We like to make a habit of always keeping a pack of toaster waffles in the freezer. If you have some lying around, how about breakfast for dinner with our amazing croque madame waffles?
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.
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.
Craving a burger but worried about the effect it will have on your summer body? Well, never fear! Our tuna burgers will have you sorted in no time. Not only are they good for you, they are also super cheap. Here’s how to make your own tuna patties!
Peri-peri chicken wings are one of our favourite takeaways, but when you grab them from a fast food outlet, they aren’t always the healthiest option and can be a little pricey. So bookmark this recipe and make your own healthier and cheaper at home!
Sick of plain old pork bangers? Create beautiful budget meals with freezer finds from your local supermarket. Here’s how to bring new life to these cheap-as-chips ingredients, by using them to make a spicy pork calzone.
When it comes to staying on top of your grocery budget, the frozen food aisle can really make a big difference. Our shredded chicken burgers are just one way that you can turn frozen crumbed chicken into a delicious dinner for the family.
Looking for a meal that’s both low-carb and low-cost? These Asian egg wraps will keep you full and satisfied with plenty of shrimp and fresh veg, all wrapped up in a scrumptious omelette.
The tummy warming flavours from North Africa are all you need to bring new life to a chicken dinner. Our Moroccan roast chicken is inexpensive to cook and makes for some amazing next-day leftovers.
We took some simple vegetarian ingredients and turned them into a lovely starter or, in larger portions, our dal soup makes a great cheap and cheerful family dinner. And remember that because they are small, split in half and skinned, red lentils are the quickest cooking of all pulses. However, they tend to disintegrate – this makes them great for dals and soups, less so for salads or sides.