A SINGLE mum on the hunt for the cheapest supermarket headed to Tesco to check out their prices.
The mum was stunned by how much her shop cost[/caption]
She said: “So this was £53, um, £53 in Tesco it’s not bad but it’s not great is it, I remember £50 buying a hell of a lot more.”
The mum has tried out Iceland, Asda and now Tesco to see how pricey they all are.
Nikki first picked up two large Yorkshire puddings, vegetarian sausages, carrots, potatoes and broccoli for an easy roast dinner.
She also picked up some wraps, chicken and salad pieces to make spicy chicken wraps for tea with some homemade potato wedges.
The mum then picked up some pizza bases, cheese and pepperoni to make pizza at home.
For snacks, she bagged some crisp rolls, granola, a pack of cereal, milk, bagels, plain flour, Kinder Buenos, two bottles of diet Coke, cheese strings, peperami, fridge raiders, skips and pom bears.
The entire shop came to £53 which Nikki wasn’t that impressed with.
She revealed that some people had come for her in previous videos over her kids realistic snacks.
Nikki said: “Listen, there’s worse things in the world, right?
“He could be, you know, having crack cocaine or living on, you know, bread and fat dripping.
“But he’s got a nice, balanced diet, too.”
The video posted to her account @nikkijonesevans has gone viral with over 55k views and over 700 likes.
People were quick to share their thoughts of the shopping haul in the comments.
One person wrote: “I order a shop for £70 from Tesco and I’m like…. Is this it?? It doesn’t look like a lot these days.”
Nikki added: “It’s always soul destroying every time I put the food away.”
Another commented: “Prices are terrible at Asda also.”
“Asda is coming to be the worst I think,” Nikki replied.
“That’s a great diet… ignore the judgey ones… feed your child what you think is right. No one else’s business,” penned a third.
Meanwhile a fourth said: “The prices of thing’s are ridiculous. I did a shop spent 51.00 and got one meal. Honestly ridiculous.”
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