fresh strawberries, 2 cabbages, fresh blueberries, 2lbs of carrots, 2 pineapples, milk, cream cheese, yeast, cool whip, 12 pounds of ground turkey, fresh spinach, lettuce, celery, cukes, cottage cheese, parmesan cheese, bread, flour, canola oil and a few bulk seasonings, Total spent this week $51.55
- Breakfast: Fresh Pineapple Slices w/ cinnamon walnut cherry cheeseball
- Lunch: Cottage Cheese & strawberries
- Dinner: Spinach Stuffed Shells, Garlic-Parmesan Biscuits, Side Salad
- Breakfast: Yogurt Parfaits
- Lunch: Leftover Shells, salad
- Dinner: Grilled BBQ Seasoned Pork Chops, Riced Buttermilk Squash, Broccoli
- Breakfast: Bagels & Cream Cheese, Copycat Starbucks Frappuccinos
- Lunch: Southerners Egg Salad Wrap
- Dinner: Creamy Pesto Chicken over Bowtie Pasta, salad
- Breakfast: Toasted English Muffins (homemade) & Jam
- Lunch: Leftover Pesto Chicken
- Dinner: Cabbage Rolls, Salad
- Breakfast: Yogurt Parfaits
- Lunch: Grilled Cheese or cabbage rolls
- Dinner: Grilled Halibut w/ Lemon sauce, Baked Potato, Steamed green beans
- Breakfast: Strawberry Stuffed French Toast
- Lunch: Tropical Egg Salad Wrap
- Dinner: Cabbage Chicken Saute** family Fave!
Sunday 5th: Superbowl Sunday!
- Breakfast: Cinnamon Rolls
Game Day: Potluck Party - providing Copycat Hooters Hotwings, French Onion Dip, New England Clam Dip - friends/fam will be each providing various dishes, etc
- Fresh Fruit- Pineapples, strawberries & Cinnamon walnut cherry Cheeseball
- Carrots & Fiesta Ranch Dip
- Onion Blossom
- Microwave Popcorn
- Yogurt Parfaits
- Peach Cream Pie
- Angel Food Cake
FYI: A few notes - Riced Buttermilk squash is just steamed squash that has been pressed through a ricer. I have a tendency to use a ricer for starchy vegetables like potatoes, sweet potatoes, drier varieties of squash, etc. It produces a very light texture side dish and I prefer it to "mashing".
The hot-wings that are planned for this week, if you've been following our previous weeks, were picked up a couple weeks ago during a great sale.
Normally I would make my own cool-whip or buy a cheaper (off brand), but I've found that it just doesn't hold up well for my peach cream pie recipe. Normally I would purchase this item between November and the the first of the new year when the tubs are on clearance for .50 or so- and stock up with 12-15 for use throughout the year. The only ones I was able to find dirt cheap this year was the "extra creamy" and the cinnamon flavored ones, so I opted to go without.
Also, if you're just joining us, please note that we raise chickens and have a massive bounty of fresh eggs, often upwards of a dozen or two per day.
If you're still struggling to stay within a limited budget, check out our menu's from last year and follow them from week to week to learn how to build up your pantry and freezer, by taking advantage of various deals.
Frequently Asked Questions about our $50 Weekly Menu Plans