11 Budget-Friendly Breakfasts Under 375 Calories


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Eating a well-balanced breakfast that includes lean proteins, complex carbs and fresh veggies is definitely doable on a budget. The key is to prioritize inexpensive staples like eggs, oats and in-season or frozen veggies to get the most bang for your buck. These nutritious recipes take advantage of budget-friendly staples — all for 375 calories or less per serving.

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If you’re on #teamsavorybreakfast (like I. A banana with a spoonful of nut butter is a perfect on-the-go breakfast option. Throughout the year, banana prices usually remain under $1 each.

A small banana contains protein (about 3 grams) and a whopping 12% of the fiber needed daily. While. Assemble this low-fat breakfast casserole the night before and let it bake while you’re getting everybody out of bed and ready to head out the door for school and work. Turkey sausage, reduced-fat cheese and milk, and egg substitute keep the fat at 6.8 grams per serving and the calories at 184. Make this hearty breakfast burrito with egg whites and part-skim mozzarella to get the nutritional info listed below.

Get the recipe here. Serving Size: 1 burrito. 400 calories. Once it is cooked, spray on a bit of zero-calorie spray butter, and garnish with low-calorie pancake syrup or low-calorie jam, such as Smuckers Low Sugar Reduced Sugar Strawberry Preserves.

To add in a bit more protein, you can add a smear of peanut butter, however keep it under 1/2 of a tablespoon to keep this breakfast under 200 calories.

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  • Ok this was a great video and so incredibly real life! I also have to stay up crazy late to get stuff done with my 4 girls. Please do a series but maybe make sure you can sleep in the next morning on those days�� oh and a trick I learned… if you take your green onion ends that you didn’t use but keep the elastic on them, place them in a mason jar on your window ledge and they will start to regrow! Really loving your channel��

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  • Regarding the first recipe: I live in Russia in the Crimea. And it didn’t come out for me for 2 €. So the prices:
    Soy cream 2.90 € (only in special healthy market)
    Green onions -0,36 €
    Leek you will not find it anywhere.. but I did, I founded in one place and it costs a lot 1.73 € one piece.
    Jalapeño we also do not have it anywhere, for the Russian market it is already considered exotic and also not popular..Maybe If i find it in a large market (although there are no such in my city), it will cost about 2,89 € (I’m guided by the prices of small imported Chile in a nice box).. I think the price will be identical.
    Broccoli now in the summer it is nowhere to be found, even frozen. In winter it is expensive, but sometimes I buy it the price is about 2.90 €.
    Olive oil 1 l -6€
    Fresh spinach 1 bunch -0.58 €
    Fusilli pasta Barilla 1.20 €..
    basil 0.81 €!! Total:about 19,37€

  • For the first recipe isn’t it a good idea to replace the pasta for some pea pasta? I think it really goes well together and you get some extra protein i it! Awesome recipe!

  • People asking her for vegan recipes. Why can’t you just sub out the meat? I’m a carnivore but could easily make any of these recipes vegan. There are so man “fake” meat options out there. I would never dream of asking the vegan chefs I follow to post more “meat” recipes

  • What do you recommend using instead of artichoke? I really don’t like them, but the rest of the recipe looks delicious. I also want enough veggies in the meal, so I don’t want to just leave them out.
    Groetjes uit Nederland. 😉

  • Please make more videos like this! These recipes seem so delicious and I can’t wait to try them! Could you do a sweet version? Maybe some brownies or pastries?

  • Yay, finally serving sizes for adults! As a student I really love these cheap and fairly easy recipes, and I would love to see more in the future! You just got yourself a new sub:)

  • Loved the idea of the paella but as a valencian i’m feeling hurted that you called it “paella”. No problem, is just that we are so picky about what is a paella (and for sure never has peas). Loved the recipies ♥️

  • I would like to mention about leeks, you must open each leaf and scrub them. Insects, mud, and bugs love hiding between leaves, also the top green part is fine to eat, it just needs to be cooked until tender.

  • Usually you cannot buy single anything here in Germany. Buying full packs of vegetables to only use a fraction will make these dishes quite expensive, unless you commit to a rotation for a full week or two (which would be hard, as single, as some ingredients will go bad in the meanwhile).

  • it is a bit misleading because the spices can’t be purchased per teaspoon. So the actual cost is higher if we want to follow the recipe.

  • I’d love to see more of these videos as well as some gluten-free recipes if possible. I work in aviation and meal prepping on a budget for trips isn’t always easy.

  • Can you make a video on how to make coconut milk? Also a video on your twist on indian food as most of the Indian food is vegan. You can make samosas or different chaats or currys.

  • THe fok kinda pizza is this lmao. She is def. NOT wifey material. No meat? 2 toppings? thin ass crust. Damn millenials cant do anything but be lazy and mope.They think robots will do everything for them.

  • Tonight I tripled the recipe for Beef Broccoli. It was so easy, fast and filling. My kids said I needed to make more. Thank you for your weeknight/meal prep recipes

  • Hi Sadia!

    Thank you for the BBQ Cauliflower pizza recipe!
    I will give it a try ’cause I don’t like this vegetable but your recipe looks very nice!

    I also write you a comment concerning pizza dough.
    I’m french and not bilingual so please excuse my potential language mistakes.

    In fact, you don’t really need oil.

    I make my own pizza dough regularly (it is soft and crunchy like in restaurant) and I need only 4 ingredients:
    For 4 portions:

    Flour (550 g)
    Salt (2 full hollows of a hand)
    Baker yeast (7 g) + warm water (320 ml)

    As I’m not vegan, I don’t know if vegans use yeast or if you can find baker yeast suitable to your requirements.
    ( But it is possible to do your own yeast by advance (I haven’t tried yet) )

    For me, this is the best way to make a very good pizza dough!

    You just need to combine yeast with warm water for several minutes and then, combine it with the flour and salt and mix with your hand.
    When the dough doesn’t stick too much to your fingers, you have to “work it”:

    Stretch it then fold it, mix it, and repeat the process around 3-4 times. (done in 5 min)

    When you have finished, form a ball and cut it in 4 portions.
    Roll each portion in floor and set them aside on floor, under a humid dish cloth (at room temperature, 22 degrees celsius minimum. If not, the dough won’t inflate).

    If the dish cloth dries too fast, the surface of your dough will dry too: so do not hesitate to wet your cloth once again if necessary.
    If you don’t do this, you will see that the dough will be less “workable” after.

    For me, 20 min is too short for the dough to well inflate:
    You need 2 hours minimum (the heat and the air humidity influences a lot on the dough inflation). Sometimes, I have to wait more than 4 hours because the air is too dry!

    The dough will double or triple in size.

    You can prepare your dough by advance and store it overnight in the fridge in cling film (I haven’t try in a close glass container yet).

    To make a circular pizza form, I don’t recommend you to use your pastry rool: use your hand palms!
    It’s much more fun!

    You just have to flour your work plan and your dough:
    Press the center of the dough and stretch it gently and softly with your hand palms from center to edge: you have to be careful because the dough is fragile.

    The first time, it’s a little tricky but next times, you will find the correct gesture! (It’s like a caress.)
    With this method, you will obtain a dough thin in the center but thicker on the edge.

    You have to be careful when you put the pizza dough on ’cause it stretchs very easily!

    Bake it 8-9 min in a preheated oven (200-210°C)

    I tried oil dough recipe by the past and I always felt very disappointed.
    But with this method (no oil and stretch/fold gresture), I’ve found my happiness!

    Hope this will interest you and help you!

    Take care Sadia.

    Thank you for your content.


  • really liked the video and would definitely watch a budget series, but it would be helpful if you could suggest more possibilities of replacements like you did with the coconut milk and arborio rice…

    I mean, some things are kind of ubiquitous (rice, pasta, most greens), but many people might find it difficult to find unflavored plant yoghurt… take it from someone who lives in a city where you can’t yet find tofu in basically any supermarket

  • I’d suggest switching to measuring by weight, especially for doughs and baking. A cup of flour is such an unreliable measurement and in doughs precicions is everything.

  • Please do a video on store bought gluten free breads������ I recently stopped eating gluten and finding a good bread has been a STRUGGLE!!!

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  • Energy cost for baking the califlower twice. It is just too much for budget friendly recipe.
    Very weird watching recipes in Euros with cups and self rising flour. Don’t you have sacles and baking powder or yeast. Pizza is done with yeast isn’t it.

    I like cooking the broccoli together with the noodles very efficient.

  • You can totally eat the green part of the leak. Can’t believe she just threw it away. FYI you can also eat the outer leaves and the stem of cauliflower

  • been Vegan for so many years,,,for the sake of animals and I cook the same way u do,,, I created lots of good dishes for me,,,,LOL im going to make that green pasta tomorrow,,,,like ur video ❤❤❤

  • People.say being vegan is expensive. But one steak can cost up to 15 on it’s own. I know this because I’m a cashier at a supermarket. I see this all the time.

  • I tried the banana roll or sushi whatever it’s called. I tried it and it’s amazing. I added a drizzle of honey and a small amount of cinnamon. I didn’t have tortillas so I did it with brown bread that is sugar free and whole grains. I took of the crust. I did pretty much the same thing except I substituted a few things and added some things too.

  • I truly admire this video. Although I think have the measurements in your videos would be helpful. I know you have a website where you provide your measurements, but your website provider is a little clunky. You have great content and your website would be A1 if it wasn’t clunky. All in all I admire what you’re doing & all is vegans appreciate you!

  • I’m not seeing the exact recipes in this video. It would be helpful if you specified the quantity of each ingredient in the recipes. Thank you.

  • Am I the only one that feels these breakfasts lack something? I feel like I need more…. a banana and 2 tortillas… that’s breakfast?

  • Guys if you want to cook oil free and don’t have an air fryer yet, do yourself a huge favor. They are inexpensive and you’ll save yourself time and alot of frustration.

  • To make the hash faster and crispier put it in the oven with a little bit of coconut oil on the bottom of the pan of the pan isn’t non stick.

  • I have a vegan breakfast every day ( I’m not vegan, but I prefer a vegan breakfast ) I make like a version of a bean buddha bowl sainsburys supermarket in the U.K. do a mixed bean salad in a tin, so I mix it up with chia seeds, hemp hearts, sesame seeds, quinoa and a teeny vegan cream cheese and I crunch up vegetable tortilla chips on top. My go to breakfast cuz I love a savoury breakfast:-)

  • Hi Caitlin. I have 2 cousins who get seriously ill every time they eat bananas, no matter how ripe they are. Do you know why this might be and if there’s any way to remedy this?

  • I’m impressed by the clean ingredients in some target foods! I got a bunch of dried fruit at Aldi not realizing most were loaded in sugar!

  • I like this vid. I’m making the cookies today with my toddlers for church this weekend. That is, if they didn’t eat all the spotty bananas.

  • I absolutely love seeing your recipes and how you meal prep. You inspired me to get an instant pot, and I absolutely love it! Keep them coming!

  • I want to know the measurements for each of the ingredients as they are not listed, and baking instructions not said either, please do so or we won’t know the right things to do for a good result.

  • I have a lot of health issues, allergies, and intolerances. And everyone keeps saying veganism is so expencive. The only thing that’s expencive is the specialty items, nutritional yeast, and the supplements. I’m highly concidering switching over to veganism once I move to a place with a good store nearby. All we have in a little kroger. Lol

  • Hey….nice video….I loved watching u cooking….I m from india and we use pressure cooker since long…almost maybe 50+ years….only difference is urs is electric one…n we use it directly on stove…here we cook every meal fresh every day…..only few dry snacks we cook for a week or 2…..