Monday, 4 September 2017

Free Printable Student Recipes: Easy Sausage Casserole


A plate of cooked sausage casserole on a bed of rice. If you have students starting University soon, this may be the series for you. All this week, I will be posting recipe cards, which you can download and print, featuring some of our favourite easy, cheap recipes. You can either give them to your nest-flying offspring to take with them, or use them to teach younger children how to cook. It's never too early to learn about budgeting and cooking your own meals, and these are so easy, it's a great place to start. Children are more likely to eat something they cook themselves, so it can help expand their menu a bit too! This Sausage Casserole contains just four ingredients and takes under half an hour to make. 



An easy recipe card for students, with just a few cheap ingredients and not much time!

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12 comments

Diane Wood said...

That's a great easy, quick recipe to make with only a few ingredients that you probably already have on standby (or only if you're a student!). New students will be so busy learning (where the best drinking establishments are), getting used to their new locality (where the best drinking establishments are) and student life (drinking, more drinking and sleeping when they should be at lectures) to be bothered too much with shopping and elaborate recipes!

Helen J said...

This sounds like such an easy recipe and I like how few ingredients it has!

Talya said...

I couldn't cook before I became a student and this is when I learnt! It's so important to be able to cook as a student and not live off Pot Noddles so this looks like a really easy, cost effective and nutritious recipe to get you started.

Cathy said...

I love simple recipes that can be thrown together in not time at all. I bet my lot would love this x

Sophie's Nursery said...

Great idea - quick & easy to make, minimal ingredients :) x

Five Little Doves said...

Ooh sausage casserole, that takes me back! It was a cheap and cheerful meal for us when we first bought out house!

pinkoddy said...

What a good idea - we have never tried cooking them with tomatoes either

Kara Guppy said...

Will save this for Kian when he goes next year, great idea

Baby Isabella said...

What a fantastic idea and I bet it saves so much money too not eating takeaway every night!

Clairejustine said...

Sounds like a yummy recipe. The recipe card is a great idea :)

Stephanie Moore said...

Great idea! My son loves cooking stuff at school too, but this is fab idea!

Angela Milnes said...

This is absolutely looks a great recipe and this would be perfect add on my lists

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