$100 Budget Weekly Menu 7/13

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$100 Budget Weekly Menu (for six people including three teens): My two main strategies for saving money are:

(1) to make a weekly menu plan based on the sale items in my area;

(2) to buy multiple sale items when they are at their lowest price.


Instead of deciding my menu first, I look at the sale items plus what I have in my pantry, fridge and freezer, and then make my menu based on those items.

You may not be able to get the same kinds of deals that I do (check back later today to see this week’s shopping), but you can save just by making a menu plan. Use my menu as a starting point, or check out eMeals menu plans. They start at just $5 a month and my readers can get an additional 10% off the already low prices by using promo code PEACEFUL!

Read more about how I stick to a $100 a week budget in my FREE e-book Save More-Clip Less.

Print your own customizable menu planner form here.

*Items marked with an asterisk were purchased in previous weeks in the $100 Budget and are in the pantry, fridge or freezer.


Click purple links to go to recipes!



Egg and Cheese Bagels

Cereal with milk x3

Scrambled eggs

Cheese toast, banana

Cinnamon Raisin Bagel with cream cheese


Very Blueberry Smoothie, popcorn*

Chic-fil-A FREE food

Nachos, avocado slices

Turkey Sandwich, pickle*

Ham and Cream Cheese Rollup, green pepper slices (cream cheese previously purchased)

PBJ*, carrots* and ranch dressing*




Chic-fil-A FREE food (yes, we’re going twice!)

BBQ chicken, steamed broccoli and cauliflower*

Hot Dogs*, Baked Beans*

Pepper Jack Burgers*, chips

Easy Chicken Enchiladas, rice*, steamed green beans* (tortillas previously purchased)

Taco Bowls (Beantastic Taco Meat*, corn chips, lettuce, tomato, avocado)

Salad with Italian Chicken (marinate chicken breast strips in DIY Italian dressing and saute)


Read how we handle snacks here.


What are you eating this week? Leave a comment or link. :)


Please Note: I post my weekly menu to encourage menu planning and to give meal ideas, not as a nutritional standard. You should feed your family based on your priorities and values.


If you would like menu planning help, check out eMeals*–weekly menus based on your local store’s sales including recipes and a grocery list! Click here and use promo code PEACEFUL for a 10% discount off of eMeals already low prices!

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