We are sharing 5 Days of $5 Dinners that your family will love. Save some money this fall with these delicious and inexpensive meals!
Money can be tight these days, so we thought we would share 5 days of $5 dinners!
You really can make 5 meals for about $25!
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Here is the breakdown of all the $5 dinner recipes!
When I am having a crazy day and need a $5 dinner that can be ready in about five minutes, French Bread Pizza is my go-to meal.
French Bread: $1.24
Pizza Sauce: 1.14
Mozzarella: $1.00 (Only using half of it)
Side Dish: Carrots: $0.98
This hearty soup is a dump-and-go recipe with lots of black beans, corn, peppers, and tomatoes to create a delicious, satisfying dinner.
2 Bags of Santa Fe Blend (Frozen): $2.36 x2
Taco Seasoning: $0.48
Cheddar Cheese: $0.50 (Only used ¼ of cheese)
Side Dish: French Bread: $0.50 (Only used ½ of bread)
Loaded Baked Potatoes are so easy to make and full of flavor. If you are a potato loving fan, you are going to go crazy for these $5 dinners. They are so yummy, and so easy to make.
4 Potatoes: $2.16
Cheddar Cheese: $0.50 (Only ¼ of the cheese)
Chili Mac: $2.26
This baked spaghetti only has three ingredients and is easy to pull together last minute.
Spaghetti Sauce: $1.48
Mozzarella Cheese: $1.00 of Mozzarella Cheese $1.00 Cheddar Cheese
Side Dish: French Bread: $0.50
This protein-packed Chickpea Spaghetti is an easy delicious meal that comes together in about ten minutes from ingredients you probably already have in the pantry.
Spaghetti Noodles: $0.86
Diced Tomatoes: $0.88
Chicken Broth: $0.72
Frozen Spinach: $1.00
Total for the 5 Days: $25.06
Which of these $5 dinner will you make first?
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