Use up the innards of your Halloween pumpkin in this super easy and very tasty soup. Not Halloween? Use any pumpkin or a butternut squash
If you take 250g flour, some yeast and water, you can add many, many different things to it and get a lovely loaf, with 4 portions, to use for any meal
Very, very variable oaty biscuit recipe, much, much too moreish
These falafel are pan fried and served with a super simple salad of carrot and peanuts. Add different spices to ring the changes
A delicious marmalade sponge that can be baked in the oven, microwaved or steamed. Great after Sunday lunch!
I love this soup, it is my go to for a soup for lunch. I usually add a tsp of ginger paste from a jar, a tsp of garlic paste, and a tsp of turmeric to give it a lovely spicy kick, and at 16p a serving, you can have a big bowl.
A delicious vegan pesto using broccoli – use it to dress pasta, in a sandwich, on toast or a jkt potato. We need smelly-web!
This delicious preserve uses the carcasses of zested and juiced lemons to make a wonderful, slightly bitter marmalade type jam. Love your leftovers!
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