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- July 8, 2018 at 8:17 pm #387493mos
For anyone wondering why my grocery bill is so low… I’ve been making big batch meals (some call it OAMC), portioning up into containers and freezing. Each weekend I make a new breakfast, lunch, and dinner meal.
Most of my fruits and veggies are free or very cheap at the Farmer’s Market. Today, I made coconut granola (spent $.89 on dried cranberries as everything else was in the cupboard). I spent a whole dollar on watermelon for snacksIn addition, it cost me $2 to get the ingredients for the chicken/cheese wrap (had enough grilled chicken breast in the freezer to make two wraps). Finally, it cost all of $2.97 to make stuffed shells and garlic bread since I had all the ingredients on hand to make the sauce and bread…only had to buy two boxes of shells and a container of ricotta! Hmmm…looks like I’m on an Italian kick!
Sunday – honey-wheat bagel with cream cheese
Monday – cranberry/pistachio biscotti with coffee
Tuesday – double-chocolate muffin
Wednesday – French toast and syrup
Thursday – granola
Friday – pancakes and syrup
Saturday – honey-wheat bagel with cream cheese
Total – $.89
Triscuits and pepper-jack cheese
Total — $1Lunch:
Sunday – chicken and Colby cheese wrap
Monday – fudge bar
Tuesday – strawberry-yogurt bar
Wednesday – fudge bar
Thursday – avocado, chickpea, and tuna salad over greens
Friday – chicken and Colby cheese wrap
Saturday – fudge bar
Total — $2
Sunday – chicken parmesan, spaghetti, and California blend veggies…$0
Monday – spinach lasagna…$0
Tuesday – three-cheese ravioli with green peas…$0
Wednesday – stuffed shells with garlic bread and salad…$2.97
Thursday – Sunday’s leftovers…$0
Friday – Monday’s leftovers…$0
Saturday – Tuesday’s leftovers…$0
Total — $2.97
Total for the week — $6.86
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