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.
Oatmeal can be a delicious, filling, and nutritious start to the day. Here’s how to make your OWN little packets of flavored oatmeal for a fraction of the price of storebought.
Making your own fermented sauerkraut is inexpensive, probiotic-rich, and super-easy. It’s a delicious side dish and great on sandwiches, too!
Are you looking for some frugal ways to add more veggies to your diet? Cabbage is one of the cheapest choices around this time of year.
Scratch cooking is becoming a lost art but it doesn’t have to be. If you can read, know how to set a timer, and possess the ability to use a measuring cup, you can cook just about anything.
Want to stretch your grocery money further? Just add rice. Here are 4 tasty ways to eat rice, stick to your budget, and spice up your life!
Roasting root vegetables tones down more pungent flavors and makes them a bit milder. Here’s a flexible recipe for roasting random winter vegetables using whatever you have on hand.
Try adding some potentially unfamiliar winter vegetables like turnips, rutabagas, and celeriac to your diet. They’re good for your health and your grocery budget.
Everything is better when you make it from scratch, and that’s true for the ultimate winter drink, hot chocolate. And of course…it’s also thriftier to DIY your hot cocoa.
If you’ve got more month than money, here are 50 tasty ways to eat the food in your pantry when you can’t go buy groceries.
Do you enjoy saving a buck more than most people? Here are 25 signs that you might be a frugal living rock star! How many of them apply to you?
“Cheap Eats” are thrifty unglamorous meals that are reasonably filling, quick to make, (cooking utilities add up too), and less than a dollar per serving.
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.