I love to cook and bake for my family and friends. It’s a passion of mine. It all started when my daughter was born with a milk allergy. I quickly had to learn how to adjust recipes to be safe for my family. It took a while but I was able to adjust recipes we loved to work with our new diet restriction.
Not only do I love to cook and bake but I also love to provide my family with good food on a budget. On this page you will find links to some posts that will help you provide your family with good food and keep within your budget too.
Use this link to browse through everything food related that we have on Frugal Family Home, or keep on reading. 🙂
Cheap eats are posts showcasing some of the inexpensive meals we eat or really inexpensive recipes. I’ve included cost of each ingredient and how much the whole meal will cost per person. If you need to cut your grocery budget you might consider adding one of these meals a week to your menu plan.
The frugal challenge posts are to compare the prices of eating out to making the same dishes at home. It always shocking to me to see how much more it really cost to eat out.
Meal planning really helps me use what I have on hand and keep my pantry stocked. Meal planning also saves me money. If you don’t menu plan but want to get started check out my menu planning page for help.
I share our menu plan on Monday mornings each week. If you need some menu plan ideas, along with some recipe links, be sure to check our menu plans.
Here’s a few kitchen tips I’ve learned. I have a few right now but I’m hoping to add more to this section soon. Be sure to check back for updates.
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