Reading Time: 6 min This budget-friendly trail mix is simple to make, easy to store, made with mostly real food, and it keeps well so you can make it ahead of time!
Reading Time: 8 min Need an easy, budget-friendly, real food dinner? Burrito bowls are an allergy-friendly, plant-based pantry meal that even help you reduce food waste (who doesn’t love taco leftovers?!).
Reading Time: 6 min Looking for something to make your spring mix or spinach salad amazing? Try our favorite balsamic vinaigrette. Homemade salad dressing is budget-friendly and this one is made with simple ingredients that take 2 minutes to whirr together!
Reading Time: 6 min Tired of dry, tasteless chicken breast? Problem solved. In 10 minutes, you can make the perfectly tender chicken breast of your dinner dreams.I’m cooking my way through Mark Bittman’s 1,000+ recipes in How to Cook Everything, and this is what we learned.
Reading Time: 5 min A simple baked (or grilled!) side vegetable starring fresh summer produce and simple, budget-friendly ingredients.
Reading Time: 4 min Our go-to salad is a combination of the vegetables we love the best and the ones that costs the least amount of money. Get our formula below! These days, at least once a day, we eat salad. As my kids grew older, I started serving the fixings buffet-style. They top and dress their salads as desired. For us, this method makes it more fun and crowd-pleasing.
Reading Time: 4 min This spring mix salad is perfect for the cooler seasons and is one of my favorites to serve guests and family. Dress it up with chicken or salmon to make it a full meal! I took a poll. No one likes spring mix…
Reading Time: 2 min Let’s make dinner! Does cooking a whole chicken intimidate you? Or do you want to cook one, but you don’t have time to roast it for 2 hours? Also, let’s agree that slow cooker (and Instant Pot) chicken is great, but never tastes as…