Gluten free on a budget - crepes

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Ingredients price per portion

Milk 
Gluten free flour (1 cup)
1 Egg 
Linwoods flaxseed (1 tablespoon)
Agave nectar (1 tablespoon)

Makes 6 crepes = 97p

I mix all these ingredients together and add the milk until I get the consistency I like. Add a little bit of butter to the pan or coconut oil to  prevent the crepe sticking to the pan.


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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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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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