Everyone's trying to save money these days, and our recipes for dinner-on-the-cheap make it easy. Our budget friendly meals are easy on your wallet -- and don't skimp on nutrition.See Popular Cheap Dinners Recipes
Whatever the season, savor flavors of a Thanksgiving feast with this easy baked chicken recipe.
Super tender ribs begin with a simple blend of seasonings, barbecue sauce, and a jar of honey mustard. The slow cooker guarantees a fall-off-the-bone pork dinner that is hard to resist.
Truth be told, what we really need this time of year are more cheap and easy dinners. Healthy, too. Yeah, yeah, we know what the song says: "We need a little Christmas, right this very minute."
Savory with just a bit of spice, this tasty beef dish showcases a variety of delicious flavors.
Tired of tacos? Roll up seasoned refried beans, lettuce and cheese in soft flour tortillas for an exciting change of pace.
Kathy Saatzer, a Betty Crocker Kitchens test kitchen expert, shares a recipe. A delicious, hearty skillet meal features family-favorite flavors.
Everyone likes burritos, and this recipe makes enough to serve a crowd. For easy serve-alongs, pick up a fruit salad from the deli and a package or two of Mexican-style rice mix.
This comfort food sticks to the classic flavors: thyme, onions, and carrots. A little red wine vinegar gives zing to the gravy.
What's a great party without nachos? Create a really great party with these really great nachos!
Turn a classic Mexican dish into portable fare with this savory muffin recipe. This recipe makes twelve, so you'll have leftovers to spare!
Turkey doesn't need to be the only protein on your post-Thanksgiving menu. Turn leftover mashed taters into a satisfying meal on the cheap with the help of canned salmon.
Kids will love this combination of tacos and chicken nuggets all "wrapped" up in one recipe!
Blogger Brooke McLay from Cheeky Kitchen shares a favorite recipe. A fun twist on a breakfast classic, these tacos are stacked on a crispy waffle and served with all your favorite fixin's. Use your favorite homemade waffle recipe or pop a few frozen waffles in your toaster. Either way, this recipe makes for one delicious meal!
Make your own breadcrumbs for pennies by simply giving dry, leftover bread a whirl in the food processor.
If you're looking for a budget-friendly main dish with bold flavors, try these Asian-marinated chicken drumsticks.
The lentils cook all day in the slow cooker, but the ham and spinach are added at the end for optimal flavor and texture.