Hi everybody! We’re back to share what some of our readers and bloggers had to say for last month’s Monthly Morsel Question What’s your favorite Budget Recipe?
We loved checking out everyone’s delicious and cheap-to-make recipes. See what was shared below! Plus be sure to check out our new question at the bottom.
Addie from Culicurious, another contributor for RecipeLion said:
“My favorite budget recipe from my site is butternut squash with chipotle. It’s a simple recipe to prepare and won’t leave a dent in your wallet. It’s also very healthy, which is a major plus.”
Mama J (Jenni) another contributor for RecipeLion and creator of A Little Bit Crunchy, A Little Rock and Roll blog said:
“My favorite budget recipe is for “Scrappy” Vegetable Stock. I use this recipe all winter long when cooking rice or making soups. Homemade stock tastes so much better than anything you can buy in the store. This recipe only costs pennies to make and uses all the vegetable pieces you would normally throw away.”
“Also with one bag of frozen Edamame (soy beans) and some brown rice, these Edamame Cakes with Soy Drizzling Sauce turn out to be not only inexpensive to make but healthy and delicious too.”
Marisa from BnBFinder and also one of our guest posters said:
â€œHaving just graduated from college, I know a little bit about budget recipes, so I had a lot of recipes to choose from. One of my favorite things about working on a budget is being able to improvise and experiment .â€¦see the recipe for Easy B&B-Style French Toast and the rest of the guest post here.
Lisa from Lisa’s Kitchen said:
â€œMy favorite budget recipe is this Indian-Style Yellow Split Pea Curry… it takes no more than 10 minutes of preparation and 15 minutes of cooking.”
Emily from Harvard Common Press said:
See Emily’s favorite budget recipe, Payless Pasta here.
Please note, this will be our last Monthly Morsel round-up, instead be sure to check back each month for the NEW This Month’s Healthy Bite! The latest Healthy Bite question is What are your favorite healthy recipes for Baked Goods?
Email us your answer or just simply comment on this blog post, and we’ll publish your answers and link to your blog at the end of the month. Got some blogger friends who would like us to link to them too? Ask them to answer the This Month’s Healthy Bite question too!
Have a great day!
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