The baked goods you buy at the dollar shop are typically poor in flavour and nutritious value, but rich in fat and calories.
Buying honey might be costly. Check out the cost of a jar of locally sourced honey when strolling through your local farmer's market.
When compared to the soups you can get at a big box shop, these "cups of soup" cost $1.25 or $1.50 each.
Many of these dips, like Home Style Select Nacho Cheese Dip, are merely cheese-flavored goods and contain very little to no genuine cheese.
You should never purchase purportedly grated Parmesan cheese from the cheap store. It's definitely not Parmesan and it's not cheese at all.
Although the cheese bars are smaller than those found in grocery stores, they may still be made with real cheese.
Do not purchase those tiny applesauce cups from the dollar shop; they are ideal for school lunches.
To bake brownies, cakes, and cupcakes at home, use boxed mixes. You only need to add eggs, water, oil, or butter before baking.
Avoid buying prepared frosting from the dollar store whether you bake a cake from scratch or from a boxed mix.
When frozen vegetables are on sale, they frequently cost $1.50 a pound, so a dollar for a bag of vegetables seems like a fantastic deal. Sadly, no, it isn't.