Friday, January 30, 2015

Grocery List for Feb 1st - 7th

How did you shopping list go last week? Did you save any money?

If you are new here, I bet you are wondering why I am giving you a shopping list with no menu. I am trying to get you a week ahead.  Usually when you make your menu, you make a list of what you want then go buy it. Well, some of the items may not be on sale. My goal is to let you buy what's on sale this week, then I'll have a menu off of what you already have.  If you do it this way, you buy what's on sale (save money), then I'll have a menu to go with you sale items (saves time). Saving time, money, and stress is Resolution 3 & 10.

Here is a printable shopping list of everything you will need for my menu next week. Plus I left a few extra spaces to add your additional items for snacks/breakfast/lunches.

Remember, some of the stuff I am using I bought on sale previously. If you follow my shopping list, you'll have the stock and save money too!

*I have added a bonus.*
I made an excel sheet with a list of prices and a place where you can add your prices too. Then you can see how much your menu actually cost each week. At the end of the month, we will add it up and see how we are doing. I even added items I found on sale or at a cheaper price, since I went to Save-A-Lot and I rarely do. If you want to start fresh, start on Sunday when the month starts new. Then once or week, add what you bought in. At the end of the month, see how much you spent and saved. :)

Mind you this will feed a family of 5. Some of the things on my list you should have or you can substitute for. Like garlic cloves, just use powder. 

If it has a coupon, I have included source. Even if you don't have time to clip coupons, this will still save you money.

I already have these items from previous weeks:
  • Ribs
  • Baking Potatoes
  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • Kielbasa Sausage (or any link sausage)
  • Pork Chops
  • Chicken Thighs
  • Drumsticks
  • Green beans
  • Self Rising Flour
  • Tortellini
  • Canned Tomatoes

Below is a list of what is on sale and where, or if I have a coupon for it. Some of the items we do not need this week but let's get it while it's on sale.

  • Philadelphia Cream Cheese $1.50
  • Kraft Shredded Cheese $2.00 
  • Pork Spare Ribs $1.99lb
  • Boneless Pork Chops $3.99 lb
  • Fryer Drumsticks and Thighs $1.39 lb
  • Baking Potatoes 65¢ lb
  • Pillsbury Grand Biscuits $1.00 {30¢/2 SS 1/25/14}
  • Sargento String Cheese $3.99 {50¢ SS 1/04/14}

  • Wonder hamburger/hot dog buns  - 99¢   8 ct
    Mission Chips Brown Bag 99¢     13oz
    Country Boy Sausage  -$0.99 16oz
    Harvest Baking Potatoes   -99¢    4 ct
    Kool Aid Jammers    - 3.99  30 pack
    Figaro Liquid Smoke    - 89¢   4 oz
    Little Debbie Family Packs     - $1.25
    Family Boneless Ribeye  -$5.99lb
    Kraft Singles Twin Pack   -  $3.99
    Eckrick Lil' Smokies - $2.00           
    TGIF Appetizers       - $2.50           
    Fast Fixin' Chicken  -$2.50
    Hass Avocados   - 3/$1.00
    Baked Beans - $1.50
    Jalapenos           -79¢lb
    Celery                  -99¢lb
    Kraft Miracle Whip - $2.89 {SS 1/18 $0.50}
    Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls - $1.79 { SS 12/14 $.40/2}
    Digiorno Pizza - $3.99 {RP 1/25 $2/2}
    Rotel - 89¢        10oz  {SS 1/18 $.40/2}
    Velveeta - $5.79   32oz    {Care book $1/1}
    Hiland Block Cheese - $2.50 {SS12/7 $0.25}
    Ritz Crackers - $2.00 {SS1/18 $.75/2}
    Del Monte Vegetables - 59¢ {SS11/9 $.40/4}
    Hiland Sour Cream - $1.25 {SS1/25 $0.40}

I also have the Homeland Care Books with $5 off purchase of $50.

Hope this helps. If you have any questions, please let me know. I will post my menu tomorrow for next week so you can see what you are buying for. 

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