On a budget? With these recipes, you can feed a family of four for ten dollars or less.
This version of Greek Lasagna is a great family meal that pairs well with a green salad topped with a little feta cheese and light Greek salad dressing.
No time to cook? Try this slow-cooker chicken for dinner. The sweet potatoes, Dijon mustard and brown sugar make for a unique and tasty flavor.
This veggie-loaded, high-fiber soup is more satisfying than traditional cabbage soup because of the addition of beans and turkey sausage. It also freezes well, so freeze half and use it during a busy week when you don't have much time to cook.
Make this whole dish the night before and hold in the refrigerator until you are ready to serve. Just heat them up in the oven or in the microwave and you'll have dinner for the whole family in no time. They're also delicious when eaten cold!
Here's an easy dinner for 4 that costs less than 10 dollars. Save time on this recipe by roasting your sweet potatoes the night before. Then you can just sauté and serve up your hash the next day.
Use mustard, turnip, kale, or collard greens for this recipe which ends up costing just 49 cents per serving!
Who doesn’t like barbecued chicken? A serving of this recipe will go great with a side of greens and some rice. The best part? This dish will only cost you $0.50 per serving.
Making soup is a great way to get rid of some of the vegetables in your refrigerator or cabinets to help you save a few dollars. This soup is great as is but you can also replace some of the ingredients with others from the fridge that need to be used. Cost of this soup is just $0.45 per serving!
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