These Easy Cooking Tips Will Save You Money
We’ve all got to eat, but if we’re not careful, the grocery bill can quickly add up. Forget cutting back on groceries week after week, here are a few cooking tips to get more from your pantry and more for your money, thanks to Living on a Dime.
- If your bread gets dried out, don’t throw it away. Spread it with some butter, sprinkle with garlic powder and Parmesan cheese and broil until brown for a delicious snack or side dish. For something sweet, you could also spread it with butter, cinnamon and sugar and broil.
- Leftover cornbread or cornbread muffins freeze well. You could even use the leftovers to crumble on top of chili or stew so save even the crumbs.
- Stretch leftover chili or Sloppy Joe mix by making nachos.
- Buy powdered buttermilk instead of fresh buttermilk. It works great and lasts for ages. You can usually find it in the baking section at your grocery store.
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