• 2012 Week#11 $50 Weekly Menu Plan

    2012 $50 Weekly Menu Week #11- March is a great time to find deals on certain veggies, carrots are .49#, cauliflower is .89 a head, 3# of onions for .59 and cabbage for .69 per head, 5#'s of red potatoes for $1.29. Despite having spent a good deal of our weekly budget on steaks & other meats last week, we're keeping within our total monthly budget by following the sales deals. Monday 12th:

    Tuesday
    13th:


    • Breakfast: Muffins
    • Lunch: Leftover Key West Chicken in Wraps
    • Dinner: Roast Pork w/ Spiced Peaches, Baked Potatoes, Grilled Asparagus Spears

    Wednesday 14th

    • Breakfast: Onion Bagel & Cream Cheese
    • Lunch: Tuna Pasta Salad
    • Dinner: Pulled Pork Sandwiches (using leftover roast pork), salad

    Thursday 15th:

    Friday 16th:


    Saturday 17th:


    Sunday 18th:

    • Breakfast: Whatever we're in the mood for- oatmeal with peaches & cream, cinnamon toast, coffee
    • Midday meal: Red Flannel Hash, Eggs, Biscuits

    Various Snacks:


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

    FYI:
    Other items we picked up this week included 1 whole tomato, cucumber, store brand cool whip, grapes (great deal at only .99 lb), Milk, hard cheese, 2 cans of tuna, and dh
    found some amazing deals on some frozen foods this week at walmart. They had Texas Garlic toast for .19 a box, shrimp scampi for .87 a package, (normally $8.77!), Some fish sticks for under $1 a box and several other frozen oddities. He picked up enough for 18 meals for the entire family for less than $10 in all.

    While we strive to maintain a $50 weekly budget, overall our goal is to remain under $250 a month. If we can find great deals early in the year that will apply to weeks later on, we'll definitely take advantage of those deals and stock up. This is the key to staying within such a limited budget, knowing when to spend, when to save, and when to wait for a better deal.

    March is a wonderful month for stocking up on Corned beef, frozen veggies & fruits/berries, and more. Check out our March Sales Guide for more details

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