I don't know if you know this or not.... but I'm a grad student! (I guess you might have figured that out from my blog name). I am always on the hunt for cheap (student budget, what?) and quick meals. I would love to say I have tons of time to spend in the kitchen...but I don't! I am always hunting for new recipes that fit my budget and my schedule.
I wanted to share with you my top 10 websites I visit when I need a little inspriation
The Girl Who Ate Everything : Cheap & Easy MealsShe has been an absolute favorite from Pinterest and her recipes hit the spot every time!
She also has the perfect cookbooks for sale on Amazon:
Corey's Family Favorites have become my favorites! I love a good comfort meal, and she's got you covered!
Carrie has a whole blog dedicated to cheap meals for families. She even includes money saving tips!
The name says it all, but there's freezer options, whole 30 and a frugal pantry option! Jessica is so organized and her recipes are easy to follow.
I have used this website when I am looking for a quick casserole for church or football. Stephanie has a whole "football" Friday section. I love her story for "plain chicken" and I love her recipes even more!
I don't feel like I can have a recipe list without including the six sisters! Probably the most pinned website to my Pinterest! The million dollar spaghetti saved my tail this basketball season!
Allrecipes was my go -to when I was making meals for 15 kids 3x a week. They had my back with cheap meals for a large crowd. I also use them for when I cook for 2. It's a great site with so many options.
The Frugal Girls shares recipes with only 5 ingredients! Heidi has great insight to cooking with limited time. She's a go-to when I need to use up items from the pantry.
The Busy Budgeter's 15 minute meals are my jam. They are the perfect meal when you have no time!
Need more inspiration? Check out my Pinterest Board for some more of my favorites!
Do you have any go -to sites? Please leave your favorites in the comments!