Kierstyn has become my grocery shopping buddy. She loves going to the store with me and helping pick out food. Her favorite part is trying to strike up conversations with everyone who passes by the cart or who she sees in the distance. 🙂
Here’s what we bought at Kroger for $70.97…
We had planned to take advantage of the Buy One, Get One Free Chipotle deal for dinner on Tuesday last week. Apparently, we weren’t the only ones who had this idea since the line was out the door!! I’m not sure that the wait was worth the money saved, but it was yummy.
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This is how cooking often looks these days — and I wouldn’t trade it for the world, even if it does take longer!
Baked Oatmeal… ready to go into the oven! This is a family favorite recipe.
We had some potatoes, a bag of frozen veggies, and some pork/ground beef I’d gotten marked down. So I used it to make a hash we made often growing up — using the recipe from the More-With-Less Cookbook (anyone familiar with that cookbook?)
The great thing about this recipe is that it’s so versatile! Just use what you have on hand!
I’ve been using all the limes I got marked down in my water every day. It feels all fancy!
Kierstyn helped me whip up a batch of pizza dough for Friday night pizza night.
This homemade pizza dough recipe is SO easy to make and it always turns out beautifully!
I got the itch to make biscuits and gravy on Saturday morning, so I got creative with what I had — using leftover biscuits, some sausage we had on hand, and half & half instead of milk.
It actually turned out really well — but I would recommend using crumbled sausage instead of roll sausage.