The Student Guide To Eating And Living For A More Sustainable Future

Category: Breakfast

Simple Creamy Porridge

Simple Creamy Porridge

Minimal ingredients and a 5 minute recipe makes for a quick, nutritious breakfast during the cold winter months in student housing!

Banana Bread Snack Bars

Banana Bread Snack Bars

These banana bread bars are great for snacks in between lectures with their energy boosting ingredients of bananas and oats. For 17p per serving, they pack a real bang for their buck!

Chocolate Pancakes

Chocolate Pancakes

Fix your chocolate cravings with this healthy pancake recipe. Perfect for Sunday morning brunch shared with housemates.

Lemon Pancakes

Lemon Pancakes

It doesn’t need to be Shrove Tuesday to eat these lemon pancakes. This impressive pancake stack is the perfect Saturday morning brunch to share with your housemates, they’re super cheap to make and far healthier than a bacon sandwich!

Immunity Boosting Porridge

Immunity Boosting Porridge

Porridge filled with fruits, veggies and immunity-boosting spices. Mix up your typical bowl of oats for breakfast with this warming, nutritious recipe. This can be heated up to make porridge or the ingredients can be left to soak together overnight to make overnight oats you can eat on the go.

Hangover Curing* Breakfast Fry Up

Hangover Curing* Breakfast Fry Up

*We cannot guarantee this will cure your hangover but we can guarantee it will taste delicious whether taken after drinking too many glasses of wine or not. This is the perfect dish to cook with your housemates, to share a huge meal together in solidarity […]

Chocolate Oats on-the-go

Chocolate Oats on-the-go

The ideal post-gym munch or pre-library fuel! These oats can be made the night before and stored in Tupperware so that you can take it on the go, or simply take out the fridge in the morning and eat before you leave. We love to […]

Baked oats

Baked oats

If you like cake for breakfast, you’re going to love this. Try this twist on a traditional porridge recipe. You’ll need a little longer than 5 minutes for this, so perhaps save it for a Sunday brunch treat.