Traveling is a great way to explore, relax and fun have. Traveling can also be a strain on wallet, though. Between the flight, hotel, and many other expenses, I often forget to factor in how much I will be spending on food.
Eating out on vacation is usually part of the whole experience, but that doesn’t mean you can’t be smart about it and save a couple bucks by selectively “eating in” for a few meals. One go-to strategy that works well is to pack breakfasts when you travel. Packing on-the-go breakfasts will cut the number of meals you need to eat out for by one third, and not take away from exploring new places for lunch and dinner. Read More
Breakfast recipe number two coming at ya.
And this one is a classic breakfast sandwich featuring eggs, avocado, and other delicious accompaniments.
This won’t be the last sandwich you see on Economical Chef either. Sandwiches are a great way to deliver flavorful, filling meals for minimal dollars. And I am all about spending minimal dollars. Read More
Breakfast is often expensive, inconvenient, and unhealthy. What an optimistic way to start a post, eh?
Common breakfast foods such as cereal and granola bars have been masquerading as convenient health foods for quite some time, but they are typically packed with sugar and unnatural ingredients. Starting your day right is important, especially if you are heading to a fast-paced-action-packed office environment.
Anyways, this cinnamon yogurt parfait will taste delicious, and is great for you too. What a cliche! Read More