5 Delicious Dinners Made From Kitchen Staples

5 delicious dinners made from kitchen staples. Sounds like a dream right?  It has been a crazy hectic day. You had to get the kids ready for school and you have been running around all day between meetings and errands. Then comes the big question, what’s for dinner? All your leftovers are gone, you don’t want to have to run to the store, and take out definitely isn’t in your budget. Here are a few dinners you can make with ingredients you have on hand.

Quiche– Pie crust, bacon, cheddar cheese, 3 eggs, 1/4 cup heavy cream and 1/2 cup ranch dressing. Layer 3 cooked pieces of bacon on top of the pie crust. Top with 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese. Whisk together eggs, milk, cream and ranch dressing and pour over bacon and cheese. Bake at 375 for 40-50 minutes until center is set and top is brown. This is the first of five delicious dinners you can make from kitchen staples.

5 Delicious Dinners Made From Kitchen Staples.

 5 Delicious Dinners Made From Kitchen Staples

Quick Chicken Parmesan– Shake some Italian seasoning on thawed chicken breasts and cook on the stove until done. Meanwhile, cook one pound of spaghetti in boiling water. Heat spaghetti sauce in the microwave. When that is done, cook a bag of self steaming vegetables. Once chicken and spaghetti are done, plate and ladle with sauce. This is one of my favorite dinners to have from kitchen staples we have on hand.

Quesadillas– Add cheese and salsa to flour tortillas. Cook in a 350 degree oven for 10 minutes. Another delicious dinner made from kitchen staples.

Get ready to make 5 delicious dinners from kitchen staples you have on hand.
After a hectic day, you will be thankful for these 5 delicious dinners made from kitchen staples.

Made From Kitchen Staples.

5 Delicious Dinners Made From Kitchen Staples

One For Each Day Of The Week-5 Delicious Dinners

Pancakes/Waffles&Eggs-Try having breakfast for dinner. You can dress things up by adding cocoa powder for chocolate pancakes or different flavorings you have on hand like vanilla or banana. You can also add spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie spices or ginger.

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Stir Fry-Take frozen vegetables and cook them in some olive oil until tender. Add spices of your choice and serve over rice.

There you have it, 5 delicious dinners made from kitchen staples.

A few simple ingredients can make a delicious meal and save on the budget too. With a little time, you can have delicious dinners made from kitchen staples. The best part being, that you have everything on hand. Now that’s what I call being prepared by having ideas for 5 delicious dinners made from kitchen staples. I hope they inspire you and that you continue to have many delicious dinners in the future.

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Take The Bite Out Of Your Budget: 6 Ways To Save On The Cost Of Your Pet

Looking for ways to save on the cost of your pet? There are 79.7 million households with pets in this country. As the pet population in our households grows, so do the costs. They are truly like having furry children. I own a cat and a rabbit and believe me, with just the two, the cost adds up. Here are some ways to help cut down on costs and still have a happy, healthy pet.

Adopt from a shelter. This will save you money from the start. Shelter animals are already spayed/neutered, up to date on their shots, and have been micro chipped. With a low adoption fee, it is definitely worth it. Other than a trip to the vet for a basic exam within a week of adoption, your costs should be pretty low to start.

Ways To Save On The Cost Of Your Pet

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Food-Food is expensive. Very expensive. I pay $45 for an 8.5 lb bag for my cat once a month from the vet. Even food at the grocery store or Walmart can be pricey. Look online for coupons or go to the manufacturer’s web site direct to find coupons. I have been able to save $5 or $6 dollars off a certain size bag at times. The brand I use even had a buy one bag get the second for a $1 promotion at one time. Also ask your vet if they have coupons available.

More Ways To Save On The Cost Of Your Pet

Ways To Save On The Cost Of Your Pet

Vet Care-Medical care for animals is just as expensive as it is for humans. I never get out of my vet’s office for under $100. And I love my vet. However, there are other options. Banfield Pet Hospitals, located in PetSmart stores across the country, offer ‘Wellness Plans’ for pets that include a bundle of preventative care services and discounts designed to meet the needs of your pet. Another option is to call your local Big R/Tractor Supply Store and ask if they have any mobile vet services that come once a month. Our local Big R hosts a mobile vet service from the southern part of our state. They offer discounts on shots, flea treatments, micro chipping and other common, non invasive procedures. They are only at the store for one day during a certain time frame and you have to reserve a slot on their web site. But the discount in cost may be worth it. This is a big way to save on the cost of your pet.

Boarding-Taking your dog or cat to be boarded while you are away can be a costly expense. Why not get creative with it. Ask your friends when they will be out of town on business or on vacation. Then arrange to do a pet sitting swap. This person should be familiar with your animal which will make their care more personal. As long as your out of town days don’t conflict, you will have a pet sitting partner and your furry friends will be much happier at home.

A Way To Save On The Cost Of Your Pet As They Get Older.

If your animal needs subcutaneous fluids, do it at home-As our pets get older, diseases and other things can crop up. My cat Carlton had chronic kidney disease in his old age and needed subcutaneous fluids three times a week. Instead of taking him to the vet all the time, I opted to do it myself at home. The supplies I needed for the month only cost about $15. It also cut down the stress on Carlton, since he could be in his own surroundings. Sadly, this only helped for a short period of time, I lost him in September of 2014.

Ways To Save On Your Pet

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Play with your animal. Exercise keeps them healthy just like it does us. So take the dog for a nice long walk. Cats can be a little more difficult to exercise. If you have a house that has stairs, maybe put the litter box in the basement and the food and water in the kitchen. Make sure your cat has lots of interactive toys to play with when you’re not there. This is another key element in saving on the cost of your pet.

Now you know six ways to save on the cost of your pet. Think about your pet’s health like you do your own. Healthy food, lots of water, exercise and good medical care. Keep these things in mind and you should have a long, happy life together.

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Back To School Supplies Savings: Parents, Teachers, Day Care Owners and Schools.

Are you looking for where you can find back to school supplies savings? It’s that time of year again. As a former day care teacher, I can still hear my parents bemoaning back to school. I can even hear my teacher friends bemoaning back to school. It is an expensive and stressful time for everyone. With paychecks shrinking and school budgets being cut, everyone is trying to get a deal on all the things their kids (both grown and small) are going to need. Not to mention the fact that you have to go out and run all around town to find what you need. But what if you could cut your running in half? Or at least shave down a quarter? Here is a list of web sites offering discounted crayons, backpacks, pencils, etc for  back to school supplies savings. Parents, teachers and day care owners rejoice.

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Back To School Supplies Savings

School Supplies Savings For Parents & Teachers:

Taking the headache out of all their educational needs with back to class supplies savings.

Discount School Supply-This web site has everything from crayons to construction paper to curriculum. They also offer infant and toddler supplies and products for special needs children. They offer a 110% guarantee, a wide selection and fast shipping. Orders over $99 are shipped free.

Oriental Trading-This company offers backpacks and totes, crayons, pencils and pens, etc. You can also start thinking ahead about upcoming holidays and order early. It looks like they have shipping promotions fairly regularly.

These are two sites where you can find back to a class supplies.

Academia At A Savings.

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 Savings For Day Care Owners And Schools.

Here are some other sites where day care owners/school officials can find back to school supplies savings. Find some deals for all your needed supplies.

Classroom Direct-This web site is a great resource for day care owners and school districts. They offer everything from cleaning supplies to educational technology (headphones, computer accessories, interactive learning tools), furniture, physical education needs (balls, fitness equipment and team building resources) and resources for children with special needs. They offer free shipping on all orders $49 or more.

Dollar Days-If you are looking to really break down your budget, this is the site for you. You can choose from price options like price per piece, case price and case pack. They also sell school uniforms as far as pants (khaki & black) and polo shirts in various colors. The only downside to this web site I noticed was you couldn’t see some of the prices unless you had an account and were logged in.

National School Supply-This web site has offerings for just about every kind of teacher you would find in a school. There are specific sections for math, music, science and social studies classrooms, etc. They also have offerings for early childhood educators as well. Other product offerings include test prep, recycled supply products and materials for multilingual learners.

Get Your Back To School Supplies Savings.

No more running around town for supplies parents, teachers and day care owners. Now you know where to get back to school supplies savings online. So sit back, relax and let the stress melt away. With any luck, you’re children will be ready before the first bell rings.

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Walk Into School In Style: Back To School Clothes And Shoes At A Discount

Time for new back to school clothes and shoes?  Would you like to find these items at a discount? Is another high end store in the mall, overly crowded Walmart or size depleted consignment shop more than you can take? Are you ready to see the seams of your wallet relax rather than burst? Then check out the following web sites to find back to school  clothing and shoes at a discount.

Back To School Clothes And Shoes At  A Discount.

6P.M.-If your child likes to wear name brands but you don’t like to pay name brand prices, this is the site for you. They offer name brands for a lot less than you would find at the mall. Brands they carry include but are not limited to Adidas Kids, Kate Spade Kids, The North Face Kids and Puma Kids. Shipping rates vary and they have a 30 day return policy. However, they do not accept exchanges.

Schoola– This web site offers gently used brand names at up to 70% off with 40% of the proceeds benefiting kids. Schools can sign up to have a clothing drive which in partnership with Schoola generates money for their school. It’s a win-win for everyone.

Your kids will be back to school with clothes and shoes at a discount.

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Back To School Clothes and Shoes At A Discount

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BurkesOutlet– Burkes offers great prices on kids clothes and shoes, up to 70%. They offer $5 shipping on your entire order, everyday. There are some down sides though. They don’t offer exchanges, you have to place a new order which will include shipping and handling. Also, their brick and mortar stores are only located in Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia and North and South Carolina. Still, I think it is a site worth checking out.

thredUp– This is the largest online thrift store offering 90% merchandise and free shipping over $79. You have to acquire an account before you can browse merchandise. This site offers kids clothes and shoes at a discount.

FabKids– Fabkids has a lot of cute styles for kids at reasonable prices. Outfits start at $29.95, dresses $19.95, pants from $19.95 and tops from $14.95, if you are a VIP. There are two ways to shop on the site. You can shop via regular membership in which case outfit pricing starts at $42.00. Or you can go VIP which includes 50% off retail pricing, your first outfit is $15, you get exclusive VIP pricing, personalized outfit picks and rewards earnings. How does it work? You get a personalized FabShop on the first of the month which includes styles handpicked for your child via their style team. You have to choose by the 5th of the month weather you are going to shop or not. If you do not take action, your credit card will be charged $29.95 on the sixth of the month. The good news? You can cancel any time. Talk about clothes and shoes for back to school that rock.

Back To School Clothes And Shoes At A Discount Made Easy.

These web sites should make clothing and shoe shopping for back to school fairly easy. No fighting crowds or cramming in dressing rooms. Now that’s called back to school shopping for clothes and shoes at a discount. Your child’s closet will be ready to go way before the bus shows. They will be going back in style,you can relax and smile, and they will be looking cool for back to school. I hope you enjoy  shopping for back to school clothes and shoes at a discount.

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Today is Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day

Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day is here! When you buy a blizzard today, part of the proceeds go to the Children’s Miracle Network.  Why do I love this so much? Well, I was born three months premature and spent four and a half months in our children’s hospital.  Some of the doctors and nurses that treated me and took care of me in the NICU are still working there today.  It’s important to me to give back when I can. Over the years I have helped with my Dad’s charity motorcycle ride, answered phones at the telethon, etc.  Being able to treat myself to some ice cream while giving back is a win-win for me.

Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day.

Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day

So go out on your lunch break or stop by with your kids. Enjoy delicious blizzard favorites like  peanut butter cup, Oreo, french silk pie, or the blizzard of the month. Donating to Children’s Miracle Network is like giving back to your own kids and kids in the community. You hope you never have to use their services on an emergency basis, but you can take comfort knowing they will always be there. Go donate a miracle on Miracle Treat Day.

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How To Make A Monthly Budget

How to make a monthly budget? A lot of people are confused by this.  Okay, so you’ve decided to take the bull by the horns and get your finances under control. You have listened to various financial experts and are going to start doing a budget every month. What information do you need? How long is this going to take?

I’ve been doing my budget for eight years and it usually takes me about an hour a month to write it all out. I do this before the following month even starts so I have a very good idea where we are at.

Here is how to make a monthly budget in just a few easy steps.

Step 1: I gather my checkbook, log into my bank account and grab a notebook. I take note of the balance in my checking account and then subtract what hasn’t come through yet. I write this number on the top left hand side of the page.

Step 2: I add my estimated paycheck amount to my bank balance for the first week.

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Step 3: At the top of the page I account for our expenses for the month in two columns. Then I make four columns for the rest of the month. I label each of these columns according to how many weeks in the month. (Week 1,2,3,4,etc.)

Step 4: I go back to the page with our expenses listed and make notes of the due dates for each bill then allot a certain amount for weekly expenses like gas and groceries. Then I look at the calendar and plan out what bills are going to be paid which week.

Step 5: I add all our bills for each week. Gas and groceries are included every week.

Step 6: Next, I go back to the balance in my notebook and start subtracting bills. If I get to the end of Week 1 and there’s a balance leftover then that money gets rolled over to the next week and added to the next paycheck. I keep doing this until all bills are accounted for. If there is a balance leftover at the end of the month, I split it and put half of it in savings. That is how to make a monthly budget.

When you first get started, it isn’t going to go smoothly. Things will come up, you will forget small items like birthday presents, flea treatment for the dog or your kid’s soccer cleats. It takes about 90 days before everything is smooth sailing, but the peace of mind you will have knowing exactly what comes in and goes out will be priceless. This is how to make a monthly budget.

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Discount Web Sites For Music, Movies, Books And More

Do you want to find some priced just right discount web sites? Are you a savvy shopper? Keep a close eye on your budget? Are you an entertainment lover, wine connoisseur, or candy fanatic? We all love to treat ourselves once in awhile. But books, DVDs and CD’s can be pricey. Wine can sometimes be out of sight and the packaging of candy seems to be getting smaller and smaller. The following web sites will help you indulge in your passions and save some cash. Here are some great discount web sites when you want to treat yourself to music, movies, books and more.

If you love music, try:

SecondSpin.com: I love Second Spin and have ordered from them various times. They offer used CD’s, DVD’s and Vinyl and prices are very good. They often run promotions and specials. Shipping is a standard $3.99 on all orders in the U.S. They also have a great variety. Order something that is defective? No worries, they will send you a return label for an exchange. This must be done within 30 days of ordering. Looking to make some money? They will buy your used CD’s and DVD’s. They will even reimburse you for the shipping.

Deep Discount.com: Deep discounts offers new movies/tv shows, cds, vinyl, fitness accessories, Blu-ray and DVD’s, electronics, video games, etc. Everything on the site is brand new.

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If you love Books, try:

Book Outlet. I came across Book Outlet last year when I was Christmas shopping. They have a good selection of discounted books. Sometimes you will find what you’re looking for and sometimes you won’t. They do have really good prices. I got my Mom a cookbook by chef Lydia Bastianich for $13.00, normally $30. I also ordered other books for friends last year. Another perk is every time you order a book you get a $5 coupon for your next order. (Limit 1 coupon per order regardless of quantity.)

Thriftbooks. Thriftbooks is a new and used book store online. Each book must pass a quality control test before being offered for sale. Orders over $10 have free shipping. They are environmentally conscious in that they ship books in 100% recycled packaging. Also, if there is no demand for a book they either donate it to charity or recycle it, keeping more waste out of our land fills. They have reasonable prices and a very good selection.

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Even more discount web sites.

If you love wine, try:

WineExpress.com. Wine Express has a lot of wines to choose from. You can purchase by the bottle or by the case. You can shop by type, country, expert rating, price, on sale, etc.

Tastingroom.com. Tastingroom.com sells sample size 50ml bottles. These are about the size of a pour at a wine tasting. Not only is this a great site for wine connoisseurs but also for those just learning about wines. This is because consumers can buy mixed sampler packs at extremely reasonable prices.

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If you love candy, try:

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Thewholesalecandyshop.com This web site is a candy lovers dream. You can buy all kinds of candy in bulk which is good for larger families. (Think treats for potty training? Or a special treat in a lunchbox?) You can also buy single candy bars as well. They also sell cough drops in bulk which would be good for large families in the winter time. This would also be a great web site to look at around Halloween time. They have lots of variety and good prices.

These are some great discount websites. So the next time you want to go on a mini shopping spree, have had a bad day, or just want something new, surf on over to these sites. You may find what you really want at a steal of a deal. Think of it as discount web sites at their finest.

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But Why Do A Budget?

Why do a budget? It’s that time of the month again. You sit down to pay the bills and once again, you are having a mini coronary because there is too much month left at the end of your ‘shoestring’ budget. I hear it all the time. “I don’t have grocery money.” “I’m behind on my light bill.” “I’m so stressed out.” It’s not that you don’t have enough money, it’s that you have a hard time managing it. And that’s okay. There is nothing wrong with you if you struggle in this area. It wasn’t until I picked up the book The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey eight years ago that I learned how important a budget is.

I know what you’re thinking. Why do a budget? They are no fun and too hard to stick to. The number one reason I can give you to why you need a budget is that you will know exactly where each dollar is going and your stress level will go down. Maybe not at first, it takes tweaking and adjusting over about a 90 day period. But once you’ve got it down, you’re gold.

Why do a budget?

Why do a budget?

Here are some of the biggest perks of doing a budget every month:

*Knowing exactly what your monthly expenses are. Sitting down and listing your expenses on a piece of paper let’s you see where all your money is going. It is quite an eye opener. (You know, like that $180 cell phone bill you pay every month.)

*It helps you figure out what can be eliminated. When we got serious about getting out of debt, we didn’t have cable for about two years. We also got out of our pricey T-Mobile contract and started paying about $100 for both of our cell phone plans with Straightalk. ($80 savings right there-Boom!)

* Seeing exactly what’s coming in and going out is a stress reliever. When you can look and see exactly what needs to get paid during a certain week, it’s liberating. When you’re not struggling to remember due dates, it’s a huge relief. Not only that, you will feel like you’re giving yourself a raise. There have been times I have found an extra $50 hiding in there because we removed something (cable, high phone bill, take out) from the picture.

I have been doing a budget now for eight years. Every month, pencil and paper. (Yes, I’m old fashioned that way, I’m a writer after all.) But you can also use the software of your choice, whatever is easiest for you. I’ve learned over the years that money management is 80% behavior and 20% head knowledge. Our budget has worked wonders over the years. Try it and see if it makes a difference. Who knows, you may go from ‘but why do a budget?’ to ‘how did I ever manage without?’

 

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Grinding Down Your Grocery Bill Savings

Do you want to grind down your grocery bill savings? Everybody wants to save money on their groceries. Feeding our families is one of the most expensive feats we have to do and if we’re not careful, it can get out of control. Grocery bills can climb to astronomical heights by not paying attention to what you put in your cart or how much it costs. Here are a few tips to make your next trip to the grocery store easier and cut down your costs too. This is called grinding down your grocery bill.

Grocery Bill Savings

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Make A List-I know this sounds obvious, but you wouldn’t believe how many people I see just throwing things in their cart without a care. Making a list helps itemize and organize your ingredients and keeps you from making impulse purchases.

Plan Your Meals Around What’s On Sale-Look at your circulars and take note of any meats, veggies or dairy that’s on sale. Then build your menu around it.

Look for discounted meats-Meat can make a huge dent in a grocery budget. Look for meats that are discounted, there is nothing wrong with them. Just because the expiration date is a few days after you buy it or the day of, does not mean it is spoiled. Take it home and put it in the freezer. On one of those weeks where money is tight, you will be thankful to have a full freezer.

Look for discounted bakery items-Every store has a display of discounted bakery items. This display can be a gold mine when you are looking for rolls for your sandwiches or a cheap treat. But only buy what you need, as these breads tend to spoil faster than the ones in the traditional bread aisle.

Eat one to two meatless meals a week-Not only is this healthier for you, it will shave some dollars off your budget. So bring on the mac n’ cheese, salads and vegetable quiche. Your wallet will thank you.

Eat your leftovers-Leftovers are great for lunches. It’s healthier and will save you a ton of money compared to buying take out or eating from the vending machine. Once a week, have a leftover night to make sure things get eaten up.

Use what you have-Don’t feel like going to the grocery store? Having a week where money is extremely tight? Challenge yourself and use what you have in your fridge, freezer and pantry. A bag of salad and chicken breasts can become lemon pepper chef salad, for example. Get creative.

Eat Before You Shop-This is crucial. If you go to the grocery store hungry, you are bound to come home with more than what’s on your list, mostly impulse buys. It’s happened to me. So by all means, eat before you shop. This alone will add up to grocery bill savings.

And one last tip for those of you who really struggle with the whole grocery thing; recipes, lists, ingredients and all. It’s okay, you’re not alone in your struggle. I love food and planning a menu but even I get stuck sometimes. Although I haven’t tried this yet, I have thought about it.

Try eMeals– Basically, you pick a meal plan based on your family size and eating style. Each week your meal plan arrives with seven days of meals including entrees and sides. You also receive a detailed grocery list organized by section. If you choose a specific grocery store your meal plan will be coordinated with weekly sale items. As of this writing, plans range from $30 (3 mnths), $48 (6 mnths) and $58(12mnths) for two people. Prices are the same for a family menu which feeds 3-6 people.

In conclusion, there are many ways to save on your groceries. Get creative and have fun with it. Your wallet will thank you and who knows, the money you save could be used for a special night out once in awhile too. Now that is what grocery bill savings is all about.

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Sweet Sips And Treats For A Steal This Summer

Do you need a sweet sip or treat for a steal? Have you had a rough day? Or maybe it’s your lucky day and the food or beverage you are craving is being honored on it’s National Day. Like you, I love food. But more importantly, I like to save money. The following tips are how you can get your sweet sips and treats for a steal this summer.

National Food Days (Treats For A Steal)

Fried Chicken Day (July 6)-KFC and other national chains as well as local restaurants usually commemorate the holiday with deals.

IHOP- On July 12, IHOP will be celebrating their 58th anniversary. In honor of this, they will be offering 0.58 short stacks of pancakes from 7am-7pm.

National Ice Cream Day(July 17, 2016)-This year National Ice Cream Day falls on the third Sunday in July. Keep an eye out on Facebook and ‘like’ the official pages of Baskin-Robbins, Cold Stone Creamery, Carvel, etc to see what’s being offered. Also, don’t forget to contact your local ice cream shops as well.

National Hot Dog Day (July23)-In the past, 7-Eleven and Quiktrip have offered free or discount hot dogs. Contact your local convenience store for details.

National Waffle Day (Aug 24)-Restaurants such as Bob Evans, Denny’s and Waffle House typically offer coupons, BOGO meals or a free waffle.

Sweet Sips And Treats For A Steal.

Sweet Sips For A Steal.

Dunkin Donuts-Love iced coffee/tea? Dunkin Donuts runs a .99, any size iced coffee or tea from 2pm-6pm on a fairly regular basis. I do know it is a limited time offer. Iced coffee is my downfall. 🙂

National Root Beer Float Day (Aug 6)-In the past, A&W has offered a free float to each customer.

Now those are my kind of sweet sips and treats for a steal this summer.

 

Other Sweet Sips And Treats.

Here are a few other ways I have found to get treats at a discount.

Join the DQ Fan Club– Want more ice cream? Go to Dairy Queen online and sign up for their Fan Club. You will get six coupons a year for a BOGO medium size blizzard.

Blue Bunny iscream Team-Looking to save some money on the treats you bring home? Join the Blue Bunny iscream team to receive coupons, enter contests and sweepstakes and learn about new products.

Here’s to a happy, healthy summer of sweet sips and treats once in awhile this summer. You deserve it.

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