|Microwave Eggs On The Go||A no excuse breakfast||5228||88%|
|Chocolate Rocks||Yummy and crunchy....you just can't stop at one||9319||92%|
|Mini Thalipeeth||Gluten free snack that can be a base for pizzas,canapes,etc.||3235||100%|
|Date And Peanut Balls||A simple snack for those sweet cravings||4766||50%|
|Fish Fry||A simple fish fry with little spices||9696||93%|
|Dal Methi||A simple,absolutely delicious,maharashtrian (indian) dal||14859||85%|
|Rice Tikkis||Delicious patties made from leftover rice||24918||96%|
|Piyush||A yum indian smoothie||2213||80%|
|Chow Chow||A nice way to use up the leftovers||11977||75%|
|Healthy Drumstick Soup||A yum soup made from ingredients you won't believe can taste so good||17116||89%|
It’s no surprise that you have already started collecting a vast amount of costumes for those themed uni nights out with your friends. Unfortunately even with our loans or part-time jobs at uni, costumes can sometimes be on the pricey side but they really don’t have to be if you shop around.
Here we are at the end of my cookbook reviews and we’re finishing off with two very different books… one being cooking on a hefty budget whereas the other is on the other end of the scale, which most students can relate to experiencing, being skint. So if you’ve got the luxury of an extended budget or are really scraping the pennies together – check out these reviews and see whether they are what you are looking for.
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.
As a student, money can be a struggle so in any area you can save, you definitely should. Whether that is by cutting back on nights out, doing a little less shopping or visiting some of these sites I am about to give you, it all helps!
It’s a new year and a fresh new start. I know a lot of students are getting on the ‘health kick’ bandwagon and are wanting to cook better and healthier meals for themselves to give them that brain power and kick to start the day. By cooking your own meals as a student you can cook in larger batches that can be stored away in the fridge or freezer for a later date. This not only saves students money but also keeps those pesky take-aways at bay that students often delve for when they start to run out of food or money.
bagels with leeks and cheese https://t.co/H9dhGTc37o
spicy tuna fishcakes https://t.co/7nYIt0YFdw
Extra tasty scrambled eggs https://t.co/DQfw5ulzOj
KuliKKi Sarbath https://t.co/rQXtkr84pB
Beef Stew and Dumpings https://t.co/g2CMwLhscI