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Monday, January 19, 2009

Weekly grocery shopping ~ Jan. wk3

It was a great trip to the WinCo as it only cost me $96.49 to feed (food items) the 16 of us this week. Check out this link to see what I am cooking this week.





deli salami $4.48
deli shaved honey ham $3.16
deli shaved turkey $3.16
kraft shredded cheese (2) $1.98 ea
texas toast $1.88
large dozen eggs $1.59
crescent rolls (3) $1.68 ea
frozen broccoli $2.32
butter sticks $1.98
buttermilk $0.41
vanilla yogurt $1.88
creame cheese $0.98
2% milk (2) $2.38 ea *not pictured*
pineapple-orange frozen juice $1.16
frozen chkn breast $4.97
fettucine alfredo (2) $0.88 ea
bisquick $2.78
0.90# pretzel twists $1.70
mandarin oranges (3) $0.48 ea
whole wheat tortilla $2.53
canned pink salmon (3) $1.64 ea
lemon juice $1.58
catalina dressing $2.67
ranch dressing $1.50
applesauce $2.20
green beans (2) $0.52 ea
cooking spray $1.68
fruit cocktail $1.37
spaghetti sauce $1.25
strawberry frosted poptarts $0.98
yogos bites $1.88
apple cinnamon oatmeal $1.48
0.48# granulated sugar $0.14
0.85# oats $0.36
iceberg salad mix $ 2.28
lemons (2) $0.44
celery hearts $ 1.98
green onions $0.68
cucumbers (3) $1.74
kiwi bag $1.48
1.81# tangelos $1.23
1.55# vine tomato $3.07
2# bag baby carrots $1.98
1.47# bananas $0.71
lasagna noodles $1.52
apple cinnamon cereal bars $1.98
tortilla chips (2) $1.18 ea


Non-food items:


Papertowels $7.98
neon straws (2) $0.85 ea
tax $0.82


Total food money left for the month =156.42

Total non-food money left for the month =$22.96

6 comments:

  1. I followed your link over from The Grocery Cart Challenge. You bought a ton of stuff! Good work.

    Do you provide meals for your daycare children?

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  2. Oh man, you sacred me for a minute there... I was trying to figure out how that food would feed 16 people until I realized that included your daycare kids!

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  3. Good job! Do you have any good kid friendly healthy recipes?

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  4. Motherhen68: I feed my daycare kids, breakfast, lunch, and pm snack.

    SmrfChic: Yes, the 16 people include 13 children, and 3 adults.

    Jenny's Vegcafe: I will try to post some recipe links with my menu plans.

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  5. Great Finds!!!!!!

    I found you via Frugal Hacker.....

    My husband and I have started a website called www.weusecoupons.com. I'm creating a blog wall, full of useful blogs that have a frugal christian perspective! We have lots of blogs that are already on the wall like deal seeking mom, attention target shoppers, and many more.

    If you're interested in placing your button on our wall, let me know!!

    All we ask is that you place a link to our site in your links area.

    Here is the blogwall url:
    http://www.weusecoupons.com/index.php?pageid=blogroll

    We also have created a coupon database with YUI technology (LoL I don't know what that means but my husband raves that it's the best thing since sliced bread lol)

    If you have any questions please shot me an email!

    Blessings,

    Lacy

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  6. AWESOME!! I'm so glad to see someone else doing well with budget meals!

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