Have you noticed grocery prices racing up? Yikes! It’s gotten crazy. Between rising prices, recovery from back-to-school shopping and Christmas being just around the corner, I’m guessing that you could stand to save a few dollars on your grocery budget as much as I can. Yeah, I thought so!
This month we’re going to be focusing on saving money on food. Today, I’m sharing a list of the least expensive recipes I have. Nearly all of my recipes are budget-friendly, but these really counteract those rising prices.
You may notice a lot of rice, beans, pasta and eggs in this list. Basing meals on these ingredients is a great way to keep the cost low. But it doesn’t have to be boring! In fact, I think you’ll be amazed by the variety of flavors and meals that you can create from these basics
CLASSIC MEALS NOT TO BE OVERLOOKED
STOVETOP DELICACIES WITH INTERNATIONAL FLAIR
ONE-POT MEALS FOR MORE ENJOYING AND LESS CLEANING
15-MINUTE MEALS LEAVE MORE TIME FOR EATING TOGETHER
Chipped Beef Gravy over Cornbread or Biscuits
SOUPS AND CHOWDERS TO COMFORT THE SOUL
BREAKFAST FOR DINNER
BREADS TO STRETCH MEALS
DESSERTS AND SNACKS
Brownies, Cakes & Cobblers
What are your favorite Budget-Friendly Meal tips?
If you’re like me, then you can use a few more tips too! So share away and let the rest of us know how you create budget-friendly meals that don’t taste cheap. We all thank you in advance!