Uncover the superstars of the supermarket! Eat the best you can buy -- all for less than $1 per serving.
They're as nutritious as fresh produce and packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants that can help prevent heart disease,
cancer and other illnesses. Plus, they're already cleaned, peeled and cut, so they're super convenient. Many types of frozen
fruits and vegetables are available in organic varieties, too, and they're much less expensive than fresh organic produce.
Made of pre-shredded broccoli, carrots and red cabbage, this bagged slaw is convenient and ready to eat. Toss it with low-fat dressing and you're good to go -- or stir-fry it with strips of chicken, pork or steak and you've got a healthier and less expensive Asian supper than you could ever order in.
Yes, it makes a pasta meal come together quickly -- but tomato sauce can do more. Pour a bit over grilled chicken or add flavor when making rice by
swapping it for some of the water. It's a good source of vitamins A and C as well as the antioxidant lycopene.
You already know it makes a good snack paired with cut-up vegetables. But give it a whirl in your food processor and it becomes
a creamy sauce for whole-grain pasta. Or add cinnamon and a drizzle of honey and dip in fruit.