Credit Crunch Munch for June is Now Open!

June is going to be a very busy month for me here at Delicieux. I am very happy to say that as well as launching a new blogging challenge (Four Seasons Food) I am also going to be hosting one of my very favourite monthly events CREDIT CRUNCH MUNCH! Thank you Helen from Fuss Free Flavours & Camilla from Fab Food 4 All for trusting me with your baby…

Credit Crunch Munch logo

I enter into Credit Crunch Munch every month without fail. The concept of creating money conscious meals is so important in todays family life and I wholeheartedly support it! It’s all about saving some money but still eating really great food!

Money saving topics could be:-

Dishes using cheaper ingredients – cheap cuts of meat or vegetarian
Meals using leftovers
Meals using up the ends of packets
Substitutions of cheaper ingredients
Packed lunches
Meals that use less energy to cook
Pressure cooking
Slow cooking
Faster cooking – less oven time for example
Batch cooking for the freezer
Sustainable foods
Food you have grown yourself
Meals from reduced food in the supermarket

The list is endless so get creative!

How to take part!

  • To take part, simply blog about any recipe or money saving idea that is vaguely food related
  • Please link to the Credit Crunch Munch pages on Fuss Free Flavours and Fab Food for All
  • Please link to the current host (ME!) Anneli from Deliceiux
  • Please use the Credit Crunch Munch Badge
  • Tweet using #creditcrunchmunch
  • Closing date – last day of the month
  • By entering you are agreeing to this site using your image in the round up, and us pinning your entry to Pinterest.
  • Remember to respect others’ copyright.
  • Feel free to send to as many other events as you like, let’s help everyone save money!

Submissions for June, please enter your details with the linky tool:

13 thoughts on “Credit Crunch Munch for June is Now Open!”

    1. It’s tough isn’t it – there’s so many great challenges out there you just can’t do them all! We hope you do have something for us though and we look forward to it x

  1. Great idea Anneli, I’m all for cheaper ingredients, as long as it doesn’t involve compromising my ethics – for example, you can get eggs for ~7c per egg, but I’d rather spend 30c per egg and know they’re ethically reared. That’s just me – I’d rather go without eggs than eat “bad” ones, but I know some people don’t have the same qualms. Same for meat… we actually only eat meat about once or twice a week in our house, and it’s not even necessarily because we can’t afford it… it’s just because we don’t feel the need to eat it so often, and certainly don’t miss it!

    1. Thanks Charles. This challenge has been around for a while and I think it’s just great so I am very happy to host this month. I am the same about eggs though…definitely all for happy chickens. We also eat veggie a fair bit. Better for the wallet and the waistline and the insides! All round goodness :)

  2. As it looks to me, things seem to be going fine. I hope you have a lot of fun with hosting the challenge this month.

  3. A great challenge. I’m new to blogging though and haven’t embarked on twitter yet. I’ve added all the links though, is there an email I could enter by?

    1. Hi Lucie, You don’t need to be on Twitter to enter this challenge :) I see that you have made a lovely recipe and attached the right links and badge on your blog so thts all great. All you need to do now is enter the link details into the linky tool on this page. If you scroll up, you will see little thumbnails of each of the other entries and just below them is a link thats says ‘click here to enter’. So, jusy click there and follow the instructions and you will be done! Thanks for entering Credit Crunch Munch with your delicious looking curry x

  4. This is such a cool idea. I like to save money any way I can. I think most people are keeping a closer eye on their expenses these days. So this is a great idea.

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