Food Resolutions for 2012 {Eat Well, Spend Less}

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It is the last day of January, but hopefully you still have momentum going on your resolutions and goals for this year. Personally, it took me about 3 weeks to get my goals from my head to paper. In fact, I’ve added a few more!

The first Eat Well, Spend Less topic for 2012 was Food Resolutions:

Mandi from Life… Your Way hits the nail on the head with the key to making a successful diet change. I am also working on limiting sugar in our family {and let me tell you, it is not easy!}, and these tips are going to be so helpful!

Shaina at Food for my Family shows you how to save money by having an organized kitchen.

Katie of Kitchen Stewardship has the right idea: reuse chicken bones for multiple batches of chicken broth. I need to do this next time I make broth, as I thought once was all you got ;) Do you have turkey instead of chicken? Try Alyssa’s Turkey Broth recipe!

Carrie from Denver Bargains lists six tips to save money by wasting less in the kitchen. I, too, have learned some of these the hard way!

Jessica at Life as MOM is saving money by teaching her kiddos kitchen skills. {Oh, how I should be doing this better!}

Aimee of Simple Bites has several smart snacking suggestions. Her Baked Brown Rice Pilaf sounds soooo good!

Katie from Good Life Eats shares three tips for baking with whole grain flours, plus a tasty Pumpkin Cranberry Bread recipe.

Tammy of Tammy’s Recipes shows you how to work your food budget to eat well and save money at the same time!

And my contribution lists several tips on how to save money on healthier foods.

Be sure to visit each of these sites to see how you can improve upon your food and kitchen resolutions for this year. I know I need to revamp mine a bit now ;)

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