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Looking for a perfect addition to your Food Budget Lifestyle? Need to add something to your meal repertoire that is nutritious, versatile, and economic? Can’t find something that works for breakfast, lunch, and dinner?  Look no further! I’ve got an ingredient that fits the (dollar) bill!

The egg.

Eggs are extremely healthy.  They contain no sugar, no gluten, and no artificial anything! They are full of protein and give you what you need to power through your day.  If you are dieting, never fear! Eggs are ideal whether you are on a low calorie or low carb diet.

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more versatile food.  You can scramble them in the morning, hard-boil them for lunch, and beat them into a quiche or souffle for dinner, and whip them into meringue for dessert!

Budget-friendly? Heck, YES! At about 17 cents per serving, you can’t afford not to include them in your meal plans! I buy mine at BJ’s where two 18-count packages  eggs (36 eggs) cost $4.79.  I know what you’re thinking, “What do you do with that many eggs?”  Since they last about three weeks after purchase, there’s no need to worry. Plus, did you know you could freeze them?  See here for instructions.  I don’t need to since my family of four easily goes through  36 eggs in three weeks. Here’s how:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Visit my blog, http://www.cashcrashblog.com, for weekly meal plans (and accompanying grocery lists) and tons of wallet-friendly ideas for a Food Budget Lifestyle for real people! When you get there, scroll to the bottom or look on the side menu to follow; Just enter your email and hit the Follow button to receive tips and meal plans right to your in-box.

Ka-CHING!

The Perfect Power Snack at http://www.cashcrashblog.comeggs

 

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