Today's frugal food plans:
B: 30g museli, splash of milk and natural yogurt
L: mini frittatas (with chickpeas, peppers and mushrooms), salad, coleslaw
D: bean curry; watermelon slices
S: apples x 2
E: swimming am, allotment pm
From the freezer
Just the chickpeas and the cheese for the frittatas today but by eating another portion of bean curry I won't need to freeze it.
The frugal factor:
The muesli is a gift and the yogurt is home made.
The coleslaw is also home made.
It's a vegetarian day today which tends to be much more frugal than a meat day. The pulses were all cooked at home from dried, which is cheaper although more time consuming than opening a tin.
The watermelons are now up to £2 but still great value and give me eight good portions.
I've posted the bean curry recipe separately as it ended up different to the Jack Monroe recipe I had intended to use. It is very tasty and very frugal, making three good portions (could have stretched to four but I was hungry) of healthy deliciousness.