Best Money Tips: The Cheap Eats Edition

By Ashley Jacobs on 17 July 2014 0 comments

Welcome to Wise Bread's Best Money Tips Roundup! Today we found some of the best articles from around the web on ways to keep your food expenses low.

Top 5 Articles

98 Cheap and Easy Foods to Make Under 5 Bucks! — Did you know you can make breakfast burritos and French Onion soup for under $5? [And Then We Saved]

How to Afford Organic Food on a Budget — Afford organic food on a budget by planting a garden or joining a CSA. [Money Saving Mom]

10 Grocery Items With a Long Shelf Life — Vinegar can last indefinitely, while canned soda can last for about a year. [PopSugar Smart Living]

5 Ways to Save Money at Restaurants — Taking advantage of happy hour deals can help you save the next time you dine out. [US News & World Report]

Helping to Make One Grocery Trip Last Two Weeks — To make one grocery trip last two weeks, cook with squash and make pesto. [Frugal Confessions]

Other Essential Reading

Save Money at the Grocery Store — Planning out your meals for at least a week can help you save at the grocery store. [Cash The Checks]

What Should and Shouldn't I Microwave? — It's ok to microwave food in glass containers, but not aluminum foil. [Lifehacker]

Money-Saving Barbecue Menu Ideas — Gourmet hotdogs are a frugal and fun barbecue menu option. [Financial Highway]

5 Ways to Enjoy Eating Out Without Spending a Lot on Food — To dine out frugally, go for a picnic or attend a local Farmer's Market. [Canadian Finance Blog]

Top 10 Resources for Delicious and Nutritious Baby Food — and are a couple great places where you can find nutritious baby food. [Parenting Squad]

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