Budget-Friendly

Each of these recipes can be made in 30 minutes or less for about $2 per serving.


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Dutch Baby

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Preheating your cast iron skillet before adding your batter makes this pancake a crispy golden treat. Top with fresh fruit and whipped cream for an easy dessert.

Cauliflower Curry

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This vegan, tomato-based curry provides 11 grams of protein so it's a great option for weeknight satisfaction whether or not you're usually a meat-eater.

Air Fryer Chicken Parmesan

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This recipe combines the flavors of the classic Caprese salad of fresh tomatoes, mozzarella, basil, and balsamic vinegar with fried chicken and tortellini pasta.

Quick Cooker Thai Coconut Soup

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Ginger and lime juice add just the right amount of tanginess to our pressure cooker version of tom kha gai which is a traditional Thai coconut chicken soup.

Stovetop Mac & Cheese

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This is mac & cheese with hotdogs and peas for grownups. Hotdogs are upgraded to andouille sausages and Parmesan cheese makes an entrance. The peas stay.

Fried Chicken Salad

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This salad is the perfect combination of fresh, bright flavors and comforting crunch. It combines sweet grapes, creamy honey mustard dressing, with crispy air-fried chicken.

Quick Cooker BBQ Chicken Bowls

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This bowl brings the fresh flavor of a summer barbecue—tangy chicken, crunchy coleslaw, and a little bit of tropical pineapple–together in your pressure cooker all year long.

Crispy Air Fryer Cod

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This recipe is a delicious place to start if you've decided to eat more fish. Cod has a mild flavor but is still full of healthy omega-3.

Chili Lime Pork

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This one-pot meal is all about big flavors. The pork is seasoned with a Latin-inspired rub that brings bright lime flavor and deep chili spice.

White Chocolate Sauce

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Use this sauce for dipping brownies, pretzels, and fruit. Great for a decorative swirl on your coffee or hot cocoa, or on pancakes, too. 

Air Fryer Coconut Shrimp

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The salty sweetness of this coconut shrimp pairs perfectly with a spicy (you can make it as spicy as you'd like it to be—or not to be) apricot chili sauce.

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