Thursday, April 16, 2015

Grocery Grab Wednesay

This has been a crazy week (and I forgot to post my Grocery Grab Wednesday last week), so I'm going to do a quick 2 Grocery Grab post!  Instead of typing up itemized lists of items bought, I just took pictures of my receipts.  Be sure to factor in that I usually spend about $10 per week on local dairy items (milk, eggs, half and half).  It's Grocery Grab Wednesday...lazy edition!

Here's what I bought last week:

groceries from sprouts
Grocery Haul from Sprouts

First half of receipt

2nd half of receipt
 Total (including approx $10 of local dairy items) = $74.21 (and that's including the $7.99 + tax sunscreen on my receipt.  I usually don't include non-food items in my total!)

Here's what I bought this week:

Grocery Haul from Sprouts

1st half of receipt

2nd half of receipt
Total (including approx $10 of local dairy items) = $84.51

My photo this week didn't include the chicken and bacon because Sprouts forgot to put that bag in my shopping cart.  Of course, I didn't realize the meat was missing until I got home, unpacked, and took this photo.  I went back for the meat (no way was I going without that chicken and bacon this week!), but it just didn't get photographed.

Here's what we are planning on having for dinners this week:

Dinner #1 - Chicken and Black Bean Enchiladas (using leftover grilled chicken from earlier this week) with lettuce, tomato, sour cream and salsa

Dinner #2 - Homemade Pizza with cheese, veggies and sausage from the freezer

Dinner #3 - Bison Hot Dogs and Chicken Sausages (from the freezer) on the grill with potatoes, peppers and onions in a grill pouch (aluminum foil)

Dinner #4 - Chicken Fajitas (chicken, peppers and onions spiced with taco seasoning, tortillas and toppings)

Dinner #5 - Grilled Cheese and Apple Sandwiches with salad

Dinner #6 - Chicken and Shrimp Jambalaya from the freezer

Dinner #7 - Chicken sausages with pasta and veggies (frozen asparagus and frozen peppers) in a cream and herb sauce

I made the enchiladas tonight, and they turned out great!  Even my 5 year old ate them.  They were super easy, so I'll be sure to photograph them and post the recipe the next time I make them.

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