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There are plenty of things to stress about in the world, but making dinner shouldn’t be one of them. It’s possible that you can make flavorful, nutritious meals that don’t cost a lot — in 30 minutes or less.
In fact, Walmart makes it easy to get all of the groceries and kitchen gadgets you need at a low price, and offers fast delivery and free curbside pickup. If you don’t have time to go to the store, order your groceries online and pick them up on your way home, or schedule to have them delivered so you don’t even have to get in the car.
Ordering your groceries online can also save you money. For starters, you can see exactly what you’re spending before checking out, and you may be less tempted to grab any unnecessary treats. Plus, Walmart’s website has a section with easy family meals that you can add to your cart with the click of a button.
It’s no secret feeding a family can get expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. Check out these five meals for $50 from Walmart that feed two to four people.
1. Garlic Shrimp Pasta With Bread Sticks, Total: $8.82
- Birds Eye Voila! Garlic Shrimp Pasta, Family Size Skillet Meal, $7.76
- Great Value Garlic Bread Sticks, $1.06
This pasta mixes shrimp with carrots, broccoli and corn, and folds it all into a creamy garlic sauce. You can use bread sticks to soak up the remaining sauce, because you know you’ll want to.
2. Asiago Peppercorn Pork Tenderloin With Sweet Potatoes And Kale Salad, Total: $11.70
- Freshness Guaranteed Seasoned Pork Loin Filet In Asiago Peppercorn, $5.99
- Marketside Kale Pecan Cranberry Chopped Salad Kit, $3.43
- Steamables Sweet Potatoes, $2.28
This pork tenderloin is already seasoned, so all you have to do is give it a quick sear on the stove and toss it in the oven. Steam the sweet potatoes and mix up a side of kale-pecan-cranberry salad to complete the hearty, yet healthy meal.
3. Teriyaki Vegetable Stir-Fry With Rice, Total: $5.68
- Great Value Deluxe Stir-Fry Vegetables, $2.33
- Great Value Teriyaki Marinade And Sauce, $1.82
- Great Value Instant White Rice, $1.53
If you’re looking for a meatless option, stir frying veggies is a great way to pack in healthy nutrients and different sources of fiber. Serve it over rice for a filling and delicious meal.
4. Beef Taco Bowls With Beans And Rice, Total: $11.88
- 80/20 Ground Beef Chuck, $3.96
- Great Value Original Taco Seasoning Mix, $0.44
- Old El Paso Soft Flour Tortilla Bowls. $2.54
- Great Value Finely Shredded Taco Blend Cheese, $1.98
- Great Value Medium Thick & Chunky Salsa, $0.98
- Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice, Red Beans & Rice, $1.98
Swap your regular tortillas for these Old El Paso soft tortilla bowls. They hold all the fillings so you never miss a bite. Top them with cheese and salsa, and serve with a side of rice and beans.
5. Sheet Pan Smoked Sausage With Vegetables And Caesar Salad, Total: $11.90
There’s nothing easier than a sheet pan meal. Simply throw this frozen sausage and veggies mixture on a pan and toss it in the oven. You can mix a small Caesar salad on the side for an added crunch.
Get everything you need to make affordable, healthy meals at home at a price you love at Walmart.
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