Royal Holloway University of London
A dairy intolerant veggie, I love to cook and create recipes that are cheap, quick, and healthy when possible! Eating and living well despite my student budget is my number one priority
Vegetable Stir Fry with Noodles
This vegetable stir fry includes Carrot, Pepper and Broccoli, but you can use swap any of them out with whatever vegetables you want.
Mushroom and Herb Omelette
Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch or a light dinner - Omelettes are a student favourite! You can use whatever type of mushrooms you want in this recipe - or whatever is cheapest.
Stir-fried Mushroom Rice Bowl
A hearty meal with plenty of vegetarian protein, and at least two of your five a day!
Roasted Vegetable Pasta
Comfort food which is actually healthy!
Tuna Pasta Bake
A student staple for a reason, this meal is cheap, easy to prepare, and super tasty!
Serves 3 - 5
Filling, healthy, and cheap, add whatever leftover veg you have. You can make a great batch of this frugal and hearty stew, freeze individual portions, and reheat when you’re running low on supplies.
Leek and Mushroom Tart
Super easy to make, impressive to look at, and really tasty; this can be served as a lunch or dinner depending on portion size!
Enough fruit, caffeine, and sugar to keep you going- all whizzed up in under two minutes!
Pitta Bread Pizzas
Healthier and cheaper than a takeaway pizza, these make for a quick lunch or dinner. Follow the recipe for my favourite vegetarian flavours or use whatever toppings you like!
Spinach and Chickpea Curry
Great on top of fluffy white rice or with a naan bread, this vegan recipe uses only canned and frozen ingredients which are cheap and keep for ages.
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