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What I bought for $60 at the grocery store this week!

I’m currently challenging myself to stick with a $70 grocery budget for our family of five. This includes almost all of our breakfasts, lunches, snacks, and dinners + most household products (toiletries, laundry soap, etc.).

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I got some GREAT deals at Kroger this week. Unlike most weeks, where I run into Kroger a few different times as I’m driving by. This week, I only went to Kroger once… and I got quite a haul of groceries!

I was really excited about the Kroger chicken deal we posted that was available on Friday and Saturday only. I got 5 bags and stuck them in the freezer and we should have enough chicken to last us for the next few weeks.

I saw this hot deal on Miracle Maize Corn Bread & Muffin Mix over on Kroger Krazy. Download the $1.50/1 Kroger Digital Coupon and then you can get a box for as low $0.25!

Did you see this great deal on Simple Truth veggies? They are priced at $1.29 each and there is a $0.50/1 Kroger Digital Coupon that you can use up to five times per transaction. That makes these just $0.79 each for organic veggies!

And there is currently the best deal on cereal I’ve seen in a long time! We posted all the details here.

And there’s also a great deal on Simple Truth veggies? They are priced at $1.49 each and there is a $0.50/1 Kroger Digital Coupon that you can use up to five times per transaction. That makes these just $0.99 each for organic tortilla chips!

I got a small cart at Kroger because I thought it would be plenty big enough to hold the groceries I was planning to buy. I guess I may have under-estimated the deals I was going to find! 😉

Kroger Shopping Trip

  • 5 bags Simple Truth frozen veggies — $1.29 each, used $0.50/1 Kroger Digital Coupon (can be used 5 times per transaction) = $0.79 each
  • 3 dozen cage-free brown eggs — marked down to $1.19 each
  • 1 dozen medium eggs — marked down to $0.49 each
  • 4 boxes of Special K Cereal — $1.50 (through 1/22) — used 2 $1/2 Kellogg’s Special K Cereals printable coupons = $1 each
    + submit $0.35/1 Kellogg’s Special K Cereal – Ibotta Rebate
  • 1 Private Selections Pasta — $0.89, used $0.45 Kroger Digital Coupon = $0.44
  • 1 Miracle Maize Corn Bread Mix — $1.85, used $1.50 Kroger Digital Coupon = $0.25
  • 1 loaf of bread — marked down to $1.29
  • King’s Hawaiian Rolls — marked down to $1.99
  • 3 bags of apples — marked down to $0.99 per bag
  • Organic Kale Mix — marked down to $2.99
  • 2 bags of Kroger potatoes — marked down to $1 each
  • 1 gallon water — $0.99
  • 1 gallon of Vitamin D milk — $2.39
  • 5 bags of Simple Truth organic tortilla chips — $1.49, used $0.50/1 Kroger Digital Coupon (can be used 5 times per transaction) = $0.99 each
  • Total with tax = $60.97

Total spent on groceries: $60.97

Psst! Need some help with cutting your grocery budget? Check out my series: 5 Days to a Better Grocery Budget.

Cashback earned this week: $1.40 from Ibotta for buying Kellogg’s and 25 points for submitting my receipt to Fetch rewards.

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