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Centsible Suppers with My Sweet Savings: Slow Cooker Turkey Polish Kielbasa with Green Beans and Potatoes

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One of the things that I want to do on this blog is to empower you to be a smart and savvy shopper. One of the areas that we can all definitely afford to save in is the area of groceries, right? Groceries can be such an expensive part of any family budget, so when we can find ways to save, that is always a plus!

I thought it would be fun and helpful to our budgets to come up with one weekly supper idea that is based entirely off of sale items from the grocery store. This supper will be $10 or less, and if there are applicable coupons, you can add those into the mix to really get a great deal! I will be looking at ads from several stores, but my primary focus will be Publix, Walmart, Aldi and Target. Those are the 4 stores that I primarily shop at for groceries. I may ask some of you to come up with your own ideas from time to time and share other stores in your area. That would be so much fun to get you involved in this too!

For this week, I shopped at Publix and the current Publix ad that is valid through March 31. (this week’s ad is longer because of Easter). I purchased ingredients to make Slow Cooker Turkey Polish Kielbasa with Green Beans and Potatoes. My total came in at $8.36. This is enough to feed at least 6 people.

Here is what I bought:

2 packages of Butterball Polish Turkey Kielbasa BOGO, $2.99

1 lb. red potatoes $1.64

1 small onion, $0.37

1 small can of chicken broth, $1

3 cans of Libby’s green beans, $0.52 each ($1.56 total)

1 box of Jiffy corn muffin mix

Directions: 

Cut up both packages of the turkey kielbasa into chunks and place in the slow cooker

Quarter each of the potatoes, dice the onion and place in the slow cooker

Drain and empty the green beans into the slow cooker

Add the can of chicken stock in the slow cooker

Season with salt, pepper and garlic powder

Place the slow cooker on low for 6-8 hours.

Serve with cornbread and enjoy!

My entire family loves this frugal and delicious meal!