Weekly meal plan

Time for a weekly meal plan, We’re still doing good with our grocery budget. Although  I am definitely trying to get better with couponing, making the lists, checking the ads and saving as much as I can.  Still getting better with that.

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Last week I did the meal plan and it was a hit, I do not think I will be doing breakfast and lunch again as it makes it a bit too long.  I will only be doing dinners from now on and I will be adding in some of my favorite desserts I love to cook also.  Let’s get started!

  • MondayChili ( I make it in the crockpot)  the cost breaks down for a whopping $12 dollars total for my whole family.  I also do make spaghetti noodles on the side to put the chili on.
  • TuesdayBroccoli and Cheddar soup (also done in the crockpot) We put crackers or sourdough bread boules.  Cost of entire meal = $14
  • WednesdayChicken pot pie (baked and delicious) We really love this meal and the cost is hard to beat.  $10 for a whole pie.
  • ThursdayChicken noodle soup (Yes, crockpot again) It’s delicious and hot and ready by dinner time.  Cost of this beautiful soup is $12 for us.
  • FridayMeatloaf dinner (Mashed potatoes, and corn on the side) We really do love this meal.  The cost of this meal is $11
  • SaturdayMagloubeh (mediterranean dish)  It is loved by all of us, My husband is from Jordan so we incorporate mediterranean in our recipes at least once a week and sometimes 3 times a week.  Cost of meal = $16
  • Sunday – Pancakes, eggs and turkey bacon (more so a lunch/dinner for breakfast?)  I don’t have a recipe for this, I’m pretty sure we all know how to make this one.  Cost of this meal is $8.  We all love this meal on a Sunday, it’s nice to relax and have a big breakfast/dinner.

This sums up our week to come.  Weekly total of $83 for dinners.

What’s on your menu this week?  Have any recipes to share? (Please leave one!)

3 thoughts on “Weekly meal plan

  1. Our family of six stays within a $700 per month food budget. For dinners, thinks like spaghetti, chili, roast and lots of chicken help us stay there. Once a week we get a rotisserie chicken already cooked for $6 and add bread, potatoes and some green. It helps that I work for a food bank, as an employee we usually get a box of dry food once a month and as much bottled water as we need.

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