Homemade chicken pie is a tasty and healthy family meal for little cost. This pie uses just one chicken breast and whatever vegetables you’ve got left in the crisper to make an economical meal the whole family will love.
Save money on the groceries by stretching your Sunday night’s roast into Monday’s chicken and bean burritos. These burritos are super easy to make and are so tasty the whole family will love them. On the table in under 15 minutes, these burritos make a great weeknight meal.
Loaded nachos for a relaxed Friday night meal. Do you know what’s better than nachos for a relaxed Friday night meal? Loaded nachos. Ordinary nachos are usually topped with melted cheese and maybe some guacamole or sour cream. They’re ok. But loaded nachos are super sensational. Loaded nachos still have the melted cheese, but they…
It’s the end of the shopping week and you have a few sad looking bits and bobs rolling around at the bottom of the crisper. Give them a new life and clear out your fridge (clearing out leftover creams, cheeses and cooked meats at the same time) ready for new produce with this delicious roast vegetable frittata.
A tasty, mild, kid friendly curry, perfect for using up the bits and bobs leftover at the end of the shopping week.
Mince is one of the cheaper and more versatile meat cuts. Here is a roundup of mince dishes on the Frugal and Thriving blog.
Mince: a frugal meat standby. And what’s more frugal (and tasty) than savoury mince. Here’s my version of this popular and flexible meal.