Come see the 5 Frugal things I did this week to save money on food. With the crazy prices in the grocery store, we can all use a little money-saving inspiration, right? There were lots of opportunities to save some money this week. And this 5 Frugal Things post focuses on ways we’ve saved on food.
Creamy homemade coleslaw is easy to make and requires only a few simple ingredients. Just mix shredded cabbage and carrots with a simple creamy dressing made of mayonnaise, vinegar, sugar and celery seed.
This is a super easy coleslaw recipe you don’t want to miss.
A list of the top 10 posts of 2022 most favored by our readers – y’all loved everything from a delicious lemon no-bake pie to homemade jelly made with fresh grapes. There are easier homemade recipes, saving money, gardening tips and MUCH MORE.
Grab a cup of coffee and settle in for some good reading, y’all. I’m sharing the best of the best right here!
These simple air fryer roasted chickpeas make a crunchy, salty, savory snack in minutes! All you need is a can of chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans), some olive oil and a handful of savory spices.
Eating chickpeas offers not only fiber and protein but iron, zinc, vitamin B6 & much more. A quick & healthy crispy snack – Perfect!
Quick Cash For When Times Get Tough. Whether it’s unexpected expenses for illness or just monthly income shortage, money is tight for many. You may be wondering what type of side gigs you can do to get a quick little cash infusion to help bridge the gap. Here are a few ideas you may or may not have thought of to earn a little extra money fast.
Everyone loves candied pecans! This simple recipe first coats pecan halves in whipped egg white, then coated with cinnamon and sugar. Just bake them slowly until browned and crispy. Sweet, salty and crunchy!
Plus, we like to give consumable gifts and these candied cinnamon pecans make a very fast and easy gift idea too!