Week #51 $50 Weekly Menu Plan

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Week #51 Grocery Notes: The holidays have officially arrived! We’ve worked diligently to avoid the stores the last few weeks and I made it a point to only need basic items this week. A quick trip to Aldi’s and we scored great deals on lettuce, potatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, cream cheese, milk, crescent rolls (.25 a tube!), apples and walnuts. Total spent $19.76 – well within our budget!

Monday 19th:

Tuesday 20th:

  • Breakfast: Fresh Grapefruit, toast
  • Lunch: Taco Wraps from leftover taco meat
  • Dinner:Marinated Saucy Chicken(grilled), Au Gratin Potatoes, pickled beets, homemade applesauce

Wednesday 21st

  • Breakfast:Cinnamon Apple Cherry Cheese Ball & Apple Slices, Raisin Toast
  • Lunch: Grilled cheese sandwiches, tomato soup
  • Dinner:Meatloaf, Baked Potato, salad

Thursday 22nd: Blessed Yule!

Friday 23rd:

Saturday 24th:

Sunday 25th: Merry Christmas!

Various Snacks:

Drinks included: * Iced Tea (Sweet Tea)
* Coffee
* Lemonade
* Copycat Gatorade
* CopyCat Arizona Green Tea
FYI:

School’s out for winter vacation and the sports schedules have slowed slightly for a couple weeks. Throughout the week you’ll notice that several times we have “midday meals”, these are usually larger meals that are eaten around 2 in the afternoon. A late lunch/early dinner – as such there is much snacking of various dishes that family and friends have a tendency to arrive with. This time of year people are coming and going out of the house so much that meal plans have a tendency to go right out the window!

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Filled with an insatiable wanderlust to see the world, I've dedicated most of my life to saving money where I can so I can afford to see and do the things I want. I dug our family out of debt by reducing our grocery expense to less than $300 a month. You can too!

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