2 $ Dinner: Thai Noodle Soup

This is an easy and delicious noddle soup, that I made in 10 minutes. You can use the vegetables that you already have or you can follow my recipe.


Ingredients (1 person)


  • 400 ml. (1,7 cup) water
  • 150 ml. (0,6 cup) coconut milk (7-8 %)
  • 1 dried noodle block
  • 1 chicken bouillon cube
  • 80 g. (3 oz) vegetables. Use what you think fits. I used cabbage, spring onions, sweet peppers and carrot.
  • Chili (powder, flakes, sauce, you decide)

I order to make the soup only cost 2 dollars, you have to cut the vegetables an put them in the freezer. My vegetable mix consisted of 800 g. (28 oz.) cabbage, 4 spring onions, 3 sweet peppers and ½ kg. (18 oz) carrots.

How to

Cut out the cabbage in squares. Slice the white part of the spring onions, save the green part for later. Cut the sweet peppers into thin slices. Peel the carrots and cut them in very thin slices by using the peeler. Mix the vegetables and take out 80 g (3 oz). Put the rest in the freezer.

Slice the green part of the spring onions.

Boil the water, add the coconut milk and the bouillon cube. Let the bouillon dissolve. Add the rest of the ingredients except chili and the green parts of the spring onions. Boil until the noodles are finished. Add chili and salt in the amounts that you like.

Serve with the green parts of the spring onions on top.



8 Muesli bars

We all know the little hunger, that sneaks up on us in between meals. Here you will find a recipe for muesli bars that is cheap and easy.



250 g. muesli
100 g. suggar
2 tsp honney
100 g. butter

Turn on the oven on 200 C (convection)

Heat butter, suger and honey in a pot.


Pour the muesli in a bowl. When the buttermass has melted pour it over the muesli and mix a few times. Pour the whole thing on a baking tray covered with a sheet of baking paper. Bake for 15-20 minutes.


The colour will be golden when you take it out of the oven. Like this:


Cool off and cut out.

Use the leftovers

When you are cutting out the bars your are bound to get some crumbs. These crumbs are acturally the most delicious honey fried muesli. Add fruit or nuts.


Apple Pie Made From Leftover Juice Pulp

If you have a juicer, you know that there is a lot of leftover juice pulp after juicing. Most people just trow it out. But you can actually use it to make a delicious apple pie. The pie is quite inexpensive at about 5 $ and only 3 if you take out the price of the apples.



  • 150 g. flour
  • 100 g. cold butter
  • ½ tbsp. cold water
  • 1 egg yolk


  • Apple juice pulp from 1 kg. of apples.
  • 1-2 Apples for the top
  • 200 g, sugar
  • 75 g. butter
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp cardamom


Put all the ingredients in a bowl and knead it together. Cut the butter into small pieces before putting it in. Knead into a ball an put it in the fridge for half an hour.

Make the stuffing while the dough is in the fridge.

Caramelise sugar and butter on a pan. Begin with the pan cold but the stove turned up on middle-high heat. After the sugar and butter has caramelised, put in the apple pulp, 1, tsp cinnamon and half a tsp of cardamom. Mix it around slowly until it looks like this:

Put oil on a flan dish and put in the pie dough. Then put the caramelised apple pulp.

Cut the 2 apples into thin wedges and place them as shown in the picture. Spread a little bit of cinnamon on the top.

Put the pie in the oven for 25 min at 180 C (convection).

Serve with crème fraiche or vanilla ice cream.