Gluten free on a budget - Veggie Burgers

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Ingredients price per portion


1 400g Tin of Kidney beans 30p
1 325g Tin of Sweetcorn 50p (frozen might even be cheaper)
1 tablespoon Oregano roughly 10p
Ground black corn pepper roughly 10p
1 table spoon Gluten free Worcester sauce roughly 10p
Gluten free flour roughly 20p (I don't measure this out, add until right consistency)
Preferred cooking oil roughly 10p


Makes 8 burgers = £1.40


I add the kidney beans (drained), sweetcorn (drained) oregano, pepper, worcester sauce & pepper to a food processor and blend.  I then add flour until I get the consistency I like, not to sticky and can be lifted and moulded into burger shapes easily.

Once ready I heat a little oil in a frying pan and start to cook them. I like to brown them off in the pan and finish them in the oven to cook evenly through the middle. 

I only cook 4 at a time and freeze the other 4 which saves time for another meal.  These are great in burger buns or even cut up into wraps.


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Gluten free vegetarian lasagne recipe

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Ingredients
gluten free lasagne sheets
Courgettes x 2
tinned tomatoes x 2
large tomatoes x 4
garlic
carrots
broccoli
cumin
gluten free Worcester sauce
salt
pepper
oregano
veg stock cube x 2
cheese
cornflour
milk




Von chef food processor

Step 1 
prep all veg
slice courgettes, tomatoes
grate carrots, broccoli & cheese
(How did I ever manage without my food processor! It creates the perfect slices instantly)


Step 2

In a pan put the tinned tomatoes, carrots & broccoli
add 2 teaspoons cumin
2 teaspoons garlic
2 teaspoons oregano
2 stock cubes & some boiled water
tablespoon Worcester sauce
pepper & salt to your own taste
let it simmer
(I always taste this as it simmers and add more of these ingredients if needed)



Step 3

In a pot add milk & let it simmer
Once heated slowly add the grated cheese and mix
Once cheese is fully blended add a teaspoon of cornflour at a time until it's a thicker consistency


Step 4

Layer with the courgette, tomato slices, lasagna sheets, tomato & carrot mixture & cheese sauce









Step 5

cook in 180 degrees celsius for 40 minutes 
keep checking & test with knife to see if lasagna has cooked through

This is a firm favourite in our house now & as I batch cook it I have lots of portions in my freezer ready for lunches or dinners.  
Not only is it delicious it's a really good budget meal idea to stretch out that weekly shopping bill! 






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Father Christmas toys for my 2 year old

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Top gluten free snacks

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Toddler boy winter wish list

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Kids Stripe Fisherman Knit Jumper 


















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Warehouse wish list

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COLOURBLOCK LONGLINE JUMPER




MIXED SPOT PRINT TOP




PATCHWORK BODY HANDBAG




DRAWSTRING BRACELET







~All images from Warehouse website~


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Too Faced Primed & Poreless Powder

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Of course all purchases these days come from online influencers and if I remember correctly I bought this Too Faced primed and poreless powder after Claire 'Heyclaire' saying it was one of her all time favourite powders.


The packaging is really pretty however the lid on this broke at the hinge within a week of having it and the gold writing has chipped off.  However I do carry it in my handbag so I'm probably a bit careless with it.


I do find that it really does blur your pores and smooths the look of your skin.  I sometimes use it before and after foundation to give an extra smooth feel.  I wouldn't say this gives a matte feeling more like a satin finish so not sure how this would last if you have oily skin.


I've just bought the Soap & Glory Kick Ass Instant Retouch powder to see it compares to this.

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