Special Spaghetti Bolognese 

I thought my first recipe should be my little take on my all time favourite meal….Spaghetti Bolognese! 

This is a meal that I like to use for meal prepping/batch cooking for the week! Whether it’s for your lunches or just to make to put in the freezer for the days where you just don’t have the energy to cook a full on meal! (Also it’s very cheap to make so very good for students & well anyone- who doesn’t like having a really tasty meal that if you go out to a restaurant is about £15 but you can make 5 portions for that same price and know exactly what is going in there!)

I aim this to serve 4-5 portions and like I said I use ingredients which I like and try to fit in with my healthy eating approach!

First off the ingredients: 

  • 350g of Wholewheat Spaghetti (I like to use Wholewheat Spelt Spaghetti as it’s higher in protein,fibre & vitamins – but is not gluten free)!
  • 400g of chopped tinned tomatoes 
  • 1 table spoon of olive oil 
  • 1 large onion
  • 1 garlic clove 
  • 1 table spoon of oregano 
  • 1 table spoon of basil
  • 2 table spoons of tomato purée 
  • 80 grams of mushrooms 
  • 1 courgette 
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 celery 
  • 1 red pepper
  • 1 beef stock 
  • 500g organic beef (low fat) 
  • Pinch of salt & pepper

For topping: ANY cheese – Parmesan is my fave for this meal!


  1. I start by getting everything prepared! And that’s by cutting up every single vegtable! Slice the mushrooms, dice the pepper,courgette,celery,carrot,onion & garlic. 
  2. I then heat up 1 table spoon of olive oil in a fairly large wide saucepan, then add the onions, carrots, courgettes & peppers for about 1-2mins 
  3. Once the time is done I then add the garlic and soon after the mince!
  4. Brown the mince off and add the tinned tomatos, mushrooms,beef stock, tomato purée, beef stock,oregano,basil, pinch of salt & pepper.
  5. Give it a good mix and leave to cook on a simmering heat for about an hour until starts to thicken.

Because I am cooking this as a batch cook I can cook my pasta near the end or during and drain and leave to cool down and then either mix in with the Bolognese or keep them separate! And of course then add the Parmesan or choice of cheese to top it all off!

I hope you like my take on this classic meal! Enjoy! 
H x 

Welcome to Beauty.Fitness.Food Blog

Welcome to my Beauty.Fitness.Food (BFF) Blog!

In this blog I will writing all things beauty all things fitness and all things food and all the LIFE! From weekly favorites to reviews of different products and much more! I will also be creating recipes for meals,snacks & drinks to show you what I think helps and works with my beauty & fitness regime! I will also be including my cheat meals & a weekly food diary to show you all what is on my menu!

Just to say I do not think of myself as an expert in any of the subjects I will be blogging about but just very passionate about them and would love to share any tips & information I have learned and gained along the way.

A little about me….

I am 21 years old and live in London. I am an Office Manager/Personal Assistant studying to provide Financial Services and started this blog as I have a passion for beauty,fitness & food! If I’m not doing anything relating to them I will be having fun with the people in my life, shopping, going out, eating & of course the obvious.. Netflix-ing.

I really hope you enjoy my blogs & I am excited to share with you all my loves!