Let's do this shiz. Here are some free sample things you can try to get:
Quaker Oatmeal Squares
Loreal Youth Code
Free Lego Magazine Subscription (Jackson gets this- it's pretty cute.)
Betty Crocker Summer Cookbook for download or print
I also have my menu plan figured out for the next two weeks for sure, but I have a few "alternate" meals I bought groceries for in case I decided I didn't want one of these or our schedule changed and I had to something quick & easy. If you see a meal with "(2)" next to it, it means we're having it multiple times in that week. For example, we ALWAYS have spaghetti on Saturday. Mostly because it's my favorite, but also because I bake it in the oven and it's just what we do on Saturdays.
Pork chops, wild rice, corn
Hamburgers, baked beans, chips
Skillet Chicken and Veggies (new recipe)
Sandwiches and pasta salad
Cheesy Mac & Beef (new recipe)
Parmigiano & Herb Chicken Tenders (new recipe)
Beef tips with noodles
Pork chops and pasta side dish
Chipotle chicken (new recipe)
Hotdogs, baked beans, corn on the cob
Next week I'll tell you how those new recipes turned out... or at least some of them.
Some of you have asked where I have been getting my online coupons or finding coupon match up's. So the three websties I use 99% of the time are:
Krazy Coupon Lady
Today, especially on Couponing 101 and Krazy Coupon Lady, if you go on there they are busy making the matchup listings for pretty much all major retailers. I am looking at the Walgreens matchup on Couponing 101 right now to see what coupons I have, what I need, and figuring out what I'm going to buy. Most of these also have the coupon policies for the stores as well, which you should carry with you.
So obviously, I have no kick ass projects I finished this week but I have a few up my sleeve for next week that I hope to get done. Stay tuned. ;)