Take the stress out of family dinners with simple, easy-to-make recipes.
Leave the worry of planning weeknight dinners to us. We've got you covered with five satisfying dinner recipes including 30
minute pork chops, a kid-friendly potato soup and slow-cooker turkey stuffed peppers. All you need to do is print out this
handy shopping list and get cooking.
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Cost per serving: $3.11
Orange segments help to make this salad light and refereshing. Try swapping out the orange for grapefruit, or use a combination of both, to make this recipe your own.
See recipe: Shrimp, Avocado and Orange Salad
Cost per serving: 92¢
To cut the fat and calories from this rich dish, use uncured turkey bacon instead of pork and swap in low-fat cheese and sour cream.
See recipe: Mashed Potato Soup
Cost per serving: $2.78
Brighten up your plates by serving two colorful veggie sides with the chops. Mashed sweet potatoes and steamed broccoli are excellent accompaniments, as are tossed salad and sautéed green beans.
See recipe: Pork Chops with Cider Sauce
Cost per serving: $2.70
Make this dish with an assortment of different-colored bell peppers for a pretty presentation. You can save money that way, too—green peppers tend to be the cheapest, followed by yellow and orange. Red are usually the priciest
See recipe: Turkey Stuffed Peppers
Cost per serving: $1.47
Prefer baking to frying? Place patties on a well-oiled pan and bake at 400ºF for 15 minutes. Flip patties and bake 5 to 10 minutes longer.
See recipe: Crunchy Falafel Pitas
Cost per serving: 43¢
Popcorn and peanuts add a salty crunch to this rich fudge, but you can change the add-ins to suit your taste. Try stirring in chopped walnuts and miniature marshmallows, or chopped salted pistachios and dried tart cherries.
See recipe: Popcorn and Peanut Fudge