Saving Money with Vegetarian Dinners

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One of the easiest ways to save money on groceries is to limit the amount of meat you consume.  High quality meat is expensive compared to other sources of protein.  Including more beans, legumes, eggs, grains, vegetables, and cheese instead of meat in your meals will help your grocery bills to come down.  In my house, when we do eat meat it tends to be a small portion compared to the other food on our plates.

There are so many different types of vegetarian dinners that your family can enjoy.  Here are ten hearty vegetarian meals that I like to make.  Most of them cost less than a dollar per serving, and they’re all very satisfying meals.  When veggies are the centerpiece of a meal, you can often substitute different vegetables according to your family’s tastes.

Black Bean Soup: $.40 per serving

Squash Tortilla Soup: $.80 per serving

Squash Chili: $.58 per serving

Baked Pasta Casserole: $.62 per serving

Calzone: $.78 per serving

Roasted Vegetable Pizza: $.76 per serving

Swiss Chard Tomato Quiche: $.82 per serving

Asian Noodle Bowl: $1.05 per serving

Lentil Sweet Potato Casserole: $.75 per serving

Lentil Farm Share Skillet: $1.63 per serving

What vegetarian meals regularly appear on your family’s menu?  Feel free to share links in the comments.

Linking to Pennywise Platter Thursday.

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