I am super pumped about the cool things I scored this week!
I visited our local grocery outlet to pick up some pork chops I had ordered. We typically shop there on Tuesdays; partially because that’s when they get new stock, and partially because it’s just the best day.
But then I found a bunch of their new items, and kept buying… and buying… until suddenly I was at the register spending just under $30.00. I really don’t know what happened, I swear!
Then we got home and tried putting everything in the freezer… and that’s when I realized I had a problem. A hoarding problem. So with Wednesday being a day off for Allison, I decided to tackle the freezers and take inventory.
Luckily it didn’t take too long, but look at this list. I had 16 bags of frozen veggies that I just kept loading up on when they were on sale.
Then I found a package of pumpkin ravioli that I got marked down like… last year. So I’m using it this week, finally!
By the way, I’ve been doing a lot on Instagram lately- especially my Stories. Just about every night I’ve been showing what I’m making for dinner, so you can actually see what all of this looks like. Make sure you follow me and check my stories daily, because I usually don’t post my meal pictures here!
Mr. Mac’s Grocery Outlet
10-pound box of Hormel pork chops: $10.00- Super excited about this!
2 four-packs Siggi’s yogurt: $2.25 each
2 cans soda: $.50 each
Tabasco chili starter: $2.00- Will use this next week!
Amazing Grains mug muffin: $1.25
2 packages Aidell’s chicken burgers: $1.75 each. These are $5.00 each at Meijer!!!
4 bags Eggo mini french toast bites: $.50 each
Stacy’s pita chips: $1.00
Frozen veggie pot stickers: $2.00
Earth Fare broccoli tots: $1.50
Shredded lettuce: $1.49
All-purpose flour: $1.15
Cheese crackers: $1.49
Honeycrisp apples, 2-pound bag: $1.99
Tub of vanilla Greek yogurt: $3.49
Deli ham: $1.99
Baby carrots: $.95
Trail mix bars: $1.35
Ground sausage: $2.29
Cottage cheese: $1.59
4 cups Pumpkin Greek yogurt: $.79 each
String cheese: $2.79
Pumpkin cream cheese: $1.49 (YESSS!)
12 cups regular yogurt: $.32 each
Peanut butter sandwich crackers: $2.29
Block of cheddar: $1.69
Rice cakes: $1.69
2 bunches cauliflower: $1.99 each
Dijon mustard: $.85
2 boxes strawberries: $1.65 each
Bananas, 3.05 pounds: $1.31
Shampoo for Allison: $1.79
Peanut butter: $2.39
Gum: $2.69, used a $.45/1 coupon from the mail
Coffee Mate creamer: $2.50, used a $.50/1 coupon from the mail
Total: $6.52 after using a $2.00 reward I got last week!
Weekly Total: $86.90. I had an overage from last week, and I took out $5.00 for a Sam’s Club run. (We bought dish tabs and gallon freezer bags this weekend with that money)
Lunch is always leftovers. Items marked with an asterisk (*) were purchased in previous weeks.
Marinated pork chops, frozen Birdseye Protein Blend*, roasted cauliflower
Small Group: Making 1-hour French Loaves
Salmon burgers* (In freezer, also using bread from freezer as buns), frozen broccoli, fruit
Chicken burritos (Chicken*, tortilla*, shredded cheese, shredded lettuce, black beans*)
Chicken sausages*, pumpkin ravioli* with a cream sauce, frozen veggies
PB&J, banana (Allison’s choice!)
Rice cakes with peanut butter/banana
Cauliflower/baby carrots with hummus and salsa*
What’s on your menu this week? Share below in the comments!
Jaime is a Nutrition Coach and professional writer. She enjoys cooking easy meals, running, and learning more about food.
Jaime specializes in helping women with ADHD learn to meal plan and cook healthier meals without getting overwhelmed.