Brigette’s $ 83 grocery shopping tour and weekly menu plan for 6

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    Aldi

    2 64-ounce cartons of orange juice – $ 3.18

    1/2 gallon of oat milk – $ 2.99

    1 gallon of whole milk – $ 1.43

    1 gallon of 1% milk – $ 1.43

    1 10-pound bag of potatoes – $ 3.95

    1 3 pound bag of sweet potatoes – $ 2.39

    1 pkg. Romaine Hearts – $ 2.49

    1 cauliflower – $ 1.99

    1 pkg of fresh broccoli – $ 2.14

    1 16-ounce mini cucumber – $ 1.99

    1 bag of red grapes ($ 0.89 / lb) – $ 4.19

    4 bags of frozen broccoli florets – $ 3.40

    1 jar of peanut butter – $ 0.99

    1 jar of canned strawberry – $ 1.19

    1 4-pound bag of sugar – $ 1.95

    1 5-pound bag of flour – $ 1.19

    1 can of baking soda – $ 0.99

    1 jar of onion powder – $ 0.69

    1 jar of pasta sauce – $ 0.85

    2 packs of fresh boneless, skinless chicken thighs ($ 1.69 / lb) – $ 11.40

    1 packet of turkey bacon – $ 1.89

    1 packet of hot peppers – $ 2.19

    1 16-oz-pkg deli meat – $ 2.49

    1 packet of unhealed turkey francs – $ 2.39

    1 16-ounce bag of grated cheese – $ 2.25

    1 box of cinnamon crunch squares – $ 1.19

    1 family size box of Frosty Flakes – $ 1.89

    1 large canister of oats – $ 2.39

    1 loaf of sandwich bread – $ 0.59

    1 packet of hot dog rolls – $ 0.59

    1 pkg of flour tortillas – $ 1.19

    1 bag of nacho chips – $ 0.75

    1 pkg of cheese spread – $ 1.99

    7 serving boxes of Greek yogurt – $ 3.85

    3 dozen eggs – $ 1.65

    (Also in the picture: huge bag of fresh rhubarb from my in-laws’ garden)

    Total: $ 78.11

    Bush-N-vine

    (local CSA – we have a weekly membership that some dear friends have given us)

    Green beans, cherry tomatoes, savoy cabbage, cucumber, yellow pumpkin, blackberries, tomatoes, corn on the cob

    (Not pictured as I forgot to take a photo: giant watermelon we bought from a street stall: $ 4.99)

    Total purchase amount for the week: $ 83,1083

    Weekly menu plan

    breakfast

    Everyone is responsible for preparing / tidying up their own breakfast. The choices are:

    Muesli, scrambled eggs / boiled / fried eggs, vegetable omelette, yogurt, fruit, oatmeal, rhubarb muffins

    Having lunch

    Deli Meat Sandwiches, Watermelon, Cucumber, Green Beans Be

    Baked potatoes with broccoli and cheese, watermelon

    Peanut butter jelly tortillas, grapes, cheese sticks, cucumber / tomatoes x 2

    Leftovers x 3

    dinner

    Homemade pepperoni pizza, mixed salad

    Grilled Chicken, Salad, Grilled Summer Squash, Cookies

    Pancakes, bacon, hash browns, broccoli, blackberries

    Roast venison, cauliflower puree, baked sweet potatoes, rhubarb crisp

    Double date with friends (Kids eat hot dogs at home)

    Cabbage rolls, mashed potatoes, corn on the cob, breadsticks

    Put together your own taco salad (Spiced minced meat, sliced ​​lettuce, salsa, black olives, grated cheese, nachochips, rice), Green beans

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