I had gotten the trout at a reduced price at @krogerco for $3.64. I had some leftover collards I didn't cook on yesterday so I added it to the ragout instead of kale. You can use any type of greens that you have in your fridge. I had all of the other ingredients at home… Continue reading What’s for dinner? Blackened Red Trout over a White Bean Ragout (No wine)
Sweet and Sour "Pork" Fried Cauliflower Rice and Edamame Hummus with Crudites as a snack. I decided to vegetarian all this week and create a healthy alternative to some of my favorite dishes. Eating healthy isn't expensive or what I call the 3 B's, bland, boring or a budget buster. For the Sweet and Sour… Continue reading What’s for Lunch on this Healthy Lunch Day?
What's for Lunch from The Healthy Budgetnista? Less than $5.00 per serving. California Garlic Steamed Salmon with lemon and thyme, Stir fry veggies of broccoli, bok choy, snap peas, kale, mushrooms, and cabbage, with oven roasted Mexican street corn on the cob. As a food blogger and social media influencer, I was asked to try… Continue reading Kroger’s Easy For You Oven Ready Seafood Review
Looking for a new and fun Girls Day In or a Girls Night Out activity? Want to learn how to cook a variety of delicious and healthy meals amongst wine and friends? Introducing another FIT service in The Healthy Budgetnista L.I.F.E. (Living in Freedom Everyday)Series...Sip and Savor Cooking: 2.0 Classes. Gather your girlfriends right in… Continue reading Sip and Savor Cooking: 2.0 Class
People always ask me one of these three questions when it comes to healthy eating and planning my meals. 1.When do I find the time to cook? 2. Isn't eating healthy really expensive? 3. How do I decide upon my weekly meals and do I get tired of eating the same things? I will address each question separately.… Continue reading The 4 P’s of Healthy Eating: How to Save Time, Money and Unwanted Calories.