To celebrate today’s launch of the fab UK Money Bloggers website (a site to bring together personal finance bloggers in the UK) we decided to short-list individuals or companies who are our top money heroes and villains of 2015. My money hero is Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall. You can read the whole list of money heroes and villains (including my piece) on […]
As part of my drive to use up anything out of date or close to its end-date from my store cupboards I needed to find a use for a pack of dessicated coconut. Sweet treats are always scrummy but this recipe for cocoa and coconut brownies is to die for and makes 36 bites for under £4.50.
Welcome to the empty fridge challenge linkup party. An opportunity to take part in reducing food waste and using up those stockpiles of red kidney beans and super noodles that you bought “because they were on offer”!!
OK – here we go the mealplan for the 40 day food challenge is written! This is an extended mealplan for eating across a long space of time with a very low budget.
This post is inspired by the lovely Sarah James on Twitter who made a homemade Eton mess the other day – reminding me I had 2 frozen egg whites in the freezer from when I recently made a quiche which gave me the perfect excuse for making a summer pavlova.
Yep – frugal doesn’t spring to mind when you think of lamb tagine – a notoriously expensive meat at the best of times (at least it is in the UK) but this recipe uses all store-cupboard ingredients to make a fragrant and (because it’s got fruit in it) healthy dinner!
There are times during your debt-free journey when things are just so close to the knuckle it wears you down. These are the toughest times, waiting for Mr CR’s first paycheck from his new job, almost at the end of the month, very very little money left in the bank. How will we cope?