My $125 Weekly Grocery Shopping for 6 People: See how I feed my family of six (including 4 teens) for around $125/week, or just $500 a month. See our $125 Budget Weekly Menu here. (This post contains affiliate links.)
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Aldi Produce, Dairy and Meat
I purchased extra cream cheese this week for a baking project for my daughter.
Best Produce Deals:
cucumbers 29 cents each
grape tomatoes 99 cents per pint
bananas 44 cents per pound
mini sweet peppers $2.29 per 1 pound bag
Aldi Grocery Items
Publix Produce, Meat, Dairy Items (not pictured: 2 bags Publix Fresh Cole Slaw Mix)
While I normally do most of my shopping at Aldi I have been very unhappy with the quality of their chicken lately so I was excited to find boneless skinless chicken breasts on sale at Publix this week.
In fact, I was so excited that I decided to return to the store to buy more chicken plus a few other items for a 1 Hour Freezer Cooking Session which I will share with you next week.
I also stocked up on Eat Smart Veggies for $1.25 per bag and bagels for $1.00 per bag.
[Click here to see my complete $125 Budget Weekly Menu for 6.]
Weekly Total: $126.05 + $56.52 for Freezer Cooking session
Monthly Total: $407.16
($125/week budget for six people so the extra I spent for the freezer cooking meals should reduce my spending for next week.)
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The Peaceful Mom says
Great idea Emilie – thanks!
try filling the sweet peppers with tuna salad…yummy lunch! I am also jealous of your produce prices 🙂