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Hi everyone, okay, I HAVE to try this! Love the recipe and photos. I love falafel, but haven’t made it myself yet. Enjoy and I’ll let you know when and … Continue reading
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.
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.
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.
Want some real pudding that’s not processed? This frugal recipe makes the most delicious and healthier version of vanilla pudding, and it only costs a few cents to make.
Free cookbook from Stew Leonard’s, courtesy of the CT Post newspaper.
Free event in Fairfield includes speakers who will talk about how to cook healthy foods.
The $5 Dinner Mom Cookbook, by Erin Chase, gets a huge thumbs-up! What We Like: -The frugal tips on each recipe page. -The easy and delicious … Continue reading