Save Time & Money on Quick Dinner Recipes with Weekly Meal Planning

Easy KUMA Meal Plan and Budget-Friendly Grocery List for Week 13

Save Time & Money on Quick Dinner Recipes with Weekly Meal Planning

We have a new menu and shopping list ready for you! In week 13 we will enjoy a lovely shepherds pie with scalloped potatoes, a chicken lasagna, the most amazing tuna salad, and much more! We are so glad to see that more and more people check in to follow our weekly meal plans.

We strongly recommend meal planning or to meal prep. It’s a great way to not only make your weekday cooking and grocery shopping easier, but also save time and money! You’ll find yourself making way fewer impulse purchases and depending on the ingredients required in the recipes, sometimes you can opt for the larger packs which tend to be cheaper per lb.

As always the recipes and grocery shopping list is intended for 2 persons but the ingredients can easily be added up if you cook for more people.

KUMA Meal Plan Week 13

Monday: Spinach Pasta with Bacon in Cream Sauce

Tuesday: Creamy Chicken Lasagna with Vegetables

Wednesday: Easy Shepherds Pie with Scalloped Potatoes

Thursday: Healthy 3-Step Salad Bowl with Tuna Mousse

Friday: Pasta with Baked Tomato and Basil

As always this week is jam packed of delicious varied meals. We start off Monday with our yummy and creamy spinach pasta dish with bacon and cream. This one is kind of like a green carbonara, and it’s just so good! Tuesday you’re having chicken lasagna with lots of vegetables. We use ground chicken to get the texture similar to a traditional beef lasagna. Wednesday we are making an incredible Shepherds pie with beef and scalloped potatoes. You will LOVE this one!

Thursday it’s time for an easy, healthy, and super yummy salad with homemade tuna salad. We finish off the week Friday with a simple yet delicious pasta with a sauce made of baked tomatoes, mascarpone, and basil.


Grocery list for Week 13 KUMA Meal Plan

Here you’ll find the detailed grocery list for week 13. As always we offer a highly detailed list with ingredients measured down to the gram. This is to help you utilize any opened ingredients you may already have. Remember to take a look in your kitchen cabinets, fridge, and freezer to check if you have any of the ingredients already. No need to buy a new cucumber if you already have a half in the fridge and that’s al you need. Also, do remember that the KUMA Meal Plan is intended for 2 people.




Meat & fish

Refrigerated & frozen foods

2 yellow/white onions

0.25 red onion

9 garlic cloves

0.25 bundle fresh parsley

0.3 fresh chili

0.5 zucchini

1 red bell pepper

6.17 oz (175 g) carrots

1.5 bundle fresh basil

4.06 oz (115 g) fresh spinach

12.35 oz (350 g) cherry tomatoes

1 avocado

0.3 bundle spring onions

5.3 oz (150 g) bacon dice

7.05 oz (200 g) ground chicken

7.05 oz (200 g) ground beef

1.06 cups (2.5 dl) cooking cream

15.87 oz (450 g) fresh fettuccine pasta

3.35 oz (95 g) mascarpone

1 pack fresh mozzarella

5 tablespoons creme fraiche

1.06 oz (30 g) frozen edamame beans without pod

1.76 oz (50 g) parmesan

1.76 oz (50 g) peas without pod

12.35 oz (350 g) scalloped potatoes, pre-made



Dry goods


Vegetable oil

Olive oil


1.32 lb (600 g) chopped tomatoes, canned

9.88 oz (280 g) tuna, canned

1 teaspoon lemon juice

1.23 oz (35 g) tomato purée

1.5 x chicken bouillon cube

0.5 x vegetable bouillon cube

2 teaspoons paprika

6 lasagna sheets

0.5 teaspoon dried thyme

0.5 teaspoon dried oregano


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Save Time & Money on Quick Dinner Recipes with Weekly Meal Planning

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