Here are two more meals. Impossible Quiche as per Rhonda's blog here
and a home made pizza.
The impossible quiche can be made with whatever you have to hand. For example, I didn't have cream so used home made yoghurt. I had a couple of slices of ham so added some mushrooms etc. We always bake ours in a long dish and cut it into 6. This is then served with with bread & butter and salad, or beans and potatoes or something similar.
Estimated cost to use was 36p per portion, depending on what you have around. Again, if you have chickens you would have to work out the price per egg. Same applies to home made yoghurt.
After making two loaves of bread the other day, I saved some of the dough to make a pizza for lunch.
This semi-wholemeal 'potato' bread works out quite cheaply as well.
Two loaves lasts us a week. It is lovely and springy to the touch but is very different to bought uncut bread. We had some of that, at the weekend, when I just didn't get around to baking. It was light and airy, sort of like cotton wool. Each to their own obviously, but we prefer home made, done by hand as we don't own a bread making machine. If you do own one, give it a go, you'll be surprised by the difference.