Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Quick Tip....

Just wanted to let you all know about shortcuts.com! You have got to check it out if you frequent Smith's for groceries. It has different coupons on the site daily, so check back often and you can store up to 20 on your fresh values card. My favorite have been the diaper coupons. All you have to do is load your fresh values card number in the website and then add coupons to your card. It automatically loads them on there and you can also use coupons you cut from the paper too! So I add a huggies coupon from shortcuts on my card then I use one from the paper too and it is like using double coupons! Great savings!!!

My new addiction lately has been eating a can of Campbell's chicken noodle soup and instead of adding water, add milk! So yummy!!!!!! You have got to try it. Now that the weather is getting cooler, it is time for more soup!


Anonymous said...

I do love shortcuts.com! You'll have to use it with that $2 Huggies coupon I saved for you. That would be $3 off diapers, plus if you buy them on sale it makes it even better. Oh, and PLUS you get your baby points. The deals just keep getting better. :D

I've never heard of eating chicken noodle soup with milk! It doesn't sound very good, so I might have to try it and see what I think.

Michelle & Troy Satterthwaite said...

for a girl who doesn't like milk that is just a strange combination! LOL! Thanks for the tip I can't wait to start saving money like you.

Jacqui said...

Awesome...I haven't heard of this one and will try it out. Do you know if the Smith's over there by you guys still doubles coupons? Thanks for the fun tip.

Janet Eyring said...


I commented on your comment on my blog, but wanted to make sure you got the answer here, too.
I have posted the corn-bread cake mix recipe on my other blog: slowcooker101.blogspot.com
Most of the recipes I use that have cake mixes are from my co-author's books: 101 Things to do with a Cake Mix and 101 More Things to do with a Cake Mix. In the "more" book I LOVE the cinnamon rolls made with a cake mix.
Hope this helps! Good luck!

sharpest family said...

Yummmmmmy! I love adding milk. I normally add half water and half milk but I'll have to try all milk. That sounds like it will be so creamy!