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Bargain Groceries for picnics any ideas????

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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
I have a week out with the kids planned and dont want to sound like a skint flint but I need lots of groceries for a picnic/carry out everyday to save money. I have so far managed to find multipack Pepsi on offer in Netto from monday, thats the drinks sorted! Trying to find the 'best' offers I can on HUKD such as Walkers multipack crisps-oh did I mention my kids are so fussy and will only eat brands! Need ideas for cakes biscuits bread oh allsorts really.Please help if you can x
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6y, 3m agoPosted 6 years, 3 months ago
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#1
you could bake some muffins, they're always extra yummy home made and cheaper too :)
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Morrisons Family Picnic Meal Deal £4.00. Consists of 1 of each of the following:-
Bagged Salad
Bag of 4 x Sausage rolls
12 x white rolls
Turkey Ham
Salad Tomatoes
Taoato Pasta Salad
1L 7UP
Coleslaw

http://www.morrisons.co.uk/Offers/Picnic-meal-deal/
banned#4
I grow my own salad.

The neighbour's kids were helping themselves to my lettuce earlier :3
banned#5
Buy a knife and make them catch their own food in the local woods.

Boiled sparrow will make their bones stronger
#6
missp27
you could bake some muffins, they're always extra yummy home made and cheaper too :)


Tesco do a muffin kit really easy to do and only about 95p to make about 6!
#7
dmtuk
missp27
you could bake some muffins, they're always extra yummy home made and cheaper too :)
Tesco do a muffin kit really easy to do and only about 95p to make about 6!

nooooo....!! proper home made :) the kits are never as nice :)
#8
poundland do named crisps n cakes ect they doin a 10pk of walkers for £1 at the min
#9
go somewhere like homebargains or b&m for crisps/cakes/biccies
b&m do bread aswel
aldi does a nice loaf, that my super picky brother who only eats warburtons said was lovely, they also do lots of nice cheap sweets, unwrap some and stick them in a tub and the kids wont know the difference, and youll be ble to get some cheap cakes 2, get some plain fairy buns and get the kids to decorate them before they go with icing and smarties or something
#10
missp27
dmtuk
missp27
you could bake some muffins, they're always extra yummy home made and cheaper too :)
Tesco do a muffin kit really easy to do and only about 95p to make about 6!


nooooo....!! proper home made :) the kits are never as nice :)


Morrisons Triple chocolate muffin kit (in a box) at 80p is actually surprisingly good, but the vanilla cupcake kit (in a packet) at 79p was a disaster.
suspended#11
tesco are doing the mr kipling 6 pack of cakes for 65p
#12
Farmfoods do 2 loaves of Hovis bread for £1. They also have sweets and choc's on offer.

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