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I don't want to say this too loud, so would you mind leaning in a little? Just a little closer. Little more. WHOA, okay not that close.
Alright, here goes: I've been known to be...cheap. Or as I like to call it, an adorable frugalista with magic money saving powers who wears a pink glitter cape and flies around from land to land sprinkling inspirational dust upon those in need.
I'm TOTALLY kidding, you guys!
The cape has baby blue glitter.
See, since the time I was a fetus, I was always taught to save money. Not to spend it. To be wise with my earnings. To be mindful and aware of frivolous purchases. And much to my husband's dismay, these principles still carry through to the present time.
No you CANNOT buy that new toothbrush!
So of course I'm all about the budget grocery shopping. Shocking, I know. Without sacrificing fresh ingredients and essential nutrients, lemme show ya a cheapidy cheap cheap way to full together a family meal that leaves you with enough money for that Louis Vuitton bag you've had your eye on. Or in my case, that sexy zip lock plastic bag.
Aaand we have pasta, cream of mushroom soup, red bell pepper, frozen corn, diced chicken, some spices, cheese and chips! Of course you could always switch out the chicken for tuna, to make it even cheaper. Or leave it straight up vegetarian too.
All those wonderful Mexican spices with the chicken and the veggies and the melted cheese and the crunchy chips, just STOP IT. And look at you, saving all that money! Can we hug?