Try these ideas for crock pot meals that are budget-friendly
broth in your crock cooker recipes and for other uses. It seems like the more you do to feed Cook more than you need. Buy a very your family properly, the harder it is to large, inexpensive chuck roast. Even if it’s keep the grocery budget in check. Using much more than your family needs - as the crock cooker is a great way to stretch long as it will fit in your crock pot, bring a dollar for several reasons: it home with you. Put it in the crock pot,
• You can use tougher, less expensive fill the crock cooker half way with water cuts of meat. (which I would do only for cheap cuts of
• Traditional crock cooker meals like meat), and let it cook on LOW for 8 hours. chili and soup tend to go a long way. Portion the meat and use it throughout the
• The convenience of this appliance week in lunches and dinners. You can saves you from spending money on take even freeze some of the meat to take out out. later in the month.
• Crock cookers use less electricity than Buy from the Clean 15 list. Even if you stoves. make an effort to buy organic whenever
Today, I’m going to share some tips possible, you can save a little bit of money with you to help you save even more money on your grocery bill. Use crock cooker with this beloved kitchen appliance. recipes that call for ingredients from the
Make your own stock. If you know me Clean 15 instead of the Dirty Dozen list so at all, you know I’m pretty big on making you can buy the less expensive, conventionally stock. With a slow cooker, you shouldn’t grown option over organic. (You ever have to buy canned or boxed broth can learn more about the Clean 15 at ewg. again. Simply save up bones (I keep one org by the way.) zipper bag for chicken bones and one for Many Clean 15 items are great for slow beef), trimmings and juices from your cooking, including onions, sweet potatoes roasts and freeze them until you have and cabbage. enough to fill your crock pot about half full. When you have enough, put them in the crock pot, fill the crock 3/4 full with water and let it cook on LOW for 8 hours or so. Then, you can use this homemade