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Brigette’s $88 Grocery Shopping Trip and Weekly Menu Plan for 6


Aldi

1 gallon Whole Milk – $1.31

1/2 gallon 1% Milk – $0.78

1 32-oz carton Half and Half – $1.55

2 64-oz cartons Orange Juice – $3.38

1 pkg fresh Chicken Drumsticks (@ $0.69/lb) – $3.23

1 2.33lb pkg 85/15 fresh Ground Beef – $5.67

1 3-lb bag frozen Boneless Chicken Breasts – $5.39

1 16-oz bag Wild Caught Salmon – $3.99

2 cans Chicken Breast – $3.10

1 pkg Pepperoni – $1.95

4 dozen Eggs – $2.28

1 bag frozen Brussel Sprouts – $0.55

2 bags frozen Broccoli Florets – $1.98

1 16-oz bag Mini Cucumbers – $1.69

1 bag Flat Leaf Spinach – $1.19

2 Cauliflower – $3.98

2 cans Green Beans – $0.76

1 bag fresh Green Beans – $1.39

1 bag fresh Brussel Sprouts – $1.49

1 pkg Romaine Hearts – $1.79

1 3-lb bag Sweet Potatoes – $1.69

2 pkgs Baby Carrots – $1.50

1 pkg Mini Sweet Peppers – $1.39

2 pkgs Strawberries – $2.98

1 pint Grape Tomatoes – $1.19

1 bunch Bananas (@ $0.29/lb) – $0.79

2 pkgs fresh Zucchini – $2.48

2 6-ct pkgs Strawberry Applesauce Cups – $1.98

1 32-oz carton Plain Nonfat Greek Yogurt – $3.29

1 32-oz bag Shredded Cheddar Cheese – $4.49

3 8-oz blocks Mozzarella Cheese – $2.97

1 pkg String Cheese – $1.49

1 8-oz pkg Cream Cheese – $0.65

2 24-oz cartons Cottage Cheese – $3.18

1 pkg Cream Cheese Spread Wedges – $1.29

1 jar Pasta Sauce – $0.85

1 pkg Semi-Sweet Morsels – $1.19

1 bag Plain Rice Cakes – $1.15

1 pkg Flour Tortillas – $0.65

1 loaf Sandwich Bread – $0.65

2 boxes Honey Nut Oats – $2.30

1 32-oz box Elbow Macaroni – $1.09

Grocery Total for the Week: $88.69

Weekly Menu Plan

Breakfasts

Everyone is responsible for making/cleaning up their own breakfasts. Choices include:

Cereal, Oatmeal, Yogurt, Fruit, Boiled/Scrambled/Fried Eggs, Veggie Omelets, Smoothies, Baked Oatmeal

Lunches

Cheese Quesadillas, Carrots, Strawberries x 2

Pretzels, Cheese Sticks, Applesauce, Cucumbers x 2

Leftovers, Fruit, Veggies x 3

Dinners

BBQ Meatballs, Tossed Salad, Green Beans, Macaroni and Cheese, Butterhorns, Ultimate Double Chocolate Brownies (company for dinner)

Oven Fried Chicken Drumsticks, Stir-Fry Zucchini, Biscuits, Sweet Potatoes Fries

Baked Salmon, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Roasted Brussel Sprouts, Rice

Chicken Gravy over Rice, Broccoli, Tossed Salad

Homemade Pepperoni Pizza, Green Beans, Cottage Cheese Pie (family recipe)

Crockpot Italian Chicken, Garlic Mashed Cauliflower, Broccoli, Easy Italian Breadsticks in the Bread Machine

Crustless Vegetable Quiche, Fruit, Biscuits

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15 Comments

  • Janell says:

    Has Brigette every done a “get to know me” post? For some reason I’m thinking I’ve seen you say she is your sister or sister-in-law, maybe. Does she have a blog page also? Just curious.

  • AngelA says:

    I’m always intrigued by the price difference in different areas, even in Aldi, here in Maryland you would add about 50 or 60 dollars to that grocery haul! I wish I was a better couponer! But I still love Aldi!

  • CJ says:

    I’m jealous of anyone that can get milk for $1.31 a gallon. It’s at least$1-2 more at any store where I live. And eggs for .55 a dozen? Eggs are always at least $1.30 at my Aldi.

    • Brigette Shevy says:

      I know – prices vary so much based on where you live! Normally the eggs are running $1.09 at Aldi, so I’m not sure why they were so much cheaper this week. I’m sure they’ll be back up again next.? But milk is definitely cheap here in the south.

  • Martha Artyomenko says:

    Yummy! Do you have a recipe for the Crockpot Italian chicken?

  • Cindy says:

    It sounds like we would all like to get to know Bridget a little better. I always look forward to her posts. Love that her children are responsible for their own breakfasts AND the cleaning up after!!!

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