Menu Ideas from the Brookshire's Ad
A meal plan is a great way to save money and not waste food.
I want to show you that as long as you are intentional in your shopping and cooking, you will save money on your grocery bill regardless if you use coupons or not. Generally, the cost of the whole meal will be less than or equal to the tip you would leave at a restaurant.
These ideas are taken directly from the Brookshire's circulars.
It's another great week for inexpensive meals.
This week you could make:
- Potato Soup & Crescent Rolls
- Tuna & Broccoli Alfredo w/Salad
- Chicken Fried Rice
- Okra Gumbo & Cornbread
- Chicken Caesar Salad
- Sausage & Potatoes w/Sauteed Apples
- Chicken Strips, Mashed Potatoes, & Peas
- Breakfast for Supper: Hashbrowns, Bacon, Eggs, Applesauce, Toast, & Yogurt
- Nachos & Mexican Rice
- Red Beans & Rice w/Cornbread
- Chicken Broccoli Rice and Mixed Vegetables
- Bacon & Egg Sandwiches, Apple Slices, & Chips
10lb. bag Potatoes
Fresh Express Salad
Knorr Sides (2 x Red Beans & Rice, 2 x Broccoli Rice, 2 x Chicken Fried Rice, 2 x Broccoli Alfredo Pasta, 2 x Mexican Rice)Rotisserie Chicken
2lb. Food Club Rice
PictSweet California Mixed Veggies
PictSweet Gumbo Vegetables
2 x Morrison's Corn Kits
Wish-Bone Caesar Dressing
Food Club Croutons
Food Club Butter
Pillsbury Crescent Rolls
5lb. bag Apples
Tyson AnyTizers Chicken Strips
Food Club Eggs
4 x Food Club Yogurt
Food Club Bacon
Food Club Cheddar
Tostitos Cheese Dip
Nature's Own Bread
PictSweet Mixed Vegetables
That's 12 meals for around $62.45 - $66.95. That's between $5.20 - $5.58 per meal or $1.30 - $1.39 per person per meal!
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