Cooking on a Budget: Save money, Eat healthy, Be awesome

Ahhh, college. A time for self discovery, late night ...studying... and bumming off of mom and dad for a few extra bucks.

But college is also a time for scrimping. When you are paying thousands of dollars on tuition, hundreds on "beverages," and the occasional buck on Candy Crush (to help pass the time in Psychology), the last thing you want to spend money on is food.

But what if we told you that feeding yourself in college doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg; that one does not have to survive on freeze dried noodles alone to survive; that there are other options besides your school's "affordable" meal plan?

What if we told you it's possible to live off of $5* a day? Would you want to find out how?

Why are we starting with a budget course and not a cooking instruction course? That's a great question. The simple answer is this: great food starts with a plan.

Whether you are a novice in the kitchen or already a decent home cook, creating a plan for what you are going to eat is essential to save you money and develop a healthier lifestyle.

In this course you will not only learn how to survive, nay, thrive off of $5 a day, you'll learn to:

  • Plan your weekly meals like a champ
  • Outsmart your grocery store
  • Keep a well-stocked pantry 
  • Discover all the tips and tricks behind leftovers
  • Develop a new outlook of a balanced diet
  • And so much more!

You'll also be given:

  • A free printable grocery list sample to prove how easy it is shop and save
  • An "inventory" checklist for all your staples
  • 8 printable easy to follow recipes accompanied with beautiful pictures
  • And so much more!

If you don't save money after this course, we'll refund you 100%

*Please note that food prices vary across the country. We are basing our observations off of Pittsburgh, PA food prices.

Pantry Staples
Shopping Savvy
Not Like Your Momma's Leftovers
Meat on the Side
BONUS LESSON: The Secrets of Meal Planning
Final Exam

Do I have to be in college to take this course?

Absolutely not, anyone can take this course. We've already graduated college but still continue this discipline even now. Who doesn't like saving money?

Is there a time limit for this course?

Nope. You go at your own pace.

Is it really $7? Will I have to pay extra to get more lessons?

It's $7, simple as that. It would seem silly to charge a lot for a "budget" course now would it?

Are recipes included?

Of course! There will be lesson-specific recipes for you to try and enjoy.