Funny Thing About Stockpiles…. (Saved 50% At Harris Teeter)

… if you keep eating out of them without grocery shopping you run out of food.

So tonight when I went to Harris Teeter I needed to do some serious grocery shopping to restock some things I usually like to have in the house (think lots of tomato soup).

My original total was $77.57 and the total after coupons and sales was $36.05.

Here was what I brought home:

3 boxes of Heart Smart Bisquick

Heinz Dip and Squeeze Ketchup

2 boxes of Betty Crocker Potatoes

2 4-packs of Dole Peaches stored in 100% juice

French’s Fried Onions

7 cans of tomato soup

4 bowls of Campbell’s microwaveable soup

2 jars of Smuckers Simply Fruit Jam

1 box of Deboles Whole Wheat Pasta

Bananas

Apples

Grapes ($.99 a pound for green seedless)

Carrots

3 boxes Green Giant Frozen Vegetables

2 bags Green Giant Steamers

So with the chicken I have from Zaycon I should be pretty good for a while for my meals.  So thankful to see my kitchen full again!

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Comments

  1. Valerie says

    I am working on using up my stockpiles… Got a little carried away for a while. Havebought mostly only perishables for the past fee months. Hard to stay away during triples!