In this episode of Healthy Family Project, we talk to Ashleigh Evans of Dash of Evans all about how to grocery shop on a budget. Ashleigh loves to show fellow parents how to feed their family AND save money, all while eating healthy.

Today, we chat about ways to save money at the grocery store, set and stick to your family budget, and how to prevent food waste and make the most of your groceries.

As a busy mom of 4, Ashleigh Evans has no problem taking a little help from the store. On her blog Dash of Evans, she loves to create delicious recipes with easy to find ingredients. Follow along on her Instagram stories for lunchbox ideas, simple dinner recipes and more!

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Healthy Bite Featuring DelFrescoPure®

Today, we’re snacking on Hummus and Vegetable Cucumber Boats made with DelFrescoPure Mini Crunchers™ cucumbers, G.R.EAT! Grab Rinse and EAT!® orange tomatoes, and Sweet Rainbow Peppers.

This yummy snack is kid-friendly, easy to make, and packed with nutrients. We partnered with DelFrescoPure to share 10 fresh summer recipes to make at home with the family. Be sure to follow DelFrescoPure for recipe ideas, giveaways, and more!


Want to skip straight to a hot topic? See time stamps below. But of course, we recommend listening all the way through!

  • 2:22 Meet Ashleigh
  • 3:26 Ashleigh’s top moneysaving tips
  • 6:02 How to figure out your family’s grocery budget
  • 9:25 How to reduce food waste when stocking up on grocery staples
  • 12:38 Healthy Bite Featuring DelFrescoPure
  • 15:37 Grocery delivery services
  • 15:08 How to stick to your grocery budget

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