Meals That Don’t Break The Bank

Eating at the HUB every day can pretty pricy and nearly drain the money you have in your bank account. If you’re in need of some meals that won’t leave your wallet empty, then look no further. A weeks’ worth of meals is exactly what VALLEY has for you that give you a little variety on a budget.

Spaghetti and Frozen Vegetables

This easy, wallet-friendly meal is one you can whip up in no time. As long as you can boil water, you can wear the apron in the kitchen for this night. Top your spaghetti with red sauce and parmesan cheese, and get your serving of veggies with a bag of microwavable peas.

Frozen Marinated Chicken, Bush’s Baked Beans and Microwavable Peas

Pro-tip: you don’t even have to cook the beans in a pot. Just dump them in a bowl and heat them in the microwave for about 3 minutes. Add some of your leftover peas from the night before on the side of this entrée.

Macaroni and Cheese and Bush’s Baked Beans

Now it’s not as if this dish is difficult to make. The real question here is, do you go with Kraft or Velveeta? Add in some leftover beans to give some variety to the meal.

Frozen Pizza with a Side Salad

There’s no such thing as bad pizza. Whether it’s DiGiorno’s or Ellio’s, this timely dish will satisfy your hunger in no time.


A little more laborious of a meal. You’ll have to visit a few more aisles in Walmart other than the cereal and pasta aisle. Ground up some beef, shred lettuce and have an array of typical toppings such as salsa, cheese, sour cream and maybe some of those Bush’s baked beans from the other night if you forget to get black beans at the store.


The Ticking Time Bomb On Your Groceries

Meals On The Go

Eating Your ‘Weigh’ To Summer Health