Thursday, June 27, 2013

This week's Kroger deals

Basic Almond Flour Muffins
Today was my big shopping day for the week and I got a few nice deals at Kroger. One of the best deals was on Kroger cheese. They have 8-ounce packages on sale for $1.25 each with a limit of eight packages. I bought eight of them for $10.00. But, I also had two store coupons; one for 70¢ off 2 packages of Kroger cheese and another one for 50¢ off a $2.00 cheese purchase. That brought the price per package down to $1.11 each. I'm pretty sure that the regular price is about $2.59.

They also had 12-ounce packages of different kinds of Kroger brand frozen fish on sale for 20% off. The Swai fillets were $2.39 on sale and I had a store coupon for $1.00 any Kroger frozen fish. Not bad for $1.39 after the coupon.

I needed some dill pickle relish and they were out of the kind I usually buy at Walmart today. But, Kroger's store brand was on sale for $1.00 per jar. The regular price is $1.19. This week they have 30-ounce jars of Hellmann's mayonnaise on sale for $2.99 and I had a dollar off coupon. $1.99 is a very good price for Hellmann's and was even cheaper than the Kroger brand mayo.

The best deal of the day was on Reynold's baking cups which I use when I make my Basic Almond Flour Muffins. Those are usually 75¢ per package but they were on sale this week for 65¢. I had a coupon for $1.00 off so I got them FREE. You sure can't beat free, can you?


  1. Why buy Hellman's when you can make your own and you know what is in it? Alison

    1. Although I do like the idea of making my own mayonnaise, I don't for a couple of reasons. The first is that it actually costs more to make your own than to buy store bought, especially if it's on sale and/or I've got a coupon. Secondly, homemade doesn't keep nearly as long as store bought and I don't use it often enough to justify making it myself every time I need a little bit. I also don't like the flavor of homemade as well as store bought, at least for most purposes, but maybe that's because I haven't worked out just the right ingredients to suit my taste yet.

  2. No, you definitely can't beat free, great job! Alison