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Make loaded sweet potatoes with leftover chili, a frittata to use up any remaining cooked spaghetti noodles, or burritos with the last of a roasted chicken. This week, I'm keeping things simple with no-cook breakfast options , versatile meal-prep lunches and kid-friendly dinners that come together in about 30 minutes or less.

To minimize food waste and save on groceries, I'll use many of the same ingredients for multiple meals. Planning simple, quick breakfasts I can serve in minutes is key to less-chaotic mornings in our house.

I'll meal-prep a big batch of overnight oats to be eaten on demand during the week or packed up to-go. Or, I'll toast a stack of whole-wheat bread and let everyone choose their toppings. On the Menu. Budget Ingredients. Rolled oats, whole-wheat bread, bananas, frozen berries. Creamy Blueberry-Pecan Overnight Oatmeal.

Everything Bagel Avocado Toast. Peanut Butter-Banana Cinnamon Toast. We keep lunch extra-easy in my house with snack-style lunches for the kids and salads or rice bowls for the adults. Meal-prepping a few ingredients in advance minimizes cooking during the week and allows everyone to help assemble their own lunch.

I like to have a couple of protein options, a batch of cooked grains, and some washed lettuce and cut vegetables on hand. Check out our best base recipes for meal prep for inspiration for what to make.

Eggs, canned black beans, brown rice, leftover vegetables from dinner. Egg Salad Lettuce Wraps. I rely heavily on a well-planned dinner menu because this is where I spend the bulk of my grocery budget plus it ensures I'm not scrambling to find something to serve come 6 p.

I'll plan on three easy recipes plus a night of repurposing the leftovers. Because our evening schedule can be unpredictable, I'll pick up ingredients for a pantry meal that won't go to waste if I end up not cooking one night.

Make your own menu or try one of our budget dinner plans. Lentils, cabbage, beef stew meat, sweet potatoes, eggs, canned salmon, black beans. Easy Vegetarian Chili. Baked Eggs in Tomato Sauce with Kale. Sweet Potatoes with Warm Black Bean Salad.

Easy Chicken Fried Rice. American Goulash. I like to plan snacks and treats based on one or two staples or on ingredients that are already part of the meal plan. Smoothies are the perfect way to use up yogurt, bananas and frozen berries, and my kids love them as after-school snacks.

Lately we've been crazy about salted roasted chickpeas, the best one-ingredient snack you'll ever make. And none of us can turn down a square of dark chocolate with a schmear of peanut butter after dinner.

Apples or any leftover fruit , peanut butter, canned chickpeas. Tuna ANYTHING is so cheap. Thanks for the tip, Heather 🙂. I wish!!! It must be single serving sizes of everything. Bulk is more cost effective in the end.

Hi Holly! As I stated in the article, I buy everything from Walmart to feed my family of 6 because they really do have low prices on food here in Ohio! This was awesome! Thank you for the menu and prices!

I completely disagree. We shop at our local dollar store for basic items such as ketchup, bread, milk etc. I literally just bought hamburger buns for 95 cents and they were FRESH! and manage to make it work. You are so right Claire! We buy everything generic lol but I completely forgot about shopping at dollar stores for pantry basics.

Thank you for sharing this! I shop dollar tree too! Our dollar tree has many items on this grocery list! Ours even have many name brands! There should be a bakery outlet close to you where you can most definitely buy buns that cheap and the dollar stores will have ketchup.

Walmart too. Plus if you clip coupons there is always coupons for condiments. I buy hot dog and hamburger buns for. So this is totally doable if you are shopping store brands, sales, and coupon!!

Thank you so much for the tips. Thanks for sharing. I have just a family of three but either way your ideas and tips will help me so much. I am very excited to try this for our family of 5!

One question, what about breakfast food and snacks? Dinner has also been the most expensive meal for us. This meal plan including your breakfasts and lunches seems very heavy on meat and carbs.

Hi Stephanie! So a lot of the meals I make are comfort foods, however, I do buy a lot of frozen vegetables to add to our meals because they are cheaper than buying them fresh. Thank you so much for sharing this. As a young mom and wife I am not good at all at the cooking and budgeting groceries cost.

Thank you for this!! I dont usually do the cooking my husband does yay, me???? but when its my turn I have no idea what to make. This helps me stay under budget and have edible food not the greatest cook!! We also shop at walmart and get the bogos at Publix, but I think Publix might only be a South store.

Love from Florida! Oh my gosh, Kelci! The only time I can get my husband to cook is on the grill???????? Do you set yours out to thaw first? Cooking everything on one foil-lined pan speeds it up.

You'd be hard-pressed to find a delivery pizza as affordable as this homemade healthy dinner recipe. Start with store-bought dough to make the Mediterranean meal a practical choice, even on a weeknight. Look for the dough in the refrigerated section of your supermarket or ask your local pizza shop if you can purchase an extra pound of their secret recipe!

Noodle dishes are known to be easy on the wallet. Not so much. Fortunately, a small handful of heart-healthy nuts can go a long way to add a rich flavor to cheap, healthy meals like this one.

Whole wheat noodles help too. Low in fat 6 grams per portion yet high in protein a strong 28 grams , this five-ingredient slow cooker pork recipe checks all the boxes. Only 10 minutes of prep required. Indeed—it's one of the lowest-cost options in this collection of cheap, healthy meals.

Here's a cheap, healthy vegetarian meal you'll want to make again and again. With 24 grams of protein and a nice portion of hunger-taming broth and noodles, this soup will fill you up for hours. Meat-like portobello mushrooms , tofu , and a poached egg join fresh veggies in this cozy, crowd-pleasing Asian noodle soup.

Breaded with whole wheat panko and baked instead of fried, this eggplant Parmesan is calories less than some classic recipes. Keep your nutrition streak going by grabbing a couple of zucchini at the store to spiralize , toss with the rest of the marinara , and serve under the baked eggplant.

Voilà—a budget dinner recipe for four that tastes up to par with its restaurant competition. A few decades ago, "stretch the meat" was the mantra for cutting costs at dinnertime.

It's still a great strategy for making cheap, healthy meals even more affordable. Here wide egg noodles , mushrooms, and a bit of cheese extend 8 ounces of ground beef to provide five hearty servings.

One bite will be all the proof you need that you can absolutely make satisfying suppers without making meat the main event. Instead of refried beans, this flavorful Mexican entrée —ready in 30 minutes—features a creamy cauliflower puree.

If you're hungry and have leftover chicken or shrimp , toss them in too. the serving size can be cut in half for an easy, healthy dinner recipe for two on a budget.

To maximize your cheap, healthy dinner recipes, never let any ingredients go to waste. Instead, use any leftover pesto in these quick and easy pesto recipes. Turn budget-friendly shaved cooked ham into a delicacy by serving it on mashed sweet potatoes and topping it with cranberry sauce.

This healthy dinner recipe on a budget offers a taste of Thanksgiving any time of year. Not into ham or craving more holiday spirit? Try this with sliced smoked turkey instead. Your favorite Tuscan-inspired restaurant may not be the first place you'd head to get inspiration for healthy meals on the cheap.

But much of this Italian region's cuisine is humble and healthy. Tuscan cooks are fond of using cannellini beans. Here the beans partner with other great Mediterranean diet -friendly ingredients for a true-to-Italy dish that won't break the bank or your nutrition goals.

When coming up with cheap, healthy meals, consider cooking with whitefish. The affordable and lean protein is mild enough to please even picky eaters. Enjoy it on these crowd-pleasing tostadas perfectly seasoned with chili powder, garlic, and lime.

On the hunt for affordable, healthy meals that work for dinner or brunch? Get cracking—eggs, that is. Here protein-rich, budget-friendly eggs pair with other pantry staples for a cheap and easy recipe under calories per serving.

Save even more money when you substitute dried herbs you have on hand for the fresh herbs. Start planning your next chili night now. This low-cost slow cooker chili recipe can be prepped in 25 minutes. Stir everything together in the slow cooker early in the day and come home to a healthy dinner loaded with veggies and 14 grams of protein.

Sticking to healthy meals on a budget often means driving past your favorite eatery and straight home. But with nutritious restaurant remakes like this, you can don't have to miss out on take-out flavor while saving money, sodium, and calories.

Not only does this well-balanced pasta recipe clock in at under calories per serving, but it also takes only 20 minutes to prepare. Comforting chili flavors, pasta, and cheese make this meal a family favorite.

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I am just kind of curious what amount I should be putting into each account. I have a myriad of surprise expenses as well and that is the main reason that a budget never works for me as I get frustrated and just give up as well. Thanks again for your advice! For anyone who doubt some that this is economical in other locations, I did some calculations with Canadian prices.

Thanks for doing that for us Stacey. Often I think people will say that or miss the point because they are busy thinking of an excuse to keep spending the way they do so thanks for this.

We have very specific preferences for household items and pet care items and source them from a variety of places. Everyone is different, though, so by all means, I think that the best budget is the one that you will follow!

Other folks may feel more comfortable putting all categories together. Patrick they may cost more in your area but not in Colorado and Kansas where we are from.

As a matter of fact I can get some of the things for even less if I get them on sale. I really hate giving people prices on things even though that is always what they want for a couple of reasons. First they focus and get upset about the amounts listed instead of focusing on the practical tips we give that you can use any where and any time.

I once heard a successful man say that excuses are just lies people tell to themselves to keep from doing what is right. Even if they do in fact cost more the point is to save as much as you can where you are.

These prices are to give you a general idea. Great article! I would be buying dry goods on sale so this would be less. onion, mostly apples and oranges through the winter. It is not the most expensive store in my area. I always keep a full fridge, freezer and pantry by stocking up at rock bottom prices.

For fresh produce we eat what is on sale; this week that means asparagus, beets, sweet potatoes, potatoes, navels, strawberries and pineapple. I still have some of the sheets—sale prices on most things really have not gone up that much!

Things like this are always interesting to me. I would love for someone to actually document their household eating only the foods on this shopping list, in the same quantities listed, and see how many days the food lasted. This amount of food would feed our family of 3 for two weeks.

I weigh pounds, my husband weighs pounds and our child weighs 30 pounds. Are there good ideas here? Can people use these ideas to save money? Did it take a lot of thought and time to come up with this?

Oh, yes. People never factor in so many things when they read this type of post. Your family is completely different — you may be built smaller, larger, you may be very very active all day long — running after small children or work at manual labor. If you have boy and girl children, what their age is, if they going through a growth spurt makes a difference on how much is eaten and spent.

I mean I could go on and on. You need to stop comparing yourselves to others and buy only the food you can afford too. Not too much and not too little. You need to factor in where you live — some places do have to pay a little more on some things.

So why does it really matter what someone else is eating. Your family probably would not even like the same foods that you watch someone else eating. THE WHOLE POINT IS TO DO THE BEST YOU CAN WITH THE AMOUNT YOU HAVE, NOT OVER EATING OR WASTING YOUR FOOD.

If you do that so what does it matter what someone else is doing. Also, when I said I was curious if others thought it was enough food to feed 4 people for a month, it was a genuine question.

The reason is, if 5 other families say, oh yes, that could feed us for a month, then maybe I should reevaluate what my family is eating. A couple of years ago, I mentioned to a friend what we spent a month on groceries. I apologize if I misunderstood your question Melinda.

If you are gaining you may have to adjust and eat less or if you are loosing you may have to just eat more. You do need to watch calories of course but equally as important is to make sure that you are getting the right servings for all the different categories of food groups.

Are you getting the right amount of servings and of grains, dairy etc. Most of the time if you are getting the right amount of servings of the different food groups you should be ok.

Also that amount may change too at different times like during the winter and summer you will have to adjust it or if you are more active in the summer.

For example you may hike or go swimming more during the the summer compared to the winter. Just watch your weight and you can tell. Also you might watch your prices — for example can I get apples cheaper at a different store than where I usually buy them or if I bought a different type of apple but tastes just as good would that help me save etc.

I did notice there were some additional items that would need to be purchased, like jelly for the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and cream of chicken soup for the chicken pot pie.

Of course, people would also need to buy the food they like to eat. Melinda makes a great point, as does Jill and most others that have commented. Everyone is different in what and how much they eat, what they are willing to spend, and how much time and know how they have for food purchase and preparation.

I have a husband and 17 almost 18 year old son that could not survive on the food that is listed here. I live in southern Illinois and our grocery prices are very similar to those that Jill has listed here. BUT, I have a freezer full of venison and pork because my family hunts and because we raise our own pigs.

Besides my full time job, I also work part time at a creamery and have access to cheese and grass fed beef at a great price.

I love to cook and make many things from scratch that some may buy in a package, box, etc. There are no rights or wrongs, just what works for you and your family.

Like Jill mentioned time and time again, this is what works for HER family and is just an example to show that it can be done. Each person has to use what is available and make it work for their family. Where there is a will, there is a way!

Yes Tracy exactly. I so appreciate you mentioning the things like the hunting, pigs, chickens etc. So thank you so much for this post. That is why I hate giving numbers because there are so many variables to it but I am afraid that is what people want for some reason.

They also get hung up on the numbers instead of listening to the tips we give of how to do the best you can for your family and in your situation.

Thanks again. I bought the cookbook for my granddaughter and liked it so much that I bought one for myself as well. We live an hour away from any big stores like Walmart so we only go shopping once a month usually.

We keep a running grocery list on our phones that is shared and it updates each phone. We go to a restaurant supply store to buy our meat, frozen vegetables and fruit for the month.

The packaging is larger so we slice and repackage the meat for our dinners and freeze them. Our little store has specials every week and I stock up on anything that we use on a regular basis as we like to shop local too.

I buy by the case when things are on sale. This has saved us so much on groceries over the years. I have used coupons now and then.

I make my list and then look for any coupons for what is on my list. I save a ton of money on pet food and personal hygiene products this way. Love Living On A Dime. You guys think like I do. I was a single Mom for over ten years to four boys and had to learn how to stretch everything.

I think I was more creative then because I had to be. I would like to see more of these plans with different menus. I refer to this one a lot. I really like somebody that illustrates exactly what to buy, and its cost. I love when the store runs its. My sons and husband eat fruits per day.

Also not enough eggs for a month and not enough lunch meat and cheese. She has nearly 7 years experience writing news and lifestyle content. One of the biggest challenges of cooking for two is the constant leftovers. Fortunately, each of these recipes serves a pair, providing a little more variety to your weekly dinners.

We've curated a month's worth of budget-friendly dinners ready in 30 minutes or less, each of which yields two servings. Plus, we've included prepared grocery lists with tips on how to use leftover ingredients.

Fresh lemon juice, pepper, and oregano add bright flavor to chicken breasts. Cut into strips and serve over a simple green salad such as this Spinach Pomegranate Salad. This filling and nutritious combination is just what you need to jumpstart your week.

This recipe calls for boneless pork loin chop, but you can also substitute chicken or shrimp. When tomatoes are at their best, you'll forget all about stuffed peppers and opt for these simple stuffed tomatoes instead.

Here, fresh tomatoes are stuffed with canned tomatoes and peppers, bread crumbs, Cheddar cheese, and smoked sausage. The classic Cheddar cheese and tomato combination takes on new form in this recipe.

Salmon fillets are topped with dried basil and fresh tomato slices. Drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with Parmesan, and bake. This simple recipe is one you'll want to keep in your rotation for easy weeknight dinners. Serve over rice.

Going meatless just once a week can do amazing things for your budget. One of the best veggie meals. Even my carnivore of a husband said that he liked it," says reviewer Fran. This healthy and filling combination of chickpeas, tomatoes, onion, and numerous spices means Meatless Mondays never have to be boring.

Serve with Indian Naan Bread , basmati or jasmine rice. This gives the dish its signature look, as well as adds a subtle nutty flavor.

These make-your-own burrito bowls are a whole lot cheaper than takeout. It's a great way to use any leftover chicken or rice you may have on hand. Fresh basil is the key to this quick and easy stir-fry. Be careful not to overcook it, instead, stir the basil in right before serving. And none of us can turn down a square of dark chocolate with a schmear of peanut butter after dinner.

Apples or any leftover fruit , peanut butter, canned chickpeas. Apple-Peanut Butter Smoothie. Crunchy Roasted Chickpeas. A number of our meals this week incorporate a few pantry staples that I often have on hand.

Here's what I'll rely on this week. Note: I did not include these items in my budget, but included approximate cost per serving for reference. With a bit of planning and creativity, you can feed your family a week's worth of nutritious meals for a little more than what you'd spend at a restaurant for one meal.

Use this healthy meal plan on a budget as inspiration to make the most of your grocery budget without sacrificing taste or variety! See all of our other healthy meal plans and healthy dinner plans.

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Instead of calling for bacon or ham, our vegetarian variation of this rice and black-eyed peas dish features several spices and heaps of veggies, including bell peppers, carrots, tomatoes, and frozen corn.

The spice—and the price—are right for this Indian-inspired cheap, healthy meal. Serve the turmeric- and ginger-infused grilled chicken on a bed of basmati rice included in the price estimate to round out the meal.

Save leftover sliced meat to tuck inside warm pita bread or a tortilla for a lunch wrap the next day. Meatloaf secures a top spot on the list of easy, cheap, healthy meals when you use lean ground beef and boost the filling factor with inexpensive spuds.

And don't you love how sheet-pan dinners like this one require so little cleanup time? Cooking everything on one foil-lined pan speeds it up. You'd be hard-pressed to find a delivery pizza as affordable as this homemade healthy dinner recipe.

Start with store-bought dough to make the Mediterranean meal a practical choice, even on a weeknight. Look for the dough in the refrigerated section of your supermarket or ask your local pizza shop if you can purchase an extra pound of their secret recipe!

Noodle dishes are known to be easy on the wallet. Not so much. Fortunately, a small handful of heart-healthy nuts can go a long way to add a rich flavor to cheap, healthy meals like this one.

Whole wheat noodles help too. Low in fat 6 grams per portion yet high in protein a strong 28 grams , this five-ingredient slow cooker pork recipe checks all the boxes.

Only 10 minutes of prep required. Indeed—it's one of the lowest-cost options in this collection of cheap, healthy meals. Here's a cheap, healthy vegetarian meal you'll want to make again and again.

With 24 grams of protein and a nice portion of hunger-taming broth and noodles, this soup will fill you up for hours. Meat-like portobello mushrooms , tofu , and a poached egg join fresh veggies in this cozy, crowd-pleasing Asian noodle soup. Breaded with whole wheat panko and baked instead of fried, this eggplant Parmesan is calories less than some classic recipes.

Keep your nutrition streak going by grabbing a couple of zucchini at the store to spiralize , toss with the rest of the marinara , and serve under the baked eggplant.

Voilà—a budget dinner recipe for four that tastes up to par with its restaurant competition. A few decades ago, "stretch the meat" was the mantra for cutting costs at dinnertime.

It's still a great strategy for making cheap, healthy meals even more affordable. Here wide egg noodles , mushrooms, and a bit of cheese extend 8 ounces of ground beef to provide five hearty servings.

One bite will be all the proof you need that you can absolutely make satisfying suppers without making meat the main event. Instead of refried beans, this flavorful Mexican entrée —ready in 30 minutes—features a creamy cauliflower puree. If you're hungry and have leftover chicken or shrimp , toss them in too.

the serving size can be cut in half for an easy, healthy dinner recipe for two on a budget. To maximize your cheap, healthy dinner recipes, never let any ingredients go to waste.

Instead, use any leftover pesto in these quick and easy pesto recipes. Turn budget-friendly shaved cooked ham into a delicacy by serving it on mashed sweet potatoes and topping it with cranberry sauce.

This healthy dinner recipe on a budget offers a taste of Thanksgiving any time of year. Not into ham or craving more holiday spirit?

Try this with sliced smoked turkey instead. Your favorite Tuscan-inspired restaurant may not be the first place you'd head to get inspiration for healthy meals on the cheap.

But much of this Italian region's cuisine is humble and healthy. Tuscan cooks are fond of using cannellini beans. Here the beans partner with other great Mediterranean diet -friendly ingredients for a true-to-Italy dish that won't break the bank or your nutrition goals.

When coming up with cheap, healthy meals, consider cooking with whitefish. The affordable and lean protein is mild enough to please even picky eaters. Enjoy it on these crowd-pleasing tostadas perfectly seasoned with chili powder, garlic, and lime.

On the hunt for affordable, healthy meals that work for dinner or brunch? Get cracking—eggs, that is. Here protein-rich, budget-friendly eggs pair with other pantry staples for a cheap and easy recipe under calories per serving.

Save even more money when you substitute dried herbs you have on hand for the fresh herbs. Start planning your next chili night now. This low-cost slow cooker chili recipe can be prepped in 25 minutes.

Stir everything together in the slow cooker early in the day and come home to a healthy dinner loaded with veggies and 14 grams of protein. Sticking to healthy meals on a budget often means driving past your favorite eatery and straight home.

But with nutritious restaurant remakes like this, you can don't have to miss out on take-out flavor while saving money, sodium, and calories. Not only does this well-balanced pasta recipe clock in at under calories per serving, but it also takes only 20 minutes to prepare.

Comforting chili flavors, pasta, and cheese make this meal a family favorite. Oh yes, and it all comes together in one pan. Grilling vegetables brings out their natural sweetness; in this recipe, they're spiced and seasoned to give the fajitas extra flavor.

Bonus: If you grill no matter the season , this dish belongs in your regular rotation of budget-friendly healthy dinner recipes because you can find these veggies any time of year. Burger night just earned itself a healthy vegetarian upgrade.

Here we blend fiber- and protein-rich chickpeas with warm spices, sear them to crisp perfection, then serve with crunchy, good-for-you veggies.

Whole wheat noodles, no-salt-added canned tomatoes, and shrimp make this delicious meal surprisingly low-cal and nutritious. Use frozen shrimp instead of fresh to cut the cost of the seafood. Just don't skip the pinch of crushed red pepper flakes—they give this healthy meal on a budget just enough kick.

How many cheap, healthy meals can you make without chopping anything? This is one of the rare few. It's a no-knife-needed, "dump and done" slow cooker recipe for when you have no more than 10 minutes of hands-on prep time to spare.

This slow cooker dump dinner might be the easiest of all: It requires no chopping or measuring. How easy is that? Six ingredients, 10 minutes of prep time, and great flavor combine to make this a cheap, healthy dinner idea for any night of the week.

Since they're often loaded with affordable rice, canned veggies, and ground meat, stuffed peppers are one of the best dinner ideas to keep your wallet stuffed too. Thanks to Cuban elements like briny olives, earthy almonds, and sweet raisins, this recipe is wildly flavorful.

We know that combo might sound different from what you'd usually pair with beef and brown rice, but we bet you and your dinner companions will be blown away.

By Kenos

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