On a budget? With these recipes, you can feed a family of four for ten dollars or less.
Serve this dish with jicama sticks and fresh guacamole. If you’d like, you can make this colorful dish even more vibrant by using different color peppers or purple onion.
Serve this pizza with a big garden salad drizzled lightly with low-fat Ranch dressing. It’s a quick, easy, and budget-friendly meal!
This recipe is healthy, quick, and budget-friendly.
Here’s a light and tasty summer taco recipe that’s great for a family dinner or the next time you have guests.
A good salad needs veggies, protein, flavor, and different textures. The chicken in this recipe provides the protein. When combined with avocado and sunflower seeds, you get the perfect flavor, texture, and crunch.
The marinade for this grilled beef is super easy to throw together. This recipe calls for beef tenderloin, which is a lean cut.
Serve these low-cost egg toasts with a green salad tossed in a light balsamic vinaigrette.
Need a flavorful meal, but don’t have time to cook? Your family will love this mouth-watering meal, and it smells delicious cooking all day in your kitchen. You can serve it on a whole-wheat bun or with a small side of pasta or spaghetti squash.
Try these chicken and dumplings for a budget-friendly family dinner. Add a side of roasted green beans to complete your meal.
Try this lightened-up version of the old Italian favorite – chicken piccata.
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