A SAVVY supersaver has revealed a bargain supermarket shopping list which could fill you up for the week for under £15.
Thrifty aisle-sweeper Eilish Stout-Cairns listed the 14 products she says she can buy for just £14.51 at Asda – urging others to do so too.
The 27-year-old actress from Newcastle insisted to consumer site LatestDeals.co.uk the items were cheaper than in rival supermarkets.
Her shopping list's must-have food options include pesto pasta, porridge with jam and a jacket potato with baked beans.
She told the site: "When it’s close to the end of the month or I need to cut back due to unexpected costs cropping up, I use this shopping list to keep my grocery spend in check.
"It’s great because I can stock up on essential items and still snack between meals if I get peckish – but I’m spending less than £15 per week."
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She told how her nearest store was an Asda one and their Just Essentials range seems to "work best" for her, including porridge oats costing 90p for 1kg and lasting a fortnight.
She also adds protein with 15 eggs priced at £1.99, offering the potential of egg on toast or else veggie omelettes – while other lunchtime favourites include soup or a jacket potato.
Treats her budget go-to menu still permits include ready salted crisps and ginger nut biscuits.
She added:: "By weaving super-cheap items into your shopping list, you can afford to budget for more expensive items so you’re eating decent, filling meals."
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The website's co-founder Tom Church praised her coming up with "a super low-cost shopping list which anyone can replicate to save month themselves".
Comments in response included "Good for her" – but there were also complaints Asda's Just Essentials options were not always available.
Meanwhile, home cooks have been advised on various "lazy food hacks" including one to help jazz up a 90p Asda pizza.
Another shopper has told of the three things he always adds to his trolley at Iceland and why that never includes pasta.
Others have recommended Waitrose as a potentially-surprising option for bagging a pack of biscuits and coffee for just 30p.
Readers of The Sun have also been recommended lesser-known loyalty schemes where you can get free food, coffee and petrol.
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