Whether you’re throwing a Halloween party for children, or just inviting some family and friends over for some ghoulish fun – Here are some tips for putting together an unforgettable and inexpensive Halloween scene! Continue reading
Halloween can be costly, especially for parents. Things like decorations, candy for trick-or-treaters and creepy attractions can empty your wallet before you know it. Here are some cheap ways to enjoy this fun holiday. Continue reading
Here are 5 frugal things I’ve done lately, with hopes of inspiring you to do the same! Continue reading
Today, October 6th, is International Noodle Day. What better way to celebrate than to make a dish with the notoriously cheap brand of pasta, Ramen Noodles. Here are 5 low-cost ways to enjoy this already inexpensive food. Continue reading
It’s almost that time of year. The time where warm hoodies, extra blankets, apple cider, and yes – pumpkin spice, are inescapable. If you’re like me, you might find it a bit pricy to get your daily pumpkin spice fix at a local coffee shop, so I’ve researched a few ways to enjoy it without blowing your budget. Continue reading
A couple weeks ago I had a birthday party to go to. And not only did I forget about it, but I also forgot to get a gift! It was down to the wire, with only an hour to go before the party. I knew I had to come up with something other than the generic birthday card and lottery tickets- and then it dawned on me. The birthday girl loves ‘sweets’… and she would certainly love my (cheap) 4 ingredient peanut butter cookies!
Listen, I know it sounds “basic” to give cookies as a gift, but they’re delicious, they only take 15 minutes to bake, and more importantly- the ingredients are incredibly cheap, everyday household items. I guarantee that if you don’t have all 4 of these ingredients in your kitchen, you will at least have 2 (or 3?)
Read on to unveil my deliciously foolproof 4 ingredient flour-less peanut butter cookie recipe. (Don’t worry…that’s not the official name) Continue reading