My 6/22 Publix Trip – $77.53 for $11.97 or 85% Off

 

Some weeks I look at my shopping trip pictures and it's all cereal, toilet paper and shampoo and I realize there aren't a lot of meals there so I figure I must remind people that I do lots of freezer cooking which means I just shop for meat once a month, and we get lots of our produce from a nearby farmer's market.  This week I was able to buy enough entrees for at least eight meals plus two fresh pineapples, a bag of salad and more for under $12, or $1.50 per meal and I was just so proud that I had to do the math 😉  Today I bought $77.53 worth of groceries for $11.97, or 85% off!  Here are the deals: 

Mt. Olive Pickles 16 to 32 oz or 4pk, BOGO $2.79
-$.75/1 Mt. Olive Pickles, Peppers, & Relish blinkie (exp 7/24/2011)
-$.75/1 Mt. Olive product, any one hangtag (exp 12/31/2012)
Final Price:  $1.40 (I had no qs) 

Maruchan Yakisoba Noodles, 3.96 to 4.27 oz, BOGO $.89
Final Price:  45¢ each.
 

Rosetto Ravioli 19 to 25 oz, BOGO $3.99
$1.50/2 Rosetto Frozen Pasta (IE) Rolling Printable (FF)
Final Price:  $1.25 per bag. 

Alexia Frozen Snacks 7.7 to 8 oz, BOGO $3.59
-$1/1 Alexia Product – (Facebook)
$1/1 Alexia Frozen Product Rolling
Final Price:  Pay 80¢ each! 

Fresh Express Salad Blends, 5 to 12 oz, BOGO $3.69 

Final Price:  $1.85 per bag

Herbal Essences Hair Care and Stylers, 2/$5
-$1/2 Herbal Essences or Aussie Hair Products Stocking Spree Sheet (I used this one)
-$1/1 Herbal Essence or Aussie Products 6/12/2011 RP Insert (exp 7/31/2011) (and 2 of these)
-$1/1 Herbal Essences or Pantene Product Glamour, Jun 2011 (exp 7/31/2011)
-$1/2 Head & Shoulders or Herbal Essences Hair Care 5/1/2011 P&G Target Insert (exp 6/30/2011)
-$1/1 Herbal Essences 6 to 12 oz in the Winn Dixie Summer Savings booklet
Final Price:  $1.00 each 

Del Monte Gold Ripe Pineapple, $2.99
-$1.50/2 Del Monte Gold Pineapple Printable (no longer available – check your binders!)
-$2 off Publix Produce (via email for requesting Stocking Spree Sheet)
Final Price:  $1.24 each! 

Doritos Tortilla Chips 11 to 12 oz, BOGO $3.99 

Italian Pizza Dough, $1.99 

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  1. I’m almost embarrassed to post my grocery trips for some of the same reasons as yours. At least you have several bags of pasta and some sides. My trip this morning was almost all cereal and ice cream toppings.

    One of these days I’ll post a picture of some of my freezer stockpile. Like yours, it’s where most of my real food is at. I do a lot of bulk cooking, too.

    I still have three turkeys in the freezer from last Thanksgiving’s sales. I bought 6 and JUST cooked the third. O.o

  2. Thanks for sharing Kelly – that makes me feel better! Some weeks it’s all donuts and chips in the picture, but nobody sees that I’m crazy with veggies at home and the freezer is full. Check out my fave baked ravioli recipe that I’ll be using for at least some of this pasta (http://bit.ly/iGvhcw) – it’s super easy and actually tastes a lot like lasagna.

  3. Btw – thanks for the reminder that I still have a turkey in the freezer too 🙂

  4. I always love coming here and seeing your awesome shops!! You always inspire me to keep on trying my best!! My shops are close to yours.. I bulk buy meat once a month too lol Not yet for freezer cooking.. almost there 80)

  5. Thanks Olenka – you’re the best! Shhhhhhhh, don’t tell anybody, but I’m planning to cheat a little for my freezer cooking this month. I’m going to get a large sirloin from the butcher at Sam’s that I will cut up for meals like beef tips, kebobs, and fajitas, throw the meat into bags with marinade and freeze – no actual cooking this month cuz it’s way too hot and the kids are out of school and underfoot 😉

  6. Thanks for the ravioli recipe!

    I posted my HUGE BATCH turkey noodle soup recipe a couple of weeks ago when I made it: http://couponkungfu.com/eating-on-a-dime-turkey-noodle-soup/. One batch lasts a LONG time.

  7. Looks awesome! I’m putting it on the menu for next week 🙂