Want to start saving money on your groceries? You’ve come to the right place. Here’s a round up of all my best posts cutting down your food bill.
Saving money on groceries is definitely one of my strong points. In fact, it’s probably strongest point. You name a food and I can tell you way to find it for less. You name a supermarket and I can tell you ways to save there. I love spending less on food.
Where to start
If your looking for ways to start saving money on your groceries then the following posts are for you;
I spent the whole of last year spending just £50 a month on my groceries and have continued that budget into this year as well. Yes, it is a challenge and occasionally we do overspend but it has made us so much more aware of our spending. We account for every single item we pick up and put in out trolley or basket.
There is also my post 17 tips to reduce your groceries spending in 2017 full of simple hints and tips for getting your spending down.
One of the biggest ways I save on my weekly shop is by buying food that has been reduced as it is short dated. There are so many more benefits to this besides just saving money.
Coupons & Apps
Another great way to save on your groceries is using coupons. You can find my beginners guide to being a crazy coupon lady (or man) here.
There are also a multitude of phone apps that can save you money. The best bit is the all regularly have offers that allow you to pick up items completely FREE. Try these apps to save hundreds on your grocery bills each year.
Using some of the above apps I was actually able to make a lovely Christmas Hamper for under £3.
If you are looking to save at specific supermarket then these are the posts for you
A little while ago I wrote a guest post for the lovely Kelly over at ReducedGrub.com. If you feel that spending less will mean less luxuries think again. This post covers how to save on posh ice cream, fancy chocolate and one of my favourite treats, Krispy Kreme Donuts.
I also recommended checking out her comprehensive list of supermarket reduction times
There’s no point saving money on food if your not going to love your leftovers! Try these recipes that you can make using Sunday lunch leftovers chucked into the slow cooker on a Monday morning.
If you’re worried about eating takeaway leftovers the next day check out this post on how to store them correctly so they are safe to eat.
I have written this post all about saving money on groceries when you are vegan, which includes top tips for getting Vegan chocolate for less. I also have a post all about ways to save when you have a food intolerance.
I hope these tips help you to start saving money on your groceries.