Poorganic Recipes

Honey Whole Wheat Sandwich Bread

Greek Yogurt

Hummus A recipe for finger-lickin’ good hummus and the pictures to prove it.

Poorganic Whole Wheat Bagels  A recipe for EASY and super healthy bagels

Poorganic Pumpkin Bread  A recipe for delicious whole wheat pumpkin bread

Poorganic Granola This recipe has lots of rooms for personal tweaking according to what you like.

Crisp Poorganic Waffles These are great to have on hand for real food breakfasts throughout the week.

The Poorganic Pizza and Vlog This is a weekly favorite that will prevent you from wasting your money on delivery.

Poorganic Pumpkin Puree How to get 6 cans worth of puree for $3.50

All of these recipes were developed by me, so please don’t copy them or share them without giving me credit. Thanks!

5 Responses to Poorganic Recipes

  1. Sarah Nale November 1, 2012 at 9:56 am #

    Good morning!
    I really would like to see your pizza recipe, but the link is not working. Can’t wait to try those waffles!
    Do you happen to have a recipe for granola BARS?

    • Katrina November 1, 2012 at 11:20 am #

      Here’s the link for the pizza vlog, which I also fixed on the recipes page. Thanks for letting me know that it didn’t work! I have made granola bars, but none of the recipes are my own, so I can’t really post them as such. In this post, there are some instructions (not really a recipe) for Lara Bars:) Thanks so much for reading. Let me know if you need help finding something. I need to do a better site reorganization, but who knows when that will happen. 😉

  2. Helene September 17, 2015 at 1:31 pm #

    did u give up on the pooroganic once the kids ate real portions of food?
    feeding kids is expensive!
    i cant imagine having $1000 after bills for groc n gas AND a date nite. i cant even fathom it. u are super blessed to have family to take ur kids too!

    • Katrina Ryder September 22, 2015 at 11:03 am #

      Yes! I can hardly keep my kids fed these days and have almost entire abandoned poorganic. ;/ Oh well, we all do the best we can, right! My kids are 10, 8, and 6 and I spend EASILY $700/mo on groceries and household. They eat hand over fist. I am working three jobs right now in addition to my husband’s teaching job, so the blogging days are kind of long gone at this point. 🙂


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