Buying in-season produce can save you a lot of money! Here are the best fruits to buy in winter to save money.
Overspending at the grocery store is pretty common, but there are a number of ways to avoid this from happening. Planning your weekly meals ahead of time is a great way to help avoid overspending, but to get the most bang for your grocery store buck, it’s important to make sure you’re buying produce that is in season.
You may also want to read cheap food to buy when you’re broke.
Although it might be tempting to buy a big packet of juicy strawberries or some fresh blueberries for your morning smoothie, you’re going to be paying through the nose for them if they’re not in season.
(Side note – berries freeze incredibly well, so stock up on them when they are in season!)
And speaking of saving money on groceries, make sure you check out IBOTTA. You can get cash back on tons of grocery store items, including fruits and vegetables. I use Ibotta all the time – I love it. Here’s the link to join for free (and you’ll get a $10 bonus.)
Now, onto the best fruits to buy in winter to save money.
Best Fruits To Buy in Winter to Save Money
- Rhubarb (technically a vegetable, but eaten like a fruit)
I don’t know about you, but I usually find it more difficult to eat fruit in the winter. In the summer, I love sitting down and eating some juicy watermelon or fresh strawberries, but in the winter, not so much. To ensure I still get my daily fruit intake during the winter, I like to make a smoothie, make an apple crumble, some banana bread, or muffins with fruit stirred through the mixture. What fruits do you enjoy eating during the winter?
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