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Easy Lasagne Recipe: £0.96 per Serving

This easy recipe details how to make lasagne step-by-step, to fill your freezer with the best lasagne you’ll ever eat! Lasagne is the perfect dish to batch cook When I started my mission to cut my grocery spends in half, I became obsessed with batch cooking. Very quickly, I learned how to whip up several meals at once, saving lots of money, time and energy. Before learning how to make… Read More »Easy Lasagne Recipe: £0.96 per Serving

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Banana Bread Muffins: 16p Per Muffin

When life hands you bananas, make banana bread muffins with this easy recipe It’s been almost three years since we started trying to cut our food budget. So naturally, I’ve been working on making sure we waste as little as possible. And early on, we discovered that making banana bread is the best way to use up overripe bananas. Or is it? A few months ago, we started thinking, what… Read More »Banana Bread Muffins: 16p Per Muffin

Slow Cooker Beef Brisket Burrito Bowls- £1.69 per Portion

There are few things more satisfying than slow cooked meat. And right at the top of the pile is beef brisket. Slower cooker beef brisket is the ultimate comfort food. When we first started paying off debt, I found that eating lunch out was one of our biggest budget downfalls. Whether it was grabbing an uninspiring prepackaged sandwich on lunch break, or treating ourselves to something from the deli on… Read More »Slow Cooker Beef Brisket Burrito Bowls- £1.69 per Portion

My Budget Version of Pulled Pork: £1 per Portion

Pulled pork is one of my all time favourite treat meals. I’ve been making it for a few years now and I’m always surprised at how expensive the ready made versions are. Made at home, pulled pork is already the perfect budget meal. Even though this is a budget version of pulled pork, it’s as good as any ready made equivalent. The key to making amazing pulled pork is cooking… Read More »My Budget Version of Pulled Pork: £1 per Portion

Cajun Chicken Quinoa Salad Boxes On A Budget: £1.27 per Portion

When I first started meal planning, I only planned out dinners for the week. And even though we saw a decrease in the cost of groceries by organising our meals, the game changed when I started planning breakfast and lunches, too. Suddenly, we saw a huge drop in our weekly food spends. Previously, I bought lots of vague possibilities for breakfasts and lunches, which would then sit, unused, in the… Read More »Cajun Chicken Quinoa Salad Boxes On A Budget: £1.27 per Portion

Homemade Budget Pizza Dough – £0.13 per Portion

Pizza is life. So when we started tackling our debt, we kicked our weekly £25 takeaway pizza habit in favour of homemade pizza. When I first made pizza, I found the thought of making homemade pizza dough daunting. So I opted for a box of pizza dough mix that I just needed to add water to. It was cheap, maybe £1.50 per box for 2 large pizzas. But then people… Read More »Homemade Budget Pizza Dough – £0.13 per Portion

Budget Friendly Chicken & Bacon Pie: £1.27 per Portion

Pie is one of my all-time favourite comfort food dinners. In my opinion, there are two problems with supermarket ready made pies. They can be really expensive, and pretty unhealthy. Before tackling my debt, I had it in my head that making a pie was a massive ordeal, faffing about with homemade pastry and slow-cooking fillings for hours, and this is all before even baking the actual pie. When I… Read More »Budget Friendly Chicken & Bacon Pie: £1.27 per Portion