10 Health Foods You Can Make for a Fraction of the Cost


Oats, nuts, seeds, honey, and dried fruits. Homemade granola is often cheaper and healthier than store-bought versions.

Energy Bars:

Dates, nuts, seeds, and dried fruits. Blend and press the mixture into bars for a nutritious and cost-effective snack.

Greek Yogurt:

Milk and yogurt culture. Making yogurt at home is a simple and economical way to enjoy Greek yogurt.


Chickpeas, tahini, olive oil, garlic, and lemon juice. Homemade hummus is more affordable and allows you to customize the flavor.

Vegetable Chips:

Sweet potatoes, beets, or kale. Slice, season, and bake for a healthier alternative to store-bought chips.

Protein Balls:

Protein powder, nut butter, oats, and honey. These no-bake snacks are easy to make and cost less than pre-packaged protein bars.

Smoothie Packs:

Frozen fruits, greens, and seeds. Prep individual smoothie packs for a quick and economical breakfast or snack.

Homemade Trail Mix:

Nuts, seeds, dried fruits, and dark chocolate. Customize your mix to avoid added sugars and unnecessary additives.

Quinoa Salad:

Quinoa, vegetables, and a homemade vinaigrette. Quinoa is a nutritious and affordable base for a variety of salads.

Oatmeal Packets:

Rolled oats, nuts, seeds, and dried fruits. Create your own instant oatmeal packets for a quick and cost-effective breakfast.

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