$125 Budget Weekly Menu – Making a weekly meal plan keeps me sane and helps me to save money. See how I’m feeding my family of six including four teens for around $125 a week.
*Items previously purchased in the $125 Budget. Click colored links to go to recipes!
Oatmeal* with Easy Baked Apples x2
Fresh Honey Dew Melon slices, cheese toast* (bread from the freezer)
Cereal* with milk x2
Blueberry Bagel with cream cheese*
Banana Berry Smoothie*, popcorn*
Apple Sandwiches, pretzel rods* x2
Turkey Sandwich, tortilla chips*
Tuna Salad*, celery sticks*
Roast Beef Sandwiches (roast leftover from dinner), bell pepper slices
Rosemary Roasted Chicken, steamed green beans*
Beef Roast, sauteed cabbage
Spicy Black Beans, rice
30 Minute Start-to-Finish Homemade Pizza*, romaine salad
Breakfast for Dinner: pancakes
What are you eating this week? Leave a comment or link. 🙂
Please Note: You may not be able to replicate this exact menu for $125 because sales vary by region and you will have different items on hand but you can save money just by using a meal plan. 🙂)
The primary way that I save money on groceries is by making a detailed meal plan each week. If you need menu planning help, read my post How to Make a Menu.
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