The cost of living crisis is hurting everyone. We've put a bunch of cheap lunch ideas together to help to help you save money Research by consulting firm Urbis has found that office workers spend on average $43/day on coffee and food! We love saving money and we love the ultra-frugal. We’ve put together a list of 7 lunches that come in under $2 if you combine that with your employer’s free tea and coffee (instant still has caffeine) you could save $10 660/year.
Soup and 2 slices of home-brand bread is as cheap as lunches come and can be some of the most delicious. Pumpkin and Lentil soup can come in at about 25 cents a serve.
Most workplaces have a sandwich-press these days. With bread going for $1.90 a loaf now, toasted sandwiches are some delicious, economical lunches.
Salad can be a super cheap if you make it at home. Make sure the bulk of it with a cheaper ingredient.
Macaroni and Cheese
Macaroni and cheese is an amazing comfort food and it’s cheap. Some frozen peas, corn and frozen spinach gets the vegetables in and keep the price low.
A homemade cheese burger comes in under $2 if you use home brand bread instead of a bun. You can even make them at work if you use the sandwich press to cook the patty.
Use a pitta bread or make a homemade base and you can get in under $2
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