I’ve got more “make it for less than $1.00” ideas for you today! If you missed yesterday’s list of ideas, go check them out. It’s fun sharing all these super inexpensive ideas with you this week!
First, the simplest craft idea ever:
Remember when I posted about how to make these cute Recipe Card Holders? These are incredibly fun and cute and EASY. The cost for each is about 20¢. Read the details here, and read other ideas for how to use these. (They’re not just great for holding recipes!)
Want to teach your kids to cook this summer?
The Kids Cook Real Food eCourse will be open next week. But for this week? Sign them up for the go check them out Malachi (our youngest) learned so much from these (and the entire course). Seeing as $FREE$ is much less than even $1.00, go check them out.
Homemade 100% Whole Grain Bread for a Buck
You can’t buy a loaf of 100% Whole Grain bread for $1.00 – or at least I sure can’t. You also can’t beat homemade bread. This Stir-and-Pour Bread recipe is just about as easy as it gets because you don’t even have to knead it. You can make this so quickly!
Bread Mix in a Jar – Make it for a Gift!
You can either bake some of the Stir-and-Pour Bread to share with someone, or you can follow these directions to make the mix-in-a-jar to give as a gift. Either way, what a fun way to love on someone! You can also use the free printable gift tags (found on this page) to go with your jar.
More fun bread variations – all for $1.00
Use the basic Stir-and-Pour Bread recipe to make these too:
- Stir-and-Pour Rolls
- Stir-and-Pour Pizza Crust
- Stir-and-Pour Cinnamon Swirl Bread
- Stir-and-Pour Chocolate Swirl Bread
Watch for more “less than $1.00” ideas coming up tomorrow!