Mexican Tortilla Pie, Rice
Blueberry Pancakes, Scrambled Eggs
Spinach Noodle Casserole (making one to freeze), Salad
Baked Fish (picked up flounder filets on sale) w/ a little lemon juice, salt and pepper; Sauteed Squash, Green Beans (I just changed this because the Hubs walked in with 4 Target bags full of fresh green beans this morning!)
Homemade Pizza (rolled over from last week), salad
Extra Meal- something simple like a frozen skillet meal
Breakfast: Pancakes (making double so I can freeze some), Cereal, Eggs, Fruit
Lunches: Leftovers, Egg Salad/Turkey Sandwiches, Chicken Nuggets, Carrot Sticks, Fruit, Yogurt
Snacks: String Cheese, Fruit, Popcorn, Pirate's Booty (funny name, I know, but it's good and a healthier alternative to my cheeto craving!), Raisins
Notable sales for those of you who have Targets/Publix near by:
Target: Pampers Jumbo Pack on sale for $10.79, plus $1.50 off P&G coupon (Sunday's paper)- Yes, I am buying diapers, even after that HUGE shower but you must remember that I do have a 2 year old who is still in diapers. Anyone want to donate to Luke's diaper fund?? We won't be potty training until the spring.... :)
I also think that Target has Hershey Bliss Chocolate on sale and there is a $1.00 off printable coupon as well... I mean chocolate is a necessity, right??
Publix: Betty Crocker Brownie Mix BOGO, plus $0.40 off printable coupon
Juicy Juice 2 for $4, plus $1.00 off coupon on Juicy Juice Website.
Cheerio's BOGO plus $1.00 off printable coupon
I'm also having issues with my coupons printing! As I speak I'm attempting to print off specific coupons. And guess what?? It's printing the coupons I DON'T won't. Ahhhhhhh! Anyone need a coupon for OptiFree ReplinISH contact solution?? Grr.
I normally don't add my coupon deals but I did want to kind of show a little at how I save on groceries. I'm definitely not as good with that kind of stuff as some out there but I do what I can. And like I've said before I only use coupons on things I need (besides the chocolate.. but like I said, chocolate is a need.. to me anyway) and on things that are already on sale.
A great resource for money saving is afullcup.com. You can go there and click on the forum section and find your local grocery store and match up sales and coupons. It took me a little while to navigate it and while I don't use it all the time, it is useful to catch something that I might have overlooked as I'm going through the sale papers and coupons.
Well, maybe some of this has been helpful to someone! I feel like part of my 'job' is to make sure that my 'trading is profitable' (Proverbs 31:18).