Taking care of a family can be costly at times, but there are ways you can reduce your expenses. Food and grocery shopping is an essential part of your budget. But you can save money on groceries, and use that extra money for something else. Here are 7 tips to help you save money grocery shopping.
One of the meals I absolutely love that my mom always made is taco salad. She even had her own taco dressing. I loved her taco salad so much that any time I ever bought taco salad out to eat, I was always disappointed.
I had a taste for some type of pie dessert, but I decided I didn’t want to make a traditional pie. It just so happened that I had multiple blackberry flavored items in stock, and came up with these triple blackberry pie pastries.
These are kind of like single serving pies, and they are pretty easy to make. They just need to be put together and popped in the oven. When they are just about cool enough to eat, you can quickly make the chocolate blackberry drizzle.
When you come home from a long day at work, or invite company over, the last thing you want is for your house to smell dirty. (Well, that may not be the last thing you want, but it’s definitely something you don’t want.) There are many stinky culprits a home can have. But the good news is that yours doesn’t have to fall victim to these; there’s things you can do.
“Meal planning is great!”
“It’s a timesaver!”
“It saves money!”
Have you heard these things about meal planning? I know I have. But often it ends there, kind of leaving you hanging, wanting to do it, but a bit overwhelmed as to how to do it.