Crosby’s top 5 budget-friendly recipes
You don’t need to spend a lot of money or time on meals to feed your family well with nutricious foods. We’ve rounded up our top 5 low-costing dinner recipes that taste great and won’t break the bank!
#1. Vegetarian Black Bean Chili
You’ll see that the tangy sweetness of molasses in chili pairs beautifully with tomatoes. It softens their tart acidity and adds flavour with just the right substance.
#2. Creamy Thai inspired Chickpea Sweet Potato Curry
This is a substantial vegetarian dish. With two sweet potatoes, a good amount of baby spinach and some chickpeas this makes a wonderful hearty meal.
#3. Spicy molasses roasted sweet potatoes
With just a bit of prep, sweet potatoes can be transformed into an easy finger food or can be the winning side dish to any main course.
#4. Korean Turkey Meatballs with Noodles
Once cooked, the meat balls are tossed with simply spiced noodles that are seasoned with gochujang. Serve this dish with raw or lightly sauteed peppers for a bright and flavourful meal.
#5. Easy Black Bean Veggie Burger
This is the perfect recipe if you want to cut back on meat. It’s so easy to make and you probably have all the ingredients already at home to make this recipe tonight for dinner.
Fancy molasses is the only kind of molasses that I buy. It is always great on pancakes .
Can I use fancy molasses in place of cooking molasses in cookies?
Hello Jean. For cookies, we recommend using fancy molasses. -Marie from Crosby’s Kitchen