Bought all this w/2 boys in less than 40 mins
By last Friday, my family worked it's way to the end of our cereal reserves when this sale came along.  Even I dreaded having yet another bowl of Raisin Bran.  By taking advantage of the B1G1 sales, stacking competitors q's (Earthfare and Whole Food $1 off Cascadian Farm products with $.75 off manufacturer's q's, our Granola cereal cost only $.24 a box), the cereal practically paid for itself!  We ended up with 4 boxes of Raisin Bran Crunch - deliciously different animal from the plain Raisin Bran; 2 plain Raisin Bran (may make muffins and share the rest with our chickens; 4 boxes of Golden Grahams and 3 boxes of Cascadian Farms Cinnamon Raising Granola. Thankfully my local Publix takes almost any competitors q's - my store does not honor E-Vic deals because they aren't printed like a traditional coupon.

Can't pass up any week that includes a variety of fresh produce on sale. NUTRITION NOTE:  Buying produce in season - $.99 or less per pound - is the most popular tip for eating healthy on a budget.  I caved and bought a pack of Kraft Deli slices that weren't on sale (about $2.39 after q) to cash in on the Publix deal of getting $1 off produce.  So for my either my yellow squash, zucchini, green beans, eggplant or okra was free).  I used 2 more Earthfare q's to get $2 off the beef wyb 2 Snyders flavored pretzel nibbles.

Can't wait to get back to you with the recipes that develop from this week's bounty!  Check back soon!

Easy Recipes for Cheap Living
Last Updated November 26, 2010
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Easy Recipes for Living Well on a Budget