Credit Crunch Munch – November Linky


This month I have the honour of hosting “Credit Crunch Munch” which is a food blogging challenge created by Helen and Camilla.

The idea is to create money saving recipes and tasty meals at the same time. Often simple and cheap ingredients can create the most amazing dinners. I would love you to join and enter your recipes in the linky below.

We want to know how you enjoy great food, but still spend less or save some money. Think about…

Dishes using cheaper ingredients – cheap cuts of meat or vegetarian
Meals using leftovers
Meals using up the ends of packets
Substitutions of cheaper ingredients
Packed lunches
Meals that use less energy to cook
Pressure cooking
Slow cooking
Faster cooking – less oven time for example
Batch cooking for the freezer
Sustainable foods
Food you have grown yourself
Meals from reduced food in the supermarket


To take part, simply blog about any money saving idea that is vaguely food related, I am especially keen to hear about substitutions for when you run out of something this month

There are a few rules

· Please link to the Credit Crunch Munch pages on  Helen’s  and Camilla’s.

· Please link to the current host (ME!)

· Please use the Credit Crunch Munch Badge

· Tweet using #creditcrunchmunch

· Closing date – last day of the month – so 30th November 2014

· By entering you are agreeing to let us use an image from your entry on this site, and to pin to Pinterest.

But feel free to

· Send to as many other events as you like, let’s help everyone save money!

Tell me about your money saving ideas on the linky below! I am also making this a blog hop, so feel free to grab the code and add to your post too. Let’s spread the money saving meme!

We’ll be looking for future guest hosts, so please mail Helen if you are interested. helen at fussfreeflavours dot com

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11 Responses to Credit Crunch Munch – November Linky

  1. Dottie Sauchelli Balin

    Dear Alida,
    This sounds interesting and fun. I have to think about it and try to figure out what I can post. What a great idea and it runs through the end of November, so I have some time to check on what I can contribute. Thanks again for sharing this challenge! Have a good week and I will get back to you soon.
    Dottie 🙂

    • Alida

      Thank you Dottie, it will be great to have one of your recipes! 😉

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