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1# split peas $1.69
11 Hormel Sandwich Makers* @$2.28
2 Boxes Jiffy corn muffin mix @$.67
Organic Chips for Miss Sarah @$2.99
-coupons used: (11) $1.00/1 Hormel, $10.00 HyVee Credit.
Final price: $10.10 — I saved over $34.00 because the Hormel normally runs about $3.49 at my stores.
*I know — eesh, right?
The hubster LOVES this kind of thing for work –
it doesn’t need to be chilled, he just pops 2 buns in his lunch bag with it and a piece of fruit or some veggies…
they zap and are ready in less than minute…and each one makes two hot sandwiches. Sloppy Joe, Pulled Pork, Meatball and BBQ Chicken — I got him a variety.
Between this, and the 20 Hormel Completes I got a few weeks back,
he is good to go through the end of May when you add in occasional leftovers.
The split peas are in the crock pot now — with some of that 10# ham (that I got for under $2) from a few weeks back. We really made a lot out of it so far : baked ham dinner, scalloped potatoes with ham, ham and broccoli quiche, ham and cheese grilled sandwiches and now split pea soup!
I figure that I have enough left yet for omelette’s and a great ham and potato soup…yum!
I know — a big chunk out in the first week!
I have 2 gallons of Vanilla Soy Milk yet, 1 Gallon of Vanilla rice milk, and a little over 1 quart of cream – in addition to the gallon of flavored creamers for scontes. I will be making my own bread this month… we will eat a LOT of string cheese and yogurt out of the freezer so that $15 ish should go pretty far for eggs, sugar and milk (hubster hates soymilk)…I may cash in some Walgreen’s points too – who knows.
How has your month started off?