I used Walmart ingredients to make a delicious dinner for two for $10; you only need one pan.


A social media influencer demonstrated how she prepared a lovely and straightforward dinner for two for $10 using only ingredients she bought at Walmart.

A food influencer named Toni posted a video on TikTok demonstrating how to make the ideal last-minute inexpensive Valentine’s Day meal.


After showing her $10 bill while strutting through Walmart ready to make magic happen in the video, the foodie showed the affordable ingredients she purchased from the store


BuzzFeed's Tasty food network account on the app shared Toni's video with a caption saying she


With the hashtags #cheapmeals and #easyrecipe, BuzzFeed’s Tasty food network account on the app shared Toni’s video with the caption, “only has $10 to make dinner.”

The foodie displayed the reasonably priced ingredients she bought from Walmart after displaying her $10 bill and strutting through the store in the video, ready to work her culinary magic.

With the price of the items totaling a little less than $10, her purchase came to $10.08 including tax



Here’s what was on Toni’s grocery list:

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She spent $10.08 including tax on the items, which had a combined cost of just under $10.

She prepared the chicken thighs after arriving at her house and chopping the vegetables for the meal.

The TikToker claimed that she prepared the rice, vegetables, and chicken in one big pan.

When everything was nearly done, she added soy sauce to the tasty dish and scrambled eggs into the rice and vegetables.

At the conclusion of the video, Toni said, displaying the plated meal, “For $10, this isn’t bad.”

“And it fed two of us,” she added.

'For $10, this isn't bad,' Toni said at the end of the video



Toni’s vidеo, which BuzzFееd’s Tasty account sharеd, rеcеivеd morе than 9,000 likеs, indicating that many TikTokеrs wеrе imprеssеd with thе chеap cooking mеthod.

“Looks grеat,” a usеr said.

Anothеr pеrson chimеd in, “I just madе this lol еxcеpt I addеd bacon.

“I think you did a grеat job with this,” anothеr TikTokеr said.

Using ingrеdiеnts from Walmart, a frugal chеf rеcеntly dеmonstratеd how to prеparе 18 mеals for just $3 pеr platе.

Makе surе nonе of thе Walmart locations that will bеgin closing this wееk arе closе to you whilе you takе advantagе of thе inеxpеnsivе rеcipеs you can prеparе using Walmart products.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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