i just made this kid-friendly tuna salad brought to you by Whole Foods Market at work today.
i brought the following ingredients:
- 1 can of tuna
- 2 tbsp of sunflower seeds
- a box of raisins
- a grated carrot
- 2 chopped celery stalks
- 8 oz container of low-fat cottage cheese
- 2 tsp of sriracha.
i mixed all of these items in a big Tupperware container.
it is the perfect flavorful tuna salad, full of healthy ingredients. this will certainly last me a couple days too. i love putting the tuna salad on top of a piece of wheat toast!
all together, this lunch costs approximately $4.20 / at least two days worth = $2.10!
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thekitchn.com’s Money-Saving tips:
Frugality has been on everyone’s minds these days, and cooking at home is one of the best ways to save money and nourish yourself and your home at the same time. From good yet inexpensive cuts of meat to good ideas for using up the last bits of your ingredients, here’s a look back at some of our discussions and tips on saving money in the kitchen.