My No-Spend Challenge ends this week on Wednesday. I still have so much food on hand that I will continue a modified version for February. I do plan to do a monthly grocery shopping trip with Lisa next week but I’m going to set myself a small budget for that trip. This week’s menu features a ham and hamburgers, both of which I still have in the freezer. In fact, there are only a few items on this menu that I will need to purchase – head of cabbage, lettuce, whole chicken, potatoes and a baguette.
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I have a meeting at 5:15 p.m and then we have an Open Mic event to attend at 7. The Open Mic takes place at a coffee shop with delicious food so we’ll have dinner there.
- rice and gravy
- green beans
- cheese biscuits
- baked apples
- french fries
- ham and bean soup
- orange slices
- roast chicken
- crispy roasted potatoes
- tossed green salad
- glazed carrots
- toasted baguette and butter
- chicken and dumplings (made with leftovers)
Mexican food after church and save half for dinner.
WHAT’S COOKING AT YOUR HOUSE THIS WEEK?
MEAL PLANNING RESOURCES I RECOMMEND
- Meal Planning That Saves You Time and Money – includes links to free printables!
- 30 Ways to Save on Groceries
- Do you want to eat a healthy, organic, grass fed diet but don’t think you can afford it? My friend, Victoria of A Modern Homestead, explains how they do it on less than $200 a month. Click here to find out how:
This post is linked up at I’m an Organizing Junkie. For more menu ideas, check it out!