Best Money Tips: Expensive Ingredients You Can Replace

By Amy Lu on 1 December 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some great articles on expensive recipe ingredients you can replace, stores with the best return policies, apps to help you reach your daily goals, and more!

Top 5 Articles

12 Expensive Recipe Ingredients You Can Easily Replace — Some recipes only need maple syrup for the flavor; if that's the case, just combine brown sugar and water until you get the right consistency, and use that instead. [SuperMoney]

10 Stores With the Best Return Policies — Nordstrom (not to be confused with Nordstrom Rack) will take back any item at any time, with or without a receipt. [Money Talks News]

4 Apps That Will Help You Achieve Your Daily Goals — SmartyPig makes it fun to save! Plus, it allows friends, family, and other users to contribute to your goal. [Genuine Curiosity]

23 Foods Worth Making From Scratch at Home — Homemade spaghetti sauce is easy to make, and it won't have all the preservatives and sugar that come with jarred sauce. [Credit Donkey]

109 Random Acts of Kindness You Can Start Doing Today — Are you dining out today? Brighten your waiter's day with a generous tip! [PopSugar Smart Living]

Other Essential Reading

The Power of Delay — When you get the urge for a bad habit, simply delay. Tell yourself that you'll do it later, and you may find that the urge has passed when "later" comes around. [Zen Habits]

5 Ways to Stop Worrying — Sometimes we force ourselves no to enjoy something for fear of losing it — but know that you have the ability to deal with let down and loss. Go right ahead and enjoy yourself to the utmost! [Think Simple Now]

How to Make Cheap Wine Taste Expensive — Let your wine breathe a bit. You can get a cheap wine decanter or an aerator sprout, or even just let it sit in a pitcher — it really makes a difference! [Frugal Beautiful]

5 Tricks to Spot Good Financial Advice — Look for a site that features a wide range of products or services. [The Frugal Toad]

Thanksgiving Leftover Ideas — Still have some turkey left over from Thanksgiving? Toss it into a cobb salad and serve with cranberry sauce on the side. [Parenting Squad]

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