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  1. It's easy―and economical―to give family favorites a fiber and protein boost. Just open up that can in your pantry!
  2. This delicious recipe from the All You Cookbook: Eat Well, Save Big comes in at less than $1 a serving!
  3. These super-cheap meals contain surprising ingredients and fresh flavors and, best of all, are ready in just a few minutes flat
  4. Cost per serving: $1.79 Cold leftover rice works better that freshly cooked for this recipe. If you don’t have leftovers, prepare the rice in the morning and refrigerate it until you’re ready to cook.   See recipe: Fried Rice with Ham and Asparagus
  5. Cost per serving: $1.69Small potatoes cook more quickly than larger ones, and using red potatoes gives this budget entrée a nice shot of color. Experiment with different flavors of sausage, including hot or sweet Italian.Recipe: Sausages with Warm Potato Salad
  6. If you’ll be out of the house all day, this delicious brisket stands up well to cooking on low for 10 to 11 hoursRecipe: Slow-Cooker Sweet-and-Sour Brisket
  7. This fast family dinner costs much less than Chinese takeout and is a snap to prepare. It’s great way to use leftovers: Try asparagus instead of the broccoli, and toss in cut-up red or green peppers or carrots.Recipe: Orange Beef and Broccoli Stir-fry
  8. Cost per serving: $1.95This make-ahead cheese recipe uses inexpensive ingredients that you likely have on hand, including eggs, bread and frozen spinach. It needs to be refrigerated at least six hours, so cook it the night before for an easy next-day entrée.Recipe: Cheddar, Ham and Spinach Strata