Weekly Meal Deals With The Meijer Ad #28
Sunday market May 14-20
Thursday market 18-24
Do you have trouble planning your weekly menus? Are you making what feels like the same meals every week? Never fear! We are here to help! Each week (hopefully), we will have a great meal plan ready to go for you.
A few things to keep in mind:
Prices are based on the Sunday market sales ad
Meals are planned for a family of four- if your family is full of big eaters, you may need to buy extra
You can always adjust if you don’t like something we have planned
We are planning 5 dinners- for the last two days try using leftovers on one day, and maybe eating out on the last day. Also, life happens, and you don’t always get to every meal. Planning 5 meals works perfectly for my family.
Most likely, you will have some of these items in your stockpile already, so you will save even more! This is a “from-scratch” list.
Your total for 5 fabulous meals is $30.40
Things you need to buy:
Bush black beans -$1
Bush white beans – $1
Meijer can green beans – $0.65
Meijer can of peas – $0.65
2 Meijer cream of mushroom – $0.99 ea
2 starkist tuna – $0.59 ea
Knor Mexican rice -$1
3lbs red potatoes – $2.99
Eckrich smoked sausage $2.69 (part of b5s5 if you have 4 other items)
1lb carrots – $0.89
1lb asparagus – $1.88
Head of broccoli – $1.99
2 Roma tomato- $.050
Iceburg – $0.99
Onion – $1
Ortega taco seasoning – $0.59
Ortega taco shells – $1.31
Meijer shredded parmesan cheese – $1.99
Meijer turkey burger 1lb $1.99
Butterball turkey burgers – $5.99 (depending on family size you will have some for another meal)
Meijer Buns $1.49
Meijer linguini- $1
Light n Fluffy egg noodles – $1.25
Items to have on hand:
Smoked sausage, potatoes, asparagus, and carrots (one pan dish)
I’ve found that you can use about half the called for olive oil and it still turns out great. To save money we are using regular carrots instead of the baby carrots. Just peel and chop the carrots to about the approximate size of baby carrots. You can find this amazing recipe by clicking here.
Tuna noodle casserole, carrot sticks, parmesan garlic roasted broccoli
Boil egg noodles and peas until noodles are desired doneness. Drain and then stir in 2 cans of tuna (drained), 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup, salt, pepper, and a can worth of milk. Stir and serve. You can vary the amount of soup if you’d like the casserole less creamy.
Peel and slice carrots into sticks. Roast the broccoli using this recipe.
Turkey burgers, potato salad, green beans
Follow the directions on the box to cook the burgers and serve as you typically would burgers. Cook green beans as you normally would. I like to put a beef bouillon cube, black pepper, and onion in mine.
Direction for the potato salad is here.
White bean and asparagus pasta, garlic bread, salads
Omit the spinach from the recipe. Use one roma and the other half of the asparagus. Cut the asparagus in about 2” sections. Sautee the asparagus in the same step with the tomatoes. If desired you can also add chicken to the dish
Use the leftover hamburger buns to make garlic bread. Spread butter on them and sprinkle with garlic powder. Bake at 400 degrees for about 10 mins or until desired doneness.
Chop iceburg lettuce and dice tomatoes for salads. Reserve some of each for tacos.
Tacos, black beans, Mexican rice
Use Ground turkey to make the tacos and follow the package directions for the rice. Use lettuce and tomatoes leftover from salads. Cook the black beans as you normally would. Sometimes we like to add a little diced onion to our beans as they cook.
Your total for everything should be $36.00
Use $1/2 Bush Beans ss 4/30
Submit for the following rebates:
Butterball $4/$16 savingstar
$1/2 Bush Beans checkout51
$0.10 lettuce mobisave
$0.10 carrots mobisave
All the following rebates are from allrecipes.mobisave.com