Time and money are two things a lot of us wish we had more of– and our guest today is an expert at making the most of both. Erin Chase is author of the “Five-Dollar Dinner Mom Cookbook.” She’s here to share her tips on stretching your mealtime dollars without sacrificing taste or nutrition.
Time and money are two things a lot of us wish we had more of. Our next guest this morning is an expert at making the most of both. Erin chase is author of “the $5 dinner mom cookbook.” Sheer is here to share her tips on stretching mealtime dollars without sacrificing taste and nutrition. Good morning.nnGood morning, carley.nnI’m excited to hear what you have to say. I’m a little skeptical. Can you get dinner for $5 and still be nutritious?nnYou can. The key is pay atention to ingredients you are making and get them on sale. One thing i look out for and track prices are the different canned ingredients. They are so easy, shelf stable. Stock up on them and you don’t have to buy them at full price, waiting for the next sale to come along. It is so great. I love the new concept, just add one. Super simple. Take your family recipe and ad one caned ingredient to give an extra bost of flavor a