Getting your weekly groceries on a budget might be a challenge in this economy.
But thankfully, Aldi has long been considered the cheapest grocery store in the country.
So, despite high inflation, you might be able to save some money by shopping at Aldi.
One using “jesshurst0” on TikTok had to spend $25 at the store.
She ended up buying various items at the store to help her prepare five meals at home.
Here is the list of meals she prepared using the items purchased:
Cajun chicken & avocado ciabattas with fried okra
- Ingredients: Green, red and yellow peppers, tomatoes, lettuce, an onion and avocado
Chicken Tortilla Soup
- Ingredients: Green, Red and Yellow Peppers, Onions, Broth, Black Beans, Garlic, Corn, Tortilla Chips
Cilantro Lime Chicken with Rice
- Ingredients: Lime, White Rice, Cilantro, Jalapeno
Minced spinach ravioli
- Ingredients: Priano beef ravioli, Classico tomato basil sauce, parmesan and Simply Nature organic baby spinach & rocket
Chicken and Pepper Curry
- Ingredients: white rice, lime, paprika, coriander
More items to buy at Aldi
Aldi can also be a great place to shop for those looking to eat more on the healthy side.
A household expert who calls Grocery Girl Bee recommends buying grass-fed ground beef for its “hidden treasure” for price and quality.
She also recommends buying Aldi’s Knock Your Socks Off seven-grain bread, as it’s better for your heart than white bread.
In addition, according to Bee, organic free-range chicken is also a purchase at Aldi.
Depending on the cut you buy, it can cost as little as $7+.
Note, however, that prices may vary by location.
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https://www.the-sun.com/money/5726365/aldi-meals-items-buy-budget/ I’m a food expert and bought five meals from Aldi for $25 – which I did