10 Healthy And Easy Recipes For $5 Or Less

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Cooking your own meals shouldn’t cost a ton of money. With these 10 healthy and easy recipes, you can eat healthy meals on a budget.

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Below are ten healthy and easy recipes for $5 or less that take little time to prepare as well. Enjoy!

1. Easy Vegan Quinoa Bowl

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2. Veggie Brown Rice Sushi – Minimalist Baker

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3. Vegetarian Chilli – The Stingy Vegan

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4. Veggie Skewers with Goddess Dressing – the STINGY VEGAN

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5. Easy Vegan Ramen – minimalist BAKER 

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6. Eggplant Penne – Plant-Based On A Budget

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7. Beet Energy Balls – Plant-Based On A Budget

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8. Cauliflower Rice Bowls – PLANT BASED ON A BUDGET

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9. Chickpea Sweet Potato Boats – PLANT BASED ON A BUDGET

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10. Breakfast Quinoa Apple Bowl – PLANT BASED ON A BUDGET

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I also recommend checking out the book Plant-Based On A Budget. It’s one of my favorite recipe books for cooking plant-based recipes. Plant-Based On A Budgetteaches you how to cook healthy, satisfying meals for under $30 a week.

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What’s your go-to recipe for under $5?

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Brian Winch

    Gotta try some of these! If you like eggplant, try baking it with marinara sauce and mozzarella for an easy parmigiana.

    1. Alexis

      Sounds really good!

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