Free Weekly Meal Plan with Printable Grocery List – 10/8

The $5 Dinners Weekly Meal Plan with Printable Grocery List

Every week I will post 5 links to archived recipes, plus an additional 1 or 2 recipes for breakfast, snacks or batch cooking recipes.  You can click through to see the original recipe and print that recipe if you like. (Or go green and just come back to this post to get to the recipe.)

This week’s plan is downright warm and cozy. Comfortable and filling. And I can feel my taste buds jumping a little at the thought of some of these meals. Hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

The Recipes

Also, don’t forget to check out the amazing resources at Food on the Table!

And feel free to check out all the previous weekly meal plans with printable grocery list for other options!

Scroll down and you’ll see a list of ingredients for each of the recipes included, in the order they are listed above. I’ll include ALL ingredients, including many that you already have in your pantry, refrigerator, or freezer. If you have those ingredients, just don’t click them!

Put a check mark by each of the ingredients, and a cute little box will appear at the bottom of your screen with your grocery list.  Once you’ve clicked all the ingredients you need, print your list and be on your way to the grocery store!

Ingredients List


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  1. Jen says

    I was all ready to make the pumpkin french bread, but today I went to a store that had Pumpkin Spice Bread for $3. That’s high, I know, but it makes a lot, so I thought I’d make french bread the usual way, but using that bread. It tastes amazing!
    @ Lisa, What I’d do is highlight all the ones you want, then paste it on to Notepad. Maybe not as easy, but works.

  2. Jenny says

    I think I love you. This is awesome! I have been surfing the web for several days trying and trying and stressing on how to get the most groceries to feed my family of 4 on a tight TIGHT budget. Thank you so much for your time, ideas and tons of wonderful recipes and just sheer awesomeness! Thank you so much! My trip to the grocery store tomorrow will be WAY less stressful.

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