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Week 15 – $110 Weekly Meal Plan With Grocery List

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This week I took advantage of Sprout’s BOGO (buy one get one free) sale! These sales don’t come often and while I would love to stock up on all.the.things I have to make sure that these buy one get one’s don’t wreak havoc on my grocery budget or that I buy too much and don’t use it. So, I stuck to stocking up on cereal, crackers, frozen broccoli and pita bread.

This week’s total grocery haul totaled $110.05 which is actually under budget! My usual weekly budget is $125 for our family of 4.

I also was able to earn some money using my Ibotta App. I love it because I always find things that I am already buying and I don’t have to go to 10 different places to get savings for both stores.

Grocery List


5 lb potatoes – $2.49

Cantaloupe – $1.50

2 Cucumbers – $0.67

Grape Tomatoes – $1.50

2 Avocados – $1.76

2 lb Organic Gala Apples – $2.50

Pint Blueberries – $1.50

2 Bell Peppers – $1.96

Watermelon – $2.98

Chocolate Sandwich Cookies- $1.99

Annie’s Macaroni & Cheese – $1.99

2 Back to Nature Crackers – $3.99 (BOGO)

Honey Nut Cheerios/Raisin Bran – $3.99 (BOGO)

Ground Turkey – $3.99

Organic Chicken Breast – $9.30

Organic Chicken Breast – $8.60

Whole Fryer Chicken – $9.85

Whole Wheat Bread – $2.29

2 Whole Wheat Pita – $2.29 (BOGO)

2 Organic Frozen Broccoli – $3.29

Organic Multigrain Waffles – $2.79

Tax – 5.06

Total – $76.28


Organic Pizza – $3.99

Organic Chicken Broth – $1.89

Colby Jack – $1.99

2 x Deli Sliced – $1.99 x 2

Organic Hummus – $2.29

Espresso – $2.88

String Cheese – $2.79

Rice – $1.99

Organic Popcorn – $1.29

Organic Creamy Peanut Butter – $3.39

Bananas – $1.18

1 Gallon Milk – $3.16

Tax – $2.95

Total – $33.77

Weekly Total – $110.05

Meal Plan

This meal plan includes basic pantry staples and some items I already had in my freezer. Before I go food shopping, I always take a quick inventory of my pantry and freezer. When I do this, I’m less likely to buy items I already have or buy too much and let things go to waste. This week, I had meatballs in the freezer from the week before so I only had to buy for 4 dinners.


Instant Pot Rotisserie Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Broccoli

Turkey Chili with Rice

Grilled Chicken, Mashed Potatoes and Salad

Pizza/Grilled Cheese

Spaghetti and Meatballs


Crackers, ham and cheese

Peanut Butter and Honey sandwhiches

Ham and Cheese sandwiches



Scrambled Eggs





Apples with Peanut Butter

Hummus and Cucumbers

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