Free Weekly Meal Plan with Printable Grocery List – 9/24

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.)

Some of our family’s favorite flavors for you all this week…hope you’re enjoying the start of fall weather!

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


If you are seeing this in an email or in your reader and you’d like to print your grocery list, then click here to access the list feature, which is only available on the website.

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  1. Melody Pate says

    Thank you so much for doing the brain work for our meal planning! And for choosing great recipes that don’t include weird and hard to find ingredients. AND, for saving us money!

    I like to take the recipes and conform them to a word document type meal planner. I use two columns: The left side lists the meal-prep directions for breakfast, lunch, snack, supper, and dessert. The right column lists the ingredients needed for each meal (shopping list). Then, I print and slide the meal plan into a plastic sleeve and snap it into a binder to secure (The plastic is so convenient to wipe clean of food spatters, too.). The binder goes with me to the store, or I can take a few sleeves out and just carry them, but if I find a sale on something not on my pre-planned menu, having my binder means I can flip over to a day that caters to that sale item.

    I really like the printable shopping list you provide, too.
    Keep up the good work, and thanks again for your homemaking help!

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