On a budget? With these recipes, you can feed a family of four for ten dollars or less.
Try this lightened-up version of the old Italian favorite – chicken piccata.
These burgers are a good way to spice up your menu! They are packed with heart-healthy salmon, plus some veggies. To keep the carbohydrate count low, these are served over bibb lettuce instead of on a bun.
These chicken tostadas are a delicious dish that won’t break the bank. Save time by buying a rotisserie chicken, which you can often find on sale at a warehouse club.
Millet is a whole grain that is also gluten-free. Serve this budget-friendly dish with a simple spinach side salad.
Do you need a 10-minute, healthy dinner? Then this recipe is a great choice – and it’s easy on the budget! If you don’t need these to be gluten-free, make these quesadillas with whole-wheat tortillas.
Farrotto is a version of risotto. It’s just made with the whole grain farro instead of white rice!
Here’s a super quick vegetarian dinner to share with your family. Never cooked with tofu? This recipe is a great place to start!
Try this meal for a unique Asian-inspired dish that’s also easy on the budget. It’s great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
Trying to eat more vegetables? These burritos are a great place to start! This meal is full of flavor and fiber!
Enjoy this simple dish of greens, beans, and chicken sausage. It can be ready in just 10 minutes!
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