$5 Dinner Recipes For Your Whole Family

I am constantly looking for inexpensive meals that I can make for my family. Below I have put together a list of 15 $5 dinner recipes that you can try too!

Try these delicious and inexpensive $5 dinner recipes for the whole family.

I always struggle when it comes to dinner. I have never enjoyed cooking, nor am I good at it. It is hard feeding a family of five without spending a lot of money, so dinner can be stressful. I have put together a list of 15 different recipes that cost $5 or less. A lot of the recipes are very easy to follow and do not take much prep work. This definitely makes my job a lot easier.

If you are spending too much money on your grocery bills each month then check out the $5 Meal Plan. They send you delicious meal plans and a shopping list to make the recipes for only $5 a month!

I love meal planning and knowing what is on our menu ahead of time so that I am not frantically searching for something to make for my family. I definitely lack with consistency. I do really well planning our meals and then somehow fall off track.

Not only are these meal options inexpensive, but they can also help you to save money on your monthly grocery bill because you can focus on only purchasing items that are on your meal plan.

Take a look at these yummy dinner recipes you can try for your family without having to spend a lot of money!

$5 Dinner Recipes:

  1. 30 minute meal: Rice and Veggie skillet
  2. Texas Ham and Cheese Sliders
  3. Honey-Baked Chicken Recipe
  4. French Bread Pepperoni Pizza Bites
  5. Cheesy Fiesta Chicken
  6. Oven Fried Chicken with Biscuits
  7. Chalupa Recipe for Cinco de Mayo
  8. Sweet Potato and Chickpea Burgers with Curry Basil Aioli
  9. Ham Casserole Recipe
  10. Sloppy Joes Sliders
  11. Tomato and Macaroni Soup Recipe
  12. Grilled Bruschetta Chicken Recipe
  13. Skinny Crock Pot Chicken and Veggie Chowder
  14. Chicken ala King Recipe
  15. Spicy Salmon and Gnocchi

Try these delicious and inexpensive $5 dinner recipes for the whole family.

Do you have any $5 dinner recipes or inexpensive meals, please share in the comments below!

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  1. The rice and veggie skillet looks and sounds really good! I don’t mind rice but I can’t eat a bunch of it by itself – I sometimes add ground beef or something like that but veggies is a much healthier idea. I will have to try it sometime. Thanks for sharing it.
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