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Menu Plan Monday - Meal Pricing


Last week was yummy! This week NO SHOPPING! I've kinda decided to not do too much couponing because I have a few bags that I have yet to put away cus I really don't have anywhere to put them, lol.

I also had a question on facebook how much I paid for the Cordon Bleu... I would say it was more pricy that my usual meals because I bought deli ham and cheese. The cheese was $1.21 (1/4 lb) and ham was $3.28 (1/3 lb), the chicken I bought on quick sale and the bread crumbs I made myself so it comes down to $1.62/person!  Would ya'll like me to put the price per serving again. I did it only for a few weeks when I did a week of cooking from pantry. Leave me a comment below!

So, let's get to it!




Monday:
Homemade Hamburger Helper
Elbow Macaroni with Cheese Sauce and Broccoli 
$2/person
Elbow Mac was on clearance for $.75, Cheese, bought it with a combo loco and had a $1.50/1 coupon. Broccoli is organic and ground beef was reg. price ($3.48/lb)
 

Tuesday:
Grilled Chicken Creamy Parmasean Pasta Salad
with Garden Salad 
$.75/person
Chicken bought on quick sale, Pasta Salad was $.30 on clearance, Lettuce was FREE wyb dressing, tomato reg price, croutons $.50 w/coupon
 

Wedensday:
Leftovers
FREE

Thursday
CB BBQ Chicken Leg Quarters
with Potato Salad and Canned Corn
 $.69/person
Chicken on sale $1/lb, Potatoes $.99 for 5lbs, corn $.38 with coupon

Friday
Dinner at Grandmas
Fish Fry


Shopping list for the week... NADA!
 

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