Sausage and Cheese Frittata: A Guest Post

Want the dish on delicious ways to act your wage? Subscribe to GCE in a reader or via email or follow me on Facebook or twitter.Lynn and I have “known” each other for almost two years. She was one of the first LifeasMOM readers which I think is super cool, especially as she wasn’t related […]

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What Can You Make with Eggs?

Eggs are a wonderful protein to work with. They can be served any time of the day, even if you’re having “breakfast for dinner.” Searching for a new Egg Dish to try? Look no further! Triple Cheese Italian Sausage Frittata from GoodLife{Eats} – packed with flavor, this would be a beautiful addition to any meal: […]

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Build a Frugal Pantry with Eggs

Photo source: Woodleywonderworks Eggs are a fantastic asset to any pantry. I say, pantry, but, really I mean “food storage” as eggs must always be refrigerated. However, they are a “must have” in the kitchen. Eggs are an incredible source of protein. You can serve them hard boiled in sandwiches, salads, and on their own. […]

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Make Your Pantry Work for YOU!

An important part to building a frugal pantry is to build it in such a way that it serves you and your family. After all, it’s not a good deal if it just sits on the shelf! Check out my recent post at Organizing Your Way about how to make your pantry work for you! Want the dish […]

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Prepare an Irish Feast

We love food at our house. My kids are all gluttons, I mean, foodies, like myself. One of their favorite hobbies is sampling exotic foods at the grocery store or club market chain. Recently, I was asked to return to the back of the store after our shopping was done so that we could see […]

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Start the Couponing Adventure!

Many of your comments on the Kroger giveaway expressed a desire to learn how to coupon. I’m no expert, but couponing has saved us a bundle of cash over the past few years. Check out today’s post on Life as MOM that shares how you can get started. Want the dish on delicious ways to […]

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Quinoa Stuffed Bell Peppers: A Guest Post

Katie is a food adventurist. I love that. Here she experiments with quinoa in stuffed peppers. How beautiful is that? I highly recommend trying quinoa if you haven’t already. It is one of the most nutritious grains available and very tasty, which makes it an excellent choice for a pantry staple. Quinoa (pronounced keen-wa) has […]

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$25 Gift Card Giveaway – Kroger Cart Buster Savings

This giveaway has closed. Congrats to #94 Paula! This afternoon a trip to the store is in order. While the freezer is full, we are down to our last half gallon of milk and the fruit supply is dwindling. And there is no lettuce in sight! Dairy and produce are all I’ve needed to buy […]

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Maple Granola with Oats, Nuts, and Seeds

I love granola. And I love it even more with yogurt and fresh fruit. Yum! Almost like dessert — and a great way to get lots of whole grains. This granola is the simplest one I’ve ever made. Simply toss oats, nuts, and seeds with a little salt and maple syrup. Bake until crisp. Delicious! […]

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Storing Whole Grains: A Guest Post

I am continually impressed with Phoebe. Not only have she and her husband made huge changes in their life in order to be debt-free, but they do so in the healthiest way possible. Whether it’s planting an orchard or learning how to grind her own wheat, this girl is constantly learning. And she is just […]

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