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Feed a family for a week for £50 sainsbury new meal plan
Feed a family for a week for £50 sainsbury new meal plan

Feed a family for a week for £50 sainsbury new meal plan

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Feed a family of 4 for £50 as title says, new meal plan out!!

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Original Poster

Our £50 meal planner could make a huge difference to more than just your shopping bill. How about these for starters:

Get inspired
Stuck making the same old things at mealtimes? We'll show you how to revamp family dinners and even find new favourites. And with ideas for breakfast and lunch as well, you'll have the week covered.

Eat healthier
Our meal plan has the British Nutrition Foundation thumbs up. It even includes your 5 a day. Bear in mind, though, children have varying nutritional needs, especially when under 4. For more advice, go to our littleones website.

Add up the savings
With your whole week's worth of meals planned out, you'll be able to avoid making impulse buys. And less will end up in the bin too. Wasted food costs the average family £680 a year, so it could make you a big saving.

More time for you
We've written up the shopping lists, and made sure our recipes are easy to follow. So you've got more time for yourself, and your family. There are even places where you can involve your little helpers – look out for this symbol.
Ready to get stuck in?

not good sorry. peanut butter on toast, sandwiches, muesli. haven't given heat either way, but not for me

let them eat cake!

Original Poster

It's a good starting point and then change as you see fit, we won't be having the peanut butter on toast, prob get box of wheatabix and extra bananas!

It's quite a good gimmick as marketting goes but there's no way my teenage son would survive on the meals on this menu.

Even if I starved the Mrs and gave him her portion he'd be in the cupboards within an hour of eating.

Original Poster

Yes you could get the items from different stores, and there is nothing stoping you printing the list off and doing that. I woul say it is a deal, as gives you meals to cover a full week and the shopping list.

It's only like the build your own pc posts that get posted and list all the components you need!!

What sainsbury have done is give people with a family a meal planner and make it easy to add to yoir basket and buy it saving you both time and money!!!

Original Poster

Yes you could get the items from different stores, and there is nothing stoping you printing the list off and doing that. I woul say it is a deal, as gives you meals to cover a full week and the shopping list.

It's only like the build your own pc posts that get posted and list all the components you need!!

What sainsbury have done is give people with a family a meal planner and make it easy to add to yoir basket and buy it saving you both time and money!!!

Not a good deal, none of the products are on offer or cheap. Its just pointing out that theoretically you can feed a family for £50 if you eat small portions and don't much care what you eat.

I suppose it's educational and gets people thinking about healthy choices. But I am not convinced that Sainsburys is the best on price. Price-wise, here's my ranking of Supermarkets by price (exc. Costco, Amazon food deals, B&M, etc)

1. Aldi
2. Lidl
3. Asda
4. Tesco
5. Sainsbury
6. Marks and Spencer
7. Waitrose

matedodgy

I suppose it's educational and gets people thinking about healthy … I suppose it's educational and gets people thinking about healthy choices. But I am not convinced that Sainsburys is the best on price. Price-wise, here's my ranking of Supermarkets by price (exc. Costco, Amazon food deals, B&M, etc)1. Aldi2. Lidl3. Asda4. Tesco5. Sainsbury6. Marks and Spencer7. Waitrose



Aw, you missed out my favourite - Morrisons!!

Original Poster

The portions are not small, when we last did this we were surprised by the amount of some of the meals, and the food isn't of poor quality. Yes some of the things are from the basic range but it gets you cooking meals from fresh so staying away from ready meals or take aways!!

askew80

The portions are not small, when we last did this we were surprised by … The portions are not small, when we last did this we were surprised by the amount of some of the meals, and the food isn't of poor quality. Yes some of the things are from the basic range but it gets you cooking meals from fresh so staying away from ready meals or take aways!!



Which anyone with any sense or working with a limited budget does anyway.

maccy1

Aw, you missed out my favourite - Morrisons!!



hehe edit ftw
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