The 3 Best Tips For Saving Time And Money on Healthy Meals

The 3 Best Tips For Saving Time And Money on Healthy Meals

Who said healthy eating is expensive? It doesn’t have to be. Healthy eating done right can save you a lot of money. If you’re attracted to pre-made meals or takeaways it’s probably due to not only the price, but the convenience as well. We live busy lives, by the time we get home from work or wrangle up the kids the last thing we feel like doing is cooking. Here are some ideas for healthy eating that take the least effort.

Slow Cooker

A slow cooker may just be your best investment in kitchen appliances yet! A slow cooker is the definition of convenience. It is basically an electronic bowl where you cook, serve and store your meals. The best part of a slow cooker is it does the cooking for you. Simply combine ingredients and then continue with your daily routine whilst it cooks your meal.
There is hardly any planning involved in slow cooked meals. Throw in all your extra veggies and meat scraps to create all different types of meals. For example; a hearty casserole or soup to warm the bones and help fight the dreaded flu during the fast approaching winter season.
Let nothing go to waste! Use all your scraps or even meat carcasses to make your own home made stock to add a simple flavour to meals. Make your slow cooked meals in bulk and freeze left overs for future dinners and lunches.

Whole Foods

Stock up on handy wholefoods. They are extremely affordable and a whole lot better for you.
As long as you have these whole foods in your pantry, you will always have something to prepare meals with. For example; lentils and beans for curries, lasagnes, or nachos. Wholegrain pasta and rice is a great additive to many meals. For breakfast, choose nutritious oats.
Buy it in bulk! If you want to save even more, buy your wholefoods in bulk from wholefood suppliers instead of supermarkets. For example, a whole food supplier called Bin Inn, has 37 stores nationwide selling every grain, legume or dried fruit you could think of and for a fraction of the price of supermarkets! To save time and money, stock up every time you visit your supplier. Most wholefoods will last in your pantry for many months without going bad.


The ultimate solution for the morning rush. If you skip breakfast due to lack of time or even lack of hunger, then a smoothie or juice is the way to go. After all breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Drink your juice on your way to work, perfect for those mornings on the go
Much like the slow cooker- a blender or juicer does all the work for you in a matter of seconds and nothing goes to waste. You can combine all your extra fruit and vegetables to make yummy and nutritious concoctions. One juice can give you all the nutrients you need for the day in one meal! Add a base of banana or apple and the kids won’t even notice the spinach.

Disclaimer: The above information is general in nature and not intended to be advice. You should consider seeking professional advice before following any suggestions in this blog/website.