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How To Make Healthy Organic Recipes On A Budget

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How To Make Healthy Organic Recipes On A Budget

Eating healthy and eating on a budget may seem like they are mutually exclusive. If you go to the grocery story and load up on fresh fruits and veggies, your bill will likely be much higher than if you bought instant foods like macaroni and cheese or frozen pizzas. Does that mean that the only way to keep a tight budget is to simply accept that you’re going to be nutritionally vapid food and gain weight? Is it impossible to eat healthy without having lots of money? Not necessarily. It is possible to eat healthy, organic recipes on a tight budget. It’s not easy, but if you are invested in both saving money and getting healthier, it is worth it.

Organic Healthy Recipe Rules

The Basics

The first thing to remember is that keeping it simple is the best policy. There are lots of great recipes out there that you can make on a budget, but not all of them are easy to make. If you choose recipes that take a long time or a lot of skill to prepare, you may end up wasting ingredients and disappointing yourself. Be realistic about how much time you have to spend making food, and choose healthy recipes that don’t take long to make.

You should also pick organic healthy recipes with relatively few ingredients, to cut down on how much you’ll need to spend. As long as your recipes are simple and don’t take long to make, you should be able to easily follow through with your meal plan, and avoid throwing out any food that ends up going bad.

Make A Plan

Speaking of meal plans, you should make one. As you begin to figure out what works and what doesn’t when it comes to organic recipes on a budget, you will start to find favorite dishes. Know what you will need for each meal, and only buy enough fresh food for those meals. That way, you will always know what you’re going to make next, and you will not throw out food you didn’t eat because you didn’t have a plan for it. Some people like to make plans a week ahead of time, others further.

Be Flexible, Spend Smart

Of course, you should also be paying attention to sales at the grocery store. If you had kale on your list, but spinach is on sale, make the switch. You may have to change things around on your meal plan a little, but it will be worth the savings. In fact, depending on your budget, you may have to plan your organic recipes around what you find on sale each week at the grocery store. Don’t be afraid to try something new and adapt as you go.

Healthy Organic Recipes

We have collected a few of our favorite organic budget recipes to share with you and get you started on your healthy organic budget.

Butternut Squash Pasta

This easy recipe from Two Peas & Their Pod uses a butternut squash, wheat pasta, and parmesan cheese. You’ll need an oven, a food processor, and a pot to cook the pasta. It is a creamy and healthy recipe that is perfect for any Fall evening.

Quinoa Bowl

From Gourmet Persuasion, this recipe is quick and nutritious. The easiest way to cook the quinoa is with a rice cooker, but you can cook it on the stovetop too. Cook your veggies, then stir them into the quinoa with mustard, lime juice, and olive oil for a delicious lunch that is easy to pack for leftovers.

Lemon Chicken Pasta

Try this recipe from Lil’ Luna if you like chicken and penne pasta. All it takes is some butter, whipping cream, Parmesan cheese, and a couple lemons, plus some chicken breasts and pasta. It is a snap to make, and it is super filling so it will stretch a long way.

Spicy Chili Ramen

This vegan recipe from Divine Healthy Food is so tasty you’ll find yourself making it again and again. The seasoning has a number of ingredients like soy sauce, coconut oil, maple syrup, paprika, garlic powder, and red pepper flakes. Once you’ve made the seasoning, the ramen will only take a few minutes to cook, then you can mix it all together and enjoy.

Roasted Garlic-Basil Brown Rice

Creamy and delicious rice is a perfect meal for a fall evening. Try this recipe from Cooking On The Weekends to make some for yourself. It has brown onion, basil, garlic, chicken stock, and brown rice. It only takes about half an hour to make, and it is sure to be a family favorite.

Raspberry Almond Overnight Oats

Overnight recipes are great, because you can prepare them the night before for an easy breakfast the next day. This recipe from Organize Yourself Skinny calls for rolled oats, coconut milk, frozen raspberries, chia seeds, maple syrup, and almonds. Just throw everything in a jar and put it in the fridge overnight, then stir it in the morning and enjoy.

Bacon, Gouda, Spinach Frittata

This recipe from The Food Charlatan is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. It requires bacon, red onion, whole milk, spinach, gouda, and a lot of eggs. There are a few steps involved in making it, but the end results are absolutely delicious.

Sea Salt and Vinegar Kale Chips

When you’re looking for a healthier alternative to potato chips, you can’t do much better than this recipe from Gimme Some Oven. They are incredibly easy to make, and super addicting. Just coat the leaves in vinegar, oil, and sea salt, then cook in the oven at 350 degrees F. Make some to snack on between meals to stay satisfied and healthy.

Banana and Chocolate Chip Baked Oatmeal Cups

Another quick recipe that works great for any meal, this recipe from Organize Yourself Skinny can be made in a muffin pan. They have rolled oats, cinnamon, nutmeg, bananas, and chocolate chips. These little bite size snacks are perfect for on the go, or when you’re running late out of the house.

Vegetable Bean Soup

This recipe from Not Quite A Vegan takes less than half an hour to make, and has very few ingredients. It has carrots, celery, white beans, and salsa. All you need to do to make it is throw everything in a pot and cook for 15 minutes.

Making Healthy Organic Recipes On A Budget

Eating on a budget does not mean you have to only eat junk. You can make healthy, organic recipes on a budget if you shop smart and don’t waste any food. These recipes are a good starting point, but you shouldn’t feel restricted. Try your own concoctions based on what organic foods you find on sale, and experiment with new ideas. You can even adapt your favorite recipes to be more budget-friendly. Before long, you’ll be saving money and living healthier.

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