Poor Mom's Frugal Recipes

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Hosted by Jami Whitehead
Group active since Mon, Jan 04, 2010

Short on time and money? Don't worry , you can feed a family of 4 with these easy recipes for less than $5



 

Breakfast dippers?

Just_Ria
By 'Ria Murphy - Aug 16, 2014

My daughter loves those breakfast sausage wrapped in pancake on a stick things (like corndogs) you can get in the freezer section at the store. The problem?
(a) I rarely trust the ingredients in pre-processed foods.
(b) We're poor.

I've tried twice now, but can't seem to get my pancake batter to stick to the sausage to deep fry them, and I would really like to make a huge batch of these for the freezer for her in the mornings. Can anyone help?

Buon Natale! Felice Anno Nuovo!

StillWild
By ~ StillWild ~ - Dec 23, 2013

To All of You Wonderful Cooks and Your Families ~ Wishing you the Merriest Christmas and Happiest New Year! Stay Well and Keep Safe!

glad to find this group

12quietgal2
By catherine smith - Jul 23, 2013

Hi I'm happy to see that in lean times you can still make meals that taste good.Sometimes I need a little help to make things come together..


cheap coffee

catgirl1954
By Melissa Anderson - Apr 10, 2013

I read that you can 1/8 teaspoon of salt or cinnamon in your cheap coffee. Take the bad taste away. I try it does works.

It's Black Friday and if you are short on energy...

dinee
By Diane M. - Nov 23, 2012

Here's an easy and tasty meal that I like to fall back on....I run to Costco, get a bag of their frozen meatballs and a jar of their mango salsa (in the deli section). I put some meatballs in a crockpot and pour some of the mango salsa over the meatballs and cook for a couple of hours, or until hot. I serve this over rice, maybe add a green salad or fruit salad and egg rolls. Soooo simple and good! I also serve these as appetizers for parties. Plus the leftover frozen meatballs can be used for so many other dishes....