March’s Good Cheap Eats

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Need some good cheap eats? I gotcha covered.

March flew by in the blink of an eye for me. I think that was because I was so busy troubleshooting the pain in my hip and back. If you’ll remember, I tried a whole foods diet as my first line of defense. Well, my second, after traditional medicine didn’t really care to do anything but prescribe a drug.

Anywho…. foods been a big focus of my life for the last 31 days. Here’s what’s been going on over at Good Cheap Eats for the last month.

Healthier Living:

Meal Planning:

Grocery Geek:

Kitchen Tools and Gadgets:

Good Cheap Eats:

Cinnamon Applesauce Waffles

Sweet Potato Hashbrowns

Vegetable Beef Soup

Coconut Mango Banana Smoothie

Poorman’s Chicken Caesar Salad

I’ve got some fun recipe development in the works, including Lemon Pound Cake, Easy Oven Fish Packets, Gramma John’s Sugar Cookies with a Twist, Nut ‘n’ Honey Bars, and Bean with Bacon Soup.

I’d love to hear what recipes you’re on the hunt for, what you’d like to recreate, or what you’d like to healthify. Let me know in the comments!

About Jessica Fisher

I believe you can get great meals on the table -- and still keep that pretty smile on your face.

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  1. I’ve been dying to make bourbon bacon marmalade.

    Yes, that’s right.

    Liquor and bacon, combined into one tasty spread. I might try that this spring.

    Oh…and figuring out some healthy, interesting, frugal, cheese-free salads would be nice, too.

    And making anything “buffalo”. As in buffalo chicken, buffalo ranch crackers/pretzels, buffalo chicken soup…

    And how to make green veggies tasty for my kids. My picky and overly skinny kids are being knuckle-headed about their veggies…

    And improving my homemade bread (pitas especially). I have RA so kneading/shaping dough isn’t much fun. And my 4-year old isn’t really old enough to help.

    Yeah, that’s a lot to figure out and do.

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