Make tasty fast food at home with these delicious and surprisingly cheap and easy copy-cat, DIY takeaway recipes.
Save cash, make stuff fresh and customise to your hearts content with these simple recipes that cover everything from burgers to doughnuts.
Big Mac copycat
This real easy and simple BigMac copycat recipe can be done quicker than you can probably walk to your local McDonalds. Get the full recipe here: > Big Mac copycat
IKEA meatballs and sauce
Good news for fans of IKEA meatballs: Here's how to make the famous Swedish meatballs yourself at home. Get the full recipe here: > IKEA meatballs and sauce
Greggs Sausage, Bean and Cheese Melt
Greggs has unveiled a home-made recipe for its classic Sausage, Bean and Cheese Melt. Get the full recipe here: > Greggs Sausage, Bean and Cheese Melt
Takeaway Style Chicken Fried Rice
Learn how to make takeaway style chicken fried rice with this quick and yummy student recipe. Get the full recipe here: > Takeaway Style Chicken Fried Rice
Never visit Krispy Kreme again, instead make your own glazed doughnuts at home.
Crispy French Fries
Make your own McDonalds (or generic fast food) style fries/chips with this home made takeaway style chip recipe and how to. Get the full recipe here: > Crispy French Fries
Chicken Corma Curry
An easy and quick chicken korma curry recipe for students: Make this homemade, one pan curry and save money by avoiding the takeaways. Get the full recipe here: > Chicken Corma Curry
Save time and cash by making your own fast food: Here's a super tasty sausage, bacon and egg breakfast muffin recipe. Get the full recipe here: > McMuffin
Make tasty chocolate digestive biscuits with this recipe.
Another copycat fastfood recipe make your own chicken nuggets with this recipe.
These tasty homemade Jaffa cakes are a treat to make – recipe here.
Sweet and sour chicken
This quick and easy sweet and sour chicken recipe will have you tucking in within 10 minutes Get the full recipe here: > Sweet and sour chicken
Mix cereal with marshmallows, microwave for 20 seconds, form into bars and allow to cook. EAT. Video here.