Whether or not you’re new to Worcester, finding places to eat and socialise on a student budget can sometimes be challenging. I’m a huge foodie, and I’ve simply refused to give up on eating out. I think going out for food with friends is a very important part of social life (and I won’t miss an opportunity to have something yummy!) Here are my tips on saving money at restaurants and some of my favourite cheap eats in Worcester.
Before starting university, I liked to think of myself as quite an avid baker, and was a bit worried that I would maybe not have the time to carry this on throughout my time as a student.
Pancake day/Shrove Tuesday for some is a religious occasion or just an excuse to eat loads of pancakes. I love pancakes (who doesn’t) but relied on my mum to make. So when I came to university it was a bit of a shock, she shared her secret recipe with me so now I can make pancakes just as good as hers.
It’s come to that time of year again where all the flat mates get together to make pancakes. But what if you’re one of those strange anomalies who doesn’t like pancakes? I have a solution for you! Quick and simple cinnamon swirls recipe!
*Alarm buzzing*….oh no, not again! Morning lectures are never fun…sometimes, if you are lucky enough, you manage to get dressed and have breakfast, but there are days when time is not your friend.
If you have a busy morning, this super easy and tasty recipe will put a smile on your face – it’s tasty, quick, nutritious and student-budget friendly.
Spoiler alert- it’s delicious & can be gluten-free!
Hello again, hopefully, you’ve tried out my previous flatbread pizza recipe.
Now it’s time for the second recipe which takes longer but is extremely tasty and has the side benefit of being really healthy and filling.
As a student and I suppose a “me thing”, I find myself always hungry; doesn’t matter what time- it can be during lectures or after midnight and I find myself searching for food that I can eat.
Students are always on a budget and all we seem to do is count the pennies. Sacrificing one thing for another, month after month just to get by until the next loan comes in. Now, me and my friends have made a cheaper option.