For generations, we’ve come to expect that breakfast, lunch, and dinner each contain certain aspects of a meal — a few sides, typically veggies and starch, surrounding the main meat entree. But taking a step back from the expected may save your grocery budget major bucks.
In fact, studies show that 90 percent of Americans enjoy breakfast for dinner, and 53 percent of those opt for the morning meal in the evening at least 1-2 times per month. This allows for breakfast leftovers the next morning, as well as more affordable meals such as pancakes as the focus instead of a more expensive meat.
So drop the expected, and save cash with a more frequent morning menu.