Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Freebies Coupons and Deals

 Hello Everyone,
I hope you are having a blessed day.  If you have kids at home during the day this new site will be something you will want to check out. Sign up now for this free service from Kraft Kitchen.  This should be fun for you and the kids....go ahead it will really be fun.  Really!!

looking to teach your kids about nutrition and cooking skills?
Big Fork Little Fork is the answer. Beginning in April you will receive creative tips and ideas for how to get your kids to eat smart and have fun in the kitchen. Easy to follow cooking videos and tasty ideas your kids will love making—and eating! Sign up for this monthly email!
 Thanks, Kraft Kitchens

 A great coupon from Right @Home
 Take a look Save up to $4.00‡ on Glade(R) products. Print coupons.

If you are plaqued with constipation....MiraLax is a great option for you.  It works easily and naturally.  Give it a try for free.  I think you will like it. Then watch for coupons they come out frequently.

For a limited time, MiraLAX is offering a free sample and a coupon.




Firefox 4 is out and ready for download

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From kim komando    Thanks,

Here are some great frugal money saving uses for day old bread- from an article written by:
Deborah Jeanne Sergeant

Save Bread
  • Save slices in the freezer until you get enough for making stuffing. It's great with chicken, pork and turkey.
  • Crumb slices with a food processor, along with paprika, parmesan cheese, minced onion, salt and pepper. Top a casserole and broil until browned.
  • Pop a slice in the cookie jar to revive hard cookies.
  • Make slices into French toast by dipping in a 50/50 batter of egg and milk with a sprinkle of ground cinnamon.
  • Tear up slices and feed the birds.
  • Thickly butter slices and sprinkle with garlic powder. Toast in a 350-degree oven for Texas toast.
  • Crumb slices for breading. Brush 10 chicken strips in buttermilk and dip into a mix of 1 cup of bread crumbs, 1/2 tsp. seasoned salt, 1/4 tsp. pepper, and 1 tsp. dried cilantro. Bake on a greased rack in a baking pan for 15 minutes at 375 degrees.
  • Make croutons by cubing slices, tossing in canola oil and sprinkling with garlic powder, paprika, and onion powder to taste. Then baking at 300 degrees until crisp and dry
Thanks, Dollar Stretchers

Blessings, Jean

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