Thanks to my friend Jessica for the heads up on this awesome program! The CA Milk Processor Board has started a new program called “Moo Money”. Through April 28, 2019, “Moo Money” will reward milk-loving California consumers for purchasing real, wholesome dairy milk at any participating retail outlet, as well as online.
- Sign up here.
- When you buy Dairy Milk, upload your receipt here.
- Earn Points that can be redeemed for gift cards!
Two gallons of milk scored me 328 points. Since we buy milk several times a week (seriously, my kids are at least 50% milk), I have a feeling we’ll be cashing out for a gift card in no time! I’ll be using our gift card(s) to buy Amazon Gift cards. Perfect for those things that I buy regularly (like PBFit, Malted Milk Powder, and GoGo Squeez).
To learn more about this program, check out this press release.
Now that we’ve settled into July, it’s time to post about some of the new printable coupons! Last month I posted that the coupons weren’t that great. This month, they are slowly but surely getting better to ramp up for back to school.
Here is your monthly reminder! A new month means new printable and electronic coupons!
Check out the following sites:
One of my favorite website is the Sunday Coupon Review. It helps me plot out scenarios in advance and I can email friends to ask for coupons in advance. Remember if clipping coupons isn’t your thing, but saving money is, check out my list of Smartphone apps that can save you the big bucks! New offers are added on the Smartphone Savings Apps all the time!
Here are just a few of the new coupons that have me excited:
This coupon is great if you have a Dollar Tree location near you. These little boxes are $1.00 each and contain 8-10 packets. With this coupon, it’s like buy three, get one free!
If you use this coupon, check your Target app to see if there is a cartwheel/savings deal in addition to this coupon- The best way to save money is to stack deals.
Perfect for Back To School Shopping, especially if your school is peanut-free or you have a peanut allergy in your home.
These cookies are so delicious.
And if you live in California, check out the CA Dairy Board’s website! Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page and look for this:
You can print two coupons per computer, every thirty days. It’s a great way to save a little bit of money if you already purchase milk and other dairy products.
What coupons or deals are you excited about?
I recently learned about Shopper Army: A website that offers great rebates on products people actually buy. They also have really cool contests.
You can sign up here. Here are just a few of the rebates they are offering right now:
Free Friendly Farms Organic Lowfat Chocolate Milk
Free Premier Protein Dark Chocolate Mint High Protein Bars
Free Elevation by Millville Protein Powder
Free The Greek Gods Seriously Indulgent Marionberry Yogurt
Free Nature’s Path Dark Chocolate & Red Berries Granola Bars
Free Runik Red Blend Wine
Many of the rebates are for 100% of the cost, but a few are 75% or so. Either way, if these are items you buy or use, this is a great opportunity to stock up and save!
If you like rebates- This is a great website. They have tons of rebates available now!
I’m just posting dinners for our meal plan. The kiddos usually have a small toasted bagel with cream cheese for breakfast along with fruit. Hubs likes Oatmeal (my recipe for an easy almost instant oatmeal mix can be found here) if he’s got time, otherwise he and I have protein shakes with frozen bananas and PB2.
Lunches for Lil’ Man are usually Peanut butter and crackers, fruit, milk, a protein muffin (aka a kid cupcake), and applesauce cup. He takes his lunch every day! Hubs usually has a protein shake or I pack him leftovers or a frozen entree.
Bitty Bird and I usually have leftovers from the night before, or soup, sandwiches, quesadillas. She eats almost anything!
We’re pretty stocked up of food for the next week or so- We’ll need milk, cream cheese, and cheese. I’ll probably hit up Costco tomorrow.
- D: Steak (it was a gift!), roasted broccoli, green salad, cheese toast. The kids don’t like steak, so they’ll probably have grilled cheese sandwiches on cheese toast (Lil’ Man discovered them not long ago and he told me it’s the “fancy” way to make grilled cheese).
- D: Bean, Rice, and cheese bowls (they also have caramelized onions and peppers) This is a fav in our house. It’s healthy and inexpensive.
- D: Home made Red Sauce (made in the crockpot- Recipe will be posted tomorrow!) baked with cheese in Zucchini Boats. Thanks to my friend Lisa for the monster zucchini!
- D: Breakfast for dinner (probably frittata)
- D: Date Night! (we go out)
- D: Home made Pizza, and fruit salad
The menu may change, as I pull stuff out of the pantry to rotate what we’ve got (I am trying to cut down on waste, and put the older stuff up front to get eaten first).
We’ve got a busy week with ABA Therapy three times, a Lego Movie event, a Lego event at our local Library, and a trip to Legoland on Saturday (just me and my Lil’ Man!). I’ve made sure to fill up our snack backpack and wash out our water bottles.
Who doesn’t love almost free milk?
Right now, you can score a 1/2 gallon of of a2 milk at Sprouts for just .29 after rebate!
Here’s the deal:
- 1/2 Gallon a2 Milk (any variety): $4.29
- Use $1/1 printable here, or some local Sprouts have $1/1 Peelies
- Submit $1/1 Ibotta Rebate
- Submit $2/1 Shopmium Rebate (Sign up here- please use Code YHFAYCTP to score an extra $2 in your account!).
- Total after rebates: .29!
Lil’ Man sometimes has tummy troubles with regular milk, so any time I can pick up a@ milk at a discount, I’m on it!