Kim Grant shares super savvy shopping list to ease mealtime pressures during the October Break-
Local mum, Kim Grant, has unveiled how to stretch your budget this October break and comfortably feed a family of four for just £25.
Kim has taken to Aldi Scotland’s aisles to scour the latest deals and budget friendly produce to create a series of seven dinners, with plenty of leftovers for lunches.
Aldi Scotland offers a range of produce at discounted prices making it the perfect store for shoppers who want to get more for their money, without compromising on quality.
Recipe 1: Scotch Beef mince & tatties £5.10
Recipe 2: Smoky tomato & halloumi pasta bake £4.32
Recipe 3: Creamy Tuscan chicken pasta £6.01
Recipe 4: Chicken noodle stir fry £5.34
Recipe 5: Potato wedges and Scotch Beef mince £0
Recipe 6: Tuscan chicken filled wraps £0.85
Recipe 7: Specially Selected Scotch Beef quarter pounders, potato wedges and peas £4.33
Kim said: “The October Break can be a bit of a stress for families when you’re trying to stretch your budget to include breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks. I have managed to perfect my shopping list and can get a week’s worth of dinners for £25.95 and they’re generous portions meaning lots of leftovers for me and my family.”
Aldi was crowned UK’s cheapest supermarket in 2021 by consumer champion Which? and has been named as the cheapest UK supermarket for June, July, August and September 2022 by the same consumer champions. Aldi guarantees some of the most competitive pricing on Scottish food and drink, while still retaining the highest quality in its products.
You can find your nearest Aldi here.
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