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yummymummy05 wrote: »
I love this grocery challenge! - I have run out of bread, ham and corned beef so no sadwiches for OH next week I'm going to be creative I still have 4 portions of leek and potato soup in the freezer
LittleEmms wrote: »
I'm intrigued how you freeze leek & potato soup? Do you have special container thingies (i love that word ... thingies... )
Rachel021967 wrote: »
I spent 50p at a coffee morning and £4.06 on milk from the milkman. That leaves £29.90 to last the month. I think we will go over but I'll do my best to make it as little as possible.Yummymummy05 thank you for your reply. I'll try weaning my little girl onto tesco value fromage frais.
I feel really mean today as I refused to buy my middle daughter Heinz vegetable soup as it had gone up to 88p a tin. I thought I could make a large pot of soup for that. So she went out and bought her own soup out of her pocket money.
I made veggie mince with porridge today and they loved it so much they went back for seconds.
MRSMCAWBER wrote: »
You can use empty marge/ice cream tubs or anything (just remember not to fill to the top as liquid expands when it freezes and will push the lid off)
Sometimes I also put a food bag into a tub, fill it and place in the freezer... once its frozen you can lift the block out and tie it up;)
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