soup