Use broccoli stems to make a creamy soup with an Asian tang. This Something-For-Nothing recipe is thick and fluffy, with balanced notes of orange and ginger. I’d be happy to get a bowl of this broccoli soup at a restaurant, yet its main ingredient usually winds up in the trash! You can make it in […]
Here’s how to make homemade syrup using peach pits or cherry pits that tastes like ripe fruit and almonds and costs 5 cents a serving, organic!
Pour on this dairy-free salad dressing without guilt! Creamy Cilantro Dressing has no added fat, dairy, or cholesterol. Make it in less than 10 minutes with just 7 ingredients — and without soaking the cashews! Just 39 cents a serving using organic ingredients, or $3.09 for the whole recipe. We love it on salads, roasted vegetables, and baked potatoes.
Lemon-Spinach Pesto with Whole Wheat Rotini is bright, flavorful, and costs only $1.53 for a main-dish serving using organic ingredients. The sauce alone costs just $1.42 a serving. It’s good on hot baked potatoes, crackers, green beans, peas, and more.
Spoon out bright orange flavor with ginger for zing and soy sauce for a rich umami bottom note. I first made Asian Orange Sauce sauce to serve with roasted asparagus and carrots (recipe). It rocked my world! Now I use it to brighten cooked or raw greens, stir-fries, noodles, and even fruit salads. I make a […]
I created this recipe for lump-free, vegan mushroom gravy with mashed potatoes while on the SNAPcut Challenge, so you know it’s super thrifty. My Taster said, “Make it as often as you want!” This mushroom gravy uses broth created from boiling chopped potatoes for extra body and flavor. Serve it for Thanksgiving or Christmas as […]