What I Spent
I spent $151 at the grocery store and $25 on my Hungry Harvest box.
So, $176 total.
Week 1: $160
Week 2: $176
What We Ate
Mr. FG and I went out to Five Guys for a quick date night. Five Guys is always a great option for staying within our date night goal of $20.
Mr. FG was out with his uncle, and I made pfannekuchen for the girls and me.
(Mr. FG is not much on eggy dishes, so we eat these in his absence!)
I made BLT salad (greens with bacon, tomatoes, chicken, and croutons), and I made a loaf of homemade French bread to go with that.
It was an unseasonably lovely evening, so I scrapped my dinner plans.
We picked up subs, picked up a friend of the girls, headed to a local park, ate our dinner on a picnic bench by the water, and explored the park afterward.
This is obviously not the most frugal choice ever, but I did pack drinks, grapes, and dessert, so all we had to buy were the subs.
Mr. FG was out with a friend, Zoe was at a friend’s house, and that left just Sonia and me.
So, I heated two chicken sausages in a pan and we ate those along with a bunch of the veggies that I cooked/prepped up in my Hungry Harvest session.
Sonia LOVES spaghetti squash, so she ate the whole squash herself.
I made corn and cheese quesadillas, which we ate with a fruit salad. I noticed our two bags of grapes were getting down to the bottom, and no one seems to like to eat the last few grapes.
But if I put them into a fruit salad, they get eaten up with no problem.
I’m planning to make Asian chicken lettuce wraps and I’ll probably add some Costco frozen potstickers.