It’s grilling season, and for good reason. Who wants to turn on the oven if you don’t have to? Quick, light meals made at home with fresh whole foods are a health- and money-saver compared to going out. From Dad’s Day to Labor Day with fireworks in between, heat up the grill and keep your house and budget cool. Here’s one of our favorite tricks taken from the pages of The Whole Deal value guide: shop once, grill once, make three meals. Here’s the plan: Make the Honey Mustard Chicken and Veggie Kabobs. The next day, use the leftover chicken in a Grilled Chicken Salad, and then use the leftover veggies from the kabobs for amazing Grilled Veggie and Goat Cheese Wrap on the third day. Here are the recipes to make it all come together. Honey Mustard Chicken and Veggie Kabobs Feel free to substitute with tofu or whatever kabob-friendly meat or seafood we have on sale…or not, because—not to brag—our chicken is always a great value for your values. Grilled Chicken Salad with Peach-Pecan Vinaigrette For extra flavor, grill the peaches and red onions, too. The fruity, nutty dressing here is made without added oil and is just one example of a healthy salad dressing. Grilled Veggie and Goat Cheese Wraps These wraps are wonderful for a summer supper or packed lunch (wrap in waxed paper for portability). Your one-stop shopping trip gets even easier! Just click the “Add to Shopping List” button on each recipe and all the ingredients will be added to your online list. You can update the list, share it with a friend, forward the list to a mobile device and more. You'll need to set up a free account on our website for all these great features but that’s simple enough. If you have an iPhone you can search for these recipes and add them to your shopping list using our Recipes App. 1 stop shopping + 1 time grilling = 3 easy meals. There you have it, our simple formula for freeing up time and money for the things you enjoy and still having enjoyable meals. The Whole Deal value guide has even more cool summer savings ideas, plus coupons, sure deals, meal plans and recipes. What summertime cooking or shopping tricks do you have up your sleeve?