We bet you didn’t know you could get so creative with tomato soup! Try this savoury tomato soup tart with mozzarella for a weeknight feast.
Why head out when you can stay in and prep your favourite comfort treats at home? Try these falafel-style Scotch eggs for a yummy breakfast!
Cooking on a budget? This savoury French toast with chakalaka and baked beans make a wholesome local brekkies, minus the costs!
Whether it’s dinner or lunch, this baked chicken with olives and tomatoes is a great dish for meal prepping to save you time during the week.
Chicken Parmesan on a budget? And with only 5 ingredients? Yep, we did it! Whip it up for dinner tonight, and you can thank us later.
Save time and money by learning to cook delicious dishes with ready-made goods from the grocery store. Grab yourself a pack of toaster waffles to make these chicken and corn waffle tacos.
Did you know that butter beans are a low-density energy food? This means that they have a low-calorie count relative to their serving size! Add more of them to your diet to help you maintain a healthy weight. We love serving our butter bean and sweet potato pot with couscous or quinoa. Yum!
Have you always wanted to learn to make your own restaurant-style stuffed chicken breasts? We’re making it easy for you by keeping it simple and using seasonal, budget-friendly ingredients only.
Swoodles? We just can’t get enough of sweet potato noodles! If you don’t have a spiraliser at home, just use your veggie peeler to slice long strips from your sweet potatoes. And then cook them into our chicken and swoodle stir-fry, of course.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. We can’t get enough of brinjal toasties! They’re a healthier option and they’re just as crispy and tasty. They can also be budget-friendly if you make them like ours and fill them with tuna.