With the price of food rising, eating healthily while trying to stick to a budget can be challenging. But with a little planning and some useful tips, buying and preparing delicious healthy food on a budget is not as hard as it may seem!
In today’s class the students made the cheap, delicious, healthy dish of Nacho Beans 🙂
What’s good about it:
Low in saturated fat, high in protein for repair + fiber which keeps you regular and delays glucose absorption. What I love about this recipe is that it’s budget friendly. The mix freezes well too, so I often make a large batch and throw any leftovers in the freezer for another day. This meal is served with a side salad or accompanied with organic gluten free corn and flaxseed tortillas, avocado + a little bio yoghurt. Alternatively, you can use mountain bread, chopped into triangles and drizzled with olive oil and cooked in the oven until crispy. MMmmmmmmmm!