Vegetable soup doesn't get enough credit. Too often it's only used as a get-well remedy instead of a dinner spotlight. This $2 and 40 Minute Soup recipe is here to change all that. Time to throw out those over-salted, super-liquidly, probably expired cans in your pantry and trade up to a vegetable soup you'll crave for a main course every day of the week.
Saag Paneer is unquestionably my favorite Indian dish and my only complaint at restaurants is that I spend $12 but never get enough! Well, portion problem solved. In 30 minutes, for $1.75/serving I can make more than I can eat, know all my ingredients, and not have to share with anyone!
Meal prepping is all about finding quick ways to make large quantities of delicious food. Which makes this overnight black bean recipe the epitome of a great meal prep recipe! Just 5 minutes of touch time, some planning ahead (you are meal prepping after all...), and $0.15 worth of ingredients per serving and you'll have created a healthy, versatile dish that pairs with just about any protein or vegetable you can think of!
Not many people are indifferent about lentils (just like Brussels Sprouts!) - either you love them or you avoid them. This straightforward recipe aims to create more lentil lovers by showing how to make delicious, $0.15 per serving lentils in less than an hour with minimal touch time! All these factors make lentils the perfect dish to have cooking away in the background while you meal prep!
What makes eggs better? Pesto. What makes beans better? Pesto. What makes salad better? Pesto. What makes my life better? Pesto (and my beautiful, loving girlfriend, of course!). I think you're starting to see the theme here. Pesto makes everything better. And what makes better, even better? A jar of almond cashew pesto that only costs $6 and can be made in 10 minutes.
If you're searching for salad inspiration, then look no further! Crisp green apple with walnuts and feta will provide all the inspiration you need!
Time to move on to bigger and better things than that pre-prepared salad!
I'm all for some great restaurant crispy Brussels sprouts but for $8-10 dollars an appetizer plate, it's just not financially sustainable. There's got to be a way to get these delicious vegetables on the plate every night without breaking the bank. Good thing you can pick some up at the grocery store for $2 and in 30 minutes you can recreate that restaurant experience in your own kitchen!
What's orange, red, green and baked in a muffin tin? Sweet potato haystacks of course!
Love potato salad, but trying to eat less white potatoes?? Cauliflower Faux-Potato Salad to the rescue!