On a budget? With these recipes, you can feed a family of four for ten dollars or less.
This budget-friendly Tamale Pie uses turkey to keep the fat in check and is also quick to prepare, delicious, and satisfying.
This budget-friendly recipe comes together quickly for a week night dinner, with the flavors of fall coming from the apples, onions, and shredded cabbage!
What’s better during the fall than a warm, tasty soup? This budget-friendly recipe is fairly easy.
This chili is perfect for a fall dinner and it’s full of vitamin C, protein and fiber. Feel free to experiment with different beans such as black or Great Northern beans here.
Serve this vegetarian dish with sliced tomato and fresh mozzarella salad.
Serve this dish with a cup of cold gazpacho soup or with sautéed zucchini seasoned with lemon juice and oregano.
This recipe is a perfect example of how to eat more fresh food and less processed foods. Take advantage of seasonal produce and pair this mouth-watering salsa with pork chops. It would also be great over chicken or served as a salsa with baked tortilla chips.
This frittata is a great way to get more veggies into your day and can be enjoyed for brunch or dinner. By using a combination of egg whites and whole eggs, you cut back on some of the saturated fat and cholesterol.
Need a quick, delicious and inexpensive meal for breakfast or dinner? Here is your answer. Eggs are a cheap, high-quality protein source and are fine to eat in moderation.
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