Save money on vegetables by reusing leftover vegetables from
meals. Keep them in a container in the freezer, and add them to soups,
sauces and casseroles. You can also puree them and add them to sauces, like
spaghetti sauce. Vegetables are a great source of vitamins, and it is not
thrift conscious to waste them.
If you have a yard with some sun, try growing them. Once you
taste homegrown vegetables you will wonder what you were eating before. There is
a little expense in preparing the soil, but once you get a small garden growing,
and learn frugal gardening techniques, you will save a lot of money.
You can also find frugal vegetables and save money at Farmer's
Here are a couple
frugal vegetable recipes.
Green Bean Casserole
2 cans green beans,
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1/4 can milk
1 can onion rings
Mix Green Beans with soup and
milk. Top with Onion Rings.
Put in a casserole dish and bake at 350 degrees until bubbly.
Honey Carrot Recipe
4 cups sliced carrots
2 Tbsp brown sugar
2 Tbsp honey
2 Tbsp butter
brown sugar, honey, and butter in a saucepan, and heat until melted,
in a casserole dish, and cover with the liquid mixture. Stir.
Cover and bake
at 400° for one hour, stirring occasionally.