Jessika’s Amazing Chocolate Chip Cookies

Jessika

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.I think these just might be the best chocolate chip cookies in the whole wide world. Try them and let me know. My friend Jessika is amazing. And just like […]

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Win a Copy of Good Cheap Eats

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Win one of three copies of Good Cheap Eats each week in November. This giveaway is now CLOSED. Congrats to the winners: mjwoodfill@, mlmklm@, and anrohlfi@ A couple months ago, my third cookbook was released in stores. Thank you to all of you who have supported me and Good Cheap Eats through your purchases and your shares with friends! […]

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Savor the Taste of Fall with Pumpkin Recipes

Pumpkin Recipes for Fall | Good Cheap Eats

Fall is here! Enjoy one of these tasty pumpkin treats in celebration. After such an intensely hot summer, we’ve been looking forward to fall. Even Starbucks wanted fall to come early…they released their limited-time Pumpkin Spice Latte back in summer. Now that fall is officially here and the temps are beginning to drop, whipping up […]

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Creamy Chicken Enchiladas

Creamy Chicken Enchiladas - Enchiladas are a perfect meal. Don

Enchiladas are a perfect meal. Don’t buy frozen and don’t go out. Make these at home and enjoy the savings and the amazing flavor. I think one of my favorite meals of all time is enchiladas. It doesn’t really matter what kind, I like them all. Except the ones made with flour tortillas. Kinda mushy […]

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Grocery Geek Comes Home

empty refrigerator

After a month of shopping in French and English grocery stores, the grocery geek is home! And ready to fill up the fridge. This is what I woke up to on Wednesday morning: a very empty refrigerator. Look at all this lovely white space! I was loathe to fill it up, but kids gotta eat, […]

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Ways to Save Money on Groceries {A Series Recap}

How to Save Money on Groceries {A Series Recap} | Good Cheap Eats

This past month we’ve been talking about ways to save money on groceries. Did you miss a post? Here’s the recap… Grocery spending is one budget item that we can work hard to control and see savings. This past month, we’ve been talking about different ways that we can save money on groceries.

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5 Boxed Foods You Can Make Yourself

5 Boxed Foods You Can Make Yourself

Store-bought is not always better. You can make these five things easily (and better) at home. We live in an age of convenience, so much so, that sometimes we forget that we can actually make some of those boxed foods that we usually pick up at the store. Oftentimes, it’s cheaper to make our own […]

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Use Marked-Down Holiday Chocolate

Used Marked Down Holiday Candy for Baking - When a holiday has come and gone, snap up that holiday-themed candy on sale! Use that in your baking instead of pricier baking chocolate.

When a holiday has come and gone, snap up that holiday-themed candy on sale! Use that in your baking instead of pricier baking chocolate. In just a couple days parents everywhere will be raiding their kids’ candy stash. Don’t lie; I know you do it. My kids know that all Twix and Heath bars are my […]

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5 Fall Fruit Recipes to Enjoy All Season Long

5 Fall Fruit Recipes to Enjoy All Season Long | Good Cheap Eats

Buy in-season produce to enjoy better tastes and lower prices all season long. Fall is probably my favorite time of year. It’s cool enough to wear pretty sweaters and jeans, but still warm enough not to chill the bones. Plus, the fall produce season is amazing! I definitely prefer fall food. Apples, pumpkins, pomegranates, pears, […]

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Be Prepared for Cold & Flu Season

Be Prepared for Cold & Flu Season - Don

Don’t get slammed by extra expenses when cold or flu hits. Plan now to save on those grocery expenses. Murphy’s Law states that if the grocery budget is tight this month, then someone (or all the ones) will get sick and you’ll need to go drop fifty bucks on orange juice, vitamin C, and other flu […]

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