Menu, Grocery List, Recipes Year 2 Week 21 – Low Cost Menu

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In January, we Resolutionized our kitchens and cooking.  (Remember 25 Meals in 20 Minutes or Less?)

In February, we filled our freezers with all kinds of meats, casseroles, breakfast foods and desserts.

March is almost here, bringing Spring weather with it (I hope).   This month the focus is going to be on saving money.  I thought we should kick things off with a low cost menu.

Most of the meals I post are economical, but for this menu I chose recipes that really keep the costs down.  They rely on inexpensive foods like pasta, rice, beans and eggs.

You get 6 dinners and 1 dessert.  Serving suggestions are included in bold on the recipes and in curly brackets {} on the grocery list.

Here’s what’s on the menu this week:


To print, click here:  [download id=”82″]

You can find 2 other low-cost menus on Eat at Home, here and here.

Pssst, Grocery University is going on sale tomorrow, March 1st for just $8.95.  This 1-day sale is a great deal if you’ve been wanting to learn to maximize coupons.  It includes an updated Rock Bottom Price List.

This menu is part of Menu Plan Monday at

The Grocery U. link is an affiliate link. If you choose to purchase, I’ll earn a bit of money. I’m promoting this product because it teaches how to save money on groceries.


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  1. I still have that ham and pineapple fried rice that I want to make, I meant to make it one week and it just didn’t happen! I still have it printed on my desk! Thanks!

  2. Love the low cost menus! I’m really trying to lower my grocery bill but still feed everyone decent meals, so thanks so much for these!

    Jo @ Squeaky Clean!


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