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    Thumbs up Recipes to feed 4 for 20

    This is pulled off the publix website. This is what they say and If its true with shopping at publix then if you only pick up the cheaper things there and go to wal mart or something it will be even cheaper.

    "Cutting costs is simple at Publix. Especially now that we’ve lowered the prices on several essential products, including assorted varieties of Publix Milk, Campbell’s 4 Pack Chicken Noodle and Tomato Soup, Cheerios, Publix 24 Pack Water, Publix White Bread, Publix Chicken Leg Quarters and 16 oz bags of Publix Classic Salad. We’re always looking for ways to make life a little easier.

    Bring your family together for a meal that costs $15 or less. Check out our new budget friendly Meal Deals."

    "Meatball Sandwiches
    1 (32-oz) bag Publix Tater Bites
    1 (16-oz) bag frozen Armour Italian (or Original) Meatballs
    1 (26-oz) jar Publix Pasta Sauce
    1 (4-oz) bag Publix Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
    4 Publix Bakery Hoagie Rolls
    1 (16-oz) pkg Publix Iced Oatmeal Cookies
    Prep and Cook: 25 minutes (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Preheat oven for tater bites; begin to bake following
    package instructions.
    2. Heat meatballs on stovetop in large sauté pan following package
    instructions. (May also be thawed or partially heated in microwave
    to save time.) Once meatballs are hot, stir in pasta sauce. Cover
    and cook 5–10 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until sauce is
    hot and flavors are blended.
    3. Sprinkle cheese over inside of sandwich rolls. Spoon meatballs and
    sauce on top of cheese. Serve with tater bites. Add oatmeal cookies
    for dessert.

    Beef Stir-Fry and Rice
    1 lb Publix Beef Flank Steak
    3/4 cup Publix Premium Roasted
    Asian Sesame Salad Dressing, divided
    2 cups Publix Instant White Rice
    1 (16-oz) bag frozen Publix Japanese
    Blend Vegetables (broccoli, green
    beans, red peppers, mushrooms)
    2 tablespoons Kikkoman Soy Sauce
    Prep and Cook: 25 minutes
    (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Cut steak into 3-inch sections and then
    cut across the grain into 1/4-inch-thick slices.
    Place steak in large zip-top bag with 1/2 cup of the
    dressing. Seal bag tightly and let stand 10 minutes to marinate.
    Meanwhile, cook rice following package instructions. (Use 1/4 cup
    less water for improved results.)
    2. Preheat large sauté pan (or wok) on high 2–3 minutes. Add meat;
    cook 3 minutes, turning to brown as needed.
    3. Add vegetables; cook and stir 4 more minutes or until vegetables
    begin to soften. Stir in soy sauce and remaining 1/4 cup dressing.
    Serve over rice.

    Corn Flake Pork Chop Dinner
    1 (4.4-oz) packet Publix Fettuccini Pasta
    with Butter and Herb Sauce
    1 (16-oz) bag frozen Publix Green Peas
    1 large egg, beaten
    (or 1/4 cup egg substitute)
    2 cups Publix Corn Flakes Cereal
    4 Publix Pork Chops (1 1/4 lb)
    1/2 teaspoon Amazing Taste/Pork
    Seasoning (or seasoned salt)
    4 tablespoons Kerrygold Herb Garlic
    (or regular) Butter
    Prep and Cook: 30 minutes (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Begin to prepare pasta side dish following stovetop package
    instructions. Prepare green peas following microwave (or stovetop)
    package instructions.
    2. Begin pork chops by placing egg in shallow bowl. Crush corn flakes
    cereal with fingertips and place in second shallow bowl. Sprinkle pork
    chops with seasoning. (Continue pasta side dish and peas as needed.)
    3. Preheat large sauté pan on medium 2–3 minutes. Dip pork chops in
    egg (allowing excess to drip off) then dip both sides into crumb mixture;
    press with fingertips to evenly coat (wash hands). Place butter in pan;
    swirl to coat. Add pork chops (wash hands); cook 4–7 minutes on each
    side or until internal temperature reaches 160°F (for medium). Use a
    meat thermometer to accurately ensure doneness. Serve.

    Skillet Meal
    1 (8-oz) loaf Cole’s Mini Garlic Bread
    2 (21-oz) Birds Eye Voila! Skillet Meals
    1 (16-oz) tray Publix Snicker Doodle Cookie Dough
    Prep and Cook: 25 minutes (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Preheat oven for garlic bread; begin to bake following
    package instructions.
    2. Prepare skillet meal on stovetop or in microwave following package
    instructions. While skillet meal cooks, prepare cookies for baking by
    placing on baking sheet.
    3. When garlic bread is heated, adjust oven temperature, if needed, and
    bake cookies. Enjoy skillet meal and garlic bread, then serve cookies
    while still warm from oven.

    Deli Chicken Tender Salad
    1 (12-oz) bag Publix American Salad Blend
    (iceberg/romaine lettuce, carrots, radishes, red cabbage)
    2 plum tomatoes (rinsed)
    1 (4-oz) bag Publix Shredded Jack/Cheddar Cheese
    3/4 lb Publix Deli Chicken Tenders (chilled or hot)
    1/2 cup Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing
    Prep: 10 minutes (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Place salad blend in salad bowl. Chop tomatoes.
    2. Add tomatoes and cheese to salad. Cut chicken tenders into
    bite-size pieces.
    3. Add chicken and dressing to salad; toss and serve.
    Cheese Tortellini Alfredo
    1 (19-oz) bag frozen Publix Cheese Tortellini
    1 (16-oz) bag Publix Classic Salad Blend
    (iceberg lettuce, carrots, red cabbage)
    1 (8-oz) Publix Bakery Crusty White Baguette
    1 (15-oz) jar Bertolli Creamy Alfredo Sauce
    1/2 cup Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing
    1 (23-oz) jar Mott Chunky Homestyle Applesauce
    Prep and Cook: 20 minutes (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Prepare tortellini in large saucepan following package instructions.
    2. Place salad blend in salad bowl. Slice bread and set aside. (Bonus idea:
    Coat bread with garlic butter and broil just until lightly browned.)
    3. Drain tortellini and return to same pan. Stir in Alfredo sauce; cook
    5–7 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until sauce is thoroughly heated. Add
    dressing to salad blend; toss until evenly coated. Serve pasta with bread.
    Enjoy applesauce for dessert.

    Super Duper
    Cheeseburger Meal

    1 lb Publix Chuck Ground Beef
    1 cup frozen Publix Chopped Onions

    1 (8-oz) jar Kraft Plain Cheez Whiz
    4 Publix Hamburger Buns
    1 (12-oz) bag Eat Smart Vegetable
    Medley (carrots, broccoli, cauliflower)
    1/2 cup Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing
    Prep and Cook: 15 minutes (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Preheat large sauté pan on medium-high 2–3 minutes. Place ground
    beef and onions in pan (wash hands).
    2. Season with salt and pepper, if desired. Cook 5–7 minutes, stirring to
    crumble meat, or until beef is brown and no pink remains.
    3. Drain ground beef and return to pan. Stir in cheese sauce; cook
    2–3 minutes, stirring occasionally, or until thoroughly heated. Spoon
    meat mixture into buns. Serve with vegetables and ranch dressing
    for dipping sauce.


    Chicken Parmigiana Quesadillas

    1 (10-oz) box frozen Tyson Breaded
    Chicken Tenders (or Strips)
    1 (5.4-oz) pouch Knorr Fiesta Sides Taco
    (or Mexican) Rice Mix
    8 Azteca Large Flour Tortillas
    1 cup Publix Shredded Mozzarella Cheese,
    divided
    1 1/2 cups Barilla Green and Black Olive
    Tomato Pasta Sauce, divided
    1 (16-oz) can Taco Bell Refried Beans
    4 (3.5-oz) Hunt’s Chocolate Mud Pie Pudding Snacks
    Prep and Cook: 30 minutes (Makes 4 servings.)
    1. Preheat two-sided tabletop grill. Prepare rice following package
    instructions. (For more flavor, replace 1 cup of the water with 1 cup
    of pasta sauce.) Heat chicken in microwave on HIGH 3–5 minutes
    or until hot; cut into bite-size pieces.
    2. Arrange 4 of the tortillas on counter. Sprinkle one-half of the cheese
    over the tortillas, then top evenly with chicken, pasta sauce,
    remaining one-half of the cheese, and cover with remaining
    4 tortillas.
    3. Grill each quesadilla 4–5 minutes or until golden. (Note: Or cook
    in large sauté pan preheated on medium; double cook time, turn
    once.) Meanwhile, heat beans following can instructions. (Continue
    rice, as needed.) Cut quesadillas into wedges and serve with rice
    and beans.


    Use what you’ve got Go through your fridge every week to see what’s approaching its expiration date. Freeze what you can’t use soon. Pick Publix brand. Every time you select Publix brand items, you’re getting the quality of the national brand (or better), but paying less (ab2401 says "yeah right"). Go slow and easy With a crock pot, it’s a cinch to come home to an aromatic, ready-to-eat home-cooked dinner. No need to resort to a pricy restaurant meal. Dish out the savings Wait to run your dishwasher until
    it’s full. By scraping dishes well and using the shortest possible cycle, you
    can save both energy and water. Try skipping the dry cycle and just open
    the door for evaporation. Collect those coupons They’re not only in the Sunday paper, but on cereal boxes and other packaged products. Keep a lookout, and your scissors ready. Cool it—for less If your fridge is over 18 years old, a new one will save you at least 35% in energy. And if you get an ENERGY STAR model, you’ll save at least 45%"

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