(Note: Half of you haven’t been linking to the carnival! Please do! I will be checking everyone’s post today.)
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.
If you would like to participate please take note of the following guidelines.
1)Link to this post in your blog post
2)Using the Mr. Linky, link back to your specific post, not just your blog.
Example of Format
Your Name: Kimi @ The Nourishing Gourmet (6 Tips for Eating Frugally)
Your URL: https://www.thenourishinggourmet.com/6tips
3) Keep the ingredients nourishing and frugal!
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Cranberry juice proven over and over again to fight urinary tract infections. New research has now discovered how cranberries actually fight bacteria at the molecular level. With this in mind, here is a super simple cranberry drink I’ve sort of invented for myself.
Kelly the Kitchen Kop
Making your own homemade broth is not only much less expensive but waaaay more nutritious, and using this special ingredient it’s even better!
Avivah @ Oceans of Joy
Who said it costs a lot to eat healthfully?? Not around here it doesn’t! Today I shared a recipe that was only – get this – $5.04 for our entire family of 11! Cost breakdown of ingredients included.
This weeks post is Fillet of Sole Almondine! Its a great recipe, 5* and Gluten free! Thanks for hosting!!
Michelle (Health Food Lover)
This week I have a post for all the ginger lovers out there! Three ginger treat recipes: all tasty and delicious, and very economical.
Thanks for hosting!
Sarah, The Healthy Home Economist
Hi Kimi – thanks for such a great carnival!
Here’s a quickie video on how to make french fries your family will go wild over and you will feel good about serving!
I posted Mariel Hemingway’s turkey and veggie sausages. So yummy!
I missed it last wee but I’m back here this week with double the entries! Both due to my garden excess – Sprouted Wheat Zucchini Bread with Chocolate Chunks & Ginger, and a Southwestern Garden Succotash. Thank you, as always,for hosting Kimi!
Kari @ Eating Simply
I’m sharing a delicious and summery Cucumber Vinaigrette that can help use up all those cucumbers coming in from the garden this time of year. So easy, healthy, and super frugal!
Wendy (The Local Cook)
Thank you for hosting! And I’ve noticed that a lot of link parties are reporting that people aren’t linking back. Not only is that bad manners, but I think it provides a service to your readers to link back. We’re all looking for good ideas!
Cocoa Power Bars are so easy to make and so easy to power down,no baking . My dd, the apprentice chef decided to change out a recipe again to her liking. She used one of the recipes from “Easy Snacks to Go” from http://www.kitchenstewardship.com .
That ice cream you shared looks yummy too. Leah is also trying to figure out how to make ice cream, first she’s trying to find out how to make her own ice cream machine…., gotta love the entrepreneurial spirit.
thank you for hosting Kimi!
blessings in Messiah
First time I’ve linked up, but this is such a simple, easy, healthy and frugal dip that I couldn’t resist. Enjoy!
My husband is a big snacker so I posted a recipe for fresh salsa that is popular at our house along with ways to modify it based on what you have. It is really helping us to use through all the tomatoes we’ve been getting from our CSA share lately.
Digestion is such a central part of our health. It pays to use these six simple tips that will help heal your gut so you can get the most out of your food!
The Coconut Mama
Raw milk cheese is expensive to buy. I found a way to make a quick, raw milk, mozzarella cheese!
Thanks for hosting this wonderful carnival! I’m linked up! =-)
Tried using coconut oil in my favorite crepe recipe – of course, it worked wonderfully! Recipes for both the crepes and ricotta filling – enjoy with your favorite fresh berries!
This vegetarian meatloaf rivals June Cleaver’s, we promise!
Kaitlin With Honey
That Carrot Cake Cupcakes post (34) was a mistake! So sorry about that.
Since you’re checking that people are linking back, are you also checking for content? I’m curious what your standards are. A couple of the links I looked at were definitely NOT real-food friendly — low fat, low-cal, white flour, etc. Not something I would ever make, no matter how frugal! Just wondering if that matters to you….