Weekly Menu Plan + Top Hy-Vee Sales (11.4.20)

By Carla Fletcher

Before perusing our menu plan, be sure to check out 10 Thanksgiving Tips Our Readers Swear By to help you start preparing for a stress-free holiday!

Our free Weekly Menu Plan is here to help you save time and money, eat healthier, and bring your family together around the table. Even if you don’t live near a Hy-Vee, you can still use our plan for the meal ideas.

Here’s what you’ll find on our weekly menu plan…

  • Recipes You’ll Love: Our family-friendly recipes are simple and made with recognizable, real food ingredients. Pick and choose what works for you.
  • Top Weekly Sales: Don’t waste time scouring the sales. We’ve done it for you! Our menu plan is based around the top real food (no junk!) sale items we find at Hy-Vee that week, so you can save money by shopping smartly. If you don’t have a Hy-Vee, no sweat. Our plan will still work great!
  • Stock Up and Save: To save even more money, stock up on those hot Hy-Vee deals and store them for later using our instructions.

Sponsored by Hy-Vee (Columbia)

All Hy-Vee sales below run from 11.4.20 through 11.10.20 unless otherwise specified.

Avocados, $.48/each (limit 6) Stock Up and Save: Peel, seed, slice or mash, add lemon juice and freeze for up to 3 months. (Check out this post for more info on freezing avocados!)

Hy-Vee Midwest Pork thick-cut bone-in loin or center cut chops, $2.99/lb. Stock Up and Save: Wrap tightly and store in freezer for up to 9 months.

Hy-Vee fresh boneless skinless chicken breasts, $1.97/lb. Stock Up and Save: Wrap tightly and store in freezer for up to 9 months.

Hy-Vee Angus Reserve boneless beef New York strip or skirt steak, $8.99/lb. Stock Up and Save: Wrap tightly and store in freezer for up to 9 months.

Columbine red seedless grapes, $.97/lb. Stock Up and Save: Wash, dry, and freeze on baking sheet. Transfer to a freezer container for 8-10 months.

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Pro Tip: Most of our main dish recipes include freezing instructions, so you can double and freeze a batch for later.

Monday:

Tuesday:

Wednesday (Breakfast for Dinner):

Thursday:

Friday:

Saturday:

Sunday:

More Menu Planning Tips:

For more easy, healthy recipe ideas, download and print off our Top 10 Easy Freezer Meals!


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  1. Judy McCormick says:

    I am always looking for a way to get new meal ideas and this is great because you help me with the shopping list too. I can’t thank you enough

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