Fruit brings the sweet and meat brings the savory for an unbeatable combination
Cost per serving: $3.62
Your family will love this delicious Sauteed Chicken with Fresh Blueberry Sauce recipe—it looks impressive, but is easy to make!
See Recipe: Sauteed Chicken with Fresh Blueberry Sauce
Cost per serving: $2.63
Add a tart twist to chicken with this mouthwatering recipe. To round out the meal, serve it with mashed potatoes sprinked with chives and a green vegetable, like roasted brussels sprouts.
See recipe: Chicken Thighs with Cherry Sauce
Cost per serving: $3.17
Slow-cooker recipes always have a leg up on the competition because they can cook while you're at work all day and require almost no effort from pot to plate.
See recipe: Pork Loin with Cherries
Cost per serving: $2.70
If you prepare a whole turkey breast on the weekend, you can savor these irresistible warm sandwiches all week long.
See recipe: Turkey, Brie and Pear Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $2.52
Your kids will love this colorful, easy-to-eat meal. You’ll love the healthier turkey sausage option paired with mango and spinach.
See recipe: Turkey Sausage and Mango Wraps
Cost per serving: $1.70
Tart apple slices, tangy honey mustard and creamy Cheddar elevate this grilled turkey sandwich into a satisfying supper. The perfect side dish: a few carrot and celery sticks with salad dressing for dipping.
See recipe: Grilled Turkey, Cheddar and Apple Sandwiches
Cost per serving: $1.46
By choosing turkey bratwurst instead of pork, you save about 100 calories and 14 grams of fat per link.
See recipe: Slow-Cooker Bratwurst with Sauerkraut and Apples
Cost per serving: $1.31
Take advantage of fall produce with this tasty, super-cheap recipe that incorporates apples. Use Granny Smith apples instead of Golden Delicious to add a tart bite, or use one Golden Delicious and one Granny Smith.
See recipe: Braised Pork Chops with Sweet Potatoes and Apples
Cost per serving: $2.43
You can use another type of apple, if you prefer, but make sure it is a baking apple so it doesn’t turn to mush. Granny Smith and Rome apples work well.
See recipe: Braised Pork Chops with Apples and Onions
Cost per serving: $2.60
If you don't have a shallot in your pantry, dice half a small onion and use it instead.
See recipe: Pork Chops with Apples
Cost per serving: $2.54
This recipe is delicious with pork, but you can easily top the apple and onion mixture onto baked chicken.
See recipe: Pork Tenderloin with Apples and Onions
Cost per serving: $3.41
This fresh and hearty Curried Chicken and Grape Salad can be prepared in just minutes. If you want to mix it up, swap the grapes for chunks of mango for a tropical tang.
See recipe: Curried Chicken and Grape Salad
Cost per serving: $3.08
You can use leftover cooked chicken in this salad instead of sautéing the breasts, if you have it on hand. Or, pick up a rotisserie chicken, cut up the meat and toss it in.
See recipe: Chicken and Pears over Arugula
Cost per serving: $1.92
Don’t have peaches? This recipe works great if you grill fruits like nectarines, mangoes and plums instead.
See recipe: Grilled Chicken, Peach and Arugula Salad
Cost per serving: $1.54
Sweet, juicy mango and creamy avocado give familiar black beans and tortillas some fresh gourmet pizzazz.
See tortilla recipe: Black Bean and Mango Tostada