One of the things all of us don’t look forward to after Christmas is paying off the gifts that were purchased for Christmas. Hopefully many of us can say we don’t have that credit card bill, but unfortunately a lot of people do. Here are a few tips that have helped our family during the year so we don’t have to pay off Christmas items later. 1. Set a budget Determine how much money you are
If I have bananas that I'm not able to eat fast enough and they turn brown, I'll freeze them and then use them later for banana bread or other recipes that call for bananas. As I was looking for a new banana recipe, I came across this yummy Banana Crumb Muffins recipe from AllRecipes.com. It's delicious! So if you have any unused bananas, try making these muffins. Ingredients 1 1/2 cups
We've had a few cold days over the past few weeks, so yesterday I decided to make Homemade Chicken Noodle Soup with the 4-Ingredient Homemade Noodles. This is a family favorite! It tastes better than canned soup, and it's an inexpensive meal to make for the whole family. Not only do we love to eat this on cold days to warm up, but we also make it if someone in our family is sick. It's just one of
Making your own mixes can save you save you a few cents here and there, but it really adds up over time. Livin' the Dream shares its homemade recipes on how to make a hot chocolate mix, baking mix (comparable to Bisquik), ranch dressing, onion seasoning, and granola.I'm definitely going to try these out.Thanks, Melanie!
I love things that save me time and money. Here's a simple Sour Cream Chicken Enchilada recipe that my family enjoys. I was able to purchase all of the food items when they were on sale. Easy Chicken Enchiladas 3-4 Chicken Breasts, cooked and shredded 1 can (28 oz.) green or red enchilada sauce, 28 oz. 1 cup sour cream 1 1/2 cups shredded cheese, divided 8-10 Tortillas, warmed If you