It’s time to share your frugal and nourishing tips and recipes! Where do you shop for quality food at a lower price? What recipe saves a penny? How do you balance a budget with nourishing food? Share here.
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Your Name: Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet (6 Tips for Eating Frugally)
Your Link: https://www.thenourishinggourmet.com/6tips
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This recipe is in honor of women whose husbands crave some of those not-s0-good-for-you convenience treats. You can pop these healthy ‘hostess’ apple pies in the freezer, and put one in his lunch to be thawed for his dessert!
Have a lovely day!
ummmm those look scrumptious 🙂
Paula @ Whole Intentions
Good afternoon Kimi,
Today I linked GF Bread That Tastes Like Wheat and GF, CF Pizza Crust & Sauce. These two recipes were favorites when we became gluten-free.
Thanks again for hosting!
Laureen @ Fox in the Kitchen
Happy Thursday everyone!
This week I’m sharing two recipes – Citrus Marinade for Chicken & Tips For Freezing, sooo yummy and easy as can be.
– Plus Sweet & Spicy Kale Chips w/ Recipe Round Up. Everyone loves kale chips!
Kristel from Healthy Frugalista
I posted about how to use and freeze garlic scapes. I love having scapes in the freezer to add to winter soups. It reminds me spring is just around the corner!
Jennifer @ 20 something allergies
Sweet potato fries are a great way to make bellies happy without emptying your pocketbook. It’s a nice way to relieve the burden on our budget when we rely on foods that are pastured, local, and organic and mainly eat meat, vegetables, and fruit.
Debbie @ Easy Natural Food
Hi Kimi, I’m sharing my Shrimp Cake Bites and Quinoa Salad w/ Honey Mustard Dressing. Thanks for hosting!
Kendahl @ Our Nourishing Roots
This week I am sharing my post on how to make Homemade Magic Shell. I call it my “Magic” Chocolate Sauce, that hardens over ice cream, is GAPS-friendly, and gets more coconut oil into your diet.
I also have a post on 10 Ways to Reduce Stress Naturally. I use them all, and they all help me get to sleep at night!
And most recently, I have my latest REAL FOOD 101 series, all about how to make Homemade Buttermilk Biscuits. I have 4 recipes there, one for drop biscuits and one for rolled out, and then dairy-free versions of each. And I have tried each of them personally, so I know they all work. Enjoy 🙂
Barb @ Frugal Local Kitchen
Thanks for hosting! I shared my cooking with kids post: http://www.frugallocalkitchen.com/blog/mollie-katzens-giant-puffed-pancake/
I’m so happy to see the heavy metal post show up here. I mentioned it to a friend, and now I can send her the link.
Katie @ Riddlelove
Hi there! I’m sharing a free, new weekly menu plan with recipes, as well as a post suggesting ways to bless a new mama or a family in need of extra support. Thanks for hosting!
Heba @ midEATS
Hi there! I shared my grain-free tabbouleh salad recipe. It’s a yummy twist on the authentic Lebanese salad, but without the bulgur. 🙂
Caralyn @ glutenfreehappytummy
thank you so much for hosting! this week, i shared my Sugar Free Cashew Custard in Cinnamon Crunch Bowls! They’re gluten free, vegan, and Body Ecology Diet friendly! Thanks again!
Hope you’re having a good week (or better week).
This week I am sharing…
(1)Lasagna (Vegan, Gluten Free, Grain Free, SCD)
(2) Informational post: There’s Gluten in That? Surprising Foods, Cosmetics, and Pills That Contain Gluten
(3) Ginger Mint Limonade (SCD friendly with vegan option).
Not only does the saucy sprout recipe save you money, but it gives you energy too! — And isn’t that worth even more!
6512 and growing
Thanks for hosting all these great ideas!
Mine is a recipe for (easy!) fermented ginger carrots:
I posted a deliciously simple recipe tonight. Apple Chicken Sausage with Green Beans and Goat Cheese. I hope you enjoy it.
Amanda @ Traditional Foods
Thanks for hosting! I shared two methods for freezing greens and also food science information on soaking grains.
Amanda @ Traditional Foods
I also shared a recipe for a salmon wrap on my calcium site.
Hi! Today I’m leaving Sweet Potato, Avocado and Feta Tostadas.
Hi Kimi, I hope you had a fantastic week! Thanks for hosting. Today I shared a recipe for Mexican inspired black bean hummus that is spicy, smoky, and creamy.
Today I’m sharing one of my all time favorite recipes for Super Simple, Succulent Roast Chicken!
thanks for the link up. I am on a journey to get more real food into our family diet. It is a journey. I love to see how others are doing along the same path. I love to see what is hapening in others kitchens.
Anastasia @Healthy Mama Info
Thank you for hosting the linky! I shared a salad recipe.