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Free ALDI Meal Plan week of 6/24/18 – 6/30/18

weekly ALDI meal plan for the week of 6/24/18

It’s your easy weekly ALDI meal plan for the week of 6/24/18: Pick up everything on the shopping list below, then start cooking on Sunday.

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18 months and 27 pounds later…

Hey! So one of the reasons I started getting serious about meal planning and cooking almost all of our meals at home lo these 18 months ago was out of a determination to cut down on processed foods and added sugars. How has this worked out for me? For starters, I’ve lost 27 lbs so far…

And my loss is literally your gain, since we’re now also a good 18 months into these weekly ALDI meal plans: Happy a little-over-a-year-and -a-half-iversary!

ANYway, let’s get back to this week’s ALDI meal plan…

Let’s get ready to make six complete dinners for a family of four, just $60.00 out the door! Hope you find the free ALDI meal plans useful, and you can just scroll down under the grocery list to find an easy printable shopping list for your week. (This is in Word format, but you should be able to open in Wordpad or Google Docs if you don’t have Word.)

ALDI meal planning week of 6/24/18 – 6/30/18

I’m assuming here that you already have pantry basics like cooking oil, condiments, and spices. 🙂 *** Read through the recipes before you shop to make sure you have the necessary pantry staples on hand.

Six Easy Dinners from ALDI for $60.00

ALDI meal plan — Start cooking 6/24/18

ALDI shopping list — Shop through 6/23/18

Dairy & refrigerated

32 oz Friendly Farms plain whole milk Greek yogurt, $3.69
8 oz block Happy Farms sharp cheddar, $1.99
Happy Farms feta crumbles, $2.19


Southern Grove pepitas, $2.19
Specially Selected naan, $3.79
L’Oven Fresh spinach wraps, $2.29
3 lbs Earthly Grains long grain white rice, $1.29
Box Chef’s Cupboard chicken broth, $1.29
Can Chef’s Cupboard chicken broth, $.49
2 cans Dakota’s Pride chickpeas, $1.38


1.5 lbs 80/20 ground beef, $4.49
4.25 lbs boneless skinless chicken breast, $7.18
12 oz Never Any spinach feta chicken sausage, $2.99


2 lbs lemons, $2.49
16 oz SimplyNature organic spring mix salad, $3.99
8 oz bag Little Salad Bar spinach, $1.19
Cucumber, $.59
8 oz mushrooms, $1.49
1 medium-to-large head of cauliflower, $1.59
1 lb asparagus, $1.99
Bunch green onions, $.99
Pint blueberries, $2.29
3 heads garlic, $1.49
3 lbs yellow onions, $1.99
4 pack fresh corn on the cob, $1.69
Pint grape tomatoes, $1.49
3 avocados, $2.07

That comes to $60.69.

Or, maybe less… 🙂 These meals will likely run you even less if you supplement this week’s ALDI purchases with clearance meat you already have in your freezer, pantry staples you picked up on sale, produce you already have on hand, and/or sale produce from your local produce market. Let me know if you give it a try!

*** Download this week’s shopping list in Word format so that you can edit and add in your own meal ideas, remove items you already have on hand, change regional pricing to match your own store, etc. *** The day(s) next to each item show which meals use each ingredient, so that you can easily see what to delete from the shopping list if you’re skipping a night.

Things to know about the ALDI meal plans

A couple of notes

  1. I try not to repeat main dish recipes more often than once a month, but you will see favorite easy recipes come up again in these weekly ALDI meal plans as the same meats and produce items come up again on sale. Part of the fun of meal planning lies in mixing old stand-bys with something new each week.
  2. If one or more of these recipes isn’t to your taste, or if you have other ingredients to use, you can adapt the recipes in this ALDI meal plan to your family’s preferences — or just use the ideas here to supplement your own meal planning. See: Pantry staples to stock up on and how to modify a meal plan for your family.

** Ad markets and dates

This week’s ALDI meal plan reflects prices from the current week’s ad (running 6/17-6/23 in Sunday ad markets, and 6/20-6/26 in Wednesday ad markets). Non-advertised prices were collected on 6/20/18 at my local store in the Chicago suburbs, but non-advertised prices and produce deals *may vary* by location & region. In either ad market, shop any time through Saturday and start cooking on Sunday 6/24/18.

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Happy ALDI shopping and cooking this week, everyone!

Useful resources for meal planning + ALDI shopping

Let’s close things out today with just a few resources to help you out with your meal planning and ALDI shopping:

You can always access your current regional ALDI ad here.


Monday 25th of June 2018

So glad you guys have been enjoying the meal plans! Welcome. :)

William Grayson Alderson

Sunday 24th of June 2018

My family is relatively new to meal planning but we stumbled across your website and absolutely love all of your recipees! We are going through some financial struggle and budgetting around your weekly plans has helped us out tremendously! Plus we feel like we are eating healthier than we ever were before! We just had the beef gyros and pan roasted corn. Let me tell you, it was to die for! Amazing recipee! Keep it up because you have a lifetime follower here!


Saturday 23rd of June 2018

I've been using your meal plans for a couple of months now and I just wanted to thank you for all the work that you put into these meals! Thank you for sharing them with us all! It is such a huge help! Also, congratulations on the health journey!


Saturday 23rd of June 2018

I love you, mashupmom! Your Aldi meal plans are my favorite mom hack. Thank you so much for all the work you put into this healthy, affordable, simple and delicious meal plan.


Friday 22nd of June 2018

I love your blog and the Aldi meal plans have saved my life ... But I have had an issue with Aldi fruits and veggies, it seems by about Wednesday or Thursday my house has a bunch of fruit flies and my fruit and vegetables are getting gross. What's the trick .... I hate throwing away half my ingredients because of it.


Saturday 23rd of June 2018

:( sorry. Try refrigerating what you can, or rearrange the days so that the more perishable produce is at the beginning of the week. Some people also pre-cook more than one meal on Sundays, so you could try that -- or if there's fruit as a side, buy half and then if you have an ALDI close enough for quick trips make a supplemental mid-week trip and swap out for current sale fruits.

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