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Eat Cheap and Healthy


This page is all about sharing recipes I have used and like – If I have not tried the recipe I will let you know!

Cooking and eating can be, but does not have to be expensive or difficult.  Don’t listen to what some are telling you – many are just out to sell their book or get you to join their program.  You don’t HAVE to join an expensive program to lose weight!  And in spite of what some will try to force you to believe, you don’t have to be a vegan or vegetarian to be healthy!  With that said, you DEFINITELY need a WAY MORE fruits and vegies than the “average” American eats.  But you do not need to become a vegetarian – it is not all or nothing.

On this page I will show you tips and recipes I have learned over the years – ways you can feed yourself and your families without breaking the bank.  In other words, how to…

eat cheap and healthyEAT CHEAP AND HEALTHY!”






Healthier- Salmon Fish Sticks

salmon fish sticks

see credits attribution below


Baked Salmon Fish Sticks | Bebe Love OkazuBaked Salmon Fish Sticks | Bebe Love Okazu



My recipe Ingredients:

1 egg

1\4 c. milk

1\4 tsp coarse pepper

1\2 dried dill weed

1\4 tsp salt

1 small onion, minced

1\2 c. cracker crumbs

1 c. corn flake crumbs to coat


1/4 c. Miracle Whip (or your favorite salad dressing substitute)

1 tsp. local honey

1 tsp dark mustard (I don’t like yellow mustard; I like a dark spicy mustard for everything)


Preheat oven 400 degrees.  Oil a flat baking sheet with olive oil.

Place salmon, milk, salt, pepper, egg and dill weed in a mixer.  Mix well.  I leave the bones in (without telling my hubby) because when blended together with a mixer, one can no longer discern a “bone”,  yet it noticeably  increases the calcium  per serving.

Add remaining ingredients.  Mix well.

Shape into  “sticks” then roll in cornflake crumbs.  Place on oiled baking sheet.  Bake 30 min or until “browning”

Hubby comments: “This  sauce is a perfect complement to the fish sticks; I could eat these all day”.  He also stated “it’s important to grind the corn flakes for coating as fine as possible”


More Resources:

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Salmon Fish Sticks Recipe - JoyOfKosher.comSalmon Fish Sticks Recipe –


Salmon Fish Sticks with Wasabi Aioli - Baked by JoannaSalmon Fish Sticks with Wasabi Aioli – Baked by Joanna



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