Firstly, this post is VERY VERY late! I had it drafted but it turns out I forgot about it completely for more than a month. I’m going to reiterate, once again, that we didn’t run this challenge in October because we can’t afford food. We are fortunate that money isn’t tight these days. However, despite this I think that it is good to have an overhaul from time to time. Having a month where I really had to think about saving money, and cutting back, sees us in good stead for the months ahead. Anyway, here are =my £100 grocery challenge results!
If you’re a regular reader of mine you probably like to make money and maybe even save money too. Just because you’re earning a nice amount of money online, thanks to my favourite websites, doesn’t mean that you need to overspend when it comes to groceries. I’ve wrote a post before on ways to avoid overspending on groceries and Approved Food is a fantastic way to make savings – up to 70% on selected items!
There are a vast array of ways that you can save money on your food shopping. Today I am going to share some of my favourite tips with you.
Keep a well stocked store cupboard
This has to be one of my favourite ways to save money on your food shopping. I have a number of staple items that I try to always keep in stock. I keep items for cake making, bread baking and cooking fast meals. For example I always have pasta, or pasta flour, in stock so I can make a quick pasta meal. I have a pasta maker which allows me to make fresh pasta almost as fast as it takes to cook dry pasta.