Mum-of-16 admits she forks out over £1,300 every month to feed her family
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Anyone with children will know just how pricey the big food shop can be.
Tiffany took to her YouTube channel, which boasts more than 2.8 million subscribers, to share some details about her 'huge Costco haul'.
In the video, just over 20 minutes long, the mum ran through the list of groceries she orders from Costco and just how long they last her family of 18.
She revealed she spent a mammoth $4,055 (£3,352) at Costco and another hefty $700 (£579) at Walmart - totalling in at a huge $4755 (£3,391) for just months-worth of food shopping.
So, if we do the maths, that would mean that Tiffany and Benji are setting aside around £1,310 every single month just for food and drink for their big family.
Now, you may be wondering where on earth Tiffany even stores over a grand's worth of groceries per month.
Well, after its all been delivered to her front door, the mum enlists the help of her family to help put it all way into the pantry stroke designated storage room.
However, Tiffany admitted she's not the best at organising the food storage.
In the video, she confessed: "I know people have these amazing systems and you think by now I'd have an amazing system.
"But I have craziness going on all the time and sometimes I'm just hanging on by the skin of my teeth!"
I mean, with 16 kids running about, that's more than understandable.
Tiffany also said the storage room felt like a 'grocery store' once all the items were packed away.
Such items included a load of frozen fruit and veg, frozen fish and meat, milk, yoghurt, cheese, eggs, snacks, pasta, rice, sauces, tinned goods, loo roll, kitchen towels, tin foil, batteries and a 'tonne of water'.
The YouTube video has since clocked up more than 662k views with a whole load of comments from people eager to share their reactions to the mammoth haul.
"Love how Tiffany always cares about her kids and makes sure they have everything they need," praised one YouTube user.
A second penned: "This is like a lifetime supply for my family!"
"Bless the person who had to shop and deliver all that!" added a third.
Bless them, indeed.