May 16, 2013 by Lauren
The weather’s warming up significantly so I fear I’ll be using that oven less and less (though, I have a great pork roast that I’ll be doing a post on here in a bit). Seems like lots of places have basics on sale this week (marinades, dressings, etc) so seriously consider taking a look at your circular and maybe stocking up. Not a ton of meat, though, so use your freezer wisely.
*note: these deals are for Denver and Northern Colorado in general. Besides meat and dairy, most everything else is a national sale so check your own circular.
- Spend $75, get $10 — this is simple, if you spend $75 in a trip they’ll give you a coupon for $10 off (you’ll have to use it by 5/26, but no strings attached)
- Center Cut Loin Pork Chops – $1.99/lb (great deal)
- 93% Lean Ground Beef – $3.49/lb (good deal)
- JIF Peanut butter – $5/40 oz (the big jar, great deal)
- Milk – $1.99/gallon
- Chobani greek yogurt – 10/$10
- Oroweat English Muffins – BOGO (they freeze great)
- Ball Park Hot Dogs — BOGO (also freeze terrifically)
- Jennie-O Ground Turkey – $3.99/lb (good price)
- 12-pack Coke – Buy 2 Get 2
- Bertolli Olive Oil – BOGO
- KC Masterpiece BBQ Sauce – $.99
- 80% Lean Ground Beef – $1.99/lb (decent deal)
- Strawberries (1lb) – 2/$3
- Challenge Butter – $1.99/lb (great deal and great butter)
- 93% Lean Ground Beef – $2.99/lb (great deal)
- Large Avocados – $.88 each
- Zucchini – $.88/lb
- Daisy Sour Cream – $1.99/16 oz (great deal if you need that much!)
- Coffee – $7.99/lb (it’s actually pretty good)
- Blueberries – 4/$5
- Earthbound lettuce – 25% off (it’s good lettuce)
- Green Bell Peppers, Cucumbers, Cilantro, Radishes, Green Onions (Scallions) – $.49 each
- Hass Avocados $.77 each
- Broccoli/Cauliflower – $.99/lb
- Boneless Chicken – 50% off (depends on their regular price, $1.99 for breasts and thighs is great)
- Whole Cashews (raw or roasted) – $5.99
- Handmade Chicken Sausage – $2.99/lb
- They are also having a “Big Brands” sale for lots of their non Sprouts line stuff.
My Meal Plan:
- Pork Tenderloin — do you cook with this cut often? It’s incredible. Not only is it quick to cook, easy to make, and low in calories but it’s tasty and forgiving. I’ll do a post on it just because of that. And because it should become a summer staple for you.
- Chicken Sausages — our Sprouts just added a chicken bratwurst and it’s dang tasty. The grill will have to get a little of this action.
- Turkey Chili — chili can be surprisingly unhealthy, but it’s hearty and delicious. Thanks to a America’s Test Kitchen fool proof method I can make chili again.
- Stuffed Peppers — I’m still working on a recipe that I really like for these but I’m getting close. It involves a crock pot if you can believe it. And zucchini. Who’d have thought.