Needless to say, I was thrilled! I was excited to show people how easy it is (without clipping coupons) to save money on their groceries, eat healthier meals, and learn to plan their meals around those items on sale each week. Anyone that knows me, or uses Deals to Meals, they know I am a HUGE advocate of dinner time with family–on a budget. We don’t have to feed our family processed or prepackaged meals. With a little planning, and using our service, it is easy to put together healthy, fresh, and homemade meals on a budget. Feeding your family a homecooked meal and having a stockpile of food in case of emergencies can bring a lot of joy and peace of mind to your families.
Let’s quickly go through how I do my meal planning and grocery shopping so quickly. Here is how Deals to Meals works and what we did:
Print your grocery list with all of the stores and deals you have chosen to buy. Sort the grocery list by store or by product type. Sorting by product type makes price matching a breeze!
Off to the grocery store! Shop at several grocery stores or price match ALL of the great deals at Walmart (this is what I do for one-stop FAST grocery shopping).
Parmesan Chicken with Noodles, Sauce & Green Salad (chicken, sour cream, milk, eggs, butter, spaghetti noodles, spaghetti sauce, cheese, green salad, and frozen vegetables)-enough for one meal
Garlic Lemon Herb Grilled Chicken with Mashed Potatoes (chicken, lemons, garlic, green salad & russet potatoes, sour cream, butter, milk)–enough for one meal