Herbed Potato Soup

Potato Soup

 According to the latest news report, inflation is cooling down. I guess no one was buying eggs the day they wrote the report… Herbed Potato Soup doesn’t contain eggs, and is downright good stuff, and cheap dinner fare!

I happened to be in the grocery store when they were practically giving away 5# bags of potatoes for 99¢ a bag. All of the ingredients add up to less than 50¢ per serving, and that’s with fresh herbs, whole milk, and butter! The bonus of it all is that it also tastes good!

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Pepperoni Pizza Pasta Bake

Pepperoni and Pasta in a Bowl

Who doesn’t love alliteration? Well this recipe has that and it tastes great! Did I mention Pepperoni Pizza Pasta Bake is also thrifty? This recipe is a mashup of several different 1970’s recipes.

I added up the cost of the ingredients. With eight large servings, this family friendly and good enough for company recipe comes to less than $1 a serving AND everyone will eat it!

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Apple Bread

Photo of Apple Bread

Everyone has a few apples in their refrigerator. This Apple Bread recipe is a lower sugar dessert that can use up those apples in the back of your refrigerator that are well past their prime. This 1950’s recipe is from a farm magazine from many years ago. It presents well, and is sure to be a great after school snack or a Christmas gift to replace that fruit cake no one cares to eat!

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Roast Beef and Potatoes

Beef Roast and Potatoes

If you are in the market for housing, a car, or gasoline, you may have noticed that the prices have gone up. Way up.

Here’s a recipe for no-waste Roast Beef and Potatoes that will allow you to use a cheaper cut (I used a Sirloin Tip Roast purchased for $2.99 a pound) that I guarantee will come out tender and flavorful!

With this recipe, you might have enough money left in your budget to buy a 2X4.

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