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We’re changing it up a little bit this week and going super healthy while staying frugal.  Whole Foods is sponsoring the next 2 weeks of posts – they provided grocery items for this week’s dinner plan and next week’s breakfast and lunch plan. Later in the week I will share what I got from them, new recipes, and how much it would have cost me. Since there are so many recipes it will take a bit to get them all up, I am including a grocery shopping list so you can have ingredients on hand if something sounds intriguing. I will work on bringing you grocery lists for each meal plan and every meal in the next few weeks.

Frugal meal planning meal plan 10 |

Meanwhile, if you think your budget just can’t “cut it” while shopping at Whole Foods, check out my tips to shop Whole Foods on a budget.

Breakfast Plan

Day 1: The BEST Pancakes

Day 2: Oatmeal with strawberries and bananas

Day 3: Yogurt and fruit parfaits

Day 4: Clementine Cranberry Baked Oatmeal

Day 5: Yogurt and fruit parfaits

Day 6: Baked barley with apples and caramel sauce

Day 7: Oven Pancake

Lunch Plan

Day 1: Chicken Noodle Soup with Cornbread

Day 2: Salad in a Jar and Chicken Noodle Soup / grilled cheese sandwiches, celery sticks and hummus

Day 3: Salad in a Jar / sandwiches, baby carrots, pretzels,

Day 4: Salad in a Jar

Day 5: Veggie Wraps, baby carrots, yogurt with fruit

Day 6: Salad in a Jar

Day 7: Homemade Pizza

Dinner Plan

Dinner Grocery List

Day 3: Chicken and Rice with lemony green beans
Day 4: Lentil Shepherd’s Pie
Day 5: Warm grain salad
Day 6: Flatbread with wilted spinach, red onion, black olives, and feta
Day 7: Black bean and turkey burgers with sauteed mushrooms and onions, and tomato bake




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