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Easy Chicken Tacos

 

These Easy Chicken Tacos are my favorite choice of a quick and inexpensive meal to serve to my family!

There are a few reasons I like these so much! I always have chicken in the freezer, lettuce, tomato and cheese in the fridge and I am usually able to find a deal on tortilla shells easily so I almost always have those too!
With the way our household is with the kids working and going to college, there is always someone that is not at the dinner table. Chicken Tacos are something any of my boys can heat up and make in 5 minutes AND its a healthier option than frozen or processed foods.

Ingredients:
4-6 Boneless Chicken Breasts
Hard Taco Shells or Soft Burrito Shells
Tomatoes
Lettuce
Shredded Cheese
Black Beans
Corn
Beans
Sour Cream
Taco Sauce
Salsa


Instructions:
Cut chicken in cubes
Cook chicken on stove in frying pan in butter and minced garlic for a little flavor until all pink is gone
If chicken is frozen, you can still cook in pan frozen and as cooking, remove chicken and cut into smaller pieces
You can also use our [Crockport Chicken Method here](http://old.couponsforyourfamily.com/shredded-crockpot-chicken/)
Cut tomatoes, lettuce and serve with shredded cheese and numerous options of beans, corn, peppers or whatever your family likes
Wrap items in tortilla and microwave for 10 seconds and serve



The main cost of this meal is the chicken but the chicken goes a far way with all of the rest of the inexpensive ingredients that I have gotten close to free using sales and coupons. My ideal price for chicken is $1.49-$1.79lb and I load up my freezer when lower than $1.59lb. I can usually make these tacos for approximately $12 for 6 of us which is only $2 per person!

Check for coupons on tortillas, cheese, taco sauce, beans, sour cream and more in our coupon database here!

Easy Chicken Taco
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Chicken Tacos are an inexpensive quick way to feed your family! For those that do not like the shells, make into a Chicken Taco Salad!
Servings Prep Time
12 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Servings Prep Time
12 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
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Chicken Tacos are an inexpensive quick way to feed your family! For those that do not like the shells, make into a Chicken Taco Salad!
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12 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
Servings Prep Time
12 servings 10 minutes
Cook Time
30 minutes
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  1. Cut chicken in small cubes
  2. Cook chicken on stove in frying pan in butter ( or water for healthier option) and minced garlic for a little flavor until all pink is gone
  3. If chicken is frozen, you can still cook in pan frozen and as cooking, remove chicken and cut into smaller pieces. Add back to skillet to complete cooking
  4. You can also use our [Crockport Chicken Method here](http://www.couponsforyourfamily.com/shredded-crockpot-chicken/)
  5. Cut tomatoes, lettuce and serve with shredded cheese and numerous options of beans, corn, peppers or whatever your family likes
  6. Wrap desired items in tortilla and microwave for 10 seconds and serve
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Easy Stuffed Peppers Recipe Cooking / Recipes

Easy Stuffed Peppers Recipe

I love this Easy Stuffed Peppers Recipe is just like my grandma used to make!!

This Stuffed Peppers recipe is easy and I usually have most ingredients on hand other than the fresh bell peppers! 90% can be made ahead of time and then just heated in the oven when you come home from work or even put into the crock pot on low!

Easy Stuffed Bell Pepper
Easy Stuffed Peppers Recipe
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I love this Easy Stuffed Pepper Recipe just like my granmda used to make!! This stuffed bell pepper recipe is easy and I usually have most ingredients on hand other than the fresh peppers! 90% can be made ahead of time and then just heated in the oven when you come home from work or even put into the crock pot on low! Fresh produce nd made from scratch at a low cost!
Servings Prep Time
6 people 1 hour
Cook Time
1 hour
Servings Prep Time
6 people 1 hour
Cook Time
1 hour
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I love this Easy Stuffed Pepper Recipe just like my granmda used to make!! This stuffed bell pepper recipe is easy and I usually have most ingredients on hand other than the fresh peppers! 90% can be made ahead of time and then just heated in the oven when you come home from work or even put into the crock pot on low! Fresh produce nd made from scratch at a low cost!
Servings Prep Time
6 people 1 hour
Cook Time
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Servings Prep Time
6 people 1 hour
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1 hour
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  1. Cook ground beef in fryng pan with diced onion, drain fat
    stuffed pepper filling 1
  2. Add tomatoes
    stuffed pepper fill 2
  3. Cut tops off green peppers
  4. Dice the pepper tops and put them in to the frying pan with beef. Stir in rice and rest of dry ingredients, seasonings and cook until peppers soften
  5. Boil peppers in pot of water on stove, turning often. Cook until softened. Approx 10-15 minutes
    stuffed pepper
  6. Spread couple spoonfuls of red sauce on bottom of corningware dish, add peppers. Fill with beef mixture
    stuffed pepper packing
  7. Spoon red suace on top of each of the peppers, then sprinkle shredded cheese and parmesan cheese on the top.
  8. Bake until cheese is melted and ground beef is heated through. If you are making all at the same time should only take 15-20 minutes. If made the night before and refirgerated, cook for approximately an hour to make sure heated through.
    stuffed pepper out of oven
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I actually double this recipe and make with 4-5lb packages of ground beef when on sale in a Ground Beef Meal Deal at Tops Markets. Depending on the size of the beef package, you can get up to 14 peppers and then freeze half for another dinner!!

To serve this dinner to a family that does not all like peppers, the filling makes for great tacos/burritos!! I always try to keep some on the side for my more picky eaters!!!

Cooking Accessories

My Corningware size dish I have had forever fits seven of these large peppers perfectly. My dish also has a glass lid to make heating through quicker. You can find this 4L Corningware dish here. I have had mine for over 20 years and well worth the money!!!

4L corningware dish


Pressure Cooker Baby Back Ribs Cooking / Recipes

Pressure Cooker Baby Back Ribs

Quick & Easy Pressure Cooker Baby Back Ribs Recipe!!

Recently I bought one of those “new fangled” pressure cookers.  I wasn’t sure exactly what I was getting myself into but must say…..I LOVE IT. I have made macaroni & cheese, cooked chicken in 10 minutes, these fabulous fall off the bone ribs and numerous other items. The food is fabulous each and every time.

This is a very easy and fast recipe for Baby Back Ribs that is delicious every time you make it in the pressure cooker. It is great with original BBQ sauce, but if you prefer some different flavor, then try different types of BBQ sauce until you find what suits you and your family.  Enjoy!!

Pressure Cooker Baby Back Ribs
Pressure Cooker Baby Back Ribs
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These fall off the bone, mouthwatering baby back ribs come out perfect everytime. Fast, easy and super delicious recipe.
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These fall off the bone, mouthwatering baby back ribs come out perfect everytime. Fast, easy and super delicious recipe.
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  1. Remove membrane from back of rack of ribs and cut in half to fit better in pressure cooker pot.
  2. Pour apple juice and apple cider into pressure cooker pot.
  3. Place ribs in pressure cooker pot thick side down.
  4. Seal the pressure cooker and place release valve in seal position.
  5. Set cooker on meat/stew setting and set timer for 30 minutes.
  6. At end of cook time, leave on warm for 5 - 10 minutes.
  7. Then release the steam placing the valve in the release position. (Do not open cooker until all the steam has been released.)
  8. Remove ribs from pressure cooker and place on baking sheet.
  9. Cover with desired amount of BBQ sauce.
  10. Bake in 400 degree oven for 10 minutes.
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If you are interested in a Pressure cooker, this is the exact one that was used for this recipe!!


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Pork Coupons

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No Bake Peanut Butter Bars with Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cooking / Recipes / Topics

 

Peanut Butter Bars

Photo  Credit: Kellogg’s Family Rewards

Easy recipes are a must at my house with my crazy work schedule and these No Bake Peanut Butter bars are easy and inexpensive to make when you use Kellogg’s coupons to buy the Frosted Flakes to make them!
They never last more than an evening at my house!

You can even make this into a No Bake Peanut Butter Cookie recipe by just dropping them onto a cookie sheet. Make sure to try them!

Ingredients fo No Bake Peanut Butter Bars:

4 cups Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes® cereal
3/4 cup dried tart cherries
3/4 cup chopped dried bananas
1/4 cup dry roasted sunflower seeds
3/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
1/2 cup light corn syrup
1/3 cup creamy peanut butter
1 tablespoon butter or margarine
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Optional- substitute dried bananas with chopped dried apricots or peaches

Instructions for No Bake Peanut Butter Bars:

1. In large bowl toss together KELLOGG’S FROSTED FLAKES cereal, bananas, cherries and sunflower seeds.

2. In small saucepan combine brown sugar, corn syrup, peanut butter and butter. Cook and stir over medium-high heat until boiling over entire surface. Boil for 1 minute. Drizzle over cereal mixture. Gently stir until coated.

3. Firmly press into 12 x 8 x 2-inch baking dish lined with foil and coated with cooking spray. Cool completely. Use foil to lift cereal mixture out of dish. Cut into 2-inch squares.

You can save or print this tasty No Bake Peanut Butter Bar Recipe below

 

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Easy Crockpot Queso Dip with Ground Turkey Cooking / Recipes / Topics

EASY Crockpot Queso Dip with Ground Turkey

Easy Crockpot Queso Dip is a great appetizer for parties!

My family loves this easy crockpot queso dip recipe! I make it for all family parties and it stays right in the crockpot for a quick snack throughout the party. There are many options you can add to this Queso Dip Recipe to personalize it to your families taste.

Make sure to check out the newest versions of crockpots here to make recipes like these.

I hope you enjoy this dip as much as we do 🙂

Queso Dip Recipe

Queso Dip Recipe

 

Queso Dip Recipe

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Easy Shredded Chicken Tacos Cooking / Living On Less / Recipes

 

easy shredded chicken tacos

Shredded Chicken Tacos are my favorite choice of a quick healthy recipe and inexpensive meal to serve to my family!

 

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You can compare prices between stores and even add to your grocery list by checking off the item!!

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Five Menu Planning Basics Every Family Should Follow Cooking / Free Downloads / Free Printables for Home / Get Organized / Get Organized / Recipes / Resources / Topics / Weekly Meal Planning

 5 menu planning basics

Five Menu Planning Basics Every Family Should Follow

When it comes to menu planning, understanding the basics can take you a very long way. Lots of families skip out on menu planning because of…well…the planning. They get a picture in their minds of a complicated process that is far from what menu planning is all about. At it’s core, menu planning is simply about organizing and saving. Every family can use more of both of these things, right?

Here are five menu planning basics that we all can stick to and benefit from immediately:

1)Commit to the change – If you are going to meal plan, it will take a buy in from not only you but your family as well. Embrace the idea as a whole and commit to the task. Meal planning will be a huge boon to you for saving money, eliminating waste and spending more time around the dinner table together. It is an investment in energy and time well spent. Commit to the change and you will have the biggest obstacles out of the way.

2) Let your meal plan reflect your entire family – Sit down together and figure out what everyone really likes. Meal planning should not be about eating things you hate. In fact, the opposite is true. Because you are planning it out and putting meals together that make sense with what you have, you can make what you truly enjoy. Get feedback from everyone and make sure that you pick meals that reflect that feedback fairly.
– You can use our menu planner at the bottom of the post or you can get this great tablet of Weekly Menu Planners that has a magnet to stick right n the side of the refrigerator!

Menu Planning Pad

3) Use the leftovers for lunch and breakfast – The best way to eliminate waste is to eat the leftovers within a day or two. Use them up for breakfast or lunch the day after for the best results. Investing in some good Tupperware and storage materials can save you all kinds of money over time.

4) Always maximize your current ingredients – When you sit down to meal plan for the week or month, begin with what you already have in the fridge and pantry. If you have chicken, then make a few dishes that can take advantage of that. Eventually you will narrow your food waste down to virtually zero. Why spend money for new ingredients until you use up the ones you already have?

5) When you slip, get back on the menu planning train as quick as you can – I say when because you will absolutely slip. Habits are not easily formed and mistakes will happen. You will be too tired to do it one week or something will get in the way. When this happens, simply jump right back into it when you can. Over time, menu planning will become your new normal in the kitchen and you won’t have to even really think about it.

These basics of menu planning are all easy to follow and can get you off and running in the right direction. If you truly are willing to invest a bit of time, you can save a ton of money and enjoy more family time as well. Get started on your menu planning basics today! You can get going right now with us!

Here is our Menu Planning Template you can download here and update on your computer or print it off and write your Menu Plan!

Coupons For Your Family Menu Planner & Grocery List

CouponsForYourFamily Menu Planner & Grocery List

Menu planning can save you money!

 


Easy Baked Mac and Cheese Recipe Cooking / Living On Less / Recipes / Resources / Topics

Baked Mac and Cheese

Check out this Easy Baked Mac and Cheese Recipe!!

This is a very easy and basic recipe for Baked Mac and Cheese that almost all kids will like as it does NOT have a lot of unfamiliar flavors. It is great like it is but if you prefer some extra flavor as I do, then add different types of cheeses, add more grated cheese to the sauce, along with onion and garlic powder. I have even added a splash of hot sauce! Crushed Croutons as a topping also gives quite a bit of flavor depending on which type you have on hand!
Enjoy!!

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My Weekly Meal Plan and Grocery List May 17-25 for net cost of $59.04!! Living On Less / Recipes / Weekly Meal Planning

Meal Plan and Grocery List

Check out my weekly Meal Plan and Grocery List May 17

Sorry I am a late this week in getting this posted, but I am trying to get my recipes posted on the site for easy reference and that still hasn’t happened!! I will get them uploaded as soon as I can! I did add pictures below though 🙂

This week I will shop 2 stores (Tops and Aldi) but I do not need too many things— both of my freezers are full!!

 

So with all of that, here is my weekly Meal Plan:

 

Meal Plan
You can print a version of this here–>  May 17 cfyf meal plan

Get a blank copy to make your own meal plan here–>   CouponsForYourFamily Blank Meal Planner

Here are some pics until I get the recipes on the site 🙂

Newmans Italian Sausage Sauce

Newmans Italian Sausage Sauce that I stocked up on with 20 jars a few weeks ago. I just added the left over Sausage. Peppers and Onions from Sundays Dinner with Rigatoni I have stocked in the pantry.

 

Pork Chops, Zucchini

BBQ Pork Chops from when Pork Loins were $1.99 I had in my freezer, along with Fresh Squash and Zucchini with Garlic and Italian Bread

Doritos Taco Salad

Dorito Taco Salad with Ground Beef had in my freezer from when $1.99 lb, Taco seasoning in pantry and fresh veggies and the Doritos from last weeks Tops Sale!

homemade sandwiches

Homemade Sub Sandwiches with Sara Lee Honey Turkey and Sahlens ham, Hellman’s Mayo on sale at Tops this week, along with Margherita Salami from freezer that I only buy when B1G1!. These subs we make have to be on Tops French Bread (its the best!) and toasted in the oven. They are sooo good and super easy to make!

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Photo Credit- Kraft Recipes

Italian Pasta Salad– I use whatever pasta I have or the Pasta from Suddenly Salad (without the flavoring) and then add veggies on hand, cheese, pepperoni and italian dressing. Kraft dressing on Stock up sale prices at Tops this week after Gas Points!

 

 

brownie sundae

Brownie Sundaes with Betty Crocker brownie mix from pantry that I got for free-$.25 at Tops along with ice cream

Here is a checklist of the items on sale for my weekly meal plan:

Total Cost for these items should net to be $59.04, which is figuring 12 boxes of cereal, 6 bottles of dressing, and everything else below plus I included the Zatarain Rice because it is a perfect quick side dish and free this week (price is still $1/1 in store)!

If you are following our Coupon Matchups and stocking up on items when they are on a deal, this is easy to accomplish every week. However, that does not include beverages, spices, butter, etc. So that is why I allow our budget to be around $125 week but that includes all beverages, snacks, household items such as laundry and personal care items and I have a large family!

Tops Friendly Markets (05/17-05/23)

Sahlen’s Tender Casing Hot Dogs, 3 lb
$7.99

Margherita Sliced Pepperoni, 4 – 5 oz
$2.50Includes: Regular, Reduced Fat or Turkey

Italian Sausage, 3 – 4 lb
$2.88Includes: Links or Patties

Final Price: $0.50

Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad, 7.25 – 7.75 oz
$1.00Excludes: Value Size

Corn, Sweet, ea
$0.33
Program #1 – Earn an extra 200 GasPoints ($0.20/gallon) for every 6 participating items

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.25
Final Price: $0.25
Buy 6, 3 are free: use (3) $1/2 coupons: after $6 Gas Point Savings

Kraft Salad Dressing, 16 oz
$3.49B1G1
Includes: Selected Varieties
$1.25Buy 6, 3 are free: use (3) $1/2 coupons: after $6 Gas Point Savings
Program #2 – Earn an extra 200 GasPoints ($0.20/gallon) for every 6 participating items

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.00
Final Price: Free
Buy 6: use (4) $0.50/1 and (2) $1/1 coupons: after $6 Gas Point Savings

Kellogg’s Apple Jacks Cereal, 8.7 oz
$2.00$1.00Buy 6: use (4) $0.50/1 and (2) $1/1 coupons: after $6 Gas Point Savings

– $1.00/1 Kellogg’s Cereal or, 8.7 oz or Larger; Redeem For 850 Points – KelloggsFamilyRewards.com
– $1.00/3 Kellogg’s Cereals – 4-12-15 RP; Includes 8.7 oz or Larger (exp. 05/24/15)

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.50
Final Price: $0.50
Buy 6: use (3) $1/1 and (1) $1/3 coupon: after $6 Gas Point savings

Kellogg’s Cocoa Rice Krispies Cereal, 11.3 oz
$2.00$1.50Buy 6: use (3) $1/1 and (1) $1/3 coupon: after $6 Gas Point savings

Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.50
Final Price: $0.50
Buy (6): use (3) $1/2 coupons: after $6 Gas Point Savings

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal, 10.5 oz
$2.00$1.50Buy (6): use (3) $1/2 coupons: after $6 Gas Point Savings

Final Price: $5.99

Sara Lee Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, per lb
$6.99Includes: Honey or Cracked Pepper

Sahlen’s Smokehouse Ham, per lb
$6.99Includes: Honey Ham
Aldi – Western New York (5/17 – 5/24)

Watermelon, Seedless, ea
$3.89

Strawberries, 16 oz
$1.89
Tops Friendly Markets (05/17-05/23)

– $0.50/2 Zatarain’s Rice or Pasta Dinner Mixes – 4-12-15 RP (exp. 05/23/15)
– $0.75/1 Zatarain’s Rice or Pasta Dinner Mixes – 4-12-15 RP (exp. 05/23/15)
– $1.00/3 Zatarain’s Rice or Pasta Dinner Mixes – 4-12-15 RP (exp. 05/23/15)

Final Price: Free

Zatarain’s Rice, 6.3 oz
$1.00Unadvertised Price
Select flavors

Squash, Zuccini, per lb
$1.49

Squash, Yellow, per lb
$1.49

Final Price: $2.30

Tomatoes, Grape, 10.5 oz or pint
$2.50
Aldi – Western New York (5/17 – 5/24)

Loven Fresh Hot Dog Rolls, 8 pack
$0.89

Lettuce, Iceberg, ea
$1.29

 

I hope this post helps you plan a weekly household budget and allows you to purchase the items you need and want!

Please share your meal plans, unadvertised deals and meal plans in the comments to help us all get better at this 🙂

 

Topic: My Weekly Meal Plan and Grocery List May 17


My Tops and Aldi Meal Plan plus Grocery List May 2: includes Breakdowns with Coupons & Cashback- $300 in groceries for net cost of $128!! Living On Less / Recipes / Weekly Meal Planning

Meal Plan and Grocery List

Check out this weeks Tops and Aldi Meal Plan plus Grocery List May 2

I have so many people ask me how I can have a household/grocery budget of $125-$150 for a family of 6, which includes 4 young men ages 17-20! For a long time I have wanted to do meal plans and recipes to show my readers how I manage it and I was always stalled because of the lack of time putting recipes on the site so I am just going to jump in and see how it goes!! I will add recipes as I can.

It is not easy for me to achieve this even with my coupon knowledge for a lot of reasons…

A few facts to help you understand as you read our menu plan and weekly buying list:

– we are a meat and potatoes dinner family with full breakfast on weekends, so we try to have less prepackaged foods
– we drink a lot of bottled water and pop/soda with my addiction to Diet Pepsi 🙂 and with 3 people taking lunches 5 days week
– everyone prefers fresh deli meat to prepackaged
– we prefer to have fresh fruit on hand
– we do have Venison meat in the freezer from them hunting so that helps cut down beef costs
– I buy chicken 40-80lbs at a time for $1.69 at a local butcher- Hoelscher Meats
– we are a family of 6 but when girlfriends/friends are over, sometimes can be feeding 10
– I do at least 2 loads of laundry per day
– with sports and work, some shower twice a day
– I work full time plus run the site so numerous trips to different stores per week are difficult
– I do have 2 freezers full of food and fill in each week with different stock up items
– if I make smaller meals or meals without meat, we spend more on processed food as the kids eat more between meals
– all of us in the house are also brand specific on certain items
– I work full time so I need to plan around my work schedule

YES — I could buy different items and drive myself crazy to bring that budget down to under $100 but for me I am happy with being able to buy the items my family likes and having more than enough food for when I have 15 people for dinner 🙂

Some weeks I do not need to spend more than $50 as my freezer gets overloaded!

So with all of that, here is my weekly Meal Plan:

You can print a version of this here–> May 3 cfyf meal plan

I can’t fit the full spreadsheet in this post, so to see the full spreadsheet with all breakdowns  complete with printable links, head over to the Weekly Meal Plan & Grocery List Page here

Below is a preview of what the list looks like:

Weekly Meal Plan and Grocery List Breakdown

97 Items
Sale Price Total $290.22
BIGI Savings $53.29
Coupon Savings 83.56
Pay at Register $154.37
Cash Back Total $5.80
OYNO Coupon Savings $20
Net Cost $128.57

Average of $1.33 per item!!!

or you can view it in your browser here–>7 Day Meal Plan & Grocery List May 3- 9: 7 Items with a Net Cost $128 

I hope this post helps you plan a weekly household budget and allows you to purchase the items you need and want!

Please share your meal plans, unadvertised deals and meal plans in the comments to help us all get better at this 🙂

 

Topic: Meal Plan plus Grocery List May 2



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