- Kraft Cheese (shredded, blocks, crumbles and singles) are on sale this week 2/$4 at Homeland. Now Homeland regularly charges about $4 a bag for the shredded, so this is a good deal. Most of this cheese has a use-by date of March, 2009 so its an item I can stockpile and keep in the fridge for a few months (or even longer in the freezer). I also have a couple of coupons I have been using. I have (2) $1/2 kraft items. Doubled that gets me 2 bags of cheese for $2 or $1 each. I also have a coupon save $1 wyb 1 kraft cheese and 1 nabisco cracker. Wheat Thins and Triscuits are on sale 2/$4, so after coupon (doubled) I pay $2 for the cheese but get the crackers for free. They'll work great for snacks or with soup.
- Grands Biscuits and Crescent Rolls. Both are on sale 3/$5 or $1.67 each. There are $1/1 printables out there for each, which gives you about $.30 overage per package after the coupon is doubled.
- Progresso soup is $1.50 or $.40 after the $1.10 printable coupon. There is also a money back guarantee on these.
- General Mills Cereal (select varieties) is 2/$5 and there is a $1/1 in the Jan/Feb All You magazine. I'm going to use it to get me a $.50 box of lucky charms. I still have about 3 boxes of free Rice Krispies, so I have plenty of cereal for next month.
I'm still keeping my eyes out for a good deal on manwich sauce. There is a rebate where you can get a $2 coupon for meat or buns wyb 3 cans. They let you do multiple rebates (3-4) so if I get a good deal on the sauce, I am looking at 6-8 meals for about $5.