|Healthy Carrot And Beetroot Cake||A great treat if you are craving cake, but are on a diet!||6737||67%|
|Low Fat Zesty Meringe Pudding||There's no need to feel guilty about indulging in this pudding! 100% guilt free||6360||100%|
|Homemade Diy Pizza!||Try your hands at making your very own pizza from scratch at half the cost of a delivered pizza!||4668||100%|
|Smoky Mexican Pork Filled Tacos||Easy to make and share with your flatmates||4846||50%|
|Sausage,bean And Tomato Casserole||Super delicious to share with your flatmates||7228||100%|
|Meatball Chilli||Easy to make and great to share with your flatmates||9120||100%|
|Roasted Veg, Spinach And Ricotta Lasanga||Great for sharing with your flatmates, especially if you have a veggie flatmate.||17394||73%|
|Spicy Mexican Enchiladas||A little time and effort but definately worth it.||10388||100%|
|Cheap Pork Burgers||Very easy and cheap to make.||6539||100%|
|Chicken, Bacon And Broccoli Pasta Bake||Easy way to get a creamy, delicious pasta sauce in next to no time||25104||93%|
How much is your food shopping costing you every week? £20, maybe £25? Now we are coming to the very last few weeks of our loan, like many others, your bank account may well be running out of steam - so it’s more important than ever to avoid the infamous overdraft that’s creeping ever closer. By starting to shop and eat smart, you’ll find you can stretch those last few pounds that bit extra.
Do you often find yourself short on time around mealtimes, or just simply want to spend as little time in the kitchen as possible? It’s most likely the latter for the majority of students...
For most students, being healthy is easier said than done. But with one University study finding 94% of students wishing they were healthier, what’s stopping them? Well, the reality is, most don’t know where to start, so really it’s no surprise that most of us live off ready meals and takeaways.
Making pancakes on Shrove Tuesday was traditionally a way to use up any stocks of milk, butter and milk which were forbidden during Lent… but why do so many of us restrict ourselves to them once a year? They are delicious, cheap, incredibly versatile and easy – and so perfect for students.
Here is one drug addiction that is very much under the radar, but so common in the average student diet. Sugar. Very few of us really understand the damage that excessive consumption can do to our bodies, and the part they play in weight gain. Now we are at University we have the freedom to eat what we want, we could easily fall victim to one of the most highly addictive drugs.
Can you hear that? The cough, splutter and sneeze of the person sitting next, behind and opposite you in your library, lecture or living room… Yep, that’s right! It’s the flu season, yippee…
Breakfast – the most important meal of the day and as the saying goes… ‘Eat Breakfast like a King, Lunch like a Prince and Dinner like a Pauper’.
Hallelujah! We made it through the dreaded month that is January, usually full of rainy, cold weather and exams, revision and lots of stress. So now that it’s over, you (well, some of you) might feel all that hard work should be rewarded.
How often do you go meat free? Once, twice a week? Or maybe hardly ever? Going veggie at least once a week is not only beneficial to your health but also easy on the wallet for us students.
Have you made it your New Year’s resolution to get fit? How’s that going so far, bearing in mind only 8% of resolutions are successful … Not a surprise really, especially for students who are usually up to their eyes in revision, exams and deadlines throughout January. But so what if your resolution didn’t go to plan – there’s no time like the present to restart your get fit goals!
It’s got to that time of year where students are leaving uni, either full time or just for the summer and are heading off on holiday. If you are I am very jealous! It’s important you have everything you need packed and ready in your suitcase, here’s a checklist of things you might need and […]
Have you ever wondered what it would have been like to live in an era where food was rationed and supplies were scarce? 2014 marks the centenary of the First World War and Remembrance Day is a perfect way to remember the people who have been lost in wars, and to reflect on a generation affected by wars.
Christmas – it’s the most wonderful time of the year. It also means the end of a long, tiring but exciting term (especially for you fresher’s) at University. So seeing as most of us won’t be spending much of Christmas with our new found friends at Uni, why not make a day of it before everyone heads for the old homestead...
DON’T PANIC. I’m not about to tell you that your student loan is actually about to triple (although, at this rate, who knows?). However, what I am about to tell you may make you one of the rarest kinds of student – the kind that aren’t overdrawn by Christmas.
To all you partying freshers and you stressed out dissertation writers, listen up! Save your money and cook!