Halloween will be here soon, and one of our inexpensive family activities that we do together is to make a treat and watch a kid-friendly Halloween movie. This Halloween Monster Munch is easy to make and you can mix almost any type of Halloween candy with it. And the edible candy eyes are a fun addition to the treat. Here’s how to make the Halloween Monster Munch:
The Pinners Conference is this November 6-7, 2015 at the South Towne Expo Center in Salt Lake City. If you haven’t heard about Pinners Conference, it features nearly 80 classes taught by presenters throughout the nation. And it’s also an expo with about 200 exhibiting businesses providing options in the worlds of DIY, crafts, wedding, baby, cooking, photography, party planning, nails, scrapbooking, holiday decor, clothing, jewelry and all sorts of other things.
This would be such a fun event to go to with your friends! If you are interested in attending, you can get 10% off your ticket when you use the promo code CENTBYCENT at checkout! Just go to the Pinners Conference website and click on “Register” to begin the checkout process. Below is the price of tickets and what they include:
I love Halloween and get excited when the month of October arrives! Below are posts about how to Find and Make Inexpensive Halloween Costumes for Kids, 20 Halloween Activities and Games for Children, and 20 Sweet and Healthy Halloween Treats ideas.
Be sure to enter the $30 Visa Gift Card Giveaway I have on the blog, plus if you have a unique baby photo of any one of your children, then enter the Store Brand Formula Unique Baby Sweepstakes for a chance to win $5,000! Head over here to enter the giveaway and for more information on the sweepstakes.
Here are the new printable coupons on Coupons.com. Print the ones you want before they are gone.
And here are new coupons on Redplum.com:
After looking through the weekly ads, here are this week’s best grocery deals in Utah, October 7-13, 2015, that you’ll want to price match at Walmart, Target, or another store that prices matches in your area. If you do price match at Target, you’ll need to take the ads with you to show them.
The items highlighted in red are really good deals that you should stock up on. And some products have coupons that you can use to get an even better deal after price matching. Walmart has updated it’s ad match policy. Click here to read about one of the changes that might affect this Grocery Deals list.
If you want to receive the SmartSource (SS), Redplum (RP) and P&G coupons, sign up to get a Sunday newspaper subscription for the Deseret News or Salt Lake Tribune for just $20 for one year (52 weeks)! That comes out to be only $0.38 per paper, which is an awesome deal! Head over here for the details.
Snickers Candy, 8.8-11.6 oz. – $2.00 each (Smith’s – When you purchase 5)
Use the $1.00/2 Snickers printable coupon here (print it twice)
Use the $2.00/3 Snickers coupon from the RP 9/13/15 coupon insert
Final price: As low as $1.33 each
Mars Single Candy Bars, 1.14-1.92 oz. – $0.50 each (Albertsons)
Apples, Gala – $0.50 lb. (Rancho – Oct. 9, 10 & 11 Only) OR Apples – Gala, Granny Smith, Golden or Red Delicious – $0.99 lb. (Smith’s) OR Apples, Honeycrisp – $1.39 lb. (Reams)
Plus earn $0.20 from Ibotta on any loose apples
Bananas – $0.50 lb. (Rancho)
Bell Peppers, green – $0.48 each (Sprouts)
Broccoli – $0.99 lb. (Smith’s)
Plus save 20% on broccoli from SavingStar
Cantaloupe – $0.33 lb. (Rancho)
Carrots, whole – Earn $0.20 from Ibotta on any fresh carrots
Carrots, baby 1 lb. bag – $0.69 each (Rancho)
Plus earn $0.20 from Ibotta on any fresh carrots
Carrots, mini 2 lb. bag – $1.99 each (Smith’s)
Plus earn $0.20 from Ibotta on any fresh carrots
Celery – Earn $0.20 from Ibotta on any fresh celery
Cilantro – $0.48 each (Sprouts) OR $0.50 each (Rancho & Reams)
Grapes – red, green or globe – $0.99 lb. (Rancho) OR $1.29 lb. (Maceys & Fresh Market)
Jalapeno Peppers – $0.59 lb. (Rancho)
Kiwi – $0.17 each (Rancho – Oct. 6, 7 & 8 Only)
Lettuce, red or green leaf – $0.48 each (Sprouts)
Lettuce – Dole Salad Blends, 5-12 oz. – $1.50 each (Reams)
Limes – $0.14 each (Reams)
With the weather starting to cool down, I love making soup for dinner. And this week, we’ve had three different soups for our dinners. This Potato & Bacon Soup is now my new favorite soup to make. You will want to plan ahead and bake the potatoes earlier in the week. Or if you forget to bake the potatoes ahead of time, just poke the potatoes with a fork and microwave them on high for 5 minutes per potato. Here’s how to make this delicious soup:
This adorable baby boy of mine is now into everything (literally). Not only is he sitting in drawers, but he has to take everything out of the drawers, bookshelves and anything else he can get his hands on. One unique thing about my baby boy is that he was born in the car on the way to the hospital.
I feel blessed that I have been able to nurse my baby since he was born and we haven’t needed to supplement with formula, but I know that not everyone is able to do that. When it comes to infant formula, many factors will help make the decision of what’s best for your baby, but the name on the container should not be one of them.
What most moms don’t know is that the FDA strictly regulates infant formula to keep little ones safe, so store brand infant formulas, like Walmart’s Parent’s Choice and Target’s Up & Up, are nutritionally comparable to national brands like Enfamil® and Similac® and meet FDA standards, at a much lower cost to your family.
So essentially, the brand of formula you use is not unique, but of course your baby is unique.
To shine the spotlight on the most important part of the formula equation–your baby, Store Brand Formula is launching a “Unique Baby” Photo Sweepstakes in which the winner will receive $5,000 AND a year supply of Store Brand Formula.
Every baby is unique. Show how YOUR baby is unique by entering the Store Brand Formula Baby Sweepstakes. They are looking for funny, silly, odd and crazy unique baby photos. Is your baby making a really bizarre expression? Perhaps your baby is making an angry face? Or maybe your baby’s hair is sticking up in a funny way. Whatever it is, they would love to see it.
Earn money from Ibotta when you purchase the following products. If you haven’t heard about or signed up for Ibotta, head over here to read about it and earn money on products such as produce and dairy that you purchase on a regular basis.
And below are new printable coupons from Redplum:
And it’s a new month, so there are a lot of new printable coupons on Coupons.com. Print the ones you want before they run out of prints.
Fresh Market’s case lot sale is going on this week from September 28 – October 12, 2015. Below are the best deals you’ll want to add to your stock pile. For more Fresh Market deals this week, look at the Grocery Deals to Price Match list for this week.
Western Family Flour, 25 lb. bag All Purpose or Unbleached – $7.99 each
Western Family Powdered or Brown Sugar, 32 oz. – $0.99 each (Case of 12 – $11.88)
Western Family Cake Mix, 16.5 oz. – $0.89 each (Case of 12 – $10.68)
Shur Saving Mandarin Oranges, 11 oz. – $0.33 each (Case of 24 – $8.00)
Western Family Vegetables, 14.5-15.25 oz. can – $0.59 each (Case of 24 – $14.16)
Western Family Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup, 10.5-10.75 oz. – $0.39 each (Case of 24 – $9.36)
Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup, 10.75 oz. – $0.49 each (Case of 24 – $11.76)
Use the $1.00/5 Campbell’s Soup printable coupon here
Final price: $0.29 each
Western Family Cream Soup, 10.5 oz. Mushroom or Chicken – $0.48 each with in-store manufacturer coupon (Case of 24 – $11.52)