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I admit it, I like to eat. The grocery store is where I seem to consistently overspend.  After crunching some numbers, I’ve decided to challenge myself to eat frugally but well. I searched the internet for good food meal ideas with little cash. Here are 15 low-cost meal ideas to cook on a budget without sacrificing taste.

Italian Eggplant Bake

This meat-free meal is easy and ridiculously inexpensive to prepare. The rich creaminess of the eggplant satisfies with yummy garlic and Italian herbs. Get the recipe here.

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Chicken Caesar Wraps

Bring the best part of a Caesar salad to a wrap with this slow cooker crowd-pleaser. Click here for the recipe.

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Sour Cream and Onion Tuna Casserole

You’ve never tasted a tuna casserole this good! It takes like sour cream and onion potato chips. Find out how to make it here.

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Pressure Cooker Chicken and Rice

If you don’t own a pressure cooker, you can easily make this in a slow cooker. Split or whole chickens are the thriftiest cuts to use when creating this scrumptious meal. Get the recipe here.


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Pretzel Woven Hot Dogs

Eating on a budget doesn’t have to mean wieners and ramen noodles, unless you want them in your meal plan! Try out these delicious pretzel woven hot dogs here.

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Spaghetti Carbonara

Poor man’s pasta perfection with creamy noodles and satisfying bacon! Find out how to make it here.


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Shrimp Creole

Bring the taste of Louisiana to your table with Shrimp Creole. Use bagged frozen shrimp for this recipe to save.

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Crock Pot Orange Chicken

In the mood for Chinese take-out? Save your cash and prepare Crock Pot Orange Chicken at home. Get the recipe here.

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Spinach Mushroom Feta Crustless Quiche

Fill up with this rich and delicious quiche. Eggs are a powerhouse of nutrition and they’re eggstra economical! Here’s the recipe.

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Spicy Dr. Pepper Shredded Pork

Sweet, spicy, tender and moist, this dish will feed you for days. Get the recipe here.

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Rigatoni With Bolognese Sauce

This baked pasta delight reheats like a dream for left-overs lunches. You can substitute cream cheese for mascarpone to save even more. Find out how to make it here.

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Red Lentil Tomato Soup

Lentils are a health food favorite for good reason. They’re high in fiber, lower cholesterol and are full of protein. Plus they are ridiculously economical. Try this recipe here.

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Sesame Beef Strips and Stir-Fry Vegetables

Prepare this Asian-inspired with frozen bagged veggies to save even more. Get the recipe here.

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Pesto Pasta

A basic pesto pasta is so satisfying in the hot summer months. Get  the delicious recipe here.

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