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  1. On the menu this week: old family recipes rejuvinated. Make your family happy with a fast lasagna recipe made with ravioli, a new spin on healthy stir-fry, an international version of shrimp and grits and a savory, slow-cooker black bean soup―it’s a complete meal in a bowl and only $1.38 per servingClick to download: Shopping List (PDF)Find more easy meal plans: Budget meal planning 
  2. Cost per serving: $2.15 Would you believe this hearty entrée takes only 10 minutes to assemble? Cheese ravioli squares make up the bottom and top layers, and in between is a delicious spinach-mozzarella filling. Double the recipe for a crowd.See recipe: Weeknight Ravioli Lasagna
  3. Cost per serving: $1.38Serve this hearty soup with bowls of sour cream, salsa and chopped cilantro, Round out the meal with warmed tortillas or a bowl of baked tortillas chips.See recipe: Black Bean Soup with Shredded Pork
  4. Cost per serving: $3.26You can have this meal on the table in 23 minutes―it’s that easy. Experiment a little by swapping grilled sausages for the shrimp. Or to make the dish vegetarian, substitute 2 cans of cannellini beans (drained) for the shrimp.See recipe: Polenta with Shrimp and Tomatoes
  5. Cost per serving: $3.25If you like stir-fries, you’ll love this dish of seasoned meat on top of crisp greens. Swap in chicken if you prefer, or for another variation, roll the stir-fry mixture plus sprouts and greens into whole-wheat tortillas.See recipe: Stir-Fried Beef Salad
  6. Cost per serving: $3.74This one-skillet dinner features a tangy sauce made with Worcestershire, red wine vinegar and chicken broth. Round out this easy meal with mashed potatoes and a green vegetable.See recipe: Sauteed Worcestershire Chicken
  7. On the family menu plan this week: hearty fare like a simple slow-cooker shepherd's pie and an easy, cheesy stuffed chicken breast.Click to download: Shopping List (PDF)Find more easy meal plans: Budget meal planning 
  8. Cost per serving: $1.39This pub favorite is so simple to make ahead of time―you can layer the ingredients in your slow cooker the night before. Cover and refrigerate; then plug in the cooker and you’re ready to go.See recipe: Slow-Cooker Shepherd's Pie
  9. Cost per serving: 77¢Five super-cheap ingredients, including potatoes, eggs and a spicy Mexican sausage, make this meal substantial enough for even the biggest appetites. To cut back on fat and calories, you can substitute chorizo made with chicken or turkey.See recipe: Chorizo and Potato Frittata
  10. Cost per serving: $2.82   It’s a Friday night fish fry―with a twist. The cod is baked, not fried, but still has a satisfyingly crispy, crunchy crust. Try baked white potatoes or sweet potatoes, cooked in the microwave to save time, on the side.   See recipe: Crispy Baked Cod
  11. Cost per serving: $2.62A flavorful, fruity sauce wonderfully complements grilled or fried ham steaks. It’s best made with fresh pineapple but you can also used canned―just make sure it’s packed in its own juice, not syrup.See recipe: Ham Steak with Pineapple
  12. Cost per serving: $1.68Kids will love these easy, cheesy chicken breasts. Serve with steamed broccoli for an extra nutritional boost.See recipe: Ricotta-and-Ham-Stuffed Chicken Breasts