Whether you’re stuck in a food rut or you’re looking for money-saving recipes, take a look at our favourite budget recipe books.
‘Eat Well for Less: Family Feasts on a Budget’ by Jo Scarratt-Jones
This book is a lifesaver if you’ve got a family of mouths to feed. With family favourites such as lasagne and fishcakes, you’re bound to find something for everyone to enjoy – and with the likes of Gregg Wallace getting involved, you’ll be sure to find some great tips in there too.
With loads of batch-cooking recipes and lists to help you plan your meals ahead, this book can help you cook for less.
Find your copy here or at your local bookshop.
‘One Pound Meals’ by Miguel Barclay
Want to cook tasty meals on a tight budget? This book will help you do just that, as it’s packed with simple and straightforward recipes costing you just one English pound.
As Barclay says “I’m not a fan of needlessly over-complicated recipes that waste time and money” – neither are we, so we think this book is spot on!
Order yours here.
‘Tiny budget cooking’ by Limahl Asmall
Whether you’re a confident cook or just learning the ropes, Asmall takes the fuss out of cooking with simple and creative ways to use your leftovers.
The book is split into four weekly plans, including a dedicated shopping list and recipes for each day of the week. And with handy tips on how to save your money and cut down on waste, this book really does help you cook on a tiny budget.
Sound good? Get your copy here.
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