You can make 7 back-to-school lunches for $2 each

The National Retail Foundation predicts that the average shopper will spend almost $700 this back-to-school season for elementary to high school students. That number is even higher for those heading to college, as they're predicted to spend nearly $970.

We get it, it gets expensive. From backpacks to school supplies to bedding, preparing for the school season seems nonstop. Parents can expect to drop hundreds of dollars even before their child makes it to their desk.

For families that are already struggling, these expenses can be an absolute nightmare. But one company seeks to resolve some of these worries with the Flipp App.

The free downloadable app brings weekly coupons and shopping lists straight to your fingertips, making heading back to school a breeze. Whether it's coupons for fresh produce, backpacks or clothing, Flipp challenges these prices, taking a lot of weight off of Mom and Dad's shoulders.

It may sound too good to be true, but we put the Flipp App to the test with the help of savings expert Lauren Greutman. With her help, we were able to prepare 7 healthy, back to school lunches for $2 each.

The Today Show frequenter gave us a grocery list, along with the savings she found for each item. Greutman was able to purchase enough food to provide for 7 days of lunches.

See her full shopping list below:

  • 1 package Whole Wheat Bread $0.99 on sale
  • Peanut Butter (from pantry)
  • Jelly (from pantry)
  • Brick of Colby Jack Cheese $1.50
  • 2 Apples $1.00
  • 1 lb bag of carrot sticks $1.00
  • Ranch Dressing $1.00
  • Dozen Eggs $0.69 at Aldi
  • Pack of Tuna Fish $1.00
  • Bag of Potato Chips $1.50
  • 1/2 lb Turkey Breast - $2.50 on sale
  • Hummus - $1.50
  • Grapes - $1.99

Here's how Greutman used the food:

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Cookie Cutter Lunch

  • Carb: 2 slices of 100% Whole Wheat Bread with Peanut Butter and Jelly. Using Cookie Cutters to make shapes
  • Fruit: Apple Slices
  • Vegetable: Carrot Sticks or Celery
  • Dairy: Sliced Colby Jack Cheese

Tuna Fish Lunch:

  • Protein: Tuna Fish made with Mayonaise on Whole Wheat Bread
  • Vegetable: Carrot Sticks
  • Fruit: Apple Slices w/ Peanut Butter
  • Dairy: Sliced Colby Jack Cheese
  • Snack: Potato Chips

Inside out Sandwich Lunch

  • Make Sandwich Skewers with Colby Jack Cheese, Turkey and Bread
  • Fruit: Orange Slices or Grapes
  • Vegetable: Carrot sticks and ranch
  • Snack: Potato Chips

Egg Lunch:

  • Protein: Hard boiled eggs turned into Deviled Eggs
  • Vegetable: Carrot Sticks or Celery with Ranch Dressing
  • Fruit: Grapes
  • Dairy: Colby Jack Cheese Slices
  • Snack: Potato Chips

Skip the Bread Lunch

  • Fruit: Grapes
  • Vegetable: Carrot Sticks or Celery
  • Dip: Classic Hummus
  • Dairy: Sliced Colby Jack Cheese
  • Protein: Oven Roasted Turkey Breast
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Look daunting? The expert provided us with a list of tricks to get the most bang for our buck.

1. Skip the bread for sandwiches. By skipping bread for sandwiches you can save over $3.00 per week. Find sandwich meat on sale using the Flipp app by searching for items such as deli turkey or salami. This week there was a sale on turkey for $4.99/lb. Instead of using bread, roll the turkey up with some American cheese and mayo and you have a fun bread free sandwich. Cost: Turkey slices, $0.50, add in the cheese for around $0.25 and you have a protein source for under $1.00.

2. Add a muffin! Making muffins is a great and inexpensive snack idea. You can make them in bulk on the cheap, then store in your freezer until you are ready to eat. You can make them healthier by adding in zucchini, carrot or pumpkin. Cost: You can make 2 dozen pumpkin muffins for right around $3.00, which can last you a long time for lunches/snacks.

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Whole wheat blueberry muffin 

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Veggie egg omelet muffin 

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Baked french toast 

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Banana and chocolate muffins

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Fig and date granola bar 

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Toast with fruit, nuts and raisins

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3. Take items you get for free and get creative. Often I can get food items for free with a coupon. I find these items using the Flipp app -- just pair the sale item with in-store and manufacturer coupons, which makes the item free! Some common examples are tuna, biscuits, macaroni and cheese, cereal and crackers. Then, try repurposing items you already have on hand. I take Rice Krispy that I bought for $0.50 and make them into fun protein bites by adding some peanut butter I already had in the pantry. Cost: For under $1.00 I can make a snack for my kids' lunches that won't break the bank. Another idea is to take the biscuits, (I recently picked up biscuits for FREE by pairing coupons) bake them, then add cheese and pasta sauce to make little pizzas. The cost of those would be around $1.00 for 8 mini biscuit pizzas that kids will certainly love at lunch time

4. Use a cookie cutter. My kids always enjoy when they get to eat their favorite foods in the shape of a heart, star or flower. Use a small cookie cutter to cut just about anything - from sandwiches to quesadillas - and make lunch more exciting for the kids. Making affordable lunches that your kids will eat can be a challenge, but taking cheese, for example, that you found on sale for $1.00 and cutting it into star shapes can make it much more appealing for a young child to eat. Put them on skewers to make it extra fun!

5. Eggs, eggs, eggs. Eggs are a very inexpensive item to put in lunches. I can find them using the Flipp app to see where they are the cheapest. This week they were on sale at my ALDI for $0.59. I make them in bulk for the week and turn them into multiple lunch items. Deviled eggs can be easily whipped up in the morning, as well as an egg salad sandwich. Add spices like paprika or cayenne pepper to the recipes for a different taste. Cost: I pay less than $1.00 for a dozen eggs, then add in the cost of the mayonnaise and mustard, which brings these recipes up to around $0.75 per serving.

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Alabama: Momma Goldberg's Deli

Auburn University; Auburn, AL

The 40-plus year-old original location is the one that started it all for this Southeast chain, and we have the Momma's Love sandwich to thank for that. It's a meaty trifecta of roast beef, ham and smoked turkey, complete with the works, and it makes up 45 percent of sandwich sales. When you're done, stop at Toomer's Drugs for its famous lemonade to wash it all down.

Alaska: Lucky Wishbone

University of Alaska Anchorage; Anchorage, AK

If you think the South is home to the country's best fried chicken, prepare for culture shock about as far north as it gets. At Lucky Anchorage's Lucky Wishbone, the chicken is dipped in buttermilk, fried until crisp and crowned with a delicious corn muffin.

Arizona: The Chuckbox

Arizona State University; Tempe, AZ

The Over 278 Sold sign might be the humblest brag of all, as local character Big Juan has been slinging mesquite charcoal-grilled burgers for decades. Try the Tijuana Torpedo, which is two patties stuffed with jalapeño Jack cheese and topped with a green chile.

Arkansas: Hugo's

University of Arkansas; Fayetteville, AR

If there's one thing you learned in college, it's that dark, bar-lined basement hideaways can mean only good times ahead. Locals love the funky Bleu Moon Burger (a pun, not a typo; we are in a college town), but know to save room for the mint ice cream-stuffed grasshopper crepes.

California: Firestone Grill

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo; San Luis Obispo, CA

Skipping out on a tri-tip sandwich as you pass through SLO would border on heretical. Students are known to take on the Tri-Tip Challenge, which involves hiking three popular peaks and celebrating the hard work with tender slices of beef piled high on a garlicky French roll. Speaking of tips, here's one from a student: Split your meal with a friend so you can also try the pulled pork.

Colorado: Boulder Baked

University of Colorado - Boulder; Boulder, CO

There are 420 delicious restaurants to choose from in town, but all roads lead back to the freshly baked cookies at this dessert haven, which was founded by a Boulder grad in 2003. But think carefully before you gloss over the grilled cheese—or, you know, get both. Stop in to the Pearl Street Mall bakery for a night of milkshakes and Jenga, or do as the kids do and get a box of cookies delivered, complete with milk or (and/or) ice cream.

Connecticut: Alpha Delta Pizza

Yale University; New Haven, CT

Don't be fooled by the name of this place. For the true Elm City experience, order yourself the monstrous Wenzel: a chicken, hot sauce, cheese, lettuce, tomato and mayo combo best consumed after midnight. It's the brainchild (and namesake) of a former student, who would sometimes eat the sandwich two or three times a day—a true champion in our eyes—and even has its own app.

Delaware: Newark Deli and Bagels

University of Delaware; Newark, DE

Most students are familiar with Slater races at Grotto, which one student describes as chugging "a condensed Long Island" in a tiny cup through a straw while racing your friends to finish first. But after a night of that, you'll find everyone doing damage control the next morning at this Main Street staple, where the bagels are hot, the bacon crispy and the cream cheese options plentiful.

Florida: Satchel's Pizza

University of Florida; Gainesville, FL

Head over and eat pizza in a Scooby-Doo-esque van, where you can have your pick from more than 30 toppings. Balance it with the giant salad, a colorful bowl of produce topped with almonds, sunflower seeds and "a walnut or pecan for good luck." Owner Satchel Raye tells us the salad is even more popular than the pizza—which likely has something to do with the secret salad dressing, whose first ingredient is "love." And in one further touch of throwback joy, the dessert menu actually comes on a View-Master.

Georgia: The World Famous

University of Georgia; Athens, GA

On top of its university, Athens is known for two things: music and food. It's home to Hugh Acheson's flagship restaurant, 5&10, and gave us both R.E.M. and The B-52s. This aptly named spot embodies the intersection of the two in full force. Because ordinary chicken and waffles just isn't enough, the concert venue-meets-restaurant adds bacon, tomato and Sriracha mayo for the club sandwich of Southern dreams.

Hawaii: Ono Seafood

University of Hawaii & Hawaii Pacific University; Honolulu, HI

In Honolulu, students are graced with full access to true Hawaiian classics, from Mana Bu's for Spam musubi to Waiola for shave ice. But at the top of everyone's list should be a trip to this no-frills poke joint, which you'll find either from the appropriately ocean-turquoise paint job or from the line busting out the door

Idaho: Moscow Alehouse

University of Idaho; Moscow, ID

It's daily specials like Monday Wing Night—150 pounds of wings by the bucket—and an all-day happy hour for students on Saturdays that lend to the laid-back vibe here. The wings are a local favorite (go for the house "voodoo" BBQ sauce), but the whole menu is full of reliable pub-style classics.

Illinois: Zorba's

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Champaign, IL

This Green Street standout bounced back stronger than ever after a ruinous 2011 fire and has now been wrapping beloved gyros for more than four decades. Make sure you get there for at least one Groovy Tuesday, when the classic gyro (the lamb-beef combo and the crowd favorite) is $1 off.

Indiana: Mother Bear's Pizza

Indiana University; Bloomington, IN

The place truly looks like a cabin that would actually house a fairy-tale bear, but don't worry: It's home only to the pizza that students perennially dub the best in Bloomington. And if you think you won't have room for a salad after your deep-dish deluxe pie, reconsider: It comes with Goldfish crackers on top for the most adorable croutons you'll encounter.

Iowa: Hamburg Inn No. 2

University of Iowa; Iowa City, IA

Former patrons of this storied greasy spoon include presidents from Reagan to Clinton, so you know it can cater to any taste. But even if it's 10 p.m., order breakfast: The cinnamon roll French toast and fluffy omelets are as comforting as it gets. Just don't skip a pie shake, the famous treat that blends soft-serve ice cream with a whole slice of pie.

Kansas: The Wagon Wheel

University of Kansas - Lawrence; Lawrence, KS

Everyone knows this hangout as simply The Wheel. Call it by its full name, and you'll look like a freshman as you're shoving down the Wang Burger, a bacon cheeseburger topped with a fried egg.  Beware: The game-day crowds are rowdy, which is understandable, considering KU's first college basketball team was coached by the man who invented the game.

Kentucky: Tolly-Ho

University of Kentucky - Lexington; Lexington, KY

Even though it moved to a location a bit farther from campus than the previous one, Tolly-Ho still lures students with its legendary burgers. It's open 24 hours, so no matter when your day begins (or ends), you can dig into a towering Mega-Ho, a triple-high burger dressed to the nines.

Louisiana: The Chimes

Louisiana State University; Baton Rouge, LA

Some people are perfectly satisfied sitting through Shakespeare 101 or intro to algebra. For others, Chimes offers Beer University, a hands-on malty education that replaced its previous Around the World beer challenge. And all the Louisiana staples are all there to help in your beer studies: Think BBQ shrimp po'boy, fried alligator and crawfish étouffée.

Maine: Libby's Market

Bowdoin; Brunswick, ME

You can't go to Maine and not seek out the best lobster rolls around, and locals will tell you that means a pilgrimage to this holy grail of small town convenience stores. Other nearby favorites include the glazed twist at Frosty's Donuts and anything on the menu at Wild Oats.

Maryland: Chick & Ruth's Delly

United States Naval Academy; Annapolis, MD

The family-owned, mom-and-pop shop has some impressive food challenges if you're into that sort of thing, but the everyday person knows to just get anything with crab in the title. There are handmade pies, patriotic vocal performances and, as if you need further charming, a whole website page showcasing people who have gotten engaged there.

Massachusetts: Antonio's Pizza

University of Massachusetts - Amherst; Amherst, MA

Though consistently voted among the country's top campus food, even the best dining halls get stale. That's where Antonio's comes in. It's a pizza joint that boasts such abundant and fresh toppings that its pies are like glorious open-faced pizza sandwiches. Chicken bacon ranch and Buffalo chicken are definite favorites, but the siren call of $1 "hot cheese up front" is a symphony to all.

Michigan: Fleetwood Diner

University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI

With its corner location, 1950s-style exterior and sticker-covered walls, this is about as classic as diners get. The hippie hash, a savory parfait of buttery hash browns, grilled vegetables and feta cheese, is hands down the dish to try. Luckily, Fleetwood is open all hours of the day, so you'll never have an excuse not to go.

Minnesota: Hogan Brothers

St. Olaf College & Carleton College; Northfield, MN

The town's motto is Cows, Colleges, and Contentment. The first explains its dairy-rich history, the second provides the population and the third is what you'll experience when biting into a fully loaded hoagie on homemade honey-cracked wheat at this beloved sandwich spot.

Mississippi: Ajax Diner

University of Mississippi; Oxford, MS

When you walk in, look up. The ceiling is lined with an upside-down garden of toothpicks from years of creative diners blowing their sandwich picks through a straw. In addition to local lore, there's reliable Southern food at this standby that's known to be one of Ole Miss alum Eli Manning's favorites. Bonus tip: In addition to his well-loved restaurants, local chef (and dedicated fan) John Currence caters football tailgates.

Missouri: Blueberry Hill

Washington University in St. Louis; St. Louis, MO

The walls are lined with collectors' items, the plates are filled with burgers and the Dart Room is bustling with students channeling their competitive spirits somewhere other than homework assignments. The late Chuck Berry played more than 200 shows here, further securing Blueberry Hill's place in local history.

Montana: Missoula Club

University of Montana; Missoula, MT

Let's drop the extra syllables: It's really called the Mo Club, and everyone's here for the burger. It's hand-patted with onions, cooked on a miniature flat-top grill behind the bar, and best topped with horseradish cheese and seriously spicy mustard. The place was recently purchased by an alum (and current NFL player), keeping it in the Grizzly family.

Nebraska: The Watering Hole

University of Nebraska; Lincoln, NE

When you think wings, you likely envision a deep-fried, sauce-laden happy mess waiting to happen. But the experience is one-upped here, where the expertly seasoned wings are then grilled before they're served. There's magic in those char marks, and generations of students know it.

Nevada: The Little Nugget

University of Nevada, Reno; Reno, NV

A large banner on the ceiling proudly proclaims "9 out of 10 vegetarians don't eat here." That's because of the Awful-Awful burger, a half-pound-of-steak burger on an onion bun with all the toppings and a hefty serving of fries. It's both awful big and awful good, and proof that good things can come out of the back of a casino.

New Hampshire: Lou's Restaurant & Bakery

Dartmouth College; Hanover, NH

Dartmouth students are known for taking the Lou's Challenge, which involves pulling an all-nighter from studying (or partying) and making it to Lou's for breakfast promptly at 6 a.m. when the place opens. The cruller French toast is an excellent choice, even if you're not in a delirious state. The mile-high apple pie, malted shakes and apple cider doughnuts are all contenders for dessert after "breakfast."

New Jersey: Hoagie Haven

Princeton University; Princeton, NJ

One student sums up the hoagies here to us as "super elaborate and unhealthy," which is basically everything an overworked Ivy Leaguer could want in a sandwich. Case in point: the Phat Lady, which is a cheesesteak with mozzarella sticks and fries. Perhaps the true testament to its legacy is that when a Subway branch opened down the street, it promptly went out of business three years later.

New Mexico: Frontier Restaurant

University of New Mexico; Albuquerque, NM

The sweet roll at this campus-adjacent icon is an irresistible plate-sized spiral of sugar, cinnamon and joy. But since one cannot live on dessert perfection alone, there are house-made tortillas (which you can buy to go) and plenty of dishes that use green chile, the hallmark of regional New Mexican cuisine.

New York: Main Street Bistro

State University of New York at New Paltz; New Paltz, NY

There's never not a line around the corner here. The atmosphere is always welcoming; there's rock music on full blast; and the food is excellent, comforting and inexpensive. None so much, though, as the $1.95 breakfast special, which gets you two eggs any style, home fries and whole-wheat toast.

North Carolina: Time-Out

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Chapel Hill, NC

Time-Out never actually takes a time-out, as it's open around the clock, which must be because students' love for the classic chicken cheddar biscuit knows no temporal boundaries. Consider it an edge that the Tar Heels will always have on their rivals over in Durham.

North Dakota: Sandy's Donuts

North Dakota State University; Fargo, ND

All that cold weather clearly drives a need to consume as many apple fritters and maple bacon doughnuts as possible for an extra layer of warmth. NDSU even has a Sandy's Donut Club, whose oath includes phrases such as "Let the light of donuts shine upon my allies and enemies alike" and "Changing the world, one donut at a time."

Ohio: Bagel & Deli Shop

Miami University; Oxford, OH

There's barely an inch of blank wall space here, thanks to the quirky framed posters that advertise the more than 90 steamed bagel sandwiches. One favorite is the Crunch 'N Munch, a turkey number with smoked cheddar, honey mustard, Parmesan peppercorn ranch dressing and nacho Doritos. There's also the Messy Katie, with which you'll get cream cheese, avocado, Colby and honey mustard all over your face, but it'll be more than worth it.

Oklahoma: Eskimo Joe's

Oklahoma State University; Stillwater, OK

There's a lot of character (and an equal amount of beer) that oozes out of this popular hangout spot. It's known for the cheese fries, but don't bother unless you're going to get them topped with sweet peppered bacon. And if you don't walk away with one of the famous T-shirts, did you even really go?

Oregon: The Dough Co.

University of Oregon; Eugene, OR

What screams college louder than a freshly baked three-cheese calzone delivered to your door at 3 a.m.? Getting that cheesy pocket of bliss with a side of oven-warm cookies, with milk. But should you operate on a more regular schedule, The Dough Co. offers a quality lunch special, and the 30-plus calzone options are all good choices.

Pennsylvania: Berkey Creamery

Pennsylvania State University; State College, PA

In case you needed any further excuse for an ice cream pit stop, consider that the namesakes behind Ben & Jerry's went to Penn State to learn how to make ice cream. It's home to the largest creamery in the country, which shouldn't be surprising given the more than 120 total flavors. Wave hello to the cows next door to thank them for your scoop of death by chocolate.

Rhode Island: Anthony's Italian Deli

Providence College; Providence, RI

The subs are lunchtime heroes. Especially the Chicken Italiano, laden with chicken, prosciutto, roasted red pepper, fresh mozzarella and balsamic: "I dream about it," one student confesses. The true specialty is the Godfather sandwich (or "sangwich," as it's called), a five-meat combo that's as Italian as its name.

South Carolina: Cafe Strudel

University of South Carolina; Columbia, SC

The hangover hash browns are the way to go, even if you're not cowering under the weight of an alcohol-induced headache. They'll leave you wishing everything came with banana peppers. And good news for people who can't decide between sweet and savory breakfasts: You can order a single cinnamon pancake, because decisions are overrated.

South Dakota: Phillips Avenue Diner

University of Sioux Falls, Augustana University; Sioux Falls, SD

You're close enough to Canada at this diner that you can trust that the poutine is on point (which it is), and the loaded milkshakes are as great as the plains that surround this picturesque city. Plus, it has the diner vibe perfected, Airstream trailer, linoleum tiles, aluminum counter stools and all.

Tennessee: Calhoun's

University of Tennessee; Knoxville, TN

You'll catch boaters from the Vol Navy docking up to this waterside restaurant on game day, as it's fully accessible by boat from the Tennessee River. The vibe is definitely what will attract you, but once you're there, you might as well polish off a rack of the signature hickory-smoked baby back ribs.

Texas: Fuego Tortilla Grill

Texas A&M University; College Station, TX

The Dixie Chicken, another legendary hangout, might house a live rattlesnake and be home to so-called Bottle Cap Alley, but it doesn't have 24/7 breakfast tacos. That's why the Texas crown goes to this beloved taco joint, which also puts fried chicken and gravy in a flour tortilla for the Southern Comfort and makes some of the best queso around.

Utah: Aggie Ice Cream

Utah State University; Logan, UT

You're practically not allowed to get your diploma until you have a scoop of Aggie blue mint, a school spirit-hued mint flavor with Oreos and white chocolate. Considering it's run by members of the university's food science program, maybe this is proof that ice cream really does make you smarter.

Vermont: Kountry Kart Deli

University of Vermont; Burlington, VT

One bite into a classic Shiner, and you'll be wondering why you haven't always put a slab of hash browns on every sandwich. Think bacon, egg and cheese but one giant step better, available until 3 a.m.—so technically two giant steps better.

Virginia: Bodo's Bagels

University of Virginia; Charlottesville, VA

The bagels at this local institution are boiled then baked, New York-style, satisfying even the toughest of NYC expat critics. And no matter how long you think the line is, it'll breeze by—partially because they refuse to toast bagels—just like a true New York establishment.

Washington: Ice-Burg Drive-In

Whitman College & Walla Walla University; Walla Walla, WA

Let the neon polar bear sign point you in the direction of the best burgers, fries and milkshakes around. Washington native Macklemore recently called its cheeseburger "the best burger ever" before launching into a performance of the ultimate food lover's song, so consider the secret out.

West Virginia: Tailpipes

West Virginia University; Morgantown, WV

The tiled floor and red-and-white checkered deli paper belie the fact that this place has been open only since 2010. But the signature burgers—like one topped with peanut butter, fried banana and smoked bacon that would make Elvis weak in the knees—will snap you back to modern times.

Wisconsin: The Old Fashioned

University of Wisconsin - Madison; Madison, WI

Don't even think about graduating without getting the cheese curds because, well, Wisconsin. For extra credit, order an old-fashioned—weird pairing, sure, but it's what the place was named after, and you have to put your ID to use somehow.

Wyoming: Born in a Barn

University of Wyoming; Laramie, WY

It may be a relative newcomer on the Laramie scene, but the two UW alums who started this wing- and burger-shaped hole in town are filling it in style. If you're the type who's bad with decisions, beware of the 16 wing sauce options—or just embrace the wing flights (ha), which let you sample six at a time.

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