i'm trying to make a list of food to buy at walmart?
Topic: i'm trying to make a list of food to buy at walmart?
April 19, 2019 / By Dye Question:
Please help with my food list for walmart?
i'm trying to make a list of food to buy at walmart, im on a tight buget.
we dont have a stove that works right now so nothing that we would have to bake/boil on a stove/oven.
we do have a skillet and a cheap plug in grilling machine thing.
the one who can list as many different things gets the most points. i already have your basic milk, bread,meat veggies. what else like for fast meals?
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Burt | 2 days ago
Get some eggs. They are a good source of cheap protein. You can make scrambled eggs in your electric skillet, french toast, etc. Cans of corn beef hash can make a substantial "breakfast for dinner" meal. Brown it in your skillet Ham and eggs, etc.
Sandwich meats are simple. Buy whatever fits in your budget.
Grilled cheese sandwiches in your skillet with canned soup heated in microwave (if you have one).
Boneless pork chops can be fairly inexpensive. Marinade them in oil, vinegar, garlic and spices, then grill them in your grilling machine.
Hot dogs are inexpensive and require only a little heating. Either your skillet or grill will do.
To avoid a totally unhealthy diet, get some bags of fruit - oranges, apples. They can be inexpensive if you buy a whole bag.
Baby carrots are great for munching and rounding out your diet.
If you can put a lid on your electric skillet, make some rice and beans mixes. They are filling and have pretty decent nutrition (protein, fiber).
Refried beans, cheese, salsa and tortillas. Make bean buritos or queadillas in your skillet
If you have a microwave, get some frozen veggies to round out your meals and nutrition.
Peanut butter: In sandwiches, on crackers, as a dip for baby carrots. Filling, inexpensive, decent nutrition (especially if you don't have a lot of other food during the day).
There are some already-cooked rice and bean pouches on the shelves these days. They aren't super cheap, but they are a filling meal. You'd just have to heat them up in your skillet or the microwave.
If you don't have a microwave, see if you can pick on up at your local thrift store (salvation army, etc). You may even find an old stove there.
If you belong to a church, talk to them. There may be people in your congregation looking to donate old stoves and other kitchen appliances.
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Originally Answered: What is the best brand of wet cat food to buy at walmart?
Special Kitty is about the worst of the foods you can buy. None of the foods you can get at Walmart are very good, I'm afraid. Think of food as an investment in your cats health. Feeding a better quality food will pay off by avoiding vet bills down the road. However, I understand that money is an issue with people. There are better foods out there for not a lot more money. Take a trip to Petsmart, and price Max Cat for your cat. It isn't the greatest, but significantly better than Special Kitty! Two other good ones are Petsmart's Authority brand, and also Nutro. Yes, they are more expensive than Special Kitty, but they won't harm your cat either. It's like comparing the price of a package of hot dogs to a package of chicken. yes, the hot dogs are cheaper, but which has more nutrition for you?
Those huge poos? That's from all the corn and grain in the Special Kitty. Cats can't digest corn, yet that's what Special Kitty is made from. Feed a higher quality food and you'll see a big difference in their coats, and lots less in the litter box!
Freezer section, one dish skillet meals should be fast and haven't tried them, so not sure how tasty they are. Pancakes, french toast, grilled sandwiches, burgers, bratwurst or hot dogs, chicken, you could even do some grilled veggies, squash, eggplant, etc. Make breakfast for dinner, grilled shrimp & salad w/bread sticks. I think that a grocery store would be cheaper than buying food at walmart, unless you have a super walmart...
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with a skillet you can fry hamburger then get some can vegetables you can heat in a pot, with the skillet you could also fry chicken or most anything. haven't got a pot--you can buy one at a thrift store very cheap--thats a place where people bring the items they no longer want and give it to the store. if you want desert walmart has an area where they candy....you can get small candy bars like three musketeers or others in an 8 pack for $1 or you could get a half gal. of great value [store brand] ice cream for $2.50 prices are where i live in arkansas
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I had a real jerk for a landlord and no working oven for well over a year. You can bet the idiot had his hand out for his rent. I smartened up, put his rent in an escrow account and cooked my meals in a toaster oven. Wonderful inexpensive alternative and supplemented the microwave very well. Add a toaster oven to your slow cooker and microwave collection. Even those Jennie-O turkeys taste pretty darned good on Thanksgiving! Now you can cook anything.
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My husband and I didnt have anything to cook with besides a microwave for months. Fresh fruit (especially grapes, oranges, bananas) and raw veggies (baby carrots, pepper slices, brocolli florets) are a great way to curb hunger and keep you healthy at the same time instead of snacking on junk food.
Here are some that are cheap and these are all microwave recipes- also make great leftovers..
Microwave Stuffed Cabbage
* 8 cabbage leaves
* 2 tablespoons oil
* 1 medium onion finely chopped
* 1/2 pound mushrooms finely chopped
* 1 cup quick cooking white rice
* 1/2 cup parmesan cheese
* 1/2 teaspoon salt
* 1 teaspoon pepper
* 16 ounces Spaghetti sauce
* 1/2 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
Trim rib of each cabbage leaf very thin. In 11 by 7 inch baking dish, cook cabbage leaves and 2 tablespoons water, covered on high 8 to 10 minutes until tender, drain. Set aside. In a 2 quart casserole, cook oil and onion, covered on high 3 minutes. Add mushrooms; cook covered, 3 to 4 minutes until tender. Stir in uncooked rice, cheese, salt and pepper. On center of each cabbage leaf, place about 1/3 cup rice mixture. Fold bottom of leaf over filling, fold sides toward center. Roll tightly, jelly roll fashion. In 11 by 7 inch baking dish, arrange cabbage rolls seam sides down. Pour spaghetti sauce over cabbage rolls. Cook, covered on high 8 to 12 minutes until tender, rotating dish halfway through cooking. Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese; let stand, covered 3 minutes.
Sweet and Sour Meatballs (serve over quick cooking white rice)
* 1 1/2 pounds ground beef
* 1 egg
* 1/2 cup water
* 1/2 cup fine dry bread crumbs
* 1 bottle chili sauce
* 6 ounces grape jelly
* 2 teaspoons lemon juice
Mix hamburger, egg, bread crumbs and water until well blended. In a deep 3 quart casserole, combine chili sauce, grape jelly and lemon juice. Shape mixture into small meatballs and place in sauce. Heat 12 minutes on full power, skim off fat, stir. Heat 8 minutes on full power until sauce bubbles and meatballs are cooked.
Applesauce Barbecue Ribs
1 medium onion, thinly sliced and separated into rings
1 tablespoon margarine or butter
1 cup applesauce
1/2 cup catsup
2 tablespoons lemon juice
1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon pepper
2 1/2 pound pork spareribs, cut into 2 or 3 rib pieces
Mix onion and margarine in a small bowl. Microwave at High (100%) until tender, 3 to 5 minutes. Stir in remaining ingredients except spareribs. Microwave at High (100%) until hot and bubbly, 4 to 6 minutes, stirring 2 or 3 times during cooking. Set barbecue sauce aside.
Arrange spareribs in 10-inch square casserole. Spread with 3/4 cup of the barbecue sauce. Cover tightly with plastic wrap. Microwave at High (100%) for 5 minutes. Reduce power to Medium (50%). Microwave 20 minutes. Rearrange and turn spareribs over. Cover. Microwave at Medium (50%) until fork-tender, 20 to 25 minutes. If using oven other than Sharp Carousel, rotate baking dish every 10 minutes during cooking. Drain.
Spread remaining barbecue sauce over spareribs.
1 package of Italian sausage (or brats if you prefer)
1 green bell pepper sliced into rings
1 half vidalia onion sliced into rings
1 package large hot dog buns
In medium sized dish, microwave onions on high for 3 minutes with a tablespoon of butter. Add peppers, microwave on high 1 additional minute. Add 2 tablespoons of water and sausages, microwave 4 minutes. Cut one sausage open to check doneness- microwave 1 minute more until completely cooked. Serve on buns with mustard.
"Baked" potatoes are good in the microwave- poke a few deep holes in them and wrap in a damp paper towel, microwave on high for 5 minutes for each potatoe- load them up with shredded cheese, butter, sour cream and chives.
"Baked" sweet potatoes are also good- cook the same way but top with brown sugar, a pinch of salt, a bigger pinch of black pepper, and pats of butter.
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Originally Answered: What is the best dog food from Walmart to put weight on my dog?
Slim is good for mastiff's less strain on their legs and hips.
That being said.. walmart sells Iam's Active dog food. Feed your dog that amount listed for what he SHOULD weigh. not what he currently weighs if you think he is underweight. Divide that amount into 3 or if your able 4 feedings. Smaller feedings make it easier for him to eat a larger amount of food over the course of a day.
Also, schedule a visit to your vet to see if there is a medical reason for his condition, if you haven't done so already. Worms, thyroid and a number of other medical reason can stop a dog from gaining weight.