2013 $50 Weekly Menu Plan Week #27

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2013 $50 Weekly Menu Plan Week #27: The summer heat is really kicking in and we’re doing our best to keep the house cool and avoid heavy meals during the day. As such, we’ve chosen a lighter fare menu plan for lunchtime this week. Total spent was a mere… $37.69 We purchased yogurt, sweet potatoes, shrimp, strawberries, kiwi, pears, spinach, onions, peanuts, walnuts, cashews, raisins, coconut, cabbage & bread.

The following items included in this weeks menu plan were harvested from our small garden: Fresh radishes, tomatoes, jalapenos, Zucchini, Summer Squash, cucumbers, fresh beets, a few carrots, okra and green peppers. We picked blackberries and blueberries locally.

Breakfast Options for this week:

  • Blueberry Maple Refrigerator Oatmeal
  • Toasted English Muffins with Homemade Blackberry Jam
  • Walkaway Breakfast Burritos (Cheese, eggs, diced onions/green peppers/ sausage/bacon/ diced tomatoes, etc)
  • Vanilla Yogurt with berries & granola
  • Eggs Over Easy, Poached, Scrambled or Omelets
  • Cranberry Sweet Potato Breakfast Cakes (recipe coming wednesday!)
  • Morning Sunrise (Egg over easy with fresh sliced garden tomato & slice of cheese)

MondayJuly 1st:

  • Lunch: Grilled Cheese & Tomato Sandwiches
  • Dinner: Summer Squash/ Zucchini Sausage Casserole

Tuesday July 2nd:

  • Lunch: Fresh Garden Salad & Cucumber Sandwiches
  • Dinner:coconut shrimp with basil spinach

Wednesday July 3rd:

Thursday July 4th:

  • Midday:BBQ Gathering with Friends- Making Copycat Applebees BBQ Ribs, cucumber onion salad

Friday July 5th:

Saturday July 6th:

  • Lunch:Tuna Salad Wraps, cucumber spears
  • Dinner: Jalapeno Burgers & Vinegar Coleslaw

Sunday July 7th:

Various Snacks:

  • Fresh Fruit– Home-Canned Peaches, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, blackberries, pears
  • Fruit Salsa w/ Cinnamon Tortilla Chips
  • Homemade Trail mix w/ Dried Berries (Cherries, Strawberries, Cranberries,raisins, 4 kinds of nuts)

Drinks Available:A note about our drink offerings, while we do always have coffee and tea in the house, coffee is usually with breakfast, hot tea is usually in the evening and for the most part our other drinks consist of Water. We don’t “drink milk” at all, it is usually used in making homemade yogurt, or in cereals, baking, etc.* Iced Tea (Unsweetened or Sweet Tea)
* Coffee
* Hot Chocolate/Cocoa
* Copycat Gatorade
* CopyCat Arizona Green Tea

For Further reading/help we recommend the following:

  • July Sales Trends-not sure what Should be on sale right now? Here is a list of the current Sales trends for the month of June, so you know what savings to expect

  • $50 Weekly Menu Plan Help across the USADo you find yourself struggling to reduce your grocery bill each month? Check out our Menu plan help across the USA to see if your area has been featured for more 1-on-1 help, if not, feel free to add your request to have your city/state featured.

  • Making Fruits & Veggies Last: At the beginning of each week we prepare the vegetables and fruits to make meal preparation easier during the week and to save money by preventing waste. You can read more about that here.

  • $50 Dollar Menu Frequently Asked Questions– There are certain questions that seem to pop up again and again, so rather than be redundant and repeat answers, we’ve put them all in one convenient place for you!

    • Basic Questions Why we don’t provide a shopping list, Random ingredients that aren’t in the shopping list, are groceries cheaper , etc
    • More Questions– more in depth questions regarding dietary guidelines, dealing with picky eaters, junk food and more

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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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