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The Freshest Picks from the Food Basics Weekly Ad

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Plan your healthy meals accordingly with the help of Food Basics Weekly Ad.

A lot of people think that they can’t shop on a budget if they want to eat healthier. This isn’t true, though. With Food Basics Weekly Ad, you can enjoy lower prices for the fresh produce. This will help you enjoy healthier meals at lower prices.

To help you plan healthier meals, here are some marked down products from Food Basics for this week and a few dish suggestions that you can try.

1. Prime Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Family Pack for $5.88/lbPrime Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Family Pack for $5.88:lb - WeeklyAdPrices.com

Chicken breast is everyone’s go to lean protein and there are lots of ways how you can prepare it. Here are a few dishes that you can try:

  • Parmesan Chicken with Caesar Roasted Romaine
  • Chicken Breasts Dijon
  • Moroccan Chicken Stew
  • Chicken Roulade
  • Couscous Stuffed Chicken
  • Chicken Burger
  1. Pork Back Ribs for $6.88/lb

While ribs aren’t exactly the healthiest meat option out there, no one can deny that it’s a great cut of meat. Besides, indulging a little from time to time wouldn’t hurt. Some healthy dishes using this ingredient include:

  • Paleo Oven Baked Honey Garlic Ribs
  • Slow Cooker BBQ Ribs
  • Korean BBQ Ribs

3. Prime Extra Lean Ground Turkey for $5.88/pack

Lean ground turkey is also a good substitute for fattier ground meats like beef and pork. But what do you do with it? Here are some suggestions:

  • Extra Lean Ground Turkey Fried Rice
  • Thai Turkey Salad
  • Turkey-Barley Vegetable Soup
  • Pasta With Turkey and Broccoli

4. Red or Green Seedless Grapes for $1.88/lb

Grapes are excellent sources of vitamins, making them great additions to your healthy diet. Aside from eating them on their own, you can also use them for these recipes:

  • Chicken Waldorf Salad
  • Grape and Fennel Salad
  • Grape-Rosemary Focaccia
  • Chicken Cutlets with Grape-Shallot Sauce

5. Field Tomatoes for 88¢/lb

Packed with lycopene’s and stuff good for your skin and heart, tomatoes are great for your heart. Here are some ways to cook it:

  • Black Bean Quesadillas
  • Cheese & Spinach Stuffed Portobellos
  • Ravioli & Vegetable Soup

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