Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Week 10 Grocery List -- With prices!

This week I shopped at Maceys and then ran into Sunflower Farmers Market for asparagus, tomato, and blueberries.

Ingredients for Week 10 dinners

I will be purchasing:
8 rolls or 1 loaf of exciting bread (nothing was on sale so I went for French bread $1.59)
8 medium potatoes, approximately ($2.36)
2 small onions ($.62)
broccoli ($.96)
cauliflower ($.57)
1/3 lb baby carrots (1 lb bag $1.19)
1 bunch asparagus ($2.16)
1 bunch green onions ($.50)
1 tomato ($.59)
1 avocado ($.69)
1 head lettuce ($.68)

I spent $11.91 on fresh food this week. But that's not all! I also stocked up on quite a few things at the case lot sale (scroll down).
Here is the breakdown:
Mexican Haystacks, Broccoli, Corn $1.92
Potato Chowder, Rolls, Broccoli, Cauliflower $3.50
Parmesan Italian Chicken, Rolls, Green Salad, Carrots $2.33
Ham, Baked Potatoes, Asparagus $3.51
Chicken Stroganoff, Green Salad, Peas $.65
Super Easy Bean Burritos, Chips and Salsa, Corn- all ingredients from my pantry

I will be using from my pantry:
1/2 lb ground beef
3 lb ham
4-6 chicken breasts
shredded cheese
1 (16 oz) container sour cream
1 (8 oz) pkg cream cheese
1/2 c Parmesan cheese
6-8 small flour tortillas
1 bag egg noodles
tortilla chips
1 pkg taco seasoning
1 envelope Italian dressing mix
1 (15 oz) can crushed tomatoes
1 (8 oz) can tomato sauce
2 (10 oz) cans cream of chicken soup
2 cans black beans
red wine vinegar
garlic powder
chili powder

I stocked up on these items at the case lot sale:
5 pkgs chicken flavored Ramen ($1.00)
6 pkgs taco seasoning (.33/each = $2.00)
24 cans low-sodium black beans (.58/each = $13.92)
24 cans cream of chicken soup (.49/each = $11.76)
24 cans crushed tomatoes (.58/each = $13.92)
16 cans green beans (.44/each = $7.04)
4 cans garbanzo beans (.58/each = $2.32)
6 cans tomato sauce (.29/each = $1.74)
2 boxes dryer sheets (.88/each = $1.76)
I was happy to use my Case Lot Cash and a couple coupons that came in the mail!

If I get a chance in the next couple weeks, I may run to Smith's for a case of chicken broth ($.50/can). Or, I might start using my chicken bouillon more often. Does anyone have any strong opinions on the bouillon vs. broth debate?

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