3 Simple Ways to Rock Meatless Meals title


You probably know that serving at least one meatless meal every week will help save you a lot of grocery money over time. Unfortunately, our family members might not be on-board with a plant-based dinner.

How do you serve meatless meals and still keep the troops happy?

I’ve found 3 easy ways.

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Some Favorite Meatless Meals:


Githeri (Kenyan Corn & Beans) - In America, it’s easy to feel discouraged about healthy, frugal eating. Our classic cheap food consists of macaroni and cheese, spaghetti, and freeze-dried ramen noodles. But look outside our borders and you’ll find an endless supply of flavor town. This East African inspired dinner is frugal, easy to prepare, and loaded with real food. It's also vegan, vegetarian, freezer-friendly, dairy-free, and gluten-free.

Githeri (Kenyan Corn, Beans & Greens)

A slow-cooker version of this vegetarian Kenyan stew. It’s loaded with veggies too!





Cheesy Lentil Pie from CheapskateCook.comCheesy Lentil Pie

A cheesy, tomato-y vegetarian main dish. Simple to make, extremely frugal (thank you, lentils), and completely delicious.





Frugal, Easy, Healthy Filling for Tacos, Nachos, Burritos, Taquitos & More - 5-minute crockpot or slow cooker recipe5-Minute Taco Lentils & Rice

This easy slow cooker, meatless recipe is the foundation for Burritos, Tacos, Nachos, Taco Dip, Burritos, Taquitos, Chimichangas, and more!





From CheapskateCook.com.

Cumin Beans & Cornbread

One of the first ways my family learned to enjoy a bowl of beans was with cumin beans and cornbread. Easy to make on the stove top, in the slow cooker, or with your Instant Pot, you can feed 6 people real food for around $3 and 5 minutes of work.