Tobins' Tastes: July 2013

Monday, July 29, 2013

Pillsbury's Grilled Pepper & Sausage Pizza & A Giveaway!

Disclosure: The information and prize pack have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

It is hot here in South Florida! Really hot. Way too hot to turn my oven on hot. And since we love homemade pizza in our house, we usually end up grilling our pizzas during the summer. While I love making my own pizza crust, there are many nights when I want something quick and easy but still delicious. That is why I love Pillsbury's Classic Pizza Crusts. We can have our pizza in minutes without having to deal with a mixer, yeast, rising and proofing.
Last week we made ourselves Pillsbury's Grilled Pepper & Sausage Pizza. It was the perfect fun and fast weeknight meal. We actually made it then went to the $3 movies at our local theater so it was an ideal affordable date night.

As usual, we made some alterations to the original recipe by switching out the suggested turkey sausage for sweet Italian sausage and using yellow peppers instead of red. We just happened to have those on hand and it turned out to be delicious. Want the recipe we followed? Check it out HERE!

If you are new to grilling pizzas, it can be a little bit tricky to get the hang of it at first so Pillsbury has put together an awesome tutorial on Pizza Grilling How To's. Even though we grill pizzas often, we used their step by step process this time and it worked perfectly!

Want to make your own pizzas on the grill? Thanks to MyBlogSpark and General Mills one lucky winner will get a 19 piece grill set, a coupon for a FREE tube of Pillsbury Pizza Crust, and a $10 gift card to help purchase topping ingredients. Enter through the Rafflecopter widget below (may take a second to load).

Want to have even more grilled pizza fun? In addition to my giveaway, you can also enter the Pillsbury Pizza Pinspiration Sweepstakes where you could win one of 5 grills!

How to enter the Pillsbury Pizza Pinspiration Sweepstakes:
  • Create a Pillsbury Pizza Pinspiration Pinterest Board
  • Pin at least 3 pizza recipes from
  • Head to to register your board.
    Want even more pizza recipes? Check out my 25 Homemade Pizza Recipes Round Up  
    and my Pizza, Pizza Pinterest Board!

    Friday, July 26, 2013

    A Peak In(stagram) My Life: Giraffes, Gallbladders, Lilly & More!

    What have you been up to lately? We have been crazy. Between a surprise gallbladder removal surgery, Justin's crazy work schedule and packing for Colorado, it's amazing that we found time to paint, shop, eat and so much more.

    Take a peak into my life through the lens of my Instagram: 

    I had my gallbladder out on July 10th so it's diet coke instead of beer for awhile for me.

    Ruelala obviously knew I was sick.

    We went on a day date at BJ's Restaurant in Orlando before spending the day house planning at Ikea

    Further proof of my ridiculous Lilly Pulitzer obsession/my UPS man probably judges me

    I sat in my recovery recliner and watched Justin paint the front room last week.

    Nothing says "Happy Birthday, America" like a mini cupcake flag

    We went kayaking at the Brevard Zoo and paddled right by this giraffe named Doc. No zoom!

    Want to see what I am up to in real time? Follow me on Instagram!

    Wednesday, July 24, 2013

    Publix Yoplait Go-Gurt Event & $25 Publix Gift Card Giveaway!

    Disclosure: The prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by Publix® through MyBlogSpark

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    Yoplait® Original and Go-Gurt® are proof that classic is always a good choice!

    Not only are Yoplait® Core Cups filled with delicious, flavorful creaminess, but they’re also a winning combination of nutrients – the only leading yogurt with calcium and vitamin D in every single serving cup!
    Go-Gurt® — specially made to freeze and thaw by lunchtime – are a great source of vitamins and nutrients that your kids need for building strong bones.
    And did you know that Yoplait® Core Cups and Go-Gurt® contain no High Fructose Corn Syrup?

    If you see any of my weekly shopping posts, you know what we love yogurt in our house. And I just took advantage of the current BOGO sale and a good coupon to grab a great deal on Go-Gurt earlier this week. Check out my shopping trip for details!

    And now for a giveaway! Get excited because MyBlogSpark and Publix are giving one lucky Couponing & Cooking reader a $25 Publix gift card. To enter use the Rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway runs through midnight on Tuesday, July 30th. Be patient, it may take a few seconds to load.

    Monday, July 22, 2013

    Summer Splurge: Win a $500 Amazon Gift Card!

    I don't know about you but I would be fine if summer  never ended. Maybe it's because I am a teacher. Or because I don't have kids yet. Or the fact that I have a husband who works 24 hours shifts leaving me to watch Grey's Anatomy on dvd to my heart's content while making popcorn for dinner. Not that I do that, but, you know...

    One thing about summer is that it is full of reasons to buy things. Cute bathing suits, make up with spf in it, books, dvds, camera accessories, a giant rolling cart to store all my sprinkles in (that one is probably just me). And the dangerous thing about Amazon is they have all those things. With free shipping. And my payment info is already saved, so it's so easy. So dangerous.

    Which is why I would really be able to use a $500 gift card to my favorite, one stop online shop, And when Lisa from Wine & Glue asked me if I wanted to team up with her and an fabulous group of bloggers from Online Blog Con to give one away to one of our lucky readers, I was all in.

    So head on down to the Rafflecopter widget (it can take a few seconds to load) and enter to win so you too can splurge on all those things that have been hanging around on your Amazon wishlist. (Please tell me I am not the only one with like 100 things on mine!?)  And stop by and show some of my favorite blogs of all time some summer lovin' too!

    Day Date at BJ's Restaurant

    This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and BJ’s Restaurants  but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #BJsrestaurants 

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    Let's get a few things straight about me: I love to shop, I love fun restaurants, and I love day dates with my husband. How do all these things add up to a perfect lunch date and shopping day with Justin? Let me tell you.

    The town I live in is small but wonderful. Due to its size however; I end up going out of town to do most of my shopping. More often than not, Justin and I head north to the Daytona Beach/Orlando area when we have any major shopping to do. Since Justin is a firefighter who works 24 hour shifts, we don't get to spend as much time together as we like so once a month we usually make a "day date" out of one of our out of town excursions.

    And if you're anything like me, a day date MUST include a fabulous meal. It's not a date if I'm not eating good food. So we headed to BJ's Restaurant to try out their new Big Poppa Smokers BBQ menu. Not only was it the perfect choice for our day date but it also made Justin so happy he even let me shop longer than usual afterwards.

    Every time we go shopping, we pass the same BJ's and every time I beg Justin to go but we are always on such a schedule and we have to get back home or have to go and meet friends or family somewhere and we can never stop. Needless to say, I was beyond excited to get the chance to not only eat there but to try out their new BBQ menu from Big Pappa Smokers.

    From the minute we walked in, I knew we were going to have a great meal. The atmosphere is fun and casual and the tables and booths are far enough away from each other that you really get a chance to talk and relax, which is key while on a day date.

    After a lot of deliberation, we decided to start with the Corn Fritters with Bacon Aioli and Justin ordered a BJ's Brewhouse Blonde because when it's a day date, it's completely ok to drink at lunch. I was dying to order one of their yummy looking cocktails but thanks to my recent gallbladder surgery I had to pass.

    The corn fritters were golden brown perfection with just enough spice and the bacon aioli was ridiculously good. I could have eaten at least fifty of them. Thankfully, they were portion controlled or I would have never been able to eat my lunch.

    For lunch, we decided on the Blue Ribbon BBQ Combo for two since we really wanted to try everything. It came with a half rack of ribs, half a smoked chicken, potato wedges, cole slaw, and two huge pieces of corn bread with honey pecan butter plus a choice of bbq sauce for dipping.

    Everything was amazing. The chicken was so moist it was falling off the bones, the ribs were perfect and I can't even describe the cornbread. I have to admit that I may have eaten a few bites of Justin's piece too. It was a massive amount of food and I am slightly embarrassed to say we pretty much cleaned our (very large) plate.

    Justin was so satisfied with his meal that he didn't even complain when I asked to go into a few extra stores and I have a feeling that we will be back at BJ's for our August day date and shopping day. With so little time together these days, it was so nice to be able to sit down and enjoy a great meal with Justin. Nobody rushed us, we were able to talk, and plan and relax. And to me, that part of a date is just as important as the food : )

    The Big Poppa Smokers BBQ menu and specialty offerings are going on through September 9th so we will definitely need to go back and eat from it a few more times before then. Make sure to stop in and check it out! You won't be sorry!

    You can also check out BJ's Restaurants:

    Saturday, July 20, 2013

    Saved 79% at Publix & My Running Out? Run In. Rebate Scenario

    Today was my solo Publix trip after my gallbladder removal surgery. I even carried in the groceries all by myself: : ) Little victories! I was so happy that today's trip worked out the way I had planned.

     Due to the fact that I wanted to do the Running Out? Run In. $10 gift card rebate (see details HERE), I had one transaction planned to the penny. My RORI transaction was $30.24 before tax (and $31.85 with it) so I just barely made the $30 before coupons for the rebate and got to use a $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupon. stuff.

    I wasn't sure if my second transaction would hit $30 since I didn't know if the $2 off Clean & Clear would come off before or after coupons. My cashier said it counted after and was happy to let me use a $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupon on that transaction too.

    Since we are getting ready for our Colorado trip, we aren't getting any fresh items and are basically eating out of the fridge, freezer and pantry. The fridge is looking pretty bare but I guess that will save me the trouble of cleaning it out before we leave : )

    Breakdown of today's Publix trip:
    Total retail value: $87.94
    Total spent after coupons, sales and gift card rebate: $18.59
    Total saved: $69.35
    Percent saved: 79%

    What I got with sale/coupon march ups:
    • 2 Herbal Essences Shampoos, retails for $3.19 each
      • Used a $5/2 off Any Clairol products coupon from the 7/7 P&G
      • Stacked with a $1/2 off coupon from the Target Summer home mailer
      • Made them FREE plus a $1 MONEYMAKER
    •  1 tube of Crest Toothpaste, retails for $2.87, on sale for $2.00
      • Used a .75 cents off coupon from the 7/7 P&G
      • Used a $1 off Publix coupon from the Refresh for Summer home mailer
      • Made it .25 cents
    • 2 packs of 12 Double Roll Charmin Basic, retails for $7.49 each, on sale for $4.99
    •  2 boxes of Simply Go Gurt, retails for $2.49 each, on sale BOGO ($1.24 each)
      • Used a .75/2 coupon from the 6/23 SS
      • Made them .87 cents each
    •  2 boxes of Cinnamon Toast Crunch, retails for $3.79, on sale BOGO ($1.89 each)
      • Used a $1/2 coupon from the 6/23 SS
      • Made them $1.39 a box
    •  2 Oral-B Complete Toothbrushes, retails for $3.49 each
      • Used a .75/2 coupon from the 7/7 P&G
      • Made them $3.11 each
    •  5 Yoplait Greek Yogurts, retails for $1.25 each
      • Used a $1/5 coupon from the 6/23 SS
      • Stacked with a $1/5 Publix coupon from the RORI in store sheet
      • Made them .85 cents each
    •  2 Buitoni Pastas, retails for $4.19 each, on sale BOGO ($2.09 each)
      • Used two $1 off coupons from the 6/9 SS
      • Made them $1.09 each
    •  2 Poise products, retails for $3.24 each, on sale for $2.55 each
    •  2 Clean & Clear Products, retails for $4.39 each, on sale for $2.39 each
    •  2 (16oz) blocks of Publix Cheese, retails for $5.79 each, on sale for $3.99 each

    Wednesday, July 17, 2013

    July Running Out? Run In. Promotion & $25 Publix Gift Card Giveaway

    Disclosure: The prize pack, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills and Publix® through MyBlogSpark.

     Get excited! It's time for a new Running Out? Run In. promotion from General Mills at Publix. Starting today through July 24th, look for the “Running Out? Run In.” event at Publix® to take advantage of great savings on some of your favorite brands from General Mills, like Cheerios, Go-gurt, Charmin and Dawn. So be on the look out for the promo and coupon sheet in your local Publix's this week!

    Plus, if you buy $30 of participating* items from July 17-August 2, you can mail in to receive a $10 Publix® gift card to use on your next shopping trip! For more details on this great rebate, please visit

    This week's sale ad has tons of the participating products on sale and there are some great coupon match ups too! I am hoping to do a shop for the rebate during my weekly shopping trip tomorrow so stay tuned for what I am able to get and how much I save! 

    *PARTICIPATING PRODUCTS: General Mills Cereals Cinnamon Toast Crunch® (16.2oz), Trix® (14.8oz), Cocoa Puffs® (16.5oz), Kix® (12oz), Honey Kix® (12oz), Pillsbury® Toaster Scrambles® Pastries (6ct, assorted varieties), Toaster Strudel® Pastries (6ct, assorted varieties), Grands!® Biscuit Sandwiches (7.4-10oz box, assorted varieties); Old El Paso® Dinner Kits (assorted varieties); Green Giant® Canned Vegetables (4pk, assorted varieties); Betty Crocker® Hamburger Helper® (assorted varieties); Yoplait® Go-GURT® (8ct, assorted varieties), Gain Laundry Detergent (100oz, assorted varieties); Dawn® Dish Detergent (20-24oz bottle, assorted varieties); Charmin® Basic Bathroom Tissue (12 double roll pkg, assorted varieties); Pampers® Diapers (Jumbo, assorted varieties); Crest® Toothpaste (8.2oz) + Oral-B Indicator & Complete Manual Brush (1ct) assorted varieties; Herbal Essences® (6.0 -11.7oz, assorted varieties) and Vidal Sassoon Shampoo/Conditioner (12oz, assorted varieties)

    Get excited because General Mills and Publix are giving one lucky Couponing & Cooking reader a $25 Publix gift card. To enter use the Rafflecopter widget below. The giveaway runs through midnight on Monday, July 22nd. Be patient, it may take a few seconds to load.

    Monday, July 15, 2013

    Saved 82% at Publix/Where I Have Been For The Last Week

    It has been quite a week here at our house.  After a super fun stay in the ER Tuesday night, I ended up in surgery on Wednesday evening to remove my gallbladder. It has taken almost a week but I am finally back to the land of the living and feel like I can finally start participating in real life activities now.

    Thanks so our amazing families and our very well stocked fridge, freezer, and pantry we have had plenty to eat and drink over the last week. Our big outing last night was to head to Publix to grab a few deals. I am hoping that by Thursday I will be able to do a shopping trip on my own and get back in the swing of making meals that don't consist of soup and saltines. 

    I actually had a gift card from an upcoming blog promo so this whole trip cost us nothing out of pocket : ) Make sure you stop by in this week to win your own $25 Publix gift card and for some revamped recipes that I made and photographed last week before I got sick. 

    Breakdown of last night's Publix trip:
    Total retail value: $63.89
    Total cost after coupons and sales: $11.34
    Total saved: $52.55
    Percent saved: 82%

    What I got with sale/coupon match ups:
    • 4 tubes of Pillsbury Rolls/Biscuits, retails for $1.79-$1.59, on sale for $1 each
      • Used two $1/2 Publix coupons from the 6/30 RP
      • Used two $1/2 man. coupons from the 5/19 SS
      • Made them all FREE
    •  1 tube of Pillsbury Pizza Dough, retails for $2.69
      • Used a FREE product coupon from the man. for an upcoming blog post
      • Made it FREE
    •  Bananas, .60 cents
    • Sliced Cantaloupe, $1.15
    • 2 bottles of Clean & Clear Shampoo & Conditioner, retails for $4.99 each
    •  1 box of Quaker Real Medley Bars, retails for $3.99, on sale for $2.99
      • Used a $1 off Target coupon from the 6/23 RP
      • Made them $1.99 
    •  1 box of Nutrigrain Toffee Crunch Bars, retails for $3.29, on sale for $2.50
    • 2 boxes of Golden Grahams Cereal, retails for $3.79, on sale BOGO (1.89 each)
    •  2 packages of Whole Grain Naan Bread, retails for $2.99 each, on sale BOGO made it $1.49 each
    • 2 tubs of Smart Balance Spread, retails for $3.59 each, on sale BOGO ($1.79 each)
    •  2 packages of L'oreal Face Wipes, retails for $6.99 each, on sale for $3.99 each
      • Used a $5/2 Target coupon from the 6/30 RP
      • Used two $1 off coupons
      • Made them .49 cents each

    Friday, July 5, 2013

    Double Chocolate Chip Brownie Mix Cookies

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    Have you ever been in a dessert dilemma? In our house I would say we face one at least twice a week. What to make? What should we have as our treat this week? One of the biggest dessert debates Justin and I have is the brownie versus cookie question. 

    A brownie means fudgey, chocolatey, gooey goodness but would they be too much? Too rich? A cookie on the other hand can be crispy, crunch, dunkable and easy to grab on the go which when the majority of your treats end up at a fire station is a very important quality. And so this week when I asked Justin want he wanted me to bake for his crew, he responded, "Can you make a brownie cookie? You know, a cookie that tastes like a brownie?" Done and done.

    I was thinking that I wouldn't like these. I thought that they would be too dry or too crunchy. They were none of the above. It was like biting into the best part of a pan of brownies every time. Tons of that flaky crust that in my opinion are one of brownies best qualities. So chocolatey, so moist yet easy to eat, easy to grab and as Justin pointed out, you can dunk them in milk which is less acceptable to do with a huge chocolate brownie. 

    Luckily most of these treats made their way to the fire station but we did keep a few at the house and after a great deal on strawberries at Target we decided to take them a step further. Stuffed with a layer of Lite Cool Whip and dotted with pieces of fresh strawberries these Brownie Cookies became the ultimate summer night treat. Rich, chewy cookies filled with cool filling and just a taste of fruit. Which in my opinion is all your chocolate should ever have. But that is an argument for another day : ) 


    Double Chocolate Chip Brownie Mix Cookies
    • 1 box of chocolate chip brownie mix (I used Ghirardelli's Double Chocolate Brownie Mix)
    • 1/3 cup of vegetable oil
    • 2 eggs
    • 3 teaspoons of all purpose flour
    • 1/3 cup mini chocolate chips for sprinkling on top (optional)
    1.) Mix together brownie mix, oil, eggs and flour. Consistency of batter will be in between that of regular brownie batter and cookie dough.

    2.) On a lined or greased baking sheet, place rounded, tablespoon sized balls of dough. I used a oxo cookie scoop. 

    3.) You can sprinkle the top of the dough with mini chocolate chips for even more chocolate goodness. 

    4.) Bake at 350 degrees for ten minutes. Make sure to let cool before removing from the baking sheet. Store in an airtight container. 

    Recipe adapted from I Take Joy

    Thursday, July 4, 2013

    Weekly Shopping Totals Link Up: Saved 58% at Publix- Cheap Milk & Free Butter!

    We really could have skipped going to Publix this week. We have plenty of meat in the freezer, bread in the freezer, a full pantry, and tons of veggies in the freezer too. I decided to go and grab on last set of the B2G2 Free Coke products deal since we just ran out of Sprite and I was happy to find the Celebrate Summer coupon booklet in my closest Publix store which meant I could finally take advantage of the free Smart Balance Spread deal and grab some cheap milk too. 

    I was a little annoyed that I spent over $30 today for what looks like so few groceries but considering the fact that the four 12 packs of soda and the razor cartridges alone cost over $36 I shouldn't feel too bad : ) I did hit over $60 in my two separate transactions before coupons (which I didn't think I would, but my Publix considers my total before coupons and before the B2G2 Publix $10+ promo came off the receipt) I once again got to use two $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupons. 

    I had a fun Target trip on Monday and spent $33 so between my two trips this week I did spent over my preferred $50 a week but I was able to stay under my actual $80 a week cash budget so I am happy. 

    Breakdown of Today's Publix Trip:
    • 3 tubs of Smart Balance Buttery Spread, retails for $2.50 each, on sale for $2.00 each
      • Used three $1 off coupons from the 6/2 SS
      • Used three $1 Publix coupons from the Celebrate Summer in store coupon booklet
      • Made them all FREE
    •  2 half gallons of Smart Balance Milk, retails for $3.79, on sale for $2.50
      • Used two $1 off Publix coupons from the Celebrate Summer in store coupon booklet
      • Made them $1.50 each
    •  3 Crystal Light Water Enhancers, retails for $3.79 each
      • Used a $1/2 Publix manufacturer digital coupon
      • Used a B2G1 FREE Publix coupon from the current Grocery Advantage flyer
      • Made them $2.19 each
    • 2 Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Pints, retails for $4.09 each, on sale BOGO ($2.04 each)
      • Used two $1 off coupons from the 6/30 RP insert
      • Made them $1.04 each
    •   1 package of Schick Silk Hydro refill cartridges (five count bonus pack), retails for $16.99, on sale for $13.99
      • Used a $3 off Publix digital man. coupon
      • Made them $10.99
    •  1 bag of Publix salad, retails for $3.09, on sale for $2.00
    • 5 pound bag of Russet Potatoes, retails for $4.09, on sale for $1.99
    • 2 boxes of Propel on the go drink mix, retails for $2.49, on clearance for $1.49 each
    • 2 packs of UP2U Mentos Gum, retails for $1.49 each, on clearance for .74 cents each
    • 4 twelve packs of Coca Cola products, retails for $5.49 each, on sale B2G2 Free
      • Two were free with in store promo: minus $10.98 
      • Made them $2.74 each
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      Monday, July 1, 2013

      Saved 62% at Target- Lots of Cheap Produce and Freebies!

      Yesterday I got "stuck" in Target. Talk about testing my self control to the max. The skies were dark and cloudy when I went in and before I had even finished paying for my customary Target treat of a large fountain diet coke it was storming like a mini hurricane outside.

      Due to the massive lightening and torrential rain, I ended up trapped in the store for about twenty minutes after I actually finished my shopping. This led to the typical browsing of the clearance end caps picking things up, putting them in my cart, and then forcing myself to return them to the shelf minutes later when I realized that no, I do not need more sprinkles, or the super cute $1.59 cocktail napkins. And, no, Justin definitely would not allow me to bring home any more patio furniture no matter how marked down it was.

      All in all, I think that my will power held out and I managed to save quite a bit while not breaking the bank too much. I was so happy to get a patient cashier who wasn't fazed one bit by my use of printed target coupons, manufacturer coupons, the newish Target Cartwheel App, and three (yes three!) different screens/sets of Target mobile coupons. I am sure that everyone else in the checkout area thought I was a psycho coupon lady but oh well. Their expressions changed when they heard her say my final total : )

      I was also really excited to earn Ibotta deposits for three items and to also earn an extra $3 deposit on top of that for completely the Target Freezin' bonus for redeeming three Target Store Extras in one trip.

      Just a friendly reminder, most of the deals and sale prices are from the current Target sale ad  which means they will be good through next Sunday. Some of the other deals are price cut deals which can be regional an vary in how long they are offered through. Click though the links to print the coupons I refer to, due to the time sensitive nature of printable coupons some may not be available to print anymore. Feel free to comment which questions, suggestions or deals you have found!

      Breakdown of Sunday's Target Trip
      Total retail value: $89.56
      Total spent after Ibotta deposits and earned gift card: $33.80
      Total saved: $55.76
      Percent saved: 62%

      What I got with coupon/sale match ups:
      • 1 bag of Fresh Express Salad Blend, retails for $1.99, on sale for $1.10
        •  Used a $1 off vegetables Target mobile coupon (text JULY4 or FRESH to 827438)
        • Made it .10 cents!
      • 1 bag of baby carrots, retails for $1.62
        • Used a $1 off vegetables Target mobile coupon (text JULY4 or FRESH to 827438)
        • Made them .62 cents
      • 2 cartons are Driscoll's Fresh  Strawberries, retails for $2.49 each, on sale for $1.79 each
      • 1 bag of Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers, retails for $1.97 
      •  1 bag of Ore Ida Simply Olive Oil Potato Wedges, retails for $2.69
      •  1 EVOL Burrito, retails for $2.49
      •  1 Vidal Sassoon Styler, retails for $3.99
        • Used a $2 coupon from the 6/2 P&G
        • Used a $2 Target mobile coupon (text SAVVY to 827438)
        • Made it FREE
      •  4 Bayer Chewable Aspirins (36 counts), retails for $2.24 each
        • Used four $2 off coupons from the 6/23 RP
        • Made them .24 cents each
      • Package of 12 Double Rolls of Quilted Northern Toilet Paper, retails for $6.99
      •  2 Allegra Anti-Itch Creams, retails for $4.69 each, on sale for $4.21 each
      •  2 boxes of Honey Maid Graham Crackers, retails for $2.99 each
        • Used a $1/2 coupon from the 6/23 SS
        • Made them $2.49 each
      • 2 six count packages of Hersheys Bars, retails for $2.99 each
        • Used a $1/2 coupon from the 6/23 SS
        • Made them $2.49 each
      •  2 bags of Kraft Marshmallows, retails for .99 cents each
        • In store promo to get FREE marshmallows WYB graham crackers and Hersheys bars (I did the deal twice) 
        • Used a .20/2 coupon from the 6/23 SS
        • Made them both FREE plus a .20 cents moneymaker
      •  1 Gillete ProFusion Razor and one four pack of refill blades, retails for $9.98 and $17.99 each
        • Earned a $5 Target gift card for buying both
        • Used a $10 off coupon from the 6/2 P&H
        • Used a $5 off both Target coupon from a home mail also available by mobile by texting SUMMER to 827438
        • Made it $7.88 for both which includes the razor and 6 blades
      • 2 boxes of Ghiradelli Double Chocolate Brownie Mix, retails for $2.29 each
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