Sometimes it can be a little expensive eating good quality heathy food. But when you can it’s always great to prioritise your weekly meals versus going out for a night on the town and blowing a few hundred bucks…but sometimes the bills all come in at once and you want something that doesn’t cost the earth!
So here’s a recipe I put together, it’s nutritious, delicious and cheap! This recipe will make 6 breakfasts and you can freeze them!!
What you need:
1.5kg of the best quality sausage you can afford
1.2kg pumpkin (diced)
1 cabbage (Shredded)
3 onions (roughly diced)
2 cups vegetable stock
2 tsp coconut oil
How you do it:
Preheat the oven to 180-200deg and line a baking tray with baking paper.
Dice the pumpkin and roast it for approx 30-40 minutes, but don’t let it burn!
In a frypan, half cook the sausages, pretty much just seal the outsides and set aside.
Melt the coconut oil in the biggest saucepan or soup pot you have and add the diced onion. Stir occasionally for a few minutes until the onion has softened and is translucent.
Add the cabbage to the onion and keep stirling occasionally.
Slice up the sausage and add to the cabbage with the vegetable stock.
Put the lid on and let this cook for 20 minutes, stirring every now and then on a medium heat.
Assembly – get your containers out and portion the roast pumpkin for 6 servings and then serve the sausage and cabbage over the roast pumpkin in equal quantities.
You can freeze these breakfasts, they reheat really well. I know it doesn’t sound ridiculously exciting but it tastes delicious! Promise!!
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