I'm one of those people who insists on doing her own taxes. I like to see exactly where my money is going, and usually, it's not going where I want it to. So instead of going out to a local dive bar for a burger and fries to ease the stress, I'm going to tighten my belt and make these delicious recipes for cheap eats. Take the Stuffed Pork Sandwich (recipe below), for example. At 353 calories it still has that ooey goey melted cheese that I crave without all the calories, plus at $3 a serving it's better for my bank account. Feel like going to the local cantina for dinner? Save some money by preparing some inexpensive Mexican food at home. The beauty of Mexican food is that you don't need to invest in expensive ingredients to have a delicious meal.
What some more budget-friendly inspiration for tax season? Here are a few of my favorite recipes from our budget-friendly recipe collection:
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