Use code “ENBABY” for a free baby carrier!

Posted on June 24th, 2017 by Uncategorized


Huge coupons for everyday cleaning supplies!

Posted on June 24th, 2017 by Uncategorized


On any Palmolive Ultra Dish Liquid
any ONE (1) WOOLITE Detergent (50oz. or larger)
on any ONE (1) Sun Clean & Fresh Laundry Detergent (250oz Liquid) (Available at Walmart)
On ONE (1) Snuggle Plus SuperFresh™ Liquid (48.6 oz) or Sheets (105 ct) (Available at Walmart)
ONE Puffs Product (excludes Puffs To-Go and trial/travel size)
on any ONE (1) Windex product (excludes travel and trial sizes)
on any ONE (1) Windex Multi-Surface Product (excludes travel and trial sizes)
on any ONE (1) Windex Original Glass and Surface Wipes (excludes travel and trial sizes)
on any ONE (1) Windex Outdoor Glass, Patio, and More! Product (excludes travel and trial sizes)


Click here for extra cash!

Posted on June 23rd, 2017 by Uncategorized


Easy 4-Ingredient Fresh Peach Dump Cake

Posted on June 23rd, 2017 by Uncategorized

peachy

Peaches are my favorite fruit, so you can imagine my excitement when summer rolls around and peaches come in season. There’s a peach orchard not far from my house, and they harvest peaches there that are to die for. Once they’re ripe, we head over and buy a huge box full. You’d think that we’d be rolling in peaches for months with the amount we buy, but we usually end up eating them all within the first week or so (we freeze a bunch of them so that we can use them in smoothies once we run out of fresh).

Recipes that include peaches are abundant, and we try out a large amount of them each year. There are a few recipes that have become family favorites and one of them is this super easy 4-Ingredient Fresh Peach Dump Cake. I love this recipe so much because it can be thrown together in no time as long as you have the fresh peaches. Plus, it’s pretty likely you already have the other ingredients in your kitchen.

This recipe is a combination of a few recipes I found online. When I first searched for a Peach Dump Cake, I was met with recipe after recipe asking for canned peaches in heavy syrup. Gag. (Okay, not really “gag,” I like canned peaches, too. And using the canned type works great during the winter when peaches go out of season. But I definitely prefer using freshly picked peaches when I have them on hand.) In addition to that, I’ve always loved oats in my cobbler, but I had no luck finding a recipe that included them. Because of that, I decided to experiment a little and come up with my own version. Let me know what you think!

4-Ingredient Fresh Peach Dump Cake/Cobbler

Ingredients

  • 1 Box Yellow Cake Mix
  • 1 Stick Butter, Melted
  • 1 Cup Rolled Oats
  • About 5 Fresh Peaches, Sliced
  • (Optional: Cinnamon)

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Lightly grease a 9×13 pan, then add all of the sliced peaches.
  • In a medium bowl, mix together dry cake mix, oats, and melted butter.
  • Dump the crumbly cake mix and oat mixture over the top of the peaches, and sprinkle on a little cinnamon.
  • Place in the oven and let bake for 25 minutes.

I don’t think that it can get any easier or yummier than this recipe. You basically just “dump” all of the ingredients in a pan and bake it. Talk about my kind of recipe! This is perfect for putting all of those peaches to use, and is a great last-minute dessert if you want to whip something up but are short on time and ingredients. Also, you can always use canned peaches or substitute the peaches out for a different fruit entirely!

Let me know how you like this recipe in the comments! 😀 


Earn free prizes!

Posted on June 22nd, 2017 by Uncategorized


Save big on these top cereal brands!

Posted on June 22nd, 2017 by Uncategorized


when you buy ONE BOX Very Berry Cheerios™
when you buy ONE BOX any Chex™ cereal: Rice Chex™ • Corn Chex™ • Wheat Chex™ • Honey Nut Chex™ • Chocolate Chex™ • ...
when you buy ONE BOX Lucky Charms™ cereal
when you buy ONE BOX Reese's Puffs cereal
when you buy ONE BOX Original Cheerios cereal (the one in the yellow box)
when you buy ONE BOX Honey Nut Cheerios OR Honey Nut Cheerios Medley Crunch™ cereal
when you buy TWO BOXES any flavor General Mills cereal listed: Cheerios™ • Cinnamon Toast Crunch™ • Lucky Charms™ • ...


Practical Money-Saving Tips EVERYONE Can Benefit From

Posted on June 22nd, 2017 by Uncategorized

Happy woman saving money in a piggybank

How full is your piggy bank?

If you’re looking to save up for a vacation, put some extra money away for the future, or just cut down on costs generally, one of the best the best ways to do this is to first of all analyze how much you spend. Put together a spreadsheet, write it in a notebook, or use an online budgeting site! Calculate your monthly transportation and/or gasoline costs, how much you’re spending on groceries, eating out, etc. Sometimes it can be a shock to see how much you spend vs. how much you really should be spending, but in order to be more financially savvy, you’ll have to face the reality and look at all of the numbers in order to know what needs to be cut back and come up with a game plan!

Some expenses are frivolous. Did you really need to go out to dinner 4 times that week? Or perhaps you could’ve waited for a sale before grabbing those expensive shoes? Each family is completely different when it comes to the extra expenses and how they work them out. If eating out is important to your family, don’t stop it entirely! Perhaps just opt for less expensive restaurants, share large dishes, or cut down a bit on the number of times you go.

Other costs are just plain necessary (like gasoline, groceries, etc.) but there are obviously ways that you can cut back on them, too! For example… Carpool, take the bus, meal plan before grocery shopping, use coupons… etc etc etc.

Those are just a few tips – here are a few more!

1. To save money on utilities, disconnect all the electronic household appliances when they are not being used. The microwave, televisions, and even computers that are turned off but still connected to a charger in the wall can still be using up electricity. Even though it’s a small amount, it adds up!

2. Also, you can reduce gas consumption and electricity by turning off the thermostat in winter season and using the fireplace instead (depending on the type of fireplace you have). Or just opt to not have the heat on as high at night and layer everyone up with a few extra blankets and warmer pajamas. As long as everyone is still comfortable, changing the temperature by just a few degrees can make a big difference!

3. When it comes to furnishing your home, buying clothes or household items, try to purchase second-hand whenever possible. Many people sell their objects and furniture online or at yard sales, and you can usually find quite a few pieces are are in almost-new condition! (I once bought barstool chairs for super cheap, and they hadn’t even been used! The previous owner bought too many a while back, and just stored them in her garage.)

4. Or, instead of buying anything at all, do some research and figure out how to restore or even just repaint your current furniture, or learn to properly clean your old shoes or patch up worn-out clothing for cheap.

5. As mentioned before, to cut back on gasoline costs, try to find someone that may want to carpool – whether that’s a carpool buddy for work, or perhaps a group of parents that trade off taking everyone’s kids to school. Not only are you spening less on gas, you’re also helping the environment as well! Woohoo!

6. And, also as mentioned before, try to find ways to cut back on food expenses as well. Simply look for ways to not to leave each day to eat in  restaurants – packing lunches for work, taking turns with cooking to lessen the meal-making burden, and simply setting a limit for how many meals can be take-out or eaten at a restaurant.

7. When grocery shopping, check the supermarket ads before you go to see what is on sale. Also, learning how to use coupons can help you save so much! Plus, never go to the store hungry, and try to have recipes already planned out so that you don’t end up wasting money on items you don’t even need.

Those are just a few specific tips that have personally helped me to save money. Each family is different, with different expenses being more important, so be sure to take some time to see what would really help you best!

If you have any tips on saving more money each month, leave them in the comments! I’d love to hear what you do, and I’m sure other readers would as well! :)


Get rewarded for your opinions!

Posted on June 21st, 2017 by Uncategorized


Get Updated via email when new coupons, freebies and deals are added.

new printable coupons

money saving offers

Grab Thrity Divas Banners

Thrifty Divas
Thrifty Divas