Attention Save-A-Lot shoppers, looking for a meal plan that lets you shop ONLY at your favorite store? Look no further – this one week $60 Save-A-Lot meal plan has you taken care of!
We’re all looking for ways to trim the budget. Meal planning and working around sales are great ways to save money.
Shopping at Save-A-Lot has done wonders for my grocery budget.
I know meal planning is hard for a lot of people, so I went ahead and did the leg work for you!
ONE WEEK Save-A-Lot MEAL PLAN
- 100% real food recipes that are simple, straight-forward and family-friendly.
- Recipes that are quick to make, and all of them can be made in under an hour.
- A few store-bought items for things I typically make from scratch (like hamburger buns and spaghetti sauce). Feel free to make these things from scratch if you prefer.
- A plan that comes in under $60 for a family of four!
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED:
- Pantry basics like cooking oil & butter, condiments, and spices.
- Precautions for food allergies. My family is blessed to not have food allergies, so I don’t plan for them in my meal plans.
Here’s what’s on the menu with the list of items that you will need. Remember these prices will be available starting 10/13/19. Stay tuned for the recipes!
2 lbs Beef, Roast, Bottom Round, Boneless, per lb – $5.98
3 pkgs Coburn Farms Shredded Cheese, 12 oz – $2.59
1 bag Potatoes, Russet, 10 lb – $2.99
1 pkg Swaggerty’s Farm Sausage Patties, 45 oz – $4.99 $1/1 Swaggerty’s Farm Product printable
5 lbs Chicken, Breast, Split, Bone-In, per lb – $1.19
1 bag Apples, McIntosh, 3 lb – $1.99
4 lbs Pork, Loin Chops, Bone-In, per lb – $1.29
1 lb Beef, Stew Meat, Boneless, per lb – $3.99
2 heads Broccoli, Crowns, ea – $1.79
1 bag Carrots, Baby, 16 oz – $0.99
Total for all items on my list: $50.55+ tax. With a little wiggle room for those items not on the list.
Or, maybe less… These meals will likely run you even less if you supplement this week’s Save-A-Lot purchases with clearance meat you already have in your freezer, pantry staples you picked up on sale, produce you already have on hand, and/or sale produce from your local produce market. Let me know if you give it a try!
Do you have any inexpensive meal ideas you can shop for at Save-A-Lot? Or ideas for using up the leftover ingredients? Share your ideas in the comments below!