We are big fans of meal planning and being frugal while at it.
But if you only know a handful of recipes and keep on recycling them week in and week out, things will definitely get boring.
I know we’ve given you so many recipe ideas over the years, but hey, if you are anything like me, I’d like my stuff nicely arranged in one place! Which is why we thought of listing 98 frugal meal ideas in one post.
Come on, I know you want to bookmark it!
Slow cooker Sausages in Onion Gravy is perhaps one of the easiest recipes on the entire website to make! You can use any type of sausages, I particularly like using Italian style as it gives it a bit of a kick.
Oh, nothing better than a piece of Bacon and Veggie slice for lunch, this is an easy-to-cook recipe that is tasty and filling for the family.
Even if you aren’t a fan of pork chops, you need to try this recipe because lemon + Parmesan cheese + pork = love!
This recipe is healthy, filling, and very easy to make! The combination of spicy and sweet makes this dish a big hit.
We used ham as our pastry and the result of these healthy snacks jampacked with veggies is TASTY!
One never goes wrong with apple and cinnamon. Work magic on your pork using this recipe!
An easier to make and more family-friendly version of the French classic!
Do your own take away at home with this yummy Sweet N Sour Pork recipe. You know exactly what has gone into it and it tastes even better than the takeaway one!
Sausage Casserole is an easy “all-in” recipe that provides a wonderful and complete dinner for the entire family!
If you have an electric pressure cooker and want to use it for more than just boring stews, here’s a recipe that you need to check out!
Who doesn’t love pulled pork? At least everybody in my house does! Here’s a yummy, savoury recipe you can add to your growing list of crock pot recipes.
Tired of plain old pork chops? Try this recipe! The secret is in flipping the pork chops every hour to maximise the flavour.
I’m usually not a fan of doing pork roasts in the slow cooker, only because they are so good in the oven with crackling and all the trimmings, but I’ll make an exception for this one – it’s delicious!
Mince is a staple in any frugal homemaker’s shopping list. The best part about this recipe? The entire things costs only a little more than $5 to make!
What’s better than pulled pork sandwich? A pulled pork sandwich that has homemade coleslaw in it!
There’s something about the duo of pineapple and pork — the refreshing, tangy taste of pineapple perfectly complements savoury pork. What’s better is that this recipe only needs two ingredients!
The humble mince makes another appearance in this yummy Italian recipe. Double points for frugality by using rice!