BUDGET VEGAN: Healthy & Easy Veganuary Recipes Under £1


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00:00 intro
00:49 potato, spinach and tomato curry
03:53 red pepper orzo
06:59 carrot and bulgar stuffed peppers





  1. Wow such great recipes, thank you for sharing ❤️ I've been searching for a simple stuffed pepper recipe so will definitely be trying that first. Thanks for all your content…I'm always watching (sounds a tad creepy!) but never commenting. My bad haha, you and Alex always make me laugh. I'm an expat living in Aus so you are a slice of home that gives me the warm and fuzzies ❤️

  2. I like the series but I'm a little disappointed in these recipes. None of them has a good amount of protein and at least for the curry and stuffed paprika it would have been really easy to add some chickpeas or lentils. Maybe I'd suggest using frozen spinach and thereby making some space in the budget for a can of chickpeas or lentils. Where I live the bag of fresh spinach already costs 2,90€ (2,50 pounds) and frozen is a lot more affordable.

  3. One thing I found difficult when I was transitioning to mostly plant based (and honestly still struggle with occasionally) is getting enough protein. Though these dishes look delicious, it seems like some of them don't have a protein source. I would love to know how you make sure you get enough protein throughout the day or a video with high protein recipes.

  4. Thanks for another great video. Your food looks sooo good, unfortunately I can’t each much of it because of a severe case of Chrohns disease. I don’t eat meat, but I also can’t afford proper vegan replacements because they are so expensive over here in the Netherlands, so I do eat eggs for protein. But I certainly take some of your recipes and change some food with food that my body can handle and that I can pay.