My total was $124.75.... but that included things like batteries ($15), shower cleaner ($3), 4 deodorants ($7), a patch for my daughter's pants ($2), etc. Once I take away all the non-food items, I actually spent just $82 on groceries. Right now I'm having my doubts that that's enough to get us through the month, but I'm going to do my best!
My goal is for this to be the only big trip I do this month. I know we'll have to run for milk and fresh produce, and possibly bread, but otherwise, I want to try and just use what's currently in the freezer and pantry.
Join the Pantry Challenge with Good Cheap Eats in January. You can see my entire list of meals (so far) for the Pantry Challenge HERE.
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