What are some cheap and easy recipes that you don’t have to buy expensive ingredients for?

Or do you know of any websites that tell some cheap and easy recipes? Thanks! 🙂

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18 Responses to “What are some cheap and easy recipes that you don’t have to buy expensive ingredients for?”

  1. May said:

    Mac and cheese is a good option. Ramen noodles.

  2. dsakfgas said:

    egg mcmuffin. recipe : 1 short walk or drive to nearest mcdonalds, about $3, a cashier, and there u go

  3. ebethw85 said:

    my mom really loves allrecipes.com. they are generally pretty easy, and you don’t have to buy special ingredients for.

  4. judy f said:

    Yahoo has a lot of good recipes. I think they started

    having recipes not too long ago.

  5. Sookie said:

    French Bread Pizza is pretty cheap.

  6. jac_e_23 said:
  7. huntingrl said:

    Foodnetwork.com

    It rates recipes from easy to hard.
    Reading the ingredients list is usually the best way to tell how expensive it will be. You can also search this website by keywords like “easy” “inexpensive” and by ingredients.

  8. tain said:

    I usually mix a can of tuna into ramen and then drop in some mixed vegies. Boil until its the level you want and serve.

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  10. Angelzmisery said:

    3.87- stouffers box …comes with rice, seasoning and can of soup for using on chicken or turkey you use . Altogether costs 8 bucks …and can feed a family of 4, all you have to do is bake it and in my house theres always a box around so we can bake it, do our work and make that night end easier for everyone.

  11. Joletita said:

    Cereal….it works for me…or spaghetty you boil the noodle thinggys, and you cook the meat with a little bit of oil and a little bit of salt ansd garlic and then you just add the sauce and you let it warm up and Viola! you’ve got your spaghetty…(sigh) it’s pretty easy….
    ” Don’t judge the size of a city by the # of taco stands it has in its corners”
    -A. G. Harris

  12. Linda D said:

    Oven-Baked Chicken Parmesan

    4 boneless chicken breasts
    1 egg, slightly beaten
    3/4 cup seasoned dry bread crumbs
    1 jar (26-28 oz.) Pasta Sause
    1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese (4 oz.)

    Preheat oven to 400 degrees.

    Dip chicken in egg, then bread crumbs, coating well.
    In 13″x9″ glass baking dish, arrange chicken. Bake uncovered 20 minutes.
    Pour pasta sauce over chicken, then top with cheese. Bake an additional 10 minutes, or until chicken is no longer pink.
    Serve with hot cooked pasta and a salad.

    *** I cut the chicken breasts in half – for easier eating ***

    I cook this one a lot because there’s only 5 ingredients and it’s so easy.
    Good luck!

  13. Cynthia S said:

    Chicken tastes great when you marinate it in italian dressing. Just buy some breasts and marinate them in the dressing, and bake them in the oven for an hour at about 375 degrees or throw them on the George Foreman for 10 minutes (thawed). You could try them along with some pasta noodles and marinara sauce. Chicken Parmigiana! Dinner for two for about $10.

  14. SWTCHKS925 said:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com
    http://www.bettycrocker.com
    http://www.cheapcooking.com
    http://www.cooks.com
    http://www.betterbudgeting.com/frugalcookbook.htm

    just to name a few. another good thing to do is get a blank cookbook so you can put all the recipes in it and it will make it easier to find them. and ask some of your female relatives for some of their relatives (the ones who cook good, that is). then you have great recipes and a start to a family heirloom. 🙂

  15. Sally M said:

    allreceipts.com it will give you many inexpensive meal plans good luck and have fun

  16. angelbaby said:

    tuna fish and noodles
    just noodles, tuna, cream of mushroom soup, and milk

  17. blueravenmoon said:

    Make a bed for LidaD’s recipe.Add to boiling water with salt and olive oil (or vegetable oil) some rotinni pasta (around $1 for a box) for 10 mins when done strain the noodles and add some store bought alfredo sauce (for about $2 a jar). Top with Lindas recipe for chicken. If you want to go further before straining the rotini(or whatever else pasta you decide)add a bag of Italian mix frozen vegetables (about $2 a bag)to the already boiling pasta then drain. you can then add alfredo sauce and top with the chicken. Bag of salad for around ($3 or less),they come already to serve. They also have garlic bread in the freezer section of supermarket just re-heat in oven (abt another $2). Gosh , You are so to impress with this without the hazzle. Very romantic without the $$$ you spend in a restaurant. Add some of your own details, candles,rose or any flower petals on the table(if it is a romantic theme)if it is just a friend gathering maybe have handy or on the table some pictures of moments spent with the invited, good honest conversation and you have a lovely evening. Hope it helps. 🙂

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