Tiny Budget Cooking: Saving Money Never Tasted So Good Paperback – 29 Jun 2017
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This book is perfect for anyone who wants to save money and time: it even works out your weekly shopping list for you! :)
Food: It definitely doesn’t look or taste like budget food, there’s an incredible variety of meals and great looking recipes. All the meals we’ve made have come out tasting great. The Lucky Chicken Bake and Spanakopita pie are favourites and it’s really impressive how well you can eat each week. Most of the recipes are 15-30 minutes which is perfect for us and they are clear with short ingredients lists.
Design: The book is beautifully illustrated with images that make you hungry and is split into 4 weekly mealplans for breakfasts, lunches and dinners. You could follow the plans or just pick out recipes like a normal cookbook. The mealplans come with a shopping list which on first glance looks expensive but when you shop own brand and follow the shopping tips in the book it comes out near £40 for 2 people for a week’s food, which is money saving for us. I haven’t used the breakfast shopping list as we don’t have time to cook breakfast each morning, but the full English in a giant Yorkshire pudding went down well with friends.
Summary: There is a lot in this book and you can tell it’s been well thought out. More so than a lot of the budget cookbooks on the market, this one has good recipes, weekly shopping lists, meal plans, shopping tips, swappable ingredients and shows you how to do it on a small budget. If you’re looking to save money and eat well it’s a very good cookbook.
There are loads of different options and little ideas of items that can be swapped if you are (for example) a veggie.
It's simple to follow with great photographs.
It gives four weeks worth of meals to follow from breakfast through to dinner.