Printable Coupons: Kashi Cereal and Bars, Earth’s Best, Stoneyfield Farms

Kashi CouponCheck out these great new coupons on Coupons.com!

$1/1 Kashi Soft Baked Cereal Bar

$1/1 Kashi Berry Blossoms Cereal (doesn’t that sound good?)

I’m serious when I advise you to print these sooner rather than later. I missed a few deals last month cuz I waited too long!

Also, if you vote for a farm on Stoneyfield Farm’s Facebook page, you can print out several coupons:

$1 off yogurt, cheese and butter and .75 off milk!

Thank you to Amy who posted this great deal on the Greenbacks Gal Facebook page!

While you’re on Facebook, here’s another Facebook coupon:

Buy One Get One Free Better Oats

And this printable coupon from Earth’s Best makes a great deal at Target:

Earth’s Best Organic Baby Food $1/7

  • Use this coupon at Target to get 2nd foods for only .56 each!

Happy Printing!

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Meatless Monday: Pasta E Fagioli

Pasta e Fagioli Ingredients

Quick and easy. Add ingredients, leave some out. This soup can be made any of a 100 ways and it will always be satisfying. With the exception of the carrots and the celery, all ingredients can be found on my staples list. Make sure to have these ingredients on hand and to stockpile them when you find a great price. Then you can whip up a quick meal any night of the week!

Remember, even if you aren’t vegetarian, your family can benefit from one night a week of a meatless meal. It is good for your health as well as for your pocket book! And of course its GREEN!

Pasta e Fagioli

Pasta E Fagoli Serves 6

1 T Olive Oil

1/2 medium onion, diced

2 cloves garlic, minced

2 celery stalks, sliced

1 carrot, diced

3 C beef stock

3 C water

28 oz can whole tomatoes, chopped

15 oz can cannellini beans (or 2 cups cooked beans)

2 t dried basil

1/4 t red pepper

1 C whole wheat pasta (elbows or shells both work great)

sea salt and pepper to taste

Parmesan cheese (optional)

1. Heat oil in large saucepan. Add onions, garlic, and celery and saute for 6 minutes.

2. Add stock, water, carrots, tomatoes with juice, beans, basil, and red pepper. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover, and let simmer for 15 minutes.

3. Return soup to a boil. (important or pasta won’t cook!) Add pasta and cook for 10 minutes or until pasta is al dente. Season with salt and pepper and serve topped with Parmesan cheese, if desired.

Now it’s your turn! Have a great recipe that could be served on Meatless Monday? Please link it up below. All I ask is that you link directly to your post so we can find it later. Also, please be sure to add a link back here to Meatless Monday so more people can join in the fun!


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Target Deals: 2/27/11 – 3/5/11

Remember, Target allows you to use both a Target coupon and a Manufacturers coupon on the same item!

The Target ad didn’t thrill me this week. But there are all sorts of unadvertised deals that you’ll want to find!

Excedrin 20 ct $3.59

  • Use the $3/1 Target coupon
  • Also use the .75/1 Excedrin coupon from the 2/27/11 Smart Source Insert
  • FREE!

Maalox Chewables 90 ct $4.54

  • Use the $5/1 Maalox coupon from the 1/9/11 Smart Source Insert
  • FREE!

Up & Up Dental Floss .89

Up & Up Pantiliners .87

Wolfgang Puck Soup $1.99

Plus, you can still get Seventh Generation cleaners for between .64 and .99!

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Safeway Sunday Ad: 2/27/11 – 3/8/11

Safeway Frozen Food CouponI’m sure you’ve had your cup of coffee and read your paper by now. So I know you’ve already seen the Save $5 off ANY $15 Frozen Food Items. It does exclude frozen meat or seafood. PLUS – even though it says “instantly” you do need to present the coupon to get the $5 off. Not so instant in my book, but whatever, right?

I haven’t come up with any brilliant scenarios yet. But here is some pricing to get you started.

Safeway Frozen Fruit $5/2

  • If you buy 6, you pay $10 after the $5 coupon – making them $1.66 each.

Kashi Frozen Entrees $3.49

  • Buy 2 and use the $1/2 coupon from the Safeway Frozen Foods booklet (Fine print says 1 coupon per visit)
  • Pay $3.00 each before the $5 discount

Morningstar Farms $3.99

  • Buy 2 and use the $1/2 coupon from the Safeway Frozen Foods booklet
  • Pay $3.49 each before the $5 discount

Green Giant Frozen Vegetables $5/3

  • Use the $1/3 coupon from the Safeway Frozen Foods booklet
  • Pay $4/3 or $1.33 each before the $5 discount

Alexia Frozen Potatoes $7/2

  • Use the $1/2 coupon from the Safeway Frozen Foods booklet
  • Pay $6/2 or $3 each before the $5 discount

O Organics Frozen Vegetables are $6/3 through 3/1/11

Boca Meatless Products $4.29 each

  • Use the $1/2 coupon from the Safeway Frozen Foods booklet
  • Pay $3.79 each before the $5 discount

California Pizza Kitchen $5.49

  • Use the $1/1 coupon from the Safeway Frozen Foods booklet
  • I’ve read there is a $1.25 On Your Next Order catalina printing when you buy 1 pizza. If you try this, will you let us all know in the comments?
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Better Living Network: Links

The Better Living Network has some great posts this week I think you’ll enjoy!

Eat at Home Menu Planner

Tiffany at Eat at Home has a new FREE downloadable Weekly Menu Planner. Check it out cuz it is super cute and practical to boot!

Crystal at Crystal & Co. has a great resource for How to Plan for a Section 504 Meeting at Your School. Please pass this resource on to those in your life who may need it.

Kay at Bucksome Boomer shares her Department Store Shopping Strategies. I’m heading to the mall later today, so I enjoyed her tips.

Nikki at Coupon Cookin is my go to girl for Whole Foods Deals. Although these deals vary by region, it is worth taking the same coupons in hopes of scoring the same unadvertised deals!

Brandy at Savin Some is the BEST at repurposing and creating clever items. Check out the pillow she made out of a sweater.

Finally, we don’t have a CVS here in C Springs. If you are looking for CVS deals, the Coupon Mommie has all your match-ups!

Happy Reading!

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Walgreens Deals: 2/27/11 – 3/26/11

Register Rewards ~ Walgreens has a coupon program called Register Rewards. Each week Walgreens has items that when you purchase them, a Register Reward is printed. Register Rewards are like cash that can be spent on anything in the store. There are two items you need to remember with Register Rewards:

  1. Register Rewards Expire. You need to make sure you spend them before they do!
  2. You May Use Register Rewards and Manufacturers Coupons BUT the number of coupons you use in any transaction can not exceed the number of items you are purchasing. For example, if you pay with (1) Register Reward and (1) Manufacturers coupon {2 coupons total}, you must buy 2 items – you can’t buy just 1 item.

FREE AFTER REGISTER REWARDS

Applied Nutrition Anti Aging $10

  • Get a $10 Register Reward – like getting FREE

NasoGel Drip Spray $4.99

  • Get a $5 Register Reward – like getting FREE

Motrin IB or PM $3/20 ct

  • Use the $6/2 Zyrtec, Pepcid or Motrin from the 1/9/11 Smart Source Insert
  • Pay nothing out of pocket, get a $3 Register Reward! A $3 money maker!

Colgate Toothpaste $2.99/4 oz

  • Use the .75/1 Colgate coupon from the 2/27/11 Smart Source Insert
  • Pay $2.24 out of pocket, get a $2.99 Register Reward. Like making .75!

Poligrip $1.99

  • Register to use the $1/1 printable coupon
  • Pay only .99 out of pocket, get a $1.99 Register Reward. Like making $1!

HEALTH AND BEAUTY

Organix Shampoo and Conditioner Buy One Get One Half Off

  • Buy it only if you need it – we often see buy one get one FREE on this brand

HOUSEHOLD

Hydrogen Peroxide .33 with in-ad coupon

  • At this price – stock up! Seriously, this is about an 84% savings! Try using it during your Spring cleaning to clean your tile and grout! Also great at removing blood stains from clothes!
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Stockpiled 7th Generation, Scored on Manager’s Specials

Target and King Soopers GroceriesI’ve been an unorganized shopping mess this week! Sick kid, husband off work for a few days, kids home for parent teacher conferences, and I just couldn’t keep everything I needed to do straight.

I started off the week hitting Target (trip number 1) and got 4 bottles of 7th Generation dishwashing detergent for .64 each! I love the lavender mint scent. And heaven knows I need some sort of incentive to do the dishes! The problem was, I was so excited by the 7th Generation deal, I completely forgot to get the OptiFresh contact lens cleaner I need.

Target Spent: $3.36

Target Saved: $8.00

I then went to King Soopers to get produce and FREE Starkist tuna and FREE Colgate.

Hello. My name is Andrea and I’m addicted to free toothpaste.

The Colgate is now in the donation bag waiting for the first Sunday of the month when it will get collected.

King Soopers Spent: $22.41

King Soopers Saved: $24.83 or 52%

Also shown in the above photo is trip number 1 to Safeway this week. My husband wanted cottage cheese and I found 2 on manager’s special for 50% off. I wanted spinach. No savings there. While there we picked up oranges and bananas too.

Safeway Spent: $34.87

Safeway Saved: $16.85

Safeway Shopping Trip 2My girls needed a few ingredients for baking, so I ran back to Safeway where I couldn’t resist the manager’s special on dairy.

Safeway Second Trip: $16.58

Safeway Second Trip Saved: $20.91

So…..I got really excited about the Lipton Tea Deal. I forgot to get the honey.

Natural Grocers: $10.75 for honey. Didn’t save a penny. Bought the good CO stuff.

Then I went back to Target for trip 2. Do you think I bought OptiFresh? Nope. I got 3 bottles of FREE Up & Up Ibuprofen – except the .14 tax.

So this week I spent $88.11 and I saved $70.59 and I still need to go back to Target. Just one of those weeks.

What about you? How did you do this week?

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