How to Prepare Healthy Recipes on a Budget



how to prepare healthy recipes on a budget enjoy healthy recipes that cost less than $3 per serving and use these helpful budgeting tips when purchasing food you will need fruits and vegetables generic brands two tablespoons of white vinegar a third of a cup of reduced fat sour cream 1 teaspoon of paprika 1/2 a teaspoon of salt a cup of whole grain croutons 3/4 of a cup of diced ham 1/2 a cup of shredded cheddar cheese 1 tablespoon of canola oil 2 tablespoons of cider vinegar 1/4 cup of chopped cilantro 4 8-inch whole-wheat wraps a 12-ounce can of chunk light tuna one-and-a-half teaspoons of fresh oregano 1/3 of a cup of reduced fat mayonnaise and 2 teaspoons of lemon juice step 1 eat fresh incorporate fresh fruits and vegetables into every meal to provide the vitamins and nutrients necessary to protect your health preparing your own meals gives you control over what you and your family are eating and saves you money over eating out step to purchase generic brands or supermarket brands generic brands offer the same nutritional value as the name brands and you can find them in the dairy produce frozen canned and bakery section step 3 make a corn salad with ham whisk the white wine vinegar sour cream paprika and a quarter teaspoon of salt in a large salad bowl add 8 cups of mixed greens one cup of fresh or canned cooked corn kernels a diced tomato the croutons and the ham and toss to coat step 4 make an avocado and white bean wrap mash together an avocado and 15 ounces of white beans with a fork in a bowl and mix in the cheese and two tablespoons of minced red onion then whisk the canola oil cider vinegar and two tablespoons of finely chopped chipotle chili and a quarter teaspoon of salt in another bowl and toss in two cups of shredded red cabbage a quarter cup of cilantro and a carrot step 5 assemble the wraps by spreading half a cup of the bean mixture onto a wrap and tossing it with two-thirds of a cup of the cabbage mixture roll it up and enjoy step 6 make an artichoke and tuna salad mix 1 cup of chopped canned artichokes the tuna oregano lemon juice and a half a cup of chopped black olives in a large bowl and serve it over a bed of lettuce eat healthier and have a longer happier life did you know the average ear of corn has approximately 400 to 600 kernels

19 Comments

  1. gross

  2. too expensive fuck u

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  4. that vid was fantastic,, very informative tooooooooo, loved it!!!

  5. this actually doesnt look that tasty,…why cant healthy stuff taste good 🙁

  6. that food looks disgusting!

  7. Looks gross.

  8. @zarolax Tastes like cat food

  9. ham has so much salt wtf this meal is awful for you

  10. notice how boringly he said "generic brands" and everything else was exciting

  11. i feel bad for vegans they will die of malnutirtion

  12. @TGFTH who eats subways

  13. Subway eat fresh~! $5.00 footlong share half with someone else or save it for later~!$2.50 per serving without all this trouble

  14. I would go broke buyin all those things. Buy all canned foods and stick em all in and eat. Or find those 99 cents stores that sell foods or those 99 cents supermarkets.

  15. rather eat my left foot

  16. Looks like the inside of my large intestine.

  17. Oregano is pronounces Oreah gano in Britain =D

  18. I be trollin', but wtf is up with all the f#cking salt? Dirt-picker plebians get paid in salt.

  19. When he said carrot he put in the cabbage. And then flipped it again. Idiot.

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