2012 $50 Weekly Menu Plan Week #44:

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2012 $50 Weekly Menu Plan Week #44: As promised last week, this week is a pantry restocking week. At the same time, we’ll be adding in a few halloween treats as well . .

This week we took advantage of the great deals available on canned & baking goods and restocked the pantry with flour, sugar, several spices, canned beans (several varieties), dried beans (several varieties), Chicken stock (it was dirt cheap!!), whole pumpkin, apples, butternut squash, lettuce, green peppers, celery, milk, yeast, garlic, pecans, crescent roll dough, and smoked mini sausages. Total spent was $51.91

Monday 29th:

Tuesday 30th:

Wednesday 31st: Happy Halloween! Blessed Samhain!!

Thursday Nov. 1st

FridayNov.2nd

  • Breakfast: poached eggs on toast
  • Lunch: Leftover Bacon Spinach Rotini
  • Dinner:Roasted Butternut Squash Beef Stew

SaturdayNov. 3rd:

  • Breakfast: Hash Browns, Veggie & Cheese Omelets
  • Midday Meal: Game Day Get-together with friends, bringing marinated pork chops, Game Day Whoopie Pies

SundayNov. 4th:

  • Breakfast:Overnight Crockpot Oatmeal
  • Lunch: Grilled Cheese & Tomato Soup
  • Dinner:“Restaurant Night” – this isn’t actually eating out, instead we use the individual portion size meals that have been vacuum sealed and frozen.

Various Snacks:

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

A few things I’d like to share:

If you’ve just started following our Menu plan you’ll see that we use quite a few eggs. We raise our own chickens and gather 8-30 eggs per day, depending on weather.

Visit our Sales cycles page for a complete list of expected Sales Items for November

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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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