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Everyone needs a few frugal meals that they can make over and over. I also think it is nice to know about how much they cost. The dollar amounts listed here approximate what these would cost to feed my family of four using today’s prices. Here is the fifth set of 3 that I have made regularly throughout the years. Enjoy!
1. Roast pork tenderloin, baked potatoes, green beans.
Cost: Pork, seasonings. $2.00.
Cost: Potatoes, butter. $2.00.
Cost: Green beans.$.90.
2. Baked beans, macaroni and cheese, coleslaw.
Cost: Beans, onion, molasses, mustard, salt and pepper, $1.00.
Cost: Macaroni, milk, butter, flour, cheese, salt and pepper. $1.50.
Cost: Cabbage, carrot, mayo, vinegar, seasonings. $.50.
3. White bean and pork chili and cornbread with honey and butter.
Cost: Beans, onion, pork, broth or bouillon, green chilis.$1.50.
Cost:Cornmeal, APF, salt, baking powder, milk, oil, eggs, butter and honey.$1.00
This post is part of 31 Days Of Frugal Cooking.
Feel free to share. What are some of your favorite meals?