Sausage Casserole

Another Sunday, another bulk cook for the boy. This one isn’t exactly a recipe, if you read and follow thetwentyishmum you will know that I work in an office in London not concocting packet spices for supermarkets but for a hearty low cost meal to bulk cook, sausage casserole wins every time.

This makes four meals for Frankie (or six small meals for an under 2)

Shopping List:-

  • A pack of 8 sausages (I use Cumberland)
  • X2 Brown onions
  • A sausage casserole mix
  • *optional* add vegetables to roast, I added mushrooms & two carrots

How to:-

  1. Brown off the sausages in a frying pan
  2. Chop and add x2 onions for a few minutes
  3. *optional* chop and add carrots & mushrooms for a further 1-2 minutes
  4. Follow the sausage casserole mix instructions, this one was ASDA, add water and stir
  5. Add the sausage & onion mix to a casserole dish spreading it out
  6. Pour the casserole mixture over
  7. Bake for 45-60 minutes
  8. Once cooked bring out of the oven and chop sausages into halves
  9. Quarter the casserole into x4 separate parts (4 half sausages for each meal)
  10. Freeze for up to three months
  11. Serve with mash & peas

I did the shop at ASDA for a change and the meal cost less than £5 for four meals #result.

  • Sausages – £1.45
  • Sausage casserole mix – 25p
  • Onions – pack of 4 – 50p
  • Mushrooms – 65p
  • Carrots – organic packet – 86p

£3.71 for all four meals!

Tupperware’s bought for £1 for a set of 4 in ASDA

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