Every time someone asks me for my best tips on the easiest ways to cut back on their grocery budget without using coupons, I give them two answers. One, start menu planning. And two, shop as much as you can at Aldi.
So I decided to take 14 Simple Saving Savvy recipes and create a 2-Week Aldi Friendly Menu Plan. These hearty recipes were chosen for the cooler autumn/winter months, but are really perfect for any time of year.
Are you ready to save BIG on two weeks of grocery shopping and still make delicious, homemade meals every night?
Option #1: Printable Recipe eBook Option ($3.99)
I am so excited! I compiled all of the recipes included in this 2 Week Aldi Friendly Meal Plan into one convenient printable recipe ebook option! For just $3.99 (you know I love a great deal), you can download ALL 14 recipes AND the shopping list in one file.
This would also make a great gift for someone you know who loves shopping at Aldi!
Option #2 – Print Recipes and Shopping List Individually (FREE)
Or, if you prefer, you can click on each individual recipe below to print it or pull it up on your personal device when you begin to prepare the meal. You will also find the printable shopping list at the bottom of this post.
#1 Beef & Black Bean Tortilla Stack one dish meal
#2 Slow Cooker Chicken Fajitas with chips & salsa
#3 Healthier Sweet & Sour Chicken – serve with steamed rice
#4 Mongolian Beef & Peppers – serve with steamed rice
#5 Beef Enchilada Casserole one dish meal
#6 Honey & Garlic Pork Ribs, served with baked potatoes and green beans
#7 Turkey Taco Pasta – served with green salad
#8 BBQ Meatballs – served with egg noodles
#9 Homemade Sloppy Joes – with Clancy’s Wavy Chips
#10 Best Breakfast Casserole served with Crescent Rolls
#11 Ham & Potato Casserole – served with steamed broccoli
#12 Teriyaki Chicken – served with steamed rice
#13 Loaded Lasagna Rolls Ups – Served with Garlic Bread
#14 Mandarin Cashew Chicken served with steamed rice
About the Shopping List
The 2-Week Aldi Friendly Meal Plan Shopping List includes every ingredient you’ll need to make the recipes. Keep in mind that you’ll need a few pantry items that aren’t on the shopping list, but I’ve included a separate list of these items as well. There are a couple you will need to buy at another store, if you don’t have any on hand.
I’ve also listed the recipes in which each ingredient is used to help you stay organized.
I did not include item pricing because I’ve noticed that Aldi prices tend to fluctuate from week to week and by season. However, you can plan on spending between $150 – $155 (pre-tax) for all the items on the shopping list. If you have to replenish any of the items on the pantry list, your cost will be slightly higher.
I hope you enjoy my 2 Week Aldi Menu Plan and that it helps you simplify your life a little. I hope to create more Aldi menu plans in the future so be sure to sign up to receive my weekly eNewsletter so you don’t miss it!