Does the school year have you panicking about what to make for dinner? It shouldn’t! These simple school night suppers are perfect for busy weeknights. They’re kid-friendly and parent-approved, and go from grocery bag to dinner table in 29 minutes or less!
Meal planning is THE no-brainer way to avoid takeout, and will make sure you don’t waste any food from your fridge or pantry. If you need accountability to meal plan every week, you don’t want to miss this monthly challenge!
Eating at home is WAY more cost-effective than eating at a local restaurant or grabbing takeout. These 5 cookbooks have made it to the top of my money-saving favorites, and I rely on them constantly to stretch our meals!
Have a ton of ham leftover from Easter dinner? Don’t let let that expensive meat go to waste. Here’s how to dice and freeze leftover ham so you always have it available for casseroles, soups, and more!
This year’s focus on mini habits kicked off with a super fun challenge — make your own bread from SCRATCH. I’m sharing how I did, as well as a newly discovered bread recipe you will want to try right away!
If you have trouble getting your bread to look and taste just right, here’s a great list of homemade bread troubleshooting tips to help improve your skills. Finally get that perfect-looking loaf, every time!
Learning to make your own bread is a frugal habit every homemaker should try! Not only is it much healthier, homemade bread costs pennies compared to those overpriced loaves at the store. Try one of the 9 recipes in this post to get started!
Don’t let the high cost of real food keep you from living a healthier life! These 8 meal planning resources will teach you how to save on quality ingredients, create a meal plan that works, and cook nutritious meals at home without breaking the bank.
Download this free summer BBQ checklist and ALWAYS remember what to bring for your next picnic. Includes an extra space for notes and is great for planning ahead!