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Cost Effective Healthy Food
Cost Effective Healthy Foods
Eggs can be cooked a million different ways and the cheapest carton will cost you under $2. They are a budget waist friendly food.
This is another pantry staple that is beans and almost any kind of bean will often cost you less than $0.80. Beans are a great source of protein and fiber, and they’re also high in iron.
Tuna and salmon are the two types of canned fish you’re most likely to find at your local supermarket, and a single can of each will cost you anywhere from $1 to $4. You can use canned fish in a ton of recipes. I like to add this ingredient to salads, pastas, and sandwiches.
Oats are packed with fiber and have a little protein to boot. You can purchase a large canister for under $3 and you will have breakfast for days. Check Pinterest out for Overnight Oat recipes.
Dried cranberries (and raisins, for that matter) are totally affordable. One bag costs about $3.50. Add them to oatmeal, salads, nut mix or even eat them by themselves.