9 Amazingly Budget-Friendly Recipes to Replace Takeout Nights

Sweet Potato Chili: This homemade chili made with beans, warm spices, vegetables, and sweet potatoes eliminates the need for meat while maintaining flavor.

Stuffed Peppers: Stuffed bell peppers are an ideal dinner for families looking for something both comforting and nutritious. You get ground beef, rice, and vegetables in one dish.

Tuna Noodle Casserole: This casserole dish's main ingredients are canned tuna and egg noodles, but there is also a generous amount of creamy sauce and frozen sweet peas. Do not forget to sprinkle crispy potato chips on top.

Spinach-Artichoke Pasta: Canned artichoke hearts, breadcrumbs, chicken broth, and pasta may already be in your pantry. That means you're only a few steps away from preparing this creamy pasta inspired by the popular dip.

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork: Make a large batch of tender pulled pork on Sunday, and you'll have plenty of meals throughout the week. Serve it on sandwich buns or over a large pile of nachos.

Chicken Teriyaki: This dish, like your favorite takeout, is covered in a sweet and sticky sauce. Serve it with inexpensive white rice and your favorite vegetables on the side.

Homemade Hamburger Helper: Make this nostalgic meal from scratch, and it will bring back many happy childhood memories. If you want to make it your own, you can easily replace the ground beef with ground turkey.

French Bread Pizzas: Ree enjoys making supermarket swaps, such as using store-bought French bread for pizza night! It's quick, simple, and ideal for any topping your family prefers.

Beef Enchiladas: These beef enchiladas use canned enchilada sauce, but they still have plenty of spice and melty cheese.