Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Meijer 10 For $10 Get 11th Item Free Sale (8/22-8/28)




Here is a complete list of the items included in the 10 for $10 Get the 11th Item FREE! Mix or Match Sale! This list covers the West Michigan area Meijer stores. If I missed any coupons for the following items, let me know and I will add them to the list. 


Meijer Pasta Sauce 26oz

2 Liter Bottles of Soda: Coca Cola, Pepsi or 7UP, RC or A&W products

Bar S Jumbo Meat Franks, Chicken Franks or Bologna 16oz or Sausage Links 8 oz. pkg. Smoked or Polish
$1/2 cpn (bologna)

Meijer 5 Pk. Soft White Light Bulbs 40W, 60W, 75W or 100W

Armour Lunchmakers

Michelinas Authentico Entrées, Lean Gourmet Entrées or Budget Gourmet Entrées
$1/5 cpn 

Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad

Meijer Kettle or Butter Microwave Popcorn 3ct

Angel Soft Bath Tissue 4 rolls

Minute Maid Lemonade, Limeade or Punch 64 oz. carton. All varieties.

Kraft Easy Mac Cup or Macaroni & Cheese Select varieties.

Rotel Diced Tomatoes 10 oz. Select varieties.

Meijer Split Top White or Wheat Bread 22oz loaf

Meijer Dressing 16 oz

Meijer Croutons 5 oz

Meijer Olives 5.75-6 oz

Mars King Size Candy or Theater Box Candy

Glaceau Vitamin Water 20 oz Select varieties

Ronzoni Healthy Harvest Pasta, Smart Taste Pasta Select Varieties
$1/2 cpn 
$1/2 cpn

Light 'n Fluffy Noodles 12-14oz

Meijer Pretzels 9-15 oz. Select varieties

Meijer Liquid Dish Soap 25 oz. Assorted varieties.

Betty Crocker Family Brownies

Aunt Millies English Muffins 6 ct./12 oz. pkg. Select varieties.

Armour Sliced Pepperoni 3 oz. pkg

Banquet Meals 5-10.25 oz. Assorted varieties

Green Giant Vegetables 7-10 oz

Meijer Soft Cookies 10-11 oz. All varieties.

Pascal Celery, ea

Meijer Facial Tissue Flat 160 ct., cube 86 ct. or cube with lotion 66 ct

Aunt Jemima Breakfast Entrées Assorted varieties.

Meijer Seeded Hamburger Buns or White Hot Dog Buns 12.5 oz. 8 ct. pkg

Healthy Choice Soup 15oz

Betty Crocker Boxed Potatoes

Meijer Essentials Paper Towel 1 big roll

Meijer Fruit in Juice or Syrup Select varieties of peaches, pears, fruit cocktail or mixed fruit.

Old Orchard Apple Juice, Apple or Pomegranate Juice Blends or Lemonades 12oz frozen concentrate
$1/4 cpn

Dole Premium Salads: Classic Romaine 9 oz., Greener Selection 12 oz. or Just Lettuce 11 oz.

Lance Filled Crackers 10-11 oz. All varieties.
$1/2 cpn 07-11 S
55/1 cpn

Hunts Tomatoes 14.5oz Select Varieties
45/3 cpn 08-01 S

Betty Crocker Warm Delights 2.9-3.6oz
75/1 cpn 08-08 GM

Betty Crocker Cake Mix 18-18.5 oz. or Frosting 12-16 oz. Select varieties
75/2 cpn 08-08 GM(must buy BOTH Cake Mix and Frosting to use cpn)
50/2 cpn 
50/2 cpn

Betty Crocker Helpers
75/3 cpn 08-08 GM
75/3 cpn
75/3 cpn 
75/3 cpn
75/3 cpn 

Totinos 15 Ct. Pizza Rolls
40/2 cpn 08-08 GM

Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits All varieties including Golden Layers.
30/2 cpn 08-08 GM
30/2 cpn
30/2 cpn 
30/2 cpn
30/2 cpn

***Please take the time to check out your local ad, which you can find here.  IF Meijer is not your store of choice, head over to BeCentsAble's Grocery Gathering


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Monday, August 23, 2010

Menu Plan Monday 8/22-8/23


I can not believe that I haven't posted menus since the beginning of May! Life has been very busy lately! The summer sneaked up on us and then flew by! Now, the new school year is approaching and I need to get back on track with making menus each week. When I stopped posting them I lost the motivation to even make them so for much of the summer I have been flying by the seat of my pants in the meal department.  It is time to get the motivation back, so I am going to start posting menus again. 


Last week’s menus were delicious! I stuck with simple, family favorite meals.  I took advantage of the nice weather to grill several times so I did not heat up the house.  We have been having my parents over for a meal at least once a week during the last several months. If they do not come to my house, we go to their house and eat a meal with them. Doing this routine seems to be helping my mom, who has dementia, to actually eat home-cooked meals rather than going out to eat for every meal.  My dad has stated that when she eats with a crowd she seemingly eats better than when it is just the two of them. 

Last week’s grocery shopping was a big shopping trip. Hopefully I calculated things correctly so I will just have to a staples run (milk, produce) these next couple of weeks before payday.  We are still working at paying down some unexpected debt along with having THREE birthdays and an anniversary in the next month!  So I am trying to keep the grocery bill down so that we have the extra money to work with for the "celebrations". 

Hopefully sometime this week, I will be able to get some long overdue baking done.  With the new school year fast approaching in a couple of weeks and having to actually pack a child's lunch for the first time, I want to have some baked goods ready to go! It would be nice to get a big stash of items done so that I don’t have to worry about not having something to pack in his lunch. 

This week’s meals are more of my simple, family favorite meals.  Things are going to be busy around our house again this week so I am keeping things simple in the kitchen. I am not totally sure what day or days, my parents are coming over so I might have to change some things around as the week progresses. 

This week’s lunches that are listed below are for the kids and me! Unless we are having leftovers, our lunches are served with apple slices or carrot sticks along with fruit juice or water.  Hubby usually takes a dinner leftover along with various snacks for his work lunch so I don’t take the time to really plan his lunches. I just take the next container of leftovers in the stack in the fridge that I have prepared ahead of time.

A special thanks to Laura-Organizing Junkie for hosting Menu Plan Monday! Need help with your menus; go check the over 300 other delicious meal plans that have been linked at Laura-Organizing Junkie's site or look down in my right sidebar for my menu suggestion lists!

Sunday (8-22)
Breakfast: eggs, hash browns, sausage  and cinnamon rolls
Lunch: leftovers
Dinner:  McDonald’s (after church)

Monday (8-23)
Breakfast: cereal and toaster strudel
Lunch: sandwiches and chips
Dinner:  chicken club sandwiches, fries and carrots

Tuesday (8-24)
Breakfast:  waffles and sausage
Lunch: lunchables
Dinner:  beef gravy over noodles, peas
Snack: snack basket

Wednesday (8-25)
Breakfast:  bagels and cereal
Lunch: leftovers
Dinner: spaghetti and garlic toast

Thursday (8-26)
Breakfast: French Toast and sausage
Lunch: pizza
Dinner: oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and corn
Snack: snack basket                                                       

Friday (8-27)
Breakfast: cereal and toaster strudel
Lunch: leftovers
Dinner: grilled burgers, and fries
Snack: snack basket

Saturday (8-28)
Breakfast:  Your Choice
Lunch: ????
Dinner: event @ church with dinner included!
Snack: popcorn or snack basket