Save money on food even when you’re busy

When I first started my blog, I simply wanted to show students how easy it is to save money and eat great food. As I’ve begun to grow, and people of all ages have started looking at my content. I realised it’s not just students but everyone who wants to save money and eat food! […]

Protein powders don't have to be expensive

Protein powering your workout

Recently, I’ve started to adapt my time in the gym to focus on toning and definition rather than weight loss and cardio. I try and spend three days a week on weight training and only 1-day doing cardio (I also hate cardio, so this works better for my motivation). As a result, I found myself […]

Peanut butter noodles and healthy and tasty

Peanut butter noodles

£1.13     20 minutes     Serves 1 These tasty peanut butter noodles are perfect hot or cold. Ideal for lunch or dinner, this is a quick recipe filled with vegetables and protein. All you need is 2 carrots Handful of kale 1 portion of noodles 1 1/2 tbsp peanut butter 2 tbsp hot […]

Buying seasonal food can save you money

May: Seasonal Food

Eating seasonal food is a great way to save money and try something new, as a result, I’ve rounded up what foods are best right now, what’s coming in and what’s on it’s way out. By buying products which are in season, you’re more likely to save money. This is because they can be easily […]

25p for a healthy breakfast to use up leftover bread

#LoveFood: Cinnamon Toast

My #LoveFood recipe series continues this week, to try and help you cut down on food waste. This week I’m turning my attention to bread. A few months ago it was revealed that Brits bin over a million slices of bread every hour. Many people don’t know how to store it or what to do […]

#LoveFood: Carrot and Courgette Pasta

Recent food waste has come under fire with statistics showing that the UK bin £13 billion worth of food in 2015. In an effort to cut down food waste I’m going to creating recipes to help you use up the ingredients you throw away most often. Today’s recipe is for Natasha Fish who sent me […]

Roasted chickpeas

£0.62    Ready in an hour     Serves 4 All you need is 1 tin of chickpeas 2 tbsp paprika 1 tsp balsamic vinegar 1 tsp olive oil 1 tsp garlic powder To make it just Pre-heat your oven to 180°C/160°C Fan/Gas Mark 4. Drain the chickpeas then place on kitchen paper and pat dry. […]

Amor’s 30 Under 30 – I co-wrote a book

“Empowered women, empower women” Growing up I was always encouraged to read, my mum would make us sit at the table and read for half an hour a day after doing our homework. As I’ve grown up I’ve tried not forget my love of reading, some days it can be hard to find time to […]

Good and bad sugars; what are the alternatives?

Sugar has come under fire a lot this week, and really I’m not surprised. The sugar tax came into effect and while many may argue it’s bad and that it’s going to promote the use of artificial sweeteners, I think it’s brilliant! The tax has been installed to discourage parents from buying high sugar content […]