December 4, 2022

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Crystal’s $132 Kroger & Aldi Shopping Trips

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If you’re new below, I follow the Buy In advance Principle — which indicates that what we invest in each and every 7 days is frequently for foreseeable future months. We inventory up on the ideal specials and markdowns each and every 7 days and that implies that we then have a wide range of items from preceding shopping outings to use to approach a menu from.

With the maximize in grocery costs, I’ve made the decision to elevate our grocery funds to $100 a 7 days for the reason that I have not been possessing plenty of wiggle room to inventory up like I’d want to. This total will nevertheless challenge me to be imaginative though also giving me plenty of breathing home to stock up and proceed to follow the Buy Forward Basic principle.

In addition to training the Buy In advance Theory, I Reverse Food Plan. This implies that I approach based mostly on what we have on hand furthermore what very good gross sales/markdowns I identified at the shops. (Read far more about Reverse Food-Setting up below.)

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I was SO energized about this offer on blueberries! $.99 per pint at Kroger — and you could acquire up to 5!

I last but not least located a deal on potatoes! I purchased 3 luggage!

And then anyone tipped me off that Aldi experienced butter on sale! Ours had them on sale for $2.99/lb but I have read that some Aldi suppliers have them on sale for $1.99! Stock up and freeze it for baking for the holiday seasons!

Chicken breasts were being on sale for $1.99/lb at Kroger with the electronic coupon. We also picked up two dozen eggs from our pals who have chickens for $5/dozen.

Chocolate chips ended up on sale for Acquire 2, Get 1 cost-free — which helps make them $1.66/bag.

And cheese was $5.99

Here’s everything I bought at Kroger and Aldi + the eggs we purchased. I experienced $60 leftover from the past two weeks’ grocery spending budget, so I rolled that above and I used $132. So I’ll roll over the rest to future week.

I have been taking in a ton of snacky lunches lately instead of salad. I normally make a related lunch for Kierstyn, also.

We used the tortillas, chicken, and cheese for chicken quesadillas!

Yum!!

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