Mum’s meal prepping tricks she swears by for a streamlined week

An Australian mother-of-two has shared the meal prepping tricks she swears by, and revealed how sticking to them means she is both organised and able to keep her grocery bill under $150 for many weeks of the year.

Posting on Facebook, the woman said she likes to bulk buy once every few months at Costco and then she just does ‘top-up shops’ in the other weeks to save cash.

The woman said she also ‘sorts’ her vegetables into glass containers that represent different dinners for various nights of the week.

This means she just has to remove a container from her fridge and cook the contents when it comes to making the dinner for her young family.

An Australian mother-of-two has shared the meal prepping tricks she swears by, and revealed how sticking to them means she is more organised (her grocery shop pictured)

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The woman said she also ‘sorts’ her vegetables into glass containers that represent different dinners for various nights of the week (pictured) 

‘After my Costco shop yesterday, today I did a regular shop at Coles to complete our meal plan,’ the woman, named Rachael, posted on Facebook.

‘I didn’t need any meat as I bought all of that at Costco yesterday and 우아미서버 I probably have about a month’s worth right now.

‘Today I spent $106. Yesterday, it was $230. My shops for the next month will probably be around the $100 mark to even that out and 리니지프리서버하는법 over the course of the year, my budget is no more than $150 per week.’

Rachael continued by saying that bulk buying is good for her, 리니지 as it allows her to stock up on what she knows she will need when it is on special offer, without having to compromise on the brands she loves.

This means she just has to remove a container from her fridge and cook the contents when it comes to making the dinner for her young family (pictured: the veg for each meal of the week)

Rachael showed how it all fits into her fridge (pictured) neatly and this means she never spends more than $150 per week on groceries 

When it comes to her meal prepping tricks, Rachael said it’s all about getting organised.