Walmart: FREE Degree deoderant trial size

by Brittany from Frugal Living NW on April 17, 2014

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Walmart: FREE Degree deoderant trial size

You might be able to find this at Walgreens, Target,  or Dollar Tree as well. Let us know what you find. I suggest printing the coupon now. Sometimes they change the wording to exclude trial size if they did it by mistake.

Degree Deodorant (trial size) on sale $.97
Use $1/1 coupon – direct link
FREE plus $.03 overage after coupon

Thanks, Rachel’s Hot Deals!

Prices vary at different Walmart Stores. This deal may or may not be available in your local store.

Find more Walmart deals here. Get the exhaustive list of Walmart coupon match-ups with a printable list feature here.

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Simple kale salad with lemon-garlic vinaigrette (recipes)

by Emily from Frugal Living NW on April 17, 2014

Simple Kale Salad with Lemon-Garlic Vinaigrette -- easy way to prepare kale and other ingredients on hand!

Simple Kale Salad with Lemon-Garlic Vinaigrette

Back in January, I read that kale was so 2013. Apparently 2014 will be cauliflower’s turn in the spotlight. Seriously, who decides this stuff? Is there some powerful vegetable lobby group in Washington? An Anna Wintour of the produce world? Some marketing experts doing vegetable focus groups? These are the questions that keep me up at night.

So I set out to do some serious research Google it. It’s true: cauliflower is the new kale. Just ask your friendly global culinary trendologist.

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I love a humble head of cauliflower as much as the next person, but I’m not ready to kick kale to the curb just yet. We have a close relationship that started with green juices. I used to buy kale by the bunch for $2-2.50, then I started growing it. Kale is hardy stuff; it’s easy to grow and hard to kill. I filled a huge raised bed with it, and we ate kale morning, noon, and night. Then life got busy, and Trader Joe’s offered to grow and wash and chop it for me in 10 oz. bags for $1.99! Could it get any better than this?

Hello, my darling Costco. They are now selling these big 1.5 pound bags of both baby kale & a deep green blend (baby kale, chard, and spinach) for $4.99. I’ve bought and loved both. These baby kale are more mild and less tough than their parents. If you tried kale in 2013 and weren’t a fan, it’s 2014! Try again. Just don’t tell Cauliflower.

For this salad, you could easily start with a bunch of kale and finely chop it. All pictures in this post were using the 3-green blend.

Simple kale salad recipe

I have made Heidi Swanson’s Raw Tuscan Kale Salad so many times in the past three years. It is simple + delicious. But I was ready for a little more variety and flavor. I kind of feel silly for even calling this a recipe, as the ingredients could be endlessly mixed and matched to suit your tastes. Basically, chop a bunch of kale (or whatever greens float your boat), add any combination of dried/fresh fruit, hard cheese, and nuts you want, and toss with a simple lemon vinaigrette.

My current favorite combination is chopped apples, cashews, Parmesan cheese, and golden raisins. It hits all the right notes, while giving you a simple side dish or light lunch.

While I now keep a couple bottles of store bought salad dressing in the refrigerator, making your own vinaigrette requires no sweat and only 3 ingredients. In general, combine approximately 1 part vinegar (or other acid, like lemon juice) to 3 parts oil and add whatever additional seasonings (salt, mustard, herbs) you want.

The reason I love this dressing recipe is because it combines ingredients I always have on hand: olive oil, lemon juice, and garlic. That’s it. Shake everything together in a small jar, and you’re good to go. It gives any salad a bright, punchy dressing that tastes so fresh and flavorful. You could lightly toss it with a big salad to serve a large group or store the jar in the fridge to make one salad at a time.

Kale salad recipe

Simple Kale Salad with Lemon-Garlic Vinaigrette

4 c. kale (or other greens), finely chopped
1/4 c. Parmesan cheese, grated
1/4 c. dried fruit
1/2 c. nuts (sliced almonds, cashews, walnuts)
1/2 c. fresh fruit, chopped or sliced (grapefruit, grapes, apples)

optional ideas: grated carrots, chopped avocados, diced red onion

  1. Place the kale or other greens in a large bowl and add all additional ingredients.
  2. Gently toss with the lemon-garlic vinaigrette (see recipe below).

Simple lemon vinaigrette recipe

Lemon-Garlic Vinaigrette

1 lemon, juiced
6 T. olive oil
1 small clove garlic, minced

  1. Place all 3 ingredients into a small jar.
  2. Shake. :) Store leftover dressing in the refrigerator.

Lemon squeezer - Amazon

I use my Amco Enamel Lemon Squeezer (Amazon) so often it rarely makes it back to the drawer: squeeze-rinse-repeat. I love how fast and easy it squeezes limes or lemons for hummus, guacamole, dressing, and more. These are just over $5 on Amazon right now. Get on it!

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Amazon has the Crock-Pot Cook’ N Carry 6-Quart Oval Manual Portable Slow Cooker, Stainless Steel for $23.99 right now.

  • 6-quart oval stoneware is perfect for seven or more people or a six pound roast
  • High, low, and warm settings are perfect for making chilis, stews, sauces and more
  • Lid-mounted locking system is easy to use for portability
  • Secure fit lid helps keep the unit sealed so your meal stays in when you go out
  • Measures approximately 15 by 10 by 15 inches

Shipping is FREE with Amazon Prime or a qualifying order of $35 on eligible items. Prices are subject to change at any time and without notice.

More ways to save at Amazon:

Thanks, Queen Bee Coupons!

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Target: Seventh Generation Wipes just $1.03

by Kate from Frugal Living NW on April 17, 2014

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Here’s a great deal at Target on Seventh Generation wipes. Caution: I’ve heard these have a terrible smell but at least they are cheap!

Seventh Generation Baby Wipes (64 ct) on sale $2.39
Use $1.25/1 Target mobile coupon (text BABY3 to 827438)
Use 10% off Cartwheel offer
$1.03 after coupon & Cartwheel

 Here are two other coupons you may want to print:

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Find more Target deals here. Get the exhaustive list of Target coupon match-ups with a printable list feature here.

Thanks, All Things Target!

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*It’s back!* $1/1 So Delicious Dairy Free Product printable coupon

by Krista from Frugal Living NW on April 17, 2014

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The $1/1 So Delicious Dairy Free Product coupon is back! (My favorite!) This coupon will make for some inexpensive non-dairy products when paired with a sale.

You can typically print two coupons per computer. If you cannot find the coupon, it has likely reached it’s print limit.

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Walmart: Crispix Cereal $.27 with coupon & rebate!

by Brittany from Frugal Living NW on April 17, 2014

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Walmart: Crispix Cereal $.27 with coupon & rebate!

I spotted this awesome rebate at Walmart today. Look for boxes with the $5 logo on the front. When you buy 3 and submit the codes, they will send you a a $5 check! Keep your eyes open for other varieties of cereal and at other stores too! I think the $3/3 Kellogg’s cereal coupon is gone so hopefully you printed it already.

Crispix (12 oz) on sale $2.94
Buy 3
Use $3/3 Kellogg’s cerealdirect link (use zip 77477) (NLA??)
Pay $5.82, Submit $5 Kellogg’s Rebate
$.27 each after coupon & Rebate

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Prices vary at different Walmart Stores. This deal may or may not be available in your local store.

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Candy coupons

by Kate from Frugal Living NW on April 17, 2014

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Here are some candy coupons you can print to help save on Easter egg hunts or small treats in their Easter baskets.

Remember, you can typically print two coupons per computer. Find more printable coupons here.

Looking for a specific coupon? Search the Frugal Living NW Coupon Database!

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