Photo Credit: Emilie Raffa, via saveur.com
Throughout this fall and winter, Whole Foods Market and SAVEUR are partnering with Blog Awards winners and finalists for In Good Company, a series of culinary exploits from discovering new beers and sparkling wines to meeting local farmers and foragers. This week, we’re spotlighting Emilie Raffa of The Clever Carrot, a blog that inspires home cooks to create healthy, comforting and budget-friendly recipes.
In her post Think Outside the Produce Box, Emilie creates Couscous-Stuffed Mushrooms, a fast and delicious dish that costs around $10 for 4 people — with ingredients leftover for future use. How’d she do it? Pantry staples, bulk bin discoveries and seasonal produce.
Bulk bins. The beauty of buying in bulk is that it's budget-friendly. You're not paying for packaging, and there’s no waste because you can purchase as little or as much as you need (whether that’s one cup or one pound).
Pantry staples. 365 Everyday Value® pantry products are geared towards budget-minded consumers, with hundreds of organic offerings too.
Seasonal produce. Look for seasonal produce sales. (Discover what’s on sale in your store today.)
Read her post and get her recipe for Couscous-Stuffed Mushrooms. Then if you’re craving more easy and healthy dishes on a budget, here are a few more that fit the bill.
What’s one of your favorite healthy budget-friendly dishes? We’d love to hear it.