Entertaining? Spend more time with your friends and less time in the kitchen with an easy nibbles platter that’s sure to satisfy but won’t break the budget.
I’m often asked how we feed the family on $130 or less a week. Here are some of the things we do to save money on the groceries.
Shopping at Aldi can save you money on the groceries. But if you supplement your Aldi shop at another supermarket, then it pays to check what Aldi prices are cheaper and what you’re better off buying at another supermarket. Here’s how.
No need for commercial produce wash. Instead, wash your produce and remove pesticide residue with this DIY fruit and veggie wash.
If your grocery budget is tighter than the lid on the jam jar, it doesn’t mean you have to turn to cheap packaged food to get by. Here’s how to eat well even on an extremely tight budget.
Keep your fruit and veg longer and prevent waste by storing it correctly. Here’s a handy printable guide to storing your fruit and vegetables for maximum freshness.
Mince is one of the cheaper and more versatile meat cuts. Here is a roundup of mince dishes on the Frugal and Thriving blog.