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One thing I have gotten really good at through the years is finding ways to make meals when we are at the end of our budget. A lot of people in the debt-free community choose to focus on the “beans and rice” meals but the truth is, while beans and rice may be affordable, it’s nutrient lacking and a highly carb loaded meal. No, I’m not going to go into the giant carb debate but for myself personally, I have found that I function a lot better with a mixture of carbs, greens, proteins, and fats. However, there are 5 pantry must-haves to make healthy, frugal meals for your family. Let’s dive into what those 5 affordable pantry must-haves are and I’ll give you some ideas on how they can help you stretch your budget.
People are blown away when I say we spend around $100 per week for our family of 5. They are even more blown away when I tell them the majority of our shopping is done at Costco. I remember before we got a Costco membership everyone told me that it wasn’t really useful for actual groceries. I beg to differ. Here is my basic go-to $100 Costco shopping list of healthy foods that we get for our family.