|Healthy Caramelised Banana||An amazingly delicious, quick, cheap, easy and healthy dish!||9913||36%|
|Unreal Toastie||Chill out! it's just a sandwich!||6358||50%|
|Sexy Choc Banana||Love it ;)||5390||71%|
|Frappuccino Style Coffee||You'll love this one!||3557||100%|
|Perfect Steamed Salmon With Asparagus||Easy, delicious, healthy and you don't need a steamer!||4933||67%|
|Amazing Homemade Fries!||Delicious fries, quick and easy, minimal ingredients!||14478||93%|
|Epic Hangover Cure||Thank me later ;)||11379||55%|
|Cheesy sausage!||Yummy easy and quick!||4093||60%|
Here at StudentRecipes.com towers, we think it's a safe assumption that the majority of students - be it GCSE, A-level or degree level - will have paid a visit to a Tesco supermarket. These days, supermarkets come in all shapes and sizes: express, metro, megastore, superstore and Tesco is not an exception and now it's even gone virtual!...
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Here we are at the end of the Student Summer Detox with guilt free and healthy snack and treat ideas. For those of you dedicated readers of the SSD (i.e. Student Summer Detox), if anything I want you to have learnt from these blogs is that cooking and healthy eating isn’t impossible or boring – there’s no deprivation or starvation, just enjoying fresh and nutritious food and feeling good on the inside!
Fresher’s week is the week where you really get the impression of what your university life is going to be like. However, it’s not just a long 3 year party that some people make it out to be. Once your time table is shown, the thought of university work, lectures and study can become a […]
With the type of supermarkets we shop in nowadays we don’t tend to worry about whether we are eating seasonal fruit and vegetables; freezing and refrigerating have changed the food we have access to all year round. However you may not always realise it but certain fruit and veg may be cheaper at certain times … Continue reading How to use seasonal vegetables to your advantage part 1: autumn