1 quart heavy cream - $3.98
Shower spray - $2.24
TOTAL - $6.40
16 ounce shredded mozzarella - $2.99
16 ounce shredded cheddar - $2.99
3 x 8 ounce cheese @ 1.59 each - $4.77
Bread - $.85
2 packages cookies @ .99 each - $1.98
Chicken thighs @ .89lb - $3.84
4 ounce can mushrooms - $.59
Bagels - $1.69
TOTAL - $19.70
Wine vinegar - $1.46
Dish gel - $2.97
Celery - $1.14
TOTAL - $5.81
Ice cream @ 2.50 (minus 10% discount + .40 coupon) - $1.85
7 CARBmaster yogurt @ .40 each (minus 10% discount) - $2.52
1/2 gallon milk @ 1.25 (minus 10% discount) - $1.12
Frozen cauliflower @ 1.00 (minus 10% discount) - $.90
16 ounce American cheese @ 4.19 (minus 10% discount) - $3.77
Unsweetened coconut @ 1.29 (minus 10% discount) - $1.16
2 cans tuna @ .78 each (minus 10% discount) - $1.40
Peanut butter @ 1.79 (minus 10% discount) - $1.61
TOTAL - $14.33
GRAND TOTAL - $46.24
Because of the huge storm and flooding that we had here on Monday night, I didn't go out on Tuesday. Also, they're predicting rain all day for tomorrow so I did my weekly shopping today while the weather was nice.
I was disappointed to find that Aldi has finally raised the price of eggs. I was going to buy some if they were still 99-cents. But, their cheese price has gone down so I stocked up on that instead. It went from $1.79 for 8 ounces to $1.59. The 16-ounce bags of shredded cheese were also a bargain this week at $2.99.
Two weeks ago I bought American cheese at Aldi because it was so much cheaper than Kroger's. It was $2.79 vs. $4.19. As you can see, this week I bought it Kroger. Aldi's isn't very good and my husband complained that it was extremely salty. It has an odd watery consistency too. All American cheese has water as the first ingredient but I could tell that Aldi's had a lot more than Kroger's.
I bought the milk because I'll be making pancakes for my husband this weekend. I still have enough Bisquick and syrup on hand and only needed some milk to make the batter.
I've got an update on my acid reflux issue. Last week I bought a different type of over-the-counter pills from Walmart and they seem to be working much better than what I'd been using. I can't say that I've had no reflux at all but I've hardly been bothered by it. I suspect that I'd been using the other kind for so many years that it stopped being effective. The kind I have now is the generic version of Pepcid AC and it's actually cheaper than what I'd been buying. Way back when I started buying the other stuff, the knock-off Pepcid was a lot more expensive.