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Kroger Digital Coupon Deals: Part 2 🀩

Stocked up again on some Kroger digital coupon deals Saturday. I ended up getting 7 packs of flour tortillas for completely Free plus got paid $1.30 to take 5 aluminum pans. How you ask?Well, the tortillas were on sale for .99 cents and there was a digital Kroger coupon for .50 cents off. Which was… Continue reading Kroger Digital Coupon Deals: Part 2 🀩

breakfast, budget friendly, couponing, food, grocery shopping, household

Kroger Digital Deals 🀩

90 items for $88.50! This Kroger trip was solely for stock purposes because the deals were too good to pass up. All but 2 items pictured had a Kroger digital coupon and most you could use up to 5 times. The Breakdown (After Digital Coupons): 5 Apple juices (.89 each) 5 boxes of instant oatmeal… Continue reading Kroger Digital Deals 🀩

Dinner Challenge, food, grocery shopping, Meal Planning, recipe

30 Day Dinner Challenge: #1 & #2

The 30 days of dinners has begun! Dinner Tonight πŸ’œ Porkchops with mushroom rice, black eyed peas, and salad Dinner last night: Turkey Dogs with Chili After a long afternoon of grocery shopping I went as easy as possible. πŸ€ͺ But back to tonight's dinner! Cheap, quick, easy, and fed a crowd! Approximate Cost: $15… Continue reading 30 Day Dinner Challenge: #1 & #2

budget friendly, chicken, crock pot, food, freezer meals, grocery shopping, Meal Planning

Finalized Meal Plan & Aldi Haul 😎

After taking inventory of our fridge, pantry, and freezer yesterday I realize I wasn't going to need a large ClickList order next week like I had anticipated. (YAY!) So instead, I made a list of all the meals I already had on hand, which ended up being like 12. (Thanks to me slacking on cooking… Continue reading Finalized Meal Plan & Aldi Haul 😎

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$600 worth for $392

Monthly Kroger ClickList pickup time! I’ve been saving a TON by using their service, meal planning, matching up digital coupons, using paper coupons, utilizing the sales, and using my Ibotta and Fetch apps. It sounds like a lot of work but it really isn’t once you establish a system. πŸŒΈπŸ¦‹πŸ˜‡ It can be done! $600… Continue reading $600 worth for $392

budget friendly, couponing, family, food, grocery shopping, household, kids, recipe, stay at home mom

1st Kroger ClickList Order

Where have you been all my adult life?? What would have taken me 2+ hours in the store and a lot of stress took about all of 20 mins and I’m done. If you haven’t tried Kroger clicklist you should! First 3 orders are free and after is only $4.95. Pictured below is a month… Continue reading 1st Kroger ClickList Order

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Fetch Rebate App

Found another rebate app I really like! Super easy! *All you do is scan (take a picture) your grocery receipt! Enter my referral code, U7MUC, during signup and you'll get 2,000 Fetch Points ($2.00 in points!) when you complete one receipt. Download Fetch Rewards free here: http://www.fetchrewards.com I’m all about finding ways to get my… Continue reading Fetch Rebate App