Promoting frugality as a way to live a simple and prosperous life.
When there’s a fantastic sale on eggs, what to do–freeze them or not freeze them?
Here’s a quick low-glycemic lunch that takes advantage of a little of this and a little of that.
Here’s an eye-opener: that great sale on untrimmed boneless chicken breast may not be that great after the fat is trimmed, but it’s even worse when you buy the chicken when it’s NOT on sale!
I love, love, love this website–Budget101.com (especially her amazing recipes). And I just received an email in my inbox about a new e-book, “Family Guide to Groceries Under $250 a Month.” I just downloaded the Kindle version and can’t wait to dig in.
With the price of food and teen metabolisms both spiraling upward, what’s a parent on a budget to do? How do we feed our teens healthy food to fill them up and not out? Here are some thoughts from some favorite resources.
Whole Foods Market doesn’t have to mean spending your whole paycheck. Check out these three-budget minded free events at our local store.
Make ahead for a healthy grab and go snack!
Affordable, low-glycemic, and more!
Great for picnic sandwiches as well as breakfast toast!
Call it “stoup,” “refrigerator soup,” or “everything soup”–whatever name it goes by, you won’t believe how delicious, easy and inexpensive it is to make your own vegetable soup with whatever drops of this and that you have left over in your refrigerator.
Win-win situation – buy in-season and support your local farmer.
Celebrate freedom from excessive added sugar.
If you are tired of giving your kids junk chocolate candy, here’s a frugal, inexpensive, and quick (did I say quick?) recipe for dark chocolate candy. Even those who don’t like dark chocolate will love this candy–take it from my picky family–they couldn’t get enough of it.
Homemade popsicles beat the old boxed ones! Here are some new and fun recipes that are inexpensive, but have more flavor than costly pre-made pops from the store.