|Healthy Carrot And Beetroot Cake||A great treat if you are craving cake, but are on a diet!||6307||67%|
|Low Fat Zesty Meringe Pudding||There's no need to feel guilty about indulging in this pudding! 100% guilt free||6029||100%|
|Homemade Diy Pizza!||Try your hands at making your very own pizza from scratch at half the cost of a delivered pizza!||4413||100%|
|Smoky Mexican Pork Filled Tacos||Easy to make and share with your flatmates||4557||50%|
|Sausage,bean And Tomato Casserole||Super delicious to share with your flatmates||6927||100%|
|Meatball Chilli||Easy to make and great to share with your flatmates||8844||100%|
|Roasted Veg, Spinach And Ricotta Lasanga||Great for sharing with your flatmates, especially if you have a veggie flatmate.||16982||73%|
|Spicy Mexican Enchiladas||A little time and effort but definately worth it.||10001||100%|
|Cheap Pork Burgers||Very easy and cheap to make.||6255||100%|
|Chicken, Bacon And Broccoli Pasta Bake||Easy way to get a creamy, delicious pasta sauce in next to no time||24612||93%|
After the buzz and luxury of Christmas and New Year at home, not all of us are looking forward to going back to our lives at Uni. What’s more – January can be a particularly grim month for everyone with continuous bad weather, flu circling around campus and darker nights closing in. So here are some ideas in the kitchen that will help you fight off the January blues and start feeling good!
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...
Ready meals – very much the food baby of Western Civilisation. What’s more, us Brits are the worst in Europe for stocking up on them. £1.9bn was spent on ready meals in last year alone, double that of France and even triple that of Spain. More than 1/3 of adults in the UK admit to eating ready meals more than once a week – I wonder how many of those guilty are students...
Eggs – what’s not to love! They are the key to a healthy lifestyle, and as they are cheap as chips they are ideal for our health, budget and meals. They are a great source of protein and so satisfy our appetites, not to mention they provide a range of essential vitamins and minerals!
Don’t get me wrong – I like a drink. In fact, I’m feeling slightly ropey while writing this after a late night. However, after a lecture last week regarding the big subject, the reality of alcohol and its effects have started to hit home...
There’s something fishy going on around here…
Unfortunately, a typical student diet consists of highly processed, nutrient-poor fatty foods. However, there is one food that does not feature in our diets as often as it should do – fish.
Here we are again... and it’s the first week of November already! Where has all the time gone? Fresher’s Week seems like many moons ago now (or, it’s all just a bit of a blur to you!). Hopefully you have all settled in, had fun, made friends, attended lectures and are coping with your new student lifestyle. Whether you have made a real stab in the kitchen just yet now that might be another story...
You might think you’re too old for Halloween now, being a mature and individual university student... but think again!
Now, we students aren’t the only guilty ones. People of all ages seem to have this stereotypical idea that buying and cooking fresh food is more expensive than loading up on fast food and ready meals – when actually, they couldn’t be more wrong!
Can you feel the cold snap yet? Yep, autumn is coming – and whether you love the cold or not, fear not! Coming into season are some nutritious vegetables and fruits that will warm you up and keep you going through those early morning starts and keep the winter flu at bay. What’s more, supermarkets fresh weekly offers have started to sell these vegetables and fruits at prices that we can all afford!
Fancy getting your hands on a £50 Currys voucher to help cover the cost of a new iPad, those headphones or that essential cooking gadget you need before the new uni year kicks off? Currys are compiling a free student kit guidebook made up of suggestions from across the tech and student blogger community and would like […]
If you’re like me, you tend to experience a tonne of stress and anxiety in the run up to a big exam. A certain small amount of stress is good; it keeps you on your toes and shows you care! However, in excess it can lead to lack of sleep, poor appetite and prolonged bad moods, which can all have negative impacts on your exam performance if not dealt with head on.
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.
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.
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Why don't you pack a lunch today?? Here is an easy pasta and/or chickpea salad recipe to get you started! studentrecipes.com/recipes/cooking-for-one/easy-chickpea-or-pasta-salad