I believe healthy eating isn't and shouldn't be boring, tasteless or expensive.
As a full-time college student on a budget, I am always trying to get the most bang for my buck at the grocery store and in the kitchen. Despite what you may have heard, cooking plant-based meals made from whole foods does not have to break the bank.
I know one of the main reasons why most people believe they can't eat healthy is because it's too expensive. I'm here to tell you that it doesn't have to be that way. That's why I've created more than 20 healthy meals, snacks and desserts for $3 or less per serving in my eBook Vegan on a Budget.
This 55-page eBook includes includes wholesome, plant-based breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack and dessert recipes, along with money-saving tips, a two-week meal plan for around $50 per week and grocery shopping lists.
To learn more about me and check out more plant-powered recipes, visit EmilieEats.com.