$100 Canadian plus 14 meals equal approximately $7 a meal. As a family of 6, it comes to $1.20 per person, all this work was done in about 2 – 3 hours while my toddlers napped. Curious as to what recipes I chose? Continue reading
When you are searching and searching for recipes, but you don’t know if its truly a good one or not in the mix of a thousand similar recipes. I decided to gather my top 10 go-to recipes that I use over and over. Not only are they tasteful, they are easy to make and fool-proof!
Welcome back! It’s that time again where I share my weekly meal plans for the month. Back in December & January, I was using many different cookbooks for inspiration or ideas, but this past month I reverted back to my old ways of using Pinterest. You got to do what you go to. March was […]
Today, I am sharing a chili recipe I make over and over. It’s simple, it’s frugal and I can make it stretch a long way. 2 lbs of ground beef are eaten quickly in this house and it’s the most expensive ingredient in this recipe. I use it all and split this recipe into 3. Instead of eating it three times the same way, I try to change it up and eat it with different carbs.
As I love to share our weekly meal plans, here is what we did for January with a few different cookbooks found at the library. I loved it when I received recommendations from friends and Instagram followers. If you have a go-to cookbook, let me know, I would love to try it out.