Today was a good one. I managed to use 20 coupons and save over $25 in ad sales. I also have everything I need for the School break and Easter dinner and appetizers. Some of the highlights include:
Wesson Oil on sale for $2.69 Con Agra Coupon from All You for $1/2
Wilderness Pie Filling is on sale for $2.49, and the Flavorite variety is on sale in store special for $2.19 I stocked up. (see bbq below)
Oscar Mayer Deli on sale in store $2/$7 Newspaper coupon $1/2
Jimmy Dean Premium bacon was on sale 2/$5
Pillsbury Crescents and Cinnamon rolls $1.67 Plus Newspaper coupns and -$4 catalina, made the actual out of pocket $.67 for Easter morning cinnamon rolls.
Country Crock $2.99, newspaper coupons for $1/2
Borden Sensations $1/1
Betty Crocker Cupcake icing $1.69, newspaper coupon $.55/1
Michelob Tuscan fruit flavored 6pk $5.99 with Rebate save $10 on Produce! I course fresh Dole salad with $1 off tearpad coupon, sweet potatoes, and cantalope I fulfilled my min requirement.
Free Farmland ham for spending $250 in March, -$7.95
All in all, it was a huge savings day for me. I saved over 50% after rebate and Catalina rewards. My our of pocket for a week was just at $78.
BBQ: I have always been looking for good deserts to make on the bbq after I'm finished grilling. Rarely, can I find good ideas. However, I started making up crisp in foil pans last year and now it's a favoritie at our house.
You will need:
1 Foil bread loaf sized pan
1 can of pre made pie filling
2 T brown sugar
3 T melted butter
4 T flour
4 T quick oats
2 T chopped pecans
Just put the pie filling in the pan, then mix up the "Crumble" topping. Sprinkle the topping over the crisp and place on grill. I close off our bbq vents and remove heat. It's warm enough to bake for 30 minutes and be ready for dessert at the same time your dinner is finished.