Savvy Shopping in Ohio: How to Keep Your Grocery Bill Below $50?


Cybersecdn- This is everything I bought. It’s no secret that inflation has made almost everything we use more expensive, even things we need like food. Before, a jar of peanut butter cost less than $2. Now, it costs at least 20% more.

There’s no getting around the fact that living costs are a lot higher now than they were not long ago. To help deal with the rise in food prices a little, I’ve changed how I shop for groceries to get the most for my money. These are the foods I got over the weekend for less than $50 that will last me a week. Please note that the tools and information in this article are only meant to be fun and should not be taken as professional advice.

Grocery Store #1

 How to Keep Your Grocery Bill Below $50"

These past few days, Aldi was the first store I went to. This food store is on my weekly shopping list because they always have deals on certain fruits and vegetables and pantry and fridge essentials. I often find some great deals at Aldi, and this past weekend was no different.

These things are what I bought at Aldi:

  • Sweet Potatoes (three pounds)
  • One Avocado (I got a few more at Walmart)
  • Kiwi (one pound)
  • Roasted Garlic Hummus
  • Chickpea Pasta
  • Frozen Broccoli Florets
  • Canned Pumpkin

All together, the groceries above cost me about $12. Some of the things I put in nourishing bowls are sweet potatoes, avocado, and hummus. For a quick snack, I also like to eat hummus with carrots. I put broccoli on top of my pasta or eat it by itself. Either pasta sauce or olive oil goes well with the chickpea pasta. I already have both of these on hand. I put the pumpkin from the can in my protein cereal bowls.

You can tell that I like to mix and match a lot of my food so that I can make more kinds of meals. This method also helps me not throw away food.

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Grocery Store #2

 Groceries in Ohio

Walmart was the next store I went to. I paid a fair price for a few things at Walmart. I bought the following things on this trip:

  • Two Avocados
  • Canned Beets (two cans)
  • Powdered Peanut Butter (Great Value brand)
  • Tropical Zero Sugar “Punch” Drink
  • Almond Milk

All together, the groceries above cost me about $18. The peanut butter powder costs most of the price, but the bottle is very big and lasts me a long time.

It’s in sandwiches and wraps, on toast, and in sweet potato bowls. I love adding beets to my health bowls and pasta. The peanut butter powder is what I put in my protein breakfast and cereal bowls. It’s what I put in my coffee or breakfast. I was excited to try the punch because it was something new.

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Grocery Store #3

 Groceries in Ohio

I picked up the last few things I needed at my last stop. Among these were:

  • Baby Carrots (one pound)
  • Bananas (four)
  • Yellow Onions (two pounds)
  • Spaghetti Squash
  • Canned Mushrooms
  • Pizza Sauce
  • Cannelini Beans
  • Pinto Beans
  • Tofu
  • Lavash Wraps

It costs about $16 to buy all of these things. For lunch or dinner, I can use these items to make veggie wraps, a tortilla “pizza,” or spaghetti squash pasta. Bananas are used in many ways by me. I put them in drinks, oatmeal or cereal, or as a snack with peanut butter.

They sold a chocolate bar with nuts for $2 that I bought as well. This buy, along with the three stops above, added up to about $48, which is just under $50 for this week’s groceries. There are some kitchen staples like oats, cereal, coffee, etc. that I buy from time to time, but I had plenty of those this week, so I didn’t need to buy them. On the whole, you can save some money on food if you plan. Before going to the store, I like to make a plan to make sure I don’t buy too much and waste money.

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