|Cup a Soup Stew Bake||Hearty, warming Stew!||7328||49%|
|Homemade micro pasta sauce||Easy quick pasta sauce||3799||61%|
|Micro-pasta||When you're too lazy to boil water||4914||56%|
|Irish Hot Chocolate||Yummy and chocolatey||4255||57%|
|Meatballs||Yummy, easy meatballs||6837||57%|
|Micro-veggies||For those of us who can't be bothered to boil||4763||56%|
|Italian bread||Made from basically nothing, really delicious||4779||54%|
|Sloppy, sloppy joes||A messy but delicious sandwich||3839||52%|
|Peanut butter salmon||weirdly delicious||4983||59%|
|Cheap canapes||ultra-cheap canapes that will impress anyone!||8799||53%|
Time flies when you’re having fun, and before you know it you’ll be packing your stuff back up even though it only seems like yesterday when you moved in. Hopefully for most of you in first year at Uni, living in halls of residence has been a good experience, sure it’s never a smooth ride for anybody but hopefully you’ve had fun, met some great people and most importantly enjoyed yourself.
As a student we are all constantly living off of our loans, making them stretch as far as we possibly can. However it has got to that time of year where we are scrimping and saving until it’s time to go home for Christmas, waiting to come back to start the second semester with the brand new installment of our student loan; therefore it is important to make our food to keep us fuller for longer. With December seeing the beginning of winter and the nights are fully drawn in it is important as well to make sure the food we eat keeps us not only full, but warm.
Recently I have been making sure I stick to my goals by jumping on the green smoothie bandwagon. So I thought I would share a few tips with you on how to make the perfect green smoothie that will keep you energised and feeling more vibrant along with maintaining a healthier student lifestyle! What do […]
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.
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...