We’re continuing to eat out of our freezer this week, thanks to my 3-day cooking session last month! My shopping trips are being spent on the things we need for the week, as well as continuing to stock our freezer, as you’ll see with the hot dogs and sausages bought this week. I’m also planning another (smaller) freezer cooking session for the end of this month, and to help with costs, I’m buying a few things early, like the 6 rolls of ground turkey. Look forward to a post at the beginning of April!
I’m also trying something new with my coffee. In my fitness journey, I’m trying to cut back on a lot of added sugar, and each tablespoon of my favorite flavored creamer has 6 grams of sugar! You’ll see below that I bought plain half and half, and stevia to sweeten it. So far it’s not too bad, but I’ll probably keep buying the flavored kind for John because he prefers that. =) With all that being said, let’s get to my shopping trip!
String cheese: $8.48
Dishwasher tabs: $9.98
Total: FREE, thanks to a gift card from Swagbucks!
Triscuits: $1.77 with Mega Sale
3 boxes Oral B floss: $1.50 each with Mega Sale
- Used 2 $.75/1 printable coupons plus a $.50/1 Kroger digital coupon
- Final Cost: $.75 each for 2, $1.00 for 1
Magic Eraser: $1.99 with Mega Sale
- Used $.50/1 coupon
- Final Cost: $1.49
Marie Callenders fruit pie: Free with Free Friday Download
6 cans tuna: $.49 each
6 rolls ground turkey: $1.79 each
3 boxes Crystal Light: $.99 each with Buy 5, Save $5
Maxwell House coffee: $1.99 with Buy 5, Save $5
- Used $1/1 coupon from newspaper
- Final Cost: $.99
Frozen corn: $1.50
2 Nathan’s franks: $2.49 each with Buy 5, Save $5
- Used 2 $1/1 coupons found on the packages
- Final Cost: $1.49 each
2 packages spicy chicken sausage: $1.99 each, on clearance
Baby carrots: $.99
Almond milk: $2.29
Half and half: $1.89
Weekly Total: $62.95. Not pictured were Easter eggs and candy purchased to donate to church, taken out of the grocery budget.
Lunch is always leftovers. Items marked with an asterisk (*) were purchased in previous weeks.
Sides: Roasted broccoli, baby carrots, apples, fries*, quinoa*, corn, cornbread*, sweet potatoes*
Smoothie (almond milk, peanut butter*, protein powder*, oats*, spinach)
Allison’s Breakfast and Lunch
Breakfast: Banana muffins*, scrambled eggs*
Lunch: Peanut butter and jelly crackers*, string cheese*, banana
What’s for dinner this week? Share with us in the comments!
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