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1. Easy Lemon Chicken
Lemon chicken can be made easily by even novice cooks. Start with boneless, skinless chicken tenders. If you’re looking for a bargain, this cut can be purchased for around $3-4 per pound. To cook the breasts, heat a nonstick saucepan. Once they are golden brown, add 2-3 tablespoons of fresh juice and about a cup chicken stock. Allow the breasts to simmer until tender. Season with salt.
2. Apple Spice Oatmeal
Oatmeal can be boring and bland. However, you can add some flavor to it with just a few basic ingredients. Begin by boiling half of the water to make oatmeal. Then add the oats after the water has come to a boil. Add small, thin chunks of apple to the boiling water. Once the oats have been cooked, you can add brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, or any other ingredients until the dish is just right.
3. Cranberry Tuna Salad
Tuna is often regarded as a food that’s “just OK” but never exceptional. This delicious and healthy budget recipe dispels that myth. Start by opening a can with chunk light or albacore fish. Drain the excess water. 2 tablespoons light mayonnaise, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 tablespoons brown Sugar, and a handful or cranberries are all you need to add to the tuna. The result is a delicious tuna-sauce!
4. Lean Minestrone
Most minestrones consist of Italian sausage or other fatty meats. But, we are going to use a healthy budget-friendly recipe that uses ground Turkey. To begin, heat some butter in a large skillet. Season the turkey with salt and pepper. Once you have done this, put the turkey in a slow cooker with all the vegetables. Mix in 3-4 cups chicken broth. Add dried oregano or basil. Cook on low for approximately 6 hours. You can finish the cooking process by adding small pastas such as shells and bowties to the mixture.
5. Parfaits Sugar-Free
Parfaits are great for breakfast or dessert, but they can often be high in sugar. A low-fat, plain yogurt is a better option. You can sweeten it with vanilla extract and splenda for a healthier version. Cook slices of blueberries or strawberries on low heat and add some splenda to make them syrupy. After cooling the fruit, place it in the refrigerator and layer it with the sweetened yogurt.