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You’ll have so much fun shopping for bargains in discount stores, as well as, save lots of money. We give you inspiration on what to do with the wonderful things you buy. Ideas on how to decorate your home on a tight budget. Gifts and presents can be expensive, so we give you top tips on how you can give wonderfully thoughtful gifts at a low cost. Leaving you more money to put toward the things that really matter in life. Spending less money can also help reduce financial stress in our lives. Having money to put towards family days out, holidays or anything that make you and your family happy is money well spent! That’s where those great memories come from, and they’re priceless!
Our Latest Recipes
Our latest Kitchen Gadget tests and recipes here on TrulyLiving.co.uk /home-hacks-hauls-and-staging/gadgets-and-recipes/
It’s hard to find the time to eat healthily. All too often we rely on convenience food from the supermarket, which can be full of additive and preservatives, as well as be expensive. Where do we find the time to cook a healthy meal every night? Kitchen Gadgets can really save you time, energy and money. Enabling you to prepare healthy, satisfying and economical meals for you and your family. You can control your portion size or even batch bake for the freezer. Today, with so many people being affected by food allergies, it’s even more common for people to need to cook from scratch. We have recipes that test gadgets and are also vegan and gluten-free. If this isn’t your concern, you can easily adapt any recipe to who you’re cooking for or any ingredients you have available.
Soya Milk Maker
You can make organic Soya Milk at home in just 15 minutes! Watch the Soyabella Milk Maker review. Add sweeteners and flavours to your taste. The Soyabella is easy to operate, you can have creamy, organic, soya milk in minutes.
No need to watch over a hot pan trying to stop it boiling over! Just fill the filter with soaked soya beans and pour in the water. Switch on and leave, a beep will sound once the cycle is complete. I like to filter my milk through a muslin cloth and pour into a jug to cool. Add a little twist of salt, maple syrup or any sweetener of your choice. Vanilla Essence can also add another level of flavour to your milk. Enjoy with cereal, in your morning cuppa or favourite recipe. You can see the review here /soya-milk-maker-review/
A great recipe for Banana Porridge that is Vegan, Gluten Free and Dairy Free! A Breeze to make in the Mini Rice Cooker. No more watching over a hot pan, just fill the rice cooker and carry on with what you’re doing. It’s so simple and easy!
Don’t forget, although Oates are naturally Gluten Free, they are often grown next to wheat crops or become contaminated during processing. Always buy Oates marked ‘Gluten Free’ if you’re preparing this recipe for anyone who has issues with Gluten. It’s good to know that ‘Instant’ oatmeal can spike your sugar levels, so make sure you use ‘Steel Cut’ Oates, which release sugar more slowly into your system. Take a look at the full article here /banana-porridge-vegan-gluten-free-dairy-free/
Broccoli Stalk Soup
Don’t waste that stalk!
We all know food can be so expensive, especially when it’s organic. Therefore, I’ve created a recipe that uses the Broccoli Stalk we usually throw away! As well as saving us money, this soup also tastes amazing! Let me know what you think. See the full article here /broccoli-stalk-soup/
Flax Seed Wraps
You’ll absolutely love this healthy and low-fat recipe. Our Flax Seed and Chia Wraps are so quick and easy to make. Research has revealed that Flax Seeds help to fight inflammation and improve thyroid health. These powerhouse seeds also support bone density and promote good dental health. The high levels of fibre found in Flax reduce the absorption of sugars into the bloodstream. This regulates blood sugar which may help to control diabetes. So, try this recipe today, not only is it healthy but very tasty.