So lately I've had a lot of feedback from you about wanting to cook on a budget and make delicious meals that use similar ingredients.
I hear you! Cooking can get expensive.
Especially, when you need a whole different set of ingredients for each meals.
I always believe cooking should be easy, simple, approachable and affordable.
You don't need to be spending big $$$ to make tasty, healthy and filling meals but sometimes that's easier said then done...
So here are five sweet potato recipes that make use of VERY similar ingredients.
This way you can keep the flavour up but the cost down.
I've thrown in a lot of vegan recipes too because I know you've also been asking for a lot more of those!
Plus, as always each recipe is SUPER easy to make so you'll be saving time and energy too.
Let's make life easier for you...
This vegan curry is SO tasty! I used a massaman curry paste as a base, which really makes the flavours pop. I love how light but creamy it is - just a magical!
How great is sweet potato? And how amazing are pies?! Well just imagine how insane this mix is going to taste ! This vegan pie is absolutely packed with vegetables! It's the perfect warming dish for winter or great for when you want to do some batch cooking.
These are AMAZING loaded sweet potatoes, topped with delicious chia seeds! You have to try this vegan recipe. It's SUPER filling and packed full with goodness, you'll be loving ever bite.
Soooo enchiladas are DELISH! I absolutely love them and I just made these BOSS vegan ones to impress a vegan in the office....It totally worked. HAHA. Everyone and anyone are guaranteed to love them.
This soup is AMAZING in winter because its super filling and the delicious spices will keep you nice and warm on the inside! Plus, it's another batch cooking favourite for when you're wanting some easy leftovers.
Try a recipe or two this week and let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out.