2015 $50 Budget Menu Plan Week 13:

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2015 $50 Budget Menu Plan Week 13: Happy Easter! This week we’re celebrating spring and all it has to offer with fresh berries, a few easter treats and more…
Ham, of course, is always on sale the end of March and beginning of April as Easter nears. It’s a great time to stock up, particularly a couple days After the holiday as the ham prices often drop to less than $1 a pound.

This week we purchased the following: raspberries, blueberries, celery, lettuce, spinach, ham, green peppers, yogurt, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, zucchini, summer squash, dried beans, cauliflower, pears, bananas, grapes, carrots

Total spent this week on groceries: $54.88

From our Backyard: Fresh Eggs (up to about 12 a day)

From our Windowsill/ Garden: a few fresh herbs in the windowsill– cilantro, basil, parsley and rosemary

Breakfast Options for this week:

Lunch Options for this week:

Monday March 30th:

TuesdayMarch 31st:

Wednesday April 1st:

Thursday April 2nd:

Friday April 3rd:

Saturday April 4th:

  • Dinner: Baked Ham with Pineapple Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, pickled beets (from the garden last year), biscuits

Sunday April 5th

  • Dinner: Easter Dinner with Friends

Various Snacks & Desserts:

    Drinks Available: * Iced Tea (Unsweetened or Sweet Tea)
    * Coffee
    * Hot Chocolate/Cocoa

    Less Likely to be used, but still available:
    * Copycat Gatorade
    * CopyCat Arizona Green Tea
    * Lemonade
    * Iced Coffee Drinks
    * Almond Milk

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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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