Aldi Dump Meal Plan Slow Cooker Comfort Food Edition

Published on December 31, 2015 By Lauren

Aldi Meal Plan

I am SO excited to bring to you our 9th ALDI meal plan!

With this ALDI meal plan, you will see just how amazing the crockpot can be with such little effort! This is such a special collection of “comfort food” recipes that will keep everyone in your family coming back for seconds.

And did I mention that these are all freezer “dump” recipes? That means that preparation will be a SNAP. There is no precooking required, and you will only need to chop, measure and dump ingredients into freezer bags. Simply freeze the bags and cook in your crockpot later on.

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My “touch each ingredient once” system for putting meals together has gotten RAVE reviews. I spent hours deconstructing each recipe to create 5 charts designed to make preparation as easy as possible.

Aldi Meal Plan

If you used it on my original dump meal plan, you know just how much time this saves!

Just because these recipes are easy to put together doesn’t mean that they aren’t awesome – because they are! Check out the recipes that you will be making:

My goal at ‘I am THAT Lady’ is to simply make life easier and less expensive for the busy mom. And I can’t think of anything more helpful than a meal plan like this. It will save time and money in a BIG way.

Aldi Meal Plan

 I am so confident that this will save you SO much time and money.

If you are wondering about the green bag holders I used in the videos, you can get those here.

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Of course, you can always just purchase the printable pack for the same price and in the same way that has always been available. But if you want a little extra convenience, I want to make sure have those options too!

And here’s the shopping list needed to create all these meals:

  • (1) Burmann’s BBQ Sauce, @$0.99 each
  • (2) Jiffy Corn Bread Mix, 1 box, @$0.47 each
  • (1) Tuscan Garden Artichoke Hearts in Water, 12 oz jar, @$2.69 each
  • (1) Happy Farms Cheddar Cheese, 8 oz, @$1.79 each
  • (1) Milk, Gallon Whole or 2%, @$1.95 each
  • (1) Happy Farms Shredded Mozzarella Cheese, 16 oz, @$3.49 each
  • (1) Friendly Farms Sour Cream, 1 lb, @$1.29 each
  • (1) Garlic, jarred 7 oz, @$1.99 each
  • (1) Apples, 3 lb bag, @$2.99 each
  • (1) Carrots (bag of whole carrots), @$1.39 each
  • (2) Celery (bag of whole stalks), @$1.39 each
  • (1) Multi-Colored Peppers, 3 pk, @$3.69 each
  • (2) Onions, bag of 7-8, @$1.99 each
  • (1) Russet Potatoes, 10 lb bag, @$2.99 each
  • (1) Baby Kale, 5 oz pkg, @$2.49 each
  • (1) Cream Cheese, 8 oz, @$0.99 each
  • (3) Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast, fresh 2.5 lb pkg, @$6.98 each
  • (1) Chicken Drumsticks, 2.5 lb pkage, @$2.98 each
  • (2) Chicken Thighs, 4 lb pkage, @$4.76 each
  • (2) Chuck Roast, 2 lb each, @$9.98 each
  • (2) Ground Beef 80% Lean, 1.00 lb pkage, @$3.99 each
  • (1) Ground Beef 90% Lean, 2.25 lb pkage, @$11.98 each
  • (1) Italian Sausage Patties, 1 lb, @$3.49 each
  • (1) Pork Loin, 4 lb each, @$9.96 each
  • (2) Italian Turkey Sausage links, 1 lb pkg, @$3.49 each
  • (3) Happy Harvest Crushed Tomatoes, 28 oz, @$0.95 each
  • (1) Dakota Pride Kidney Beans, 15 oz, @$0.59 each
  • (4) Happy Harvest Tomato Sauce, 8 oz, @$0.25 each
  • (1) White Rice, 5 lb, @$2.69 each
  • (1) Season’s Choice Frozen Corn, 16 oz, @$0.89 each
  • (1) Orange Juice Concentrate, 12 oz frozen, @$0.79 each
  • (1) Frozen Spinach, 10 oz pkg, @$1.19 each
  • (2) Reggano Pasta – any type, 1 lb, @$0.99 each
  • (1) Chef’s Cupboard Bread Crumbs, 15 oz, @$0.89 each
  • (1) Reggano Egg Noodles, 1 lb, @$1.25 each
  • (1) Reggano Parmesan Cheese, 8 oz, @$2.49 each
  • (1) Reggano Spaghetti, 2 lb, @$1.59 each
  • (3) Specially Selected Italian Bread, 16 oz, @$1.69 each


  • I shopped Aldi while we lived in Germany. When we came back to the States, there were no Aldi stores near us. Now, in our final home in Milton, Florida (near Pensacola) there are no Aldi stores. I wish they would build one in Milton. I would shop there every week!

      • We’re here in Milton to from Louisiana, haven’t been here long so if u guys no any good shopping places pls. Share lol so far I have seen that the grocery outlet does have good deals on meats and can get great sales on other items as well. I was told there was a great place over in pcola that does speciality meats but couldn’t remember the name. I also like to save coupons if u ladies know of a good place to use them at. Thanks

  • Hi Lauren: I ordered this meal plan a few months ago. We loved it! Every meal was a great proportion and delicious. Can’t wait to try another one!

  • What a breeze the system you have come up with Lauren. We just did our first meal prep yesterday and it was fantastic. The trip to the store plus 2 hours and we have 20 meals ready to go. Bonus part was that I only spent 110$ as I took the beef and porkloin out of my freezer. We are trying the meatloaf tonight!!!

  • These were great but costed me $398 at the cheapest store here. A 2lb roast was 9.98 maybe 20 years ago…now it’s $30-35.

    • I paid $9.18 for a 2lb roast today at Whole Foods in San Francisco…prices can definitely fluctuate in more expensive cities like mine (and, it sounds like, yours), but sometimes you get lucky.

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