What’s In My Fridge & Pantry?

I don’t know about you, but I love looking into others fridge and pantry. I’m always intrigued by what people stock up on. The purpose of this post is to showcase my lovely fridge and pantry because for the month of February I am vowing not to spend any money on grocery items. The goal for this is to learn to be creative and come up with meal ideas with what I currently have on hand. Also, spoiler alert, I am planning a grocery haul in March for only $100 to last me the entire month. Freebies will include the spices I have, however other than that, $100 will go to an entire month worth of food. More information on that in a later post, back to this post.

After I am done showcasing my hull, I am going to make an Excel document and do an inventory of my food. With that, I am hoping to use the document to plan out and brainstorm meal ideas. Looking at all of my pictures, I really need to add more vegetables in my life haha. Well, enough chit chat, onto the pictures!

So as you can see, there are plenty of options available to me for the next month, probably too many. They key is to use my noggin in order to come up with meal ideas. I jotted everything down in a spreadsheet, so hopefully having something to look at quickly will help me come up with meals. If you have any ideas for my food items, let me know! Well, I think that does it here from me! Until next time!

2 thoughts on “What’s In My Fridge & Pantry?”

  1. Ha! I do this with people’s carts in the grocery. When I am on my game I get all judgey about what they’re putting in theirs…haha. You plan sounds like a good one. Hang in there!


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