Broccoli slaw is a great alternative to coleslaw. Serve as a side dish, or as a YUMMY addition to burgers for those infamous Southern Slaw Burgers!
Broccoli slaw is healthy, rich in Vitamin A and C, Iron and Calcium. And for Mr. Gimmie, it doesn’t have the same effect as coleslaw, which can leave you feeling bloated and miserable. (Not that I don’t love great coleslaw!) Try this super quick, cheap recipe today, and let us know what you think.
Broccoli slaw is perfect on Nutrisystem! Join us as the GimmieGirls Lose It in our quest to lose 300 lbs in 4 months on Nutrisystem! This easy hard boiled egg recipe is a perfect “Power Protein” in the Nutrisystem daily meal plan.
Mmmm, I love egg sandwiches! Nothing like a filling sandwich to keep you going. So here is a quick and healthy egg sandwich that tastes super delicious too!
Instead of white bread or rolls, I like to use an 8 grain flatbread or you can also use a whole wheat roll as the bread too. If you want to make this even less calories, you can replace the 1 large egg, with 1 large cup of egg whites.
Chicken & Eggs are a Power Protein, and Fatbread is a Smart Carb! Join us as the GimmieGirls Lose It in our quest to lose 300 lbs in 4 months on Nutrisystem! This easy recipe is perfect in the Nutrisystem daily meal plan.
This is a super quick and easy hummus recipe, that will save you a BUNCH over buying it at the store.
My family really enjoys healthy snacks that they don’t know are good for them, such as this yummy dip! It’s great for breakfast or as an appetizer. I hadn’t even considered making my own hummus until just recently when my cousin introduced me to her recipe. It is SO easy. Just a few ingredients, chop in a food processor or blender, and within minutes you’ve got a healthy, inexpensive snack for you and your family. And really, how many things are there to make with chickpeas or garbanzo beans anyway! Plus, there are lots of choices for flavors to add also.
Compare prices and save! A 16 oz tub of hummus can cost $5 – $10 at the deli (my favorite is Trader Joe’s Hummus!) But why spend that much when you can MAKE this hummus for around $2 or less for 16 oz!!
Hummus is a Smart Carb! Join us as the GimmieGirls Lose It in their quest to lose 300 lbs in 4 months on Nutrisystem! This hummus recipe is a perfect “Smart Carb” in the Nutrisystem daily meal plan.
Easy Hard Boiled Egg Recipe ~ Perfect Hardboiled Eggs Every Time
Making hard boiled eggs is easy, and takes only a few minutes. Be cautious of eating too many egg yolks (the yellow inner part) because they’re high in cholesterol. Whether or not cholesterol is good for you or bad for you, too much is not good. My doctor told me no more than 3 egg yolks per week. Consult with your own doctor to find out what’s best for you.
Easy/Hard boiled? Sounds like an oxymoron. LOL! But there’s nothing redundant about eggs! Hard boiled eggs are naturally rich in iron and high in protein. They make a great after-school snack or use in salads, or eat solo for breakfast. You can hard boil a dozen eggs and color them for Easter eggs! Hide them in your house or lawn and have a fun Easter egg hunt on the cheap. You can also hard boil eggs, remove the yolk, mix in a few spices and mayo then replace to make deviled eggs. Yum!
1 1/2 Cups Cake Mix (It can be Birthday Cake mix, Yellow Cake mix, or even Funfetti Cake Mix)
5 1/2 Cups Rice Chex Cereal
1 1/2 Cups White Chocolate Chips
1/2 Cup Powdered Sugar
1/2 Cup Sprinkles
In a large container combine the powdered sugar and cake mix and then set aside.
Melt the white chocolate chips in the microwave. Follow the instructions the chips came with, or if did not come with any, place the chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl and heat for 1 minute. After you heat them for 1 minute, mix and then heat again in 15 second intervals,stirring after each time, until the chocolate chips are all melted
Add the Chex cereal to the melted chocolate, or if you find it easier to just pour the melted chocolate over the cereal, do that. Stir gently, getting all of the cereal coated with the white chocolate. Once you have all the cereal coated, add the sprinkles.
Add the cereal that you just coated with melted white chocolate and sprinkles to the large container with the powdered sugar/cake mix. Put the lid on the container and shake it to get the cereal coated with the powdered sugar/cake mix. (Note: You can also do this with a ziplock bag if you prefer. Just add the chex that has been coated with the chocolate to a ziplock with the sugar/cake mix and shake it).
Once you've coated the Chex evenly, you're done. Enjoy!
You can store extra puppy chow in a container or ziplock bag.
Here is a quick, cheesy, and tasty meal for the whole family. This is my Quick Cheesy Sour Cream & Onion Chicken!
It’s so easy to prepare with some simple ingredients. I find to get creative with chicken so that the kids will like it. My 6 & 5 year old are very picky eaters. But my kids love cheese, potato chips, and drumsticks. So why not combine it all for one awesome meal? This is a sure fire way to get kids excited about dinner tonight. 😉 I love discovering new and delicious meals that my kids enjoy. If they’re happy, I’m happy.
Red Solo Cup. These iconic cups are now even more useful than ever. Did you know? Solo cup lines can be used for measuring! Solo measuring cup is handy if you’re baking (or pouring anything) and don’t have a measuring cup handy. For example, imagine you’re camping out and don’t have your kitchen necessities handy. Grab a Solo cup, and ! Need to measure a shot of rum? Just fill it to the first line to get 1 ounce. A typical pour of a glass of wine is 5-6 ounces. And, a regular can of beer or soda is 12 ounces. It makes sense that the Solo Cup company would have put some thought behind their wonderful products, but it’s one of those things most of us take for granted or don’t think about.
Solo Cup;;; Cups & Quarts;;;Ounces ;;; Metric;nn;
First line (1 oz) ;;; 2 tbsp;;; 1 fl. oz.;;; 30 ml;nn;
;;; 1/4 cup;;; 2 fl. oz.;;; 60 ml;nn;
Second line;;; 1/2 cup;;; 4 fl. oz.;;; 125 ml;nn;
;;; 1 cup;;; 8 fl. oz.;;; 250 ml;nn;
Third line;;; 1 1/2 cups;;; 12 fl. oz.;;; 375 ml ;nn;
;;; 2 cups or 1 pint;;; 16 fl. oz.;;;500 ml;nn;
;;; 4 cups or 1 quart;;; 32 fl. oz.;;;1000 ml or 1 liter ;nn;
;;; 1 gallon;;; 128 fl. oz.;;; 4 liters;nn;
Check out this super easy & fast baked potatoes recipe with one quirky trick that makes perfect potatoes every time! Equates to $0.50 total @ 3-4 servings! That’s right, a quirky trick!
If you’ve ever wondered how to bake a potato, the secret to this easy recipe is using a brown grocery bag to hold your taters while they cook – in the microwave! You’ll have a yummy, steaming hot side dish that feeds 3-4 people for just $0.50 total. Believe it or not, my DAD shared this trick with me! Thanks Dad!
Looking for a inexpensive, yummy meal? Well, look to the Southwest! I love Mexican food, and so does my family. My ex-mother-in-law gave it to me. She was married to a Latino man who’s mother showed her how to make all kinds of wonderful Latin delicacies.
I’ve been making this recipe for years. It’s super easy. With a little planning your family could be enjoying this tasty dinner tonight!
If you have a Crock Pot and don’t use it, you’re missing out! Cheaper cuts of meat can be absolutely delish if cooked long enough in a slow cooker. Don’t miss our beef roast buying guide for tips on getting the most for your money, and what to avoid!
Gimmie’s Beer Brats Recipe & Wisco Brat ‘n Curd Panini Sandwich (with Coupons)
YUM!! Here’s a great way to use up those bratwurst you grilled over the 4th of July! First, we’ll share our yummy Beer Brat recipe and then we’ll share what to do with leftover brats. A real taste of Wisconsin: brats and cheese curds, melted into a toasted panini sandwich. Yah sure!
Gimmie’s Beer Brats
Brats ‘n beer are a favorite in the Midwest. These yummy sausages are a hearty addition to any backyard barbecue. Since we’re vacationing at my family’s lake house, I couldn’t resist cooking up some local flavor.
Package of raw bratwursts
4 cans of cheap beer (any type, cheap beer works just fine and doesn’t waste the good stuff 😉 )
Pour 4 cans of beer into a large pan
Place raw brats in beer so they’re completely covered
Boil beer ‘n brats over high heat until brats turn a grey color. (They’re red when they’re raw)
Drain beer into sink and barbecue brats until cooked thoroughly
Serve in a brat bun (wheat or white – similar to a hot dog but, but usually larger) with your favorite condiments: ketchup, mustard, relish, sour kraut, etc.
What to do with leftover brats? Make this!
Gimmie’s Wisco Brat & Curd Panini Sandwich
Cooked bratwurst sausage (see recipe above)
Hand full of Wisconsin Cheese Curds
Your choice of condiments (mayo, ketchup, mustard, relish, kraut)
Two slices of bread
Panini maker, toaster or frying pan
Slice cooked brat into thin slices or strips, stack onto bottom piece of sandwich bread
Chop Cheese Curds into small chunks and sprinkle on brats
Smear mayo on top piece of bread, place on top of sandwich
Press in Panini maker for 2 minutes until toasty
(optionally, toast bread first and assemble sandwich – or toast in frying pan coated with Pam non-stick cooking spray
Here are some great coupons to use on your next Barbecue splurge!