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KIND BARS 12 PACK $11.43 ON AMAZON

Right now you can get a 12 pack of KIND bars on Amazon for $11.43 ($0.95 per bar!)  Here’s how:

Go here and add the item to your cart. 
Choose Subscribe and Save, which will drop your price to $12.70. 
Click “Sign Me Up”, and then enter coupon code KINDBTSI, which will drop your price to $11.43.  
Shipping is always free with Subscribe and Save.  

 

Here’s what Amazon has to say about their Subscribe and Save program:

When you order through our Subscribe & Save program, you’ll:
• automatically receive a new shipment of the item in intervals you select–every one, two, three, or six months
• get a discount on our everyday price
• get free shipping on every Subscribe & Save shipment
• pay for each order only when the item is shipped
• have the option to cancel at any time 

So, when you receive your item, just cancel the automatic shipments.

Thanks, Healthy Life Deals!

 
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Posted by on August 10, 2011 in Amazon, Where I Shop

 

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SEVENTH GENERATION DIAPERS FOR $0.15/DIAPER

UPDATE:  THESE ARE NOW $22.59 WITH SUBSCRIBE AND SAVE, STILL A GREAT DEAL.  REMEMBER, AMAZON PRICES CHANGE ALL THE TIME!

If you weren’t able to get to Babies ‘R Us or Walmart to get the $5 Seventh Generation diapers, this is the deal for you!

Amazon has the Seventh Generation Newborn size diapers (144 count) priced at $21.33 when you choose the Subscribe & Save option.

Other sizes are as follows:
Stage 1 – 176 diapers for $25.09
Stage 2 – 160 diapers for $27.93
Stage 3 – 140 diapers for $26.60
Stage 4 – 120 diapers for $26.60
Stage 5 – 104 diapers for $26.60
Stage 6 – 88 diapers for $26.60
 
Here’s what Amazon has to say about the Subscribe & Save program:
 
When you order through our Subscribe & Save program, you’ll:
• automatically receive a new shipment of the item in intervals you select–every one, two, three, or six months
• get a discount on our everyday price
• get free shipping on every Subscribe & Save shipment
• pay for each order only when the item is shipped
• have the option to cancel at any time 
 

So, just cancel once you receive your diapers, if you don’t want to keep receiving them.

Thanks, Money Saving Mom!

 
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Posted by on July 26, 2011 in Amazon, Where I Shop

 

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GREAT DEAL ON COCONUT FLOUR

UPDATE:  You can still get it here.  Same pounds, even slightly better price, $14.01 with Subscribe and Save!

There’s a great deal right now on coconut flour through Amazon.  You can get 6 of the 16 ounce bags (that’s 6 pounds!) for $15.61 when you choose Subscribe and Save.  That comes out to about $2.60/pound.  The Subscribe and Save orders also come with free shipping.  (You can cancel the subscription at any time.)  So, if you need to stock up on coconut flour for Zucchini Bread or Chocolate Cupcakes, order now!  Amazon prices change quickly.

Information on Subscribe and Save from Amazon:

When you order through our Subscribe & Save program, you’ll:
• automatically receive a new shipment of the item in intervals you select–every one, two, three, or six months
• get a discount on our everyday price
• get free shipping on every Subscribe & Save shipment
• pay for each order only when the item is shipped
• have the option to cancel at any time 

Thanks, Real Food Allergy Free!

 

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NEW JULY SAVINGSTAR E-COUPONS

The new SavingStar E-coupons are available for July!  Head over here to register/login and activate your coupons!

And speaking of SavingStar, I just got my first Amazon gift card (more like a credit) and it worked beautifully.  It was SO easy.  I chose Amazon as my SavingStar payout, and within 24 hours they emailed me a code to use on Amazon.  I added it to my account, and got the credit, just like that.  I used mine to replace the GPS mount that we lost (actually left in the rental car) on our trip to Potter County!

This is a wonderful program!

 
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Posted by on July 1, 2011 in Coupons

 

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BEST EVER GLUTEN FREE CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES

THE BEAUTIFUL CUPCAKE

All right folks, for those of you longing for a moist, delicious, LOW CARB, GLUTEN FREE cupcake, here it is!  After my daughter was diagnosed with CD, I learned to make these, and my husband actually asked me (BEFORE his diagnosis) to make them rather than regular cupcakes made from wheat.  He liked them better!  The coconut oil, flour, and milk are essentially to this recipe.  You can get coconut oil pretty much anywhere, Wal-Mart, Amazon, any grocery store, although it is a bit pricey.  I use gift cards to get free stuff on Amazon.  The cheapest coconut oil I have found is LouAna at Wal-Mart.  Probably not the highest quality, but it sure makes this recipe well!  Coconut flour I buy in bulk on Amazon.  For coconut milk, check the ethnic section of your grocery store!  INCIDENTALLY, THESE ARE ALSO DAIRY FREE!

Ingredients:

6 T coconut oil

1/2 cup cocoa powder

4 tablespoons coconut milk (or a little more for added moisture)

6 eggs

1-1/2 cups sugar

1/2 teaspoon salt

1/2 teaspoon vanilla

1/2 cup coconut flour

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

Directions:

Mix together coconut oil and cocoa powder.  You may need to warm the oil on the stove or in the microwave.  I just warm them together on the stove top.  Allow to cool slightly.

In large mixing bowl, mix together coconut milk, eggs, sugar, salt, and vanilla for about a minute on medium, until well blended.  Mix in the coconut oil/cocoa powder mixture.  In a separate dry bowl, sift the coconut flour and baking powder together.  Add mixture to batter and mix well, until all lumps disappear.  Grease a dozen muffin cups (yes, you do need to grease the cups that are already non-stick).  I put them in my pan and then just give them a light dusting of non-stick spray.  Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes.  After that, watch them, as they burn easily.  Use a cake tester, and as soon as they are done in the middle, pull them out.

Allow to cool, then frost.  We use my mom’s buttercream frosting, SO good.  It has spoiled us for any of that storebought junk, and we always know it’s GF, too!

Mix together 1 pound of confectioner’s sugar, a teaspoon of vanilla, a few tablespoons of milk (or coconut milk if dairy free), and 1/2 cup butter (or soy margarine or butter-flavored Crisco if dairy-free).  Add a little more milk to get the right texture.

I promise, this one won’t disappoint!

Oh, and these freeze beautifully!

Cupcake portion of recipe adapted from Cooking with Coconut Flour by Bruce Fife.

Frosting recipe is from my mother.  Thanks, Mom!

 

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BAKED OATMEAL

Preheat oven to 375.  Mix dry ingredients:

3-3/4 cups brown sugar

10 cups GF oats (Bob’s Red Mill sells these – they’re great! – Try finding it on Amazon and paying with gift cards from Swagbucks!)

5 T baking powder

1 t. salt

cinnamon to taste

Mix wet ingredients:

8 eggs beaten

3-3/4 cups milk

Add wet ingredients to dry ingredients.  Then stir in 2-1/3 cups melted butter.  Add apples, raisins, nuts, etc. as desired.  Pour into TWO 9 x 13 pans and bake at 375 for 40-50 minutes.  Top should be browned, edges crispy.  (I usually halve this recipe.)

 
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Posted by on June 10, 2011 in Baked Oatmeal, Breakfast, Recipes

 

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SWAGBUCKS

Swagbucks is a glorified search engine that awards you points (called Swagbucks) whenever you perform a search, play a game, or other random activities throughout their site.  As someone who is trying to be a good steward of my time, I really do not spend much time at all trying to get these points.  However, I bring it up on this post, because Swagbucks is where I print my coupons instead of going to Coupons.com.  You are awarded 10 Swagbucks for EVERY COUPON YOU PRINT AND REDEEM from their site.  When you get 450 Swagbucks, you can redeem them for a $5 Amazon gift card.  As someone who loves Amazon for the great deals on coconut flour, millet flour, and GF pretzels, I have to say this is pretty great.  I use coupons all the time, so with every Swagbuck worth a little over a penny on Amazon, this is a great bonus, on top of using coupons I was going to use anyway.

In order to get a $5 gift card from Amazon, I would have to print and use about 45 coupons (good grief, I can sometimes use that in 1 shopping trip!) so to me, it is well worth it.  I don’t even waste my time with the searches, watching videos, playing pointless games, and taking polls, although you can if you want to.

If you would like to sign up for Swagbucks, go to Swagbucks.com to sign up!

 

 

 
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Posted by on May 29, 2011 in Coupons, Information

 

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