🤑BIG FAT DEALS on LARGE FAMILY GROCERIES | ALDI, Sharp Shopper (and Walmart Goodies!!)


– So friends, we are out and about today. We just went to a barber shop and got haircuts for five boys. We have dance recital for
five kids practice tonight. Anyway, I have maybe 15 minutes. I can go through Sharp Shopper, and then I might have 20
or 30 minutes in an Aldi. So, I’ve gotta use fast,
quick and in a hurry shopping, but let’s see what I can find. Now, we’ve got some Collector’s
Edition Star Wars drinks. I might get these for a treat
while we’re in the van today. Okay, so yogurt deals are going well. And then, teen requests while I shop. Always need broccoli. Here we are going to check out. Limited myself to one cart of deals. We are at Aldi now. We had lots of fun at Sharp Shopper. Good. Push it in. Good. And now, yep, pull it. Oh, pull, pull, pull, yay! Good job. – Can I please put Baby Marshall– – [Jamerrill] Put Baby Marshall in there. Oh, Baby Marshall. – [Daniel] Can I sit here? – [Jamerrill] Oh, you’re so big. Here, can we get Baby Marshall? Baby Marshall can’t sit down there. Get up here. You gotta listen, Baby Marshall. Okay, awesome deal for the grapes, so we’re gonna load up on green grapes. I’d say, look for, get five, yes, five. Put ’em on in. Oh, you’re so strong. Good job, put it in. – [Daniel] These ones? – [Jamerrill] Yes, put one of those in. You can do it. Yes. Oh man, we don’t always do this, but when we do it, it’s fun, huh Daniel? So Daniel, I know you’ve been wanting to make cupcakes, haven’t ya? Pick if you want a vanilla
cake, a chocolate cake or a white cake. Pick what color cake you want. – I’m gonna get this one.
– A classic white, okay. Oh, and yellow. You know what you could do, and get a chocolate too. We’ll just do all three. So, we are back. 15 minutes in Sharp Shopper. I was able to go into Walmart
for probably 20 minutes to get that dress recital stuff, but we got some extra goodies there. And then Aldi had all
kinds of beautiful goodness go down in Aldi. Probably spent about 30
minutes or so in Aldi. So this table is Sharp Shopper,
Aldi and Walmart goodness. It’s not too mixed up. All the kids brought everything in. And Zion is our grocery
hall table organizer, and so he’s organized
it for us, like meats and fruits and veggies
and yogurt and junk. So he’s got a good system down. So anyway, I’ll just break
down the prices on each item, how much I spent at each store, and I’ll just let you know,
hey, this is from Sharp Shopper. This is from Aldi. This is from Walmart. So how about I just do that now? We’ll just start down here. Well something new I got today at Aldi. Many of you ask about how I
transport my foods and such, and because you’re gonna see,
we have some fish going down. It’s still cold. I did get an insulated bag for the meats, and I put other frozen items in here, because we were just out
and about doing our things and it’s summer. Other times during the year, I don’t worry about this so much. But today in particular, because I knew all that was happening, I also added this insulated bag. I think this was 6.99 or 8.99. That’s not helpful. My receipt’s down there. We’ll grab it and I’ll let you know. So we’ve got some new sheet
pan dinners coming out. Oh boy. So this salmon, it was 7.69 a pound. This is 2.78 pounds, $21 total. It is the family pack. We’re gonna be doing a
salmon sheet pan dinner. I got two packs of ground turkey. This is 4 1/2 pounds total. We’re gonna be doing a ground
turkey sheet pan dinner. Very exciting. We got some tilapia. I got four of these. They are 5.79 a pound, $4.11 each. And I got three, I got four of those. Now, I know these meat
prices are sounding high. They sound high to me already. Just wait, because you’re
gonna love my Aldi total. Look at this. Cucumbers must be in season. We got mammoth cucumbers,
and these were 55 cents each. So I got six of ’em, because yeah, I’ll do all kinds of good cucumber things. The tomatoes, oh tomatoes. See, silly, strawberries
were $1.19 a pack. So I got a whole case of eight. These pineapple were $1.29 each still, so we got five. Also, thank you. I picked up my YouTube mail today. Talking hand is excited. Picked up my YouTube mail. Someone sent me a pineapple slicer. Now, I got one a few weeks ago at Aldi, but with so many helpers, yay, now we have two pineapple slicers. So thank you for that. I’m gonna show you,
stick around to the end, I’m gonna show you some cute
YouTube mail stuff I got today. You’ll love it. Got one box of spring mix. This was like 3.99,
but it’s so easy for me to just throw green stuff on the plate. We got two watermelons,
seedless watermelons. They are 3.29 each. I have one on the counter. In the summer, we go through like two or three watermelons a week. Super convenient for either a breakfast or for an entire meal or to take to the lake
with other snacks and such. These are some of the cold items. Now, these I got at Sharp
Shopper for 99 cents. Then, I got cauliflower rice. These were $1.89 each. This was from Aldi. This was from Sharp Shopper, okay, okay. Then, also at Sharp Shopper
I got two things of squash, two things of zucchini. I got two bags of red potatoes. Apple-wise, we’ve got 12 pounds of apples. These Granny Smiths were more expensive. These were like 4.19. The Red Delicious were 3.29, and then these Gala apples that you saw Daniel put in
the cart, they were like 3.19. Then I got four packs of
these Brussels sprouts, two heads of cauliflower. Can you see a theme? I like cauliflower in all its forms. So I’m trying to do,
I guess I’m doing most of the Aldi haul here for you up front. I got one thing of these
portabella mushrooms. I’ve seen several recipes lately. I’ve been doing all kinds
of interesting things with my little low-carb attempt pizzas. So I wanted to try portabella
mushroom cap pizzas, okay. Two things of blueberries. These survived the trip home. Two little packs of blackberries. That insulated bag was 6.99. This is saying the portabella
mushrooms were only $1.59. I thought it said on
the sticker there, 2.59. I almost got two packs of ’em, but I thought, “Well for almost $3, “I’m just gonna try it first.” That’s how my minds works. So blackberries were $1.89. Blueberries were $3.99, but
these grapes, fantastic deal. They were 89 cents a pound. So we got about eight
pounds or so of grapes here. It’s Friday when I’m filming this. I can guarantee you by Monday morning, there will be no grapes. (laughs) Sharp Shopper, I also got four
containers of heavy cream, two containers of half and half. You’re gonna find out why here soon. Spice-wise, these are the
different spices that I picked up. Needed some more of and
then some shaky cheese. Now Daniel’s been saying
the last couple days, “Can we make cupcakes? “Mommy, how do you make cupcakes?” So, the poor boy’s saying,
“Mommy, make me some cupcakes.” So Daniel, we are going
to make some cupcakes. It is Father’s Day weekend
when I’m filming this. So there you go. We’ll slap that on it too. So he picked out the classic white. We’ve got a devil’s food
cake mix, classic yellow. And then Gabriel, to have
his little part in picking, he picked out chocolate chips, butterscotch morsels
and white baking chips. Just to go, I kind of at
the tail end there thought, “Since Daniel picked
out the cupcake stuff, “Gabriel could pick out the topping.” Lots of fun. Also at Sharp Shopper, the
tuna was 69 cents a can. One pack of just regular paper plates, two packs of freezer bags,
because I’m out of those. So, total at Aldi, I spent $226, looking at my receipt, and 93 cents. I just thought that was
pretty good to get out of Aldi with big cart overflowing with food. I did get some more expensive meat. Lots of fun stuff coming up from that. Oh, I totally forgot. Now, I’ll get in trouble
for these though, okay. ‘Cause they’re like processed. Jamerrill, you’re a horrible monster. Two packs of these hard salami. They’re just nice little snacky things. Kinda can do homemade
Lunchables with those. I started shopping at Sharp Shopper back when dinosaurs roamed the earth when I was in nursing school. Zion was a brand new baby, and Jadin was three years old. So he’s about to be 19. So yeah, that’s almost two decades. We’re getting close. About 16 years of
shopping at Sharp Shopper. And in those 16 years, they
have never done me wrong in their yogurt deals. The only time they do me
wrong is if I somehow hit it. Once in a while I’ll hit
it where there’s no yogurt. I’m like, “Sharp Shopper,
how could you do that to me?” So Sharp Shopper is a
wonderful grocery outlet chain that’s in Virginia and Pennsylvania. All that to say, yogurt
they did well today. Okay, I was paying full price
for this stuff a few weeks ago when I had one kiddo on antibiotics. So $3.57 each for 18 cups. Look at that. So I got five of ’em. Mm-hmm, mm-hmm, I sure did. Then this, when I get to
the other side of the table, that yogurt was four for a dollar, and I’m pretty sure that has like the little toppings on the cups. The kids will roll through it super quick. We’ll open that case up in a minute when I get over there. Just wanna show you some other stuff while I’m standing here. So that’s from Sharp Shopper. Then I got this Ice Mountain
Sparkling Spring Water. I don’t know if I’ll love it. I don’t know if I’ll
be able to tolerate it. I just don’t know how
this is gonna go down. But for 99 cents, it was worth a try, and I got one of each flavor. I got pomegranate lemonade, black cherry, lemon lime and orange. We’ll see. Will it feel like a treat to me? I can’t guarantee it, but
if I don’t care for it, maybe one of my girlfriends
out there will care for it. Maybe when kids are desperate
one day they’ll be like, “Okay, well I guess we’ll
drink mom’s old water.” So (laughs) we’ll see, we’ll see. You know how that goes. Then, because we are in
dance recital weekend, we had dress rehearsals today, and I didn’t know they ended
up having snacks there. But you just don’t always know. Like Forrest Gump says, “Life
is like a box of chocolates. “You don’t know what you’re gonna get.” So I got these little
portable protein snacks. These were two for a dollar. You know that’s an amazing mark down. Lunchables, 79 cents each. Yeah, there’s nine of ’em. I had 10. Zion already had one, which is fine. So we got nine left. And just one pack of the
Minute Maid juice for $1.99. Their little juicy deals
aren’t always super. Sometimes they’re comparable
with prices at Walmart, but it’s more of a convenience thing. And you all asked me about dates. This is dated, I’m reading upside down, August 12th, 19, so 2019. So it’s still well within the dates. So all that to say, this
will still get torn through. I got it for snacks if we needed it. We didn’t need it. Hello kids, have some dinner tonight, ’cause momma’s done. They’ll have some Lunchables, bunch of fruit, bunch of yogurt,
juice and call it a treat. Okay, so then while I was at Sharp Shopper I got their broccoli for 2.99. Let’s see, I already
showed you the cauliflower. This was from Aldi. This was like $2.87, and
I was joking with Daniel and Gabriel while we were in there. Because there I am with like 2/3 of a cart full of fruits and
vegetables and lean meats, and then I’m also getting stuff for cupcakes and funnel cake. But look at this. It’s so cute. Funnel Cakes, makes eight to
10 cakes, pitcher and mix. And I’m thinking, you all tell me, I’m thinking I could just use
when I run out of this mix just regular pancake, or I guess I could’ve looked in there huh? Regular pancake or waffle mix. Tell me funnel cake experts. But I thought if we had the little pitcher we could remake it. You know by some of my
videos I’ve got a ton of confectioners’ sugar
left from Christmas baking. And if I can make funnel cakes at home, I mean, that would just be,
how much fun would that be? It might be too much fun. Okay, big box of Cheez-Its for 99, and then, now granola bars, they will get in times where they have amazing
granola bar deals too. So name brand, $1.29. I got two cases of those. Let me just set this out. Another, $1.29. So many lake days and
other fun things coming up. And then these are so good, and this is $1.99 for a 12 pack. You know they would be
more at another store. So for these yogurts, I paid 2.99 a case. So now I’m gonna open ’em
up and show you the case. There you go. This is coconut chocolate
crumble Greek yogurt. Great little toppings. Kids’ll probably have
this for some breakfast and some snacks, but yay. And so I got four cases of this. And then last but not
least at Sharp Shopper, I got a case of their tomato
sauce, was three for a dollar. Petite diced tomatoes 99 cents. Just I use tomatoes in
all kinds of things, so I like to have a stash. Total for the Sharp Shopper haul was $123. I know, it’s just so good. My goal today going in was
Jamerrill keep it to one cart. Keep it around $100. Keep it to one cart. So we did that. Now, I’m gonna show
you my Walmart goodies. We’re already in mid-June, and I have been eyeballing
this ice cream maker and this snow cone machine, I don’t know, since April or so. And Naomi was like, “You
look at that every time.” Like, “What are you doing, woman?” So I thought, “We’re gonna get it.” So I got us an ice cream
maker and a snow cone maker and the stuff to go around with it. So I’m just saying this is
like high internet drama. Making cupcakes, funnel cakes, ice cream and snow cones. You heard it here first,
my house is the place to come to for a party. I felt like Walmart had
two ice cream machines to choose from for awhile. This was the only one there today. I think this was the biggest one I saw when they had the two. I don’t know. Four quart gallon, old
fashioned ice cream maker experience made easy. It says it makes fresh ice
cream in 30 minutes or less. Easy to use, because it’s electric. Easy clean up. We can read the label. But how fun is this? I also got some salt. I don’t know if this is
enough for like a year of ice cream making or if this is enough for one gallon of ice cream. I don’t know. We’re gonna learn all this. Then, here is the
electric snow cone maker. How fun is that? We obviously will have to get
some reusable snow cone cups and spoons, but I got two little things, so 20 total of little
snow cone cups and spoons. And we’re gonna go over and spend a day at one of my good friend’s house soon, and I just thought,
“Well now you know what? “We could take our snow
cone maker with it.” And then to start, we got cherry syrup. We’ve cotton candy syrup, and we got some blueberry syrup. And then back for the ice cream maker, I got two packs to do the chocolate. But I’ve already been talking to friends and hearing recipes
for homemade ice cream. But again, I don’t know
what I’m doing yet. We’re gonna figure this out. And there’s for the vanilla ice cream. If you would like to see a video just on setting up this ice cream maker and using it, let me know. I don’t know. I haven’t even searched on YouTube to see if people look for that. I guess I’m gonna look for a video on it. Let me know, and I could
video what I learned about it. And yeah, you could get
this ice cream maker too. It could be a thing. So these were like my family
investment summer treats. Total for the ice cream
maker, these little packs, and if you do the math on it, it seems like going this route, it costs as much to make
a gallon of ice cream as it does to buy a gallon of ice cream. So these were like 2.98 each. And I would need two of
’em to make a gallon, so that’s an expensive
gallon of ice cream. But kids have great enjoyment when they get to make it at home. Amelia, I see you. Are you gonna have great enjoyment making ice cream at home? – Blueberries. – [Jamerrill] Blue babe,
those are blackberries. Are you excited about ’em? We could make probably not this go around, ’cause momma needs to, we could probably make
some blackberry ice cream at some point. Make ice cream. We’d have to get more. – I just got a good idea. – [Jamerrill] You could just eat these. – What if some day, not
today or the next day– – Right, we’re busy today.
– Someday, – Someday.
– We need to make blackberry pie, blackberry,
these and red berry pie. – Red berry pie, mm.
– And strawberry pie. – That’s my kind of plan, sister. Okay, so, anyway for all my goodies, if I didn’t say it already, it was about $85 and some change, but that’s $85 of family fun. Real quick, let me show
you these YouTube goodies that we got, that some
other viewers sent us. So a viewer named Kay sent
me this cute roasting pan. Now it does hold, I know it’s little, but it holds up to 10 pounds. And there’s all kinds of things that can be done with this. She says she does all kinds of meals, and she uses this all the time. So I’m sure we could use
that in the oven, Amelia, like with baked beans or green beans. This is our second pineapple peeler, which we are excited about, because the first thing
that the kids said were, “Oh boy, now we can do two pineapples. “Someone else can do one. “We can do two at a time.” How fun is that? And this will just be a
relief to you all to know. A momma from Bakersfield,
California, thank you. God bless you. She sent me a meat chopper. How fun is this? And then this is a book that one of our viewers sent. I obviously haven’t read
it, ’cause I just opened it. But it looks like it
is about homeschooling. Because whenever I looked
at this table of contents, yes, so there’s her name and the site. There’s the name of her book. It says people pleasing, marriage, children, faith, leaving the nest, and I’m glad she sent it to me. We will be looking at that. And then look at this. Okay, you all know what this is. How cute is this? Naomi was like, “Someone crocheted
that and sent it to you?” Yes, this is our very own egg apron. How cute. And so, she said you can
put your vlogging camera or cell phone in here. And then it has room to hold 19 eggs. I’m gonna put it on and show it you. So look, so here’s where
like phone, camera can go. And then you put each
little egg when you gather. But isn’t that gorgeous? She said she found the
pattern on Pinterest. So if you are interested in making this, it’s not her pattern, but she
said she went on Pinterest and searched egg gathering apron. But isn’t that sweet? Thank you for hanging out with me and watching my Walmart and Aldi and Sharp Shopper grocery
hauls on this Friday when I’m filming as we fly into recital and Father’s Day weekend
and all the things going on. So if you enjoyed this grocery haul, there’s a whole bunch more you can watch. You can click here. You can see some of my
most popular, bestest, most favorite, large family
grocery shopping hauls. I will talk with you in
those comments below. I will see you with
another video real soon. Goodbye.

100 thoughts on “🤑BIG FAT DEALS on LARGE FAMILY GROCERIES | ALDI, Sharp Shopper (and Walmart Goodies!!)

  1. I love ur hauls/all videos.. what boggles my mind is the thumbs dwn…i really do not understand why ppl would go out of their way…just dont watch or subscribe why be rude…🤷🏻‍♀️..oh well to each its own rt. Great deals!!🥰👍👍👍❤❤those minute maid apple juice boxes only kind my daughter likes and at our discount store Marcs its 2.99 but i have seen then 3.99-4.99 at chain stores ..so thats a good deal

  2. Do you use reusable shopping bags outside the insulated ones? I can't imagine the hoard of plastic ones you have if not lmao

  3. Please do videos! Also on the snow cone maker! Watching this made me think I should buy a snow cone maker. Can we DIY a healthy syrup? Fruit juice or juice concentrate maybe??

  4. would love to see ice cream/snow cone video. Love all the hauls – my 6 year old LOVES yogurt and eats it all the time 🙂

  5. As if people have something to say about treating yourself and your family every once and awhile…also, it's summertime! Learn to live a little

  6. I wojld love to see a video on the ice cream maker and snow cone marker please and thank you and i love ur videos I watch them on the daily.. keep up the great work.. ur a great mom 🙂

  7. I have a meat chopper too and I love mine! Such a simple tool but it works so well! And now I want chickens so I can have a cute little apron like that…

  8. Yes it works. I have been making funnel cakes for my church for 5 years. Just don’t make it super thin and don’t make it thick. Where it sticks to a fork but still runs off some. The kind I make always smells like cake batter. In one weekend I sold over $2,000.00 for the church. Also little tip for the size like that add 1 tea spoon of baking powder and mix it in well. It’s adds some fluff.

  9. To make ice cream 🍦 all you need is milk, one can condensed milk , vanilla, and any type fruit that you like. As for sugar add one cup stir real good until dissolved then taste if that is not enough add a little more. As for salt you can use one box regular salt without the iodine works every time

  10. Hi Jamerrill,
    First of all, you're wearing pretty sunglasses, at the beginning of this video! 
    Something is different, you look better in this video. What's new in your life? Your eyes look bright, face very smooth, healthy, like you just had a magical overhaul, by your fairy godmother! Just kidding. 🙂
    Seriously, tho, something's different, in a good way.
    There was some good value meats that you purchased. My daughter saw your containers of big red strawberries, and she wanted some!!   Ever since she was little, no matter how much, or little, money we have, she always talks me into buying her strawberries.  And the watermelon looks great. My daughter likes to make summer melon treats. She gets cantalope, and honeydew melon too, and usually lets the three melons sit for at least a few days to ripen, and sweeten, and then she cuts up all three of them, into medium-large chunks, and puts them into a couple of large food storage containers, with lids, and chills them overnight in the frig.
    The next day, the fruit trio mixture is a real sweet, juicy treat! 

    You got lots of nice vegetable produce too. And my daughter also likes your bag of red rose potatoes! She likes to slice them into wedges, skin still on, and gently fry them, or oven bake them, with oil drizzled on them. We got the idea from Hometown Buffet restaurant. They completed the rose wedges, with finely chopped parsley, lightly sprinkled as garnish.

    I've never tried Portabella mushrooms though. I love plain White Button  mushrooms, sliced, either raw in salads, or cooked, or fried, or at a Chinese restaurant, cooked whole, in some sort of delicious light brown sauce. 

    Your blueberries, and the blackberries, wouldn't have lasted very long with us! Haha.
    We LOVE grapes!! Black, green, red, seedless grapes. (When they're on sale).
    Yep, my daughter just now saw your bags of green grapes, and she said they looked wonderful!   
    That's always good to have box cakes, and frostings on hand, in your cupboard. And a variety of chips for cookies too. About seven years back, I used to make my own homemade frosting; either butter cream, or cream cheese, maybe I'll share my recipe later. Not to brag, but it tasted better than store bought!  And I personalized it, making it up to my own liking, after consulting several trusted popular cookbooks, and even studied several chefs' recipes, comparing ALL the measurements, and ingredients.
    You wouldn't believe how many times, for how many things, we, me and my daughter,
    used our kitchen, as a "test kitchen"! 
    And don't apologize for buying salami, for snacking. You can also buy the large slices of salami, and combine them with sharp cheddar cheese slices, on deli french bread, as picnic sandwiches, or use pastrami with peppercorns in it, combined with Colby Jack cheese, on french bread, as picnic sandwiches, as well.
    Sandwiches are versatile, with many variations. 
    We hardly ever get to eat yogurt, and we can't afford to buy it in a case of single packs, like you do, but when we do get it, it's usually either the store brand, on sale, large size, or some other name brand, on sale. And I try to get plain yogurt, so I can add my own flavorings to it, or a vanilla flavor.  We have had fun experimenting with yogurt, and I like to add different flavors of Smucker's fruit spreads, to the plain yogurt. (for strawberry flavored yogurt, we use Smucker's strawberry preserves, mixed. For banana flavored yogurt, I put two to three large baby food jars of banana baby food,  mixed with squished, sliced bananas. For blueberry flavored yogurt, we use Smucker's blueberry preserves, or cherry flavored yogurt, Smucker's cherry preserves, and so on, depending on your tastes).

    We love the Nature's Valley fruit and nut granola bars too!  
    We get Kroger cans of tomato sauce, or Hunt's 24 ounce cans of spaghetti sauce, only a dollar over here, or Classico brand spaghetti sauce, only when it's on sale. And pastas on sale too. Bargain amounts.

    Cans of tuna, on sale too, chunk light, in oil only. It's dry, with no flavor, when it's in water.
    We use Best Foods Real mayonnaise, (it's called Hellman's, on the east coast), for the chunk light cans of tuna. When we can find it, we buy Giesha Girl brand, of white Albacore tuna, which happens to be the best quality albacore, and we use Miracle Whip, for the Giesha Girl brand Albacore tuna, because we find that it tastes better with white albacore, than mayonnaise. A nice African-American family taught us that, the summer of 2011.  We picked up alot of good cooking tips from them, and their mother liked to eat as much as I do! 😃  
    In fact, every time they ate, or cooked alot of food, it was always a celebration for them, and somehow, they always had ALOT of food, to feed everybody!!  

    Kudos to you for investing in an icecream maker! I remember in the olden days, when they used the old-fashioned, wooden bucket, with the inner metal bucket, and there was a manual turn-crank, that you mixed the dry grey salt with, and somehow it all worked.
    We also made real snow-cream once, too. It was icecream, literally, made of fallen snow, from outside, gathered into a clean new plastic garbage bag! A lady from church, had the recipe for snowcream, from her grandmother, and had invited us over, when I was ten years old, and her son Allen, was seven. After enjoying sweet fresh "snow cream", we all went to the movies to see the very first Muppets Movie, that came out in the theaters in 1976!!  
    You ask your parents, Jamerrill, they'll probably remember. 🙂 

    That's a beautiful crocheted egg-holder! My daughter, and I agree, the choice of colors, is pretty.
    And that black roasting pan, that was generous of somebody, to give that to you! We have two black roasting pans, one big one, that I got back when my daughter was in grade school, and a baby one, the same size as your new gift!

    * just a tip, that I discovered, through trial, and error. With the large roaster, get a three pound chuck roast meat, and bake at 300*, with the lid on, for EXACTLY three hours, and forty minutes, and it comes out tender, and falling apart! What do you think?

    Got to go. Hope you didn't mind my "conversation"?!
    Your YouTube friend, Angelina

  11. Florida don't have a sharp shopper. We have dollar tree but not that many groceries . We have SAMs, Walmart, Winn Dixie, Aldi and Save a Lot. I like to freeze a bowl of grapes for me to snack on.

  12. Jamerrill, where do you get the cases of food, like where is it kept? I hear a lot of people get it. When I go to Aldi, I don’t see any at all, and I’ve been shopping there a long time. xo

  13. Back when dinosaurs ruled the earth 😂😂😂😂 you have me cracking up!

  14. I stuff the big mushrooms with ricotta and spinach as a lower carb stuffed shells option. So good!

  15. Ok, this is random, and before I say anything…I think your fine just the way you are! Ok, so see how your hair is in this vlog…short and layered like in the front. Can’t really see the bun when looking straight at you. So do a short layered cut, about shoulder length. I think it would be gorgeous!

  16. Ice cream and snow cone video would be a COOL treat

  17. I would guess the recipes for making actual homemade ice cream as opposed to the little packets would be cheaper than buying! Could be wrong though.

  18. Hello, at at 9:10 you state you were at nursing school, Zion was a baby, Jaden was about 3. Almost close to 2 decades, or 16 years of shopping. Could you please tell more about your time at nursing school? I love learning from your vlogs Ms. Stewart. Xx

  19. Cracking up at "Jamerrill you're a horrible monster" over salami! Great video, thanks for inspiring us all and specifically my little unseen channel. Blessings my friend, you're doing a great work!

  20. Hey Sharp Shopper please come on over to Alabama we need you here too!!!!

  21. Great shopping haul, Jamerrill. So many great deals👍Your children will enjoy the ice-cream machine & sno-cone maker 🙂

  22. We buy the big bag of pancake mix from Sam’s club…the just did water kind…we use that for funnel cakes…I just scoop the mix into a plastic storage bag and cut the tip off of it to make them

  23. You’ve plenty of kids to feed & entertain ,so those things would be awesome to have & eat as a kid! Especially around summer time. No judgment here. 🧡

  24. Major Internet drama with snow cones, ice cream, and flavored yogurts… you forgot the hard salami drama! 😂😂😂 Food snarks crack me up! I want to get our family an ice cream maker and snow cone machine SO BADLY! They’ll LOVE it!

  25. I think you should make homemade apple sauce!! It would taste super yummy and your family would love it

  26. buy the huge bag of rock salt for snow shoveling or water softeners the 2 bags will make one container of ice cream. I remember making ice cream for my kids

  27. Thank you, Jamerrill, that was a wonderful haul. The kids are going to have great fun making ice cream…they probably already have! Not sure, but were there some tuna cans on the table? I tell everyone to please try the Aldi albacore tuna. It is around $1.09 for a 5-ounce can in my area, and is the best! Big chunks of perfectly delicious tuna. Doesn't look, smell or taste like cat food. (:

  28. Love all your videos. You’re a fun mama. Life is short- have fun, let your kids have fun. It’s summer we all enjoy treats!!!😁😁😁

  29. Wait a minute. You're about to be the QUEEN of ice cream soon?! 🍨🍦🍧Can't wait!

  30. I'm pretty sure you can make ice cream without the mixes.

  31. Can I just come live with you haha jk, but really I love your videos. I feel like hanging out with you would be so fun. 😀 You have all the good stuff lol. P.s. love the shirt.

  32. you're lucky. i only have a hannaford and wamart to shop for groceries. 🙄 oh well

  33. Please show us how you make ice cream! Your kids’ growth will be stunted eating all that junk😉😆

    Life is hard, eat a little cake now and then. 🤷🏻‍♀️

  34. "High internet drama"….. I love it….we eat junk at our house too….it's a balance!! You do you!❤I love how real and honest you are!!

  35. Funnel cake recipe, this makes 1/2 gallon (double if needed) also this will keep up to a week in the fridge 😊

    3 c. Self rising flour
    1/4 c. Sugar
    3 eggs
    2 c. Milk

    Mix until smooth, pour in circular motion into hot oil,(enough oil to allow the f.cake to float) when browned on each side drain on paper towel. Top with powdered sugar or fruit topping. 😉

  36. Your videos are my favourite to watch, always gets me in the mood to stock up! plus i love the talking hand! 😉

  37. Yes!! Please make a video for the ice cream maker and snow cone machine.

  38. Look up the wendys frosty recipe. All the kids at church loved it at our sleep over even one who doesnt like chocolate. Its like a gallon of chocolate milk a tub of coolwhip and maybe one more thing

  39. Omg i actually laughed so loud at u with the apron, crazy idea, who thinks up these thing's 😂😂😂

  40. Child your mouth goes 60mph. You tickle my soul and chase the loneliness away. Thank you for being you. Father bless you and yours.

  41. I love your channel. I can’t wait to have a big family and spoil them like you do yours .❤️

  42. Love homemade ice cream. But we got one that you freeze the container and then pull it out when your ready to make it. So fun!

  43. Mom's old water…lol
    I only raised 2 boys and they tired me out..your stamina never ceases to amaze me. I'm in awe. Have a nice night. 🙂

  44. I’ve been watching you since 2016& I can’t believe how much your kids have grown! Xoxo

  45. So much fun for you!! Can't wait to see you use the ice cream maker and ice cone machine. You are making memories lady!! Way to go! Enjoying your channel.

  46. Who cares about your kids eating treats? They’re outside running around and burning off the energy, they’ll be fine, it’s summer! It’s not like it’s every day they get these treats.

  47. I got that funnel cake mix too! My husband is making more cakes with regular pancake mix. Super awesome find!

  48. I’m catching up on your videos 😆 As always, I just want to say “woohoo” on the yoghurt deals! 😍 I’m inspired to go see what yoghurt deals I can find today! 👍

  49. Yes you most definitely can use pancake/waffle mix for funnel cakes make sure u get the kind that says only needs water I saw it on YouTube myself. I've used it it's really good. Love all your video's your awesome

  50. What a WONDERFUL PRICE for all your yogurts! Love to see these hauls! Thank you, Jammerill!

  51. I love that u are a real Mom, & that u share the reality of that on YouTube…. instead of a Mommy dictator. I see some Moms on YouTube and in real life who make life unnecessarily hard and miserable by being so over the top with their kids food regiments, schedule, everything.I also take a somewhat easy going approach to life, while still getting a lot done. My kids also enjoy the occasional Salami, ice cream, etc.. along w their healthy food…and I only have 2 kids… so what u do is amazing!! 💛 Keep up the great job u do w those happy kids. I wish people would remember that mental health & happiness are also party of healthy living 🙂

  52. Jamarrill I live in Tobyhanna Pa. and they just had that ice-cream maker on clearance for $15.00. I think I’ll go back and pick it up. Also love the apron!!

  53. I love your videos!!! I don't even have kids! You have simply the best energy and yes I love that you do the best job to eat healthy most of the time for you and the kids but come on everyone knows we all want a carb or snow one once in a while. Love your energy and real life. Just like you adapt to make bigger recipes, I'm shrinking them down. Lol. Have a blessed day. Oh and yes a on the pancake/waffle recipe will totally work to make more. I have an amazing recipe for homemade ice cream and homemade waffles. I will email them your way, or snail mail them to you. Sending much love from Iowa
    Amanda

  54. You are the sweetest mama. Love watching your videos. Your kids always have a good variety of foods. Question: love your name. Does it have a history? It's unique.

  55. We have the best memories of making ice cream in the summer. After dinner we headed to the back porch with Dad to get the maker ready while mama got the mix ready. Then we all sat on the porch and waited.

  56. We have a snow cone maker given to us by a friend. We use some Tupperware cups that are supposed to be pudding or single serve Jello cups I don't know – they have a little detachable saucer and are in pastel colors, so they're like late or mid 1980's – do you know which kind i'm talking about? Anyway – perfect for homemade snow cones. you can get the syrups super cheap on amazon

  57. Random comment but I am totally jealous of your grape prices! Here it's more like $3. A pound lol

  58. I just love your videos!!! You cheer me up when I'm cross and cranky!!! God bless you

  59. Actually the best way to do black berries and ice cream is to make a blackberry cobbler or pie and than top it with some homemade vanilla ice cream.

  60. I didn’t know you went to nursing school! I love your videos. It amazes me how organized you have this and your freezer meal videos are awesome 😁

  61. Lol “I like cauliflower in all its forms” haha that made me laugh, girl you’re so funny 😻

  62. If you dont like the sparkling water you can always add it to juice to make a "fancy punch" in a pitcher

  63. So I have never seen that whole cart ordeal do you have to pay for the cart or what is it I don't understand is it so you bring it back or what?? Someone let me know hahaha I'm so confused!! 😂😂😂 what is this world coming to?? Is it only me?? Haha

  64. How you treat your kids, with respect and encouragement, makes my heart sing. They will be nice people! Thanks to you and your patience with your gang. I admire you!
    You are also a great bargain shopper and I see you change your plans due to sales — (we know it still works, don’t we?)
    I love your videos.

  65. I get good deals on snow cone syrup on Amazon. But in a pinch, we have made simple syrup and flavored it with Kool Aid powder. It works.

  66. You can definitely use pancake mix to make funnel cakes that's what I did when I bought the little kit a few years ago and ran out if the actual mixture. Everyone else said they don't taste a big enough difference in it to be searching for the actual funnel cake mixture lol

  67. Just price Halo Top at my local supermarket and they wanted $9 a tub! AARgh!

  68. Loved the egg apron and all your gifts will definitely help you! Great grocery haul. Would really like seeing ice cream videos. I enjoy seeing your videos! Have learned a lot

  69. You know what…those insulated bags work pretty good. It's well worth it since you drive so far to grocery shop.

  70. #loveyourgrocerieshaul❤️, I do sometimes make my treat ice-cream and condense milk, with roasted nuts… Lol😊

  71. What would some good meals be for a diet? And we love watching the different video's you do.

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