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1 bag of groceries, 5 meals for $75

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1 bag of groceries, 5 meals for $75

These suppers stretch your dollar at the supermarket. No need to make multiple trips to the grocery store. One budget-friendly bag will give you everything you need to make 5 meals, all for $75.

These tasty recipes will soon be part of your weekday repertoire. Get the grocery list below.

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5 family meals for $75

Chicken Parmigiana with Spaghetti

Generously sauced pasta Get the recipe: Chicken Parmigiana with Spaghetti

By: Irene Fong and The Canadian Living Test Kitchen Source: Ryan Brook Credits: Canadian Living

5 family meals for $75

Beef and Broccoli Fried Rice

Using ground beef instead of stir-fry beef keeps the cost down. Day-old rice works best, so if you can, cook it in advance. Cost: $3.25/serving Get the recipe: Beef and Broccoli Fried Rice

By: Irene Fong and The Canadian Living Test Kitchen Source: Ryan Brook Credits: Canadian Living

5 family meals for $75

Mini Shepherd's Pies with Roasted Carrot and Tomato Salad

Baking these pies in ramekins makes serving a breeze and ensures that everyone gets their fair share of rich, meaty sauce and crispy mashed potatoes. Cost: $4.95/serving Get the recipe: Mini Shepherd's Pies with Roasted Carrot and Tomato Salad

By: Irene Fong and The Canadian Living Test Kitchen Source: Ryan Brook Credits: Canadian Living

5 family meals for $75

Loaded Broccoli and Cheddar Potatoes with Tossed Salad

Twice-baked potatoes are transformed into a nourishing main with the addition of colourful veggies and gooey Cheddar. It's easier to remove the flesh while the potatoes are warm, so use a small spoon (such as a teaspoon) to scoop them as soon as they're cool enough to handle. Cost: $2.85/serving Get the recipe: Loaded Broccoli and Cheddar Potatoes with Tossed Salad

By: Irene Fong and The Canadian Living Test Kitchen Source: Ryan Brook Credits: Canadian Living

5 family meals for $75

Stuffed Chicken with Roasted Potatoes and Lemon Broccoli

A hearty mushroom filling adds elegance to boneless skinless chicken breasts, giving you more bang for your grocery buck. To avoid overcooking broccoli, drain while it's still a touch underdone—it'll keep cooking as it sits. Cost: $5.85/serving Get the recipe: Stuffed Chicken with Roasted Potatoes and Lemon Broccoli

By: Irene Fong and The Canadian Living Test Kitchen Source: Ryan Brook Credits: Canadian Living


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