Healthy cookies can be a tricky thing. If you don’t do it right, they don’t really taste like cookies at all and won’t satisfy that craving, at least not for me. But these Nut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies scratched that itch no problem!
When thinking about budget meals, many people immediately think of pasta with red sauce. But if you’re getting tired of that combination, this Pumpkin Sage Pasta recipe is super easy and is less than $0.50 per serving!
Before we left the United States to head down into Mexico I made absolutely sure that I had canned pumpkin on hand so that we could have this vegan pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving. Because are you even having a Thanksgiving if you don’t have pumpkin pie?
Okay, this black bean soup recipe isn’t as instant as opening a can but it does come together fast and costs so much less!
Tofu Fried Rice is a quick, budget-friendly, one-pot recipe that you can tailor to your tastes. It’s great for using up veggies at the end of the week.
If you’re on a budget, it’s hard to beat microwave oatmeal for its nutritional bang for the buck. It also keeps you fueled until lunch!
Are you struggling with an out of control sweet tooth? If so, give these No Bake Carrot Cake Bites a try! Satisfy that sweet tooth with these 126 calorie balls.
If you’re looking for a healthier snack that’s fast to make and will still satisfy your sweet tooth, you’ve gotta try these No Bake Cranberry Energy Balls!
You know you’re supposed to eat your greens. And you love collard greens but don’t they take forever to cook? Not in a pressure cooker! Get your green fix with these easy Instant Pot Smoky Collard Greens.
Hooray, it’s officially soup season! It’s the perfect time to share with you this Easy Instant Pot Vegetable Soup.
But, I have to warn you, I’m going to have a bit of a split personality about food for a bit. Where we are right now is decidedly NOT fall-like. We’ve been seeing 100ºF+ for the last couple of weeks. No bueno! And definitely not soup weather.