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Frugality At Its Finest | Y'all Big Money Mamas Wouldn't Understand

If you don't think I'm crazy frugal think again!

I just made muffins and put them in a Styrofoam bowl I found in the cabinet(probably left over from a party that my mom brought them to). Charlee was sitting at the table and I sat the bowl down infront of her. She asked me what that was....lol we never use paper plates or bowls or cups! It cost next to nothing to wash something. I don't spend money to eat on something and throw it away. All yall Big Money Mamas can go on with ya bad self, but this More For Your Money Mama can't stand the thought of it! It's pretty sad though that my 2 year old has no idea what a paper plate/bowl is.

I haven't ALWAYS been Frugal Frannie. I didn't necessarily grow up with a frugal family either. Y'all my granny uses GLAD PRESS N' SEAL. That's the Big Money I can only dream of being one day. I re-use tinfoil and even then it kills me to throw it away after use #3. Being an 18 year old married person (I don't feel …

Fruit Salsa & Cinnamon Tortilla Crisps Recipe

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What you'll need :

Flour tortillas
Sugar
Ground Cinnamon
Two large bowls
Glass Pan/Bowl (for melting butter)
2 Metal Cookie Sheets
Tongs
Cooking Spray
Butter (I used 3 sticks when I used 20 tortillas..that is equivalent to filling up a gallon sized bag with the cinnamon crisps)
1 Pineapple
1 Carton of Strawberries
2 or 3 Kiwis
Large Knife(for cutting pineapple)
Small Knife (for dicing fruit)
Spoon (for digging out pineapple)
Air-tight container or gallon plastic bag
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I make this all the time for various things and everyone always what's the recipe! So here it is! It's so simple! Here's how to make the Cinnamon Tortilla Crisps and the Fruit Salsa follows!

If you're like me you don't follow recipes well or you completely make them your own. This recipe is hard to mess up, y'all! It's so easy.

Preheat your oven to 350° F and spray a metal cookie sheet with cooking…