Strategies used this week:
- I'm making a fresh batch of homemade yogurt this week. Making yogurt is very cost effective and it's uses go far beyond just eating it by the spoonful. My husband loathes mayo with a passion and so I will substitute a portion of the mayo called for in a recipe for yogurt. This also saves money because the unit cost of homemade yogurt is less than mayo. This week, I'm extending my yogurt use to a cream cheese substitute. I am again saving money by utilizing the yogurt rather than buying cream cheese. Finally, yogurt will be used in breakfast smoothies and parfaits. (Instructions for making your own yogurt can be found by following the links listed below).
- Granola cereal, banana
- Bacon, lettuce, avocado, tomato wraps (using homemade tortillas)
- Spinach salad (spinach + strawberries, blue cheese crumbles, raisins, pecans/almonds, raspberry vinaigrette dressing)
- Potato & cheese pierogies, kale
- Hawaiian chicken, rice, sugar snap peas
- Repeat red beans, sausage and rice meal
- Quinoa veggie burger on homemade buns, seasoned fries
- Fettuccine alfredo topped with grilled chicken, brussels sprouts (for the cream cheese ingredient in the alfredo recipe, I'll be using a portion of the homemade yogurt to make yogurt cheese)
- Red beans, sausage and rice (hubby's creation)
- Breakfast for dinner: French toast using homemade challah bread
-celery with peanut butter
-fruit: oranges, bananas, apples
-yogurt & strawberries
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