10 Meals for Under $100 at Walmart

10 meals for $10 at Walmart 3

Instead of the usual weekly menu plan this week, I am giving you 10 Meals for Under $100 at Walmart. This is a list of our families favorite recipes that you can make buying the ingredients at Walmart. Each recipe is under $10, with the exception of the Easy Cheesy Shells, it is a little over.

I am accounting for the fact that you will have basic spices and flour already in your pantry. Also, you will be over buying a little food like frozen mixed vegetables, and eggs. This is for a family of 2 adults and 2-3 kids depending on how much your little kids eat.

Prices will vary some per store, I am buying mostly Great Value Brand items unless I have a coupon that makes the name brand lower. I am adding a bagged salad to each meal and possibly a side dish if needed.

8 Can Mexican Chicken Soup - $8.80

Easy Cheesy Shells - $14.78

Buttermilk Chicken - $9.95

Taco Pasta Dinner - $8.83

Crispy Cheddar Chicken $10.58

Easy Biscuits & Gravy with Fruit $6.35

Chicken & Cheese White Enchiladas - $11.71

Beef & Egg Tortas $6.29

Chicken/Shrimp Fried Rice $7.15

Chicken Pot Pie $9.26

Total: $93.70!

Personally, I will be price matching and using coupons when I do this shopping trip, so I am expecting my total to be in the $65 range. You can check for coupons HERE in the Coupon Database.

Click to print 10 for $100 recipes

You can print the 10 recipes HERE, or click the image above.

Shopping List 10 for $100 WalmartClick HERE to print your shopping list for your trip!

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Comments

  1. Suzanne says

    This is awesome, Tiffany! So helpful. Thank you for taking the time to print this all out and share it with us!

  2. dusti burrows says

    your ingredient list is missing ricotta cheese. I found it the hard way:( thanks for the post, we are trying them all in hopes of finding some new recipes that the family will eat:)

    • Tiffany says

      No I have cottage cheese in place of the ricotta. I should mention either option on the recipe. You are welcome to get the Ricotta, it is more expensive.

  3. Ronda S says

    Love that you use cottage cheese! My mom taught me this trick in my first lasagna, and I’ve never bought ricotta. Thanks for more great recipes!

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