We're sliding into fall time! Though it's quite humid here, I couldn't wait to make a comfy casserole this weekend. Given my extra layer of "broke-ness" this month, I also found a way to make super cheap.
My toddler is obsessed with spaghetti. As you can imagine, I really need to mix it up a bit for my sake. This one is a win/win for us both.
With fall time quickly approaching, I can't help but try to come up with easy to prep meals. This is one of my favorites, because its fast, and makes a lot! I can just pop it in the oven, and offer my assistance with homework.
The other day, my little lady and I stumbled across some sweet potatoes on sale at the grocery store for 29 cents a pound. Needless to say, we stocked up.
I perfected this a few years ago and can't wait for cold weather to make a pot of chili.
I came up with this recipe at the end of the summer, trying to savor the rest of my fresh tomatoes and zucchini. It's filling on a cool end of August night, but light at the same time.
I came up with this recipe one afternoon when my daughter woke up from her nap with a cold. My initial thought was comfort, followed by "soup." I had $10 to contribute to something homemade and yummy. Thanks Kroger.
This used to be one of my favorite meals growing up, and now my daughter enjoys it too. These are super easy to make, but in some way make me feel like I have old fashioned skills.
This is a fresh tasting chicken Alfredo dish my whole family loves.
I came up with this homemade soup recipe, making just enough for my little girl and me. As with most of my recipes, feel free to double ingredients to meet your family's needs.
If your like me, finding ways to save money is a necessity. Fortunately, there are so many ways to save on groceries these days, I've turned it into a sport.