Meal for 6 for $5 – by Gayle from Grocery Cart Challenge


  1. gail says

    great guest post! both recipes look yummy. i use my bread machine alot for bread andpizza dough but have not made rolls. you make it look so easy, i’m gonna havta try.

  2. Mrs. Querido says

    Yum…where was this soup when I had to use up a bunch of potatoes recently? Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing Gayle and Erin!

  3. Tracy Stalding says

    This chowder is nothing short of amazing. I was in heaven! And, my oldest son and I had the leftovers for lunch today. Just put it in a saucepan to reheat! Mmmmm! Great during this insane snow we’re having!

  4. Trish says

    These recipes sound really good, but I am not sure where the poster lives or gets her ingredients because some of the items are way off from what I would be able to get them off. Like flour it is .29 a cup, not .10 here. The butter is no way only .22 a stick , more like .50.

    Anyway good recipes but wouln not fall into the 5 dollar category for me I am afraid.

  5. Lisa says

    I made this delicious soup for dinner on Tuesday – SO GOOD!!! I didn’t have time to do it in the crockpot so ended up doing it on the stovetop and it turned out great! Froze half of it for another meal! Thanks for the great recipe!

  6. Blissful Nikki says

    I found these rolls on Gayle’s website months ago and fell in love! I make them all the time! They are like Heaven hyped up on carbs!! A++!!!

  7. Teeter says

    I just found your site and tried this soup and the rolls last night. They turned out fantastic! My five kids loved them. We will definitely be making these again.

    Thank you for all your hard work. I really appreciate it.

  8. Nicole says

    I was concerned about how thick it would be even after I added the cream cheese so I took a ladle of the liquid and whisked it with a little flour until smooth and poured it back in the crockpot–it is nice and thick and bubbling away in there now! Thanks!

  9. Erika says

    Tonight we will be having this yummy chowder for the second time. It is scrumptious and every one in our family loves it. Our youngest daughter takes medication that makes it necessary for us to make a couple of changes to reduce the sodium content. We used half a can of soup (froze the rest for later), added a minced garlic clove in place of the boullion and crumbled 1/4 lb. bacon into the chowder at the end instead of the 1/2 lb. I have directed several friends to your blog, and they have really enjoyed this recipe too. Thanks!

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