Healthy On a Budget
Breakfast QuichesMy family is rather spontaneous when it comes to cooking in the kitchen. We had a Cooks Essential's brownie maker sitting in a box just left to collect dust. So, we decided to make some quiches with it (you can use regular cupcake pans). I love this recipe because you can make it your own. You can use what ever vegetable you have on hand.
Vegetarian Enchilada casseroleEver since I became a vegetarian, my family started to jump on this lifestyle with me. So we switched up one of our favorite dinners, Enchilada casserole, and made it into something we could all enjoy, leaving room for leftovers...
Roast Chicken with Potatoes and Butternut SquashThis is a very healthy and hearty recipe that feeds 4 people and costs as much as $1.62 per serving. This recipe is versatile, so feel free to use any vegetable of your choice.
Healthy Wheat-CrackerThis recipe is very fun and also happens to be one of our healthy go-to snacks. Again, this is a recipes that you can make your own and incorporate the food items you may already have in your cabinet or refrigerator. This recipe costs about $2.21 per serving give or take the ingredients chosen by you.
Veggie PizzaMaking homemade pizzas was a very memorable part of my childhood, and with me being a vegetarian, of course i had to switch the average pizza. This recipe is great for a family that likes to bond and have fun cooking in the kitchen together and it only costs $2.49 per serving give or take the ingredients swapped, added, or removed.
This mini cookbook is an inspired product of a Senior Exit Project I am doing so that I may graduate. In This mini cookbook you will find recipes that contain cheap, healthy food ideas. America seems to be known as one of the "fattest" countries, and though it is way to expensive to live the organic, gluten free, non-GMO lifestyle, there are ways to incorporate healthier food choices into your diet. This is the main purpose of the mini cookbook.
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