This is at least two weeks worth. Hopefully the milk will last even longer since I don't plan to feed cereal to the boys or eat it myself.
- 2 x 4L (1 gallon) of milk ($5.31 each, might be able to find it for a few cents less, but milk -even non-organic, non-raw, pasteurized, homogenized milk- is not cheap here )
- 1 x 16 yogurts ($4.99, although I don't normally like to spend more than $4.44)
- 4 x 500g cheese ($4.44 each, this is the lowest price around here so I stock up)
- 3 dozen farm fresh eggs ($3.49/dz, I could get cheaper eggs at the grocery store but prefer the fresh, local, free-run eggs... like these little brown lovey-lovelies.)
Fruit and Veggies
Luckily there are still several oranges and apples left from last week. The grapes will mostly go into smoothies with spinach from last week.
- frozen raspberries ($4.99, I had a $1 coupon THAT I FORGOT TO USE. argh.)
- tomatoes ($.99/lb)
- red seedless grapes ($.99/lb)
- bananas ($.69/lb)
- broccoli ($.99)
(hard to get a picture with the little grape thief in the shot)- 3 x 18 cans of pop ($4.44 each *please note that this will last us at least two months, this is not a weekly purchase*)
Our secret shame
Yeah, we drink pop. I would really, really like to stop buying this swill. We all drink water for meals, but Peter and I like to drink something else if we're sitting around at night. Peter especially. Maybe I need to do more research on how awful this stuff is for us. To convince me. Cause knowing it's full of HFCS, chemicals and besphinol-A clearly isn't enough.
Total: $82.19 (~$15 of which was pop. ew.)
More shopping lists (many of which are much "better -as in more for less- than mine) over at The Grocery Cart Challenge's shopping roundup.