Jamaican Pumpkin Soup is warm, cozy comfort food at its finest. There’s nothing exotic, pricy, or hard to find in this international-sounding soup.
Do you have a bag of tortilla chips or soft tortillas that became stale? Don’t throw them away! Use them the way they do in Mexico and make chilaquiles!
Boxed mac & cheese isn’t the healthiest food, but it’s cheap in a pinch. Here are 10 ways you can jazz it up, use it to extend leftovers, or feed a large family.
Nothing helps stretch a meal, pull things together, or disguise less than stellar quality food like gravy. Here’s how to make brown gravy and white gravy.
Have a hankering for soup? The nice thing about the Ultimate Frugal Soup formula is that you can use what you have on hand to make it.
When you prep your food ahead of time, dinner is on the table faster than you can say “drive-thru”. Your budget (and your health) will thank you!
Wondering how to make the food you have feed more people while leaving them feeling full and satisfied? Here are 3 ways to make your food go further.
Casseroles sound very “50’s Housewife,” but when you’re on a budget, they’re a great way to make a little bit of food stretch further in a tasty way.
The problem with pesto is that pine nuts are so darned expensive. If you want a budget-friendly option, Sunflower Seed Pesto just might become your new favorite condiment.
There are all sorts of reasons that cold salads have been a summer fixture for many decades, not the least of which is the fact that they’re a very frugal side dish.
Don’t avoid the sun – bask in it, get Vitamin D safely, and boost your immune system and your happiness while lowering your risk of multiple diseases.
Thanksgiving is wonderful, but nobody is grateful for the price tag. Don’t spend a month’s grocery budget on just one meal – check out our tips for an affordable feast.
This isn’t advice for folks who are just down a few hundred bucks a month. It’s for people who are truly desperate to stay housed and fed.
Make your home warm, cozy, and inviting without spending a fortune. If you’re hosting Thanksgiving, you’ll want to show off your harvest-season best.