Quoting ☠BryBry's MuM☠:" hello ladies! i dont know what i want to make for dinner tonight!! What are you all making & if you ... [snip!] ... i am all for them!!! We have to watch our money so nothing to costly! =) looking forward to hearing what everyone is making!"
My favorite meal is this easy recipe my stepdad taught me, it's called campfire stew. You need..
1 box macaroni noodles (or any noodles, really)
1 can condensed tomato soup
2 cans condensed veggie soup
2 pounds of ground beef
You just brown the ground beef and drain it, add the cans of soup (don't add water), and serve over the noodles. DELICIOUS!!! It's kinda like a homemade Hamburger Helper.. my old roommate's one year old wouldn't eat veggies but loved this stuff (and it has veggies from the soup) and my fiance' requests it almost every week.. and it's fairly cheap (and easy!) to make.
Another meal I turn to is biscuits and sausage gravy, which is even cheaper. Just make a batch of store-brand biscuits, make some gravy (I use the dry gravy packs which normally don't even cost $1 a pack), buy a roll of sausage, cook it up, mix it with the gravy and serve over the biscuits. I dunno how kid-friendly this is (depending on how picky they are), but we love it! And it's crazy cheap lol.