Whole Foods Organic Deals

Posted on March 20th, 2014 by Coupon Cathy

I know many Thrifty Divas who are also very health conscious divas. Those two goals don’t always seem to work together. However, it’s deals like these at Whole Foods that make it possible. Remember, being thrifty and being healthy are not mutually exclusive lifestyles!

Muir Glen Organic Tomatoes, 28 oz $2.00, sale price through 4/1
Use $0.50/1 – Muir Glen Product, 01730 (coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.50

Stonyfield Smooth & Creamy Organic Yogurt, 32 oz $3.39, sale price through 4/1
Use $0.50/1 – Stonyfield Organic Yogurt, 32 oz (stonyfield.com)
Or $0.50/1 – Stonyfield Organic Greek Yogurt, 16 oz or 32 oz (stonyfield.com)
And use $0.75/1 – Stonyfield Organic Yogurt, 32 oz, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $2.14

Stonyfield Organic Yokids Squeezers, 4 ct $3.39, sale price through 4/1
Use $0.50/1 – Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt Squeezers, 8 pk (stonyfield.com)
Final Price: $2.89

Delallo Organic Whole Wheat Pasta, 16 oz $2.00, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.50/2 – Delallo Whole Wheat Pasta (delallo.com)
Final Price: $1.25 each, when you buy 2

Rice Dream Organic Rice Drink, 32 oz $2.00, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – Dream Non-Dairy Beverage or Frozen Dessert, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $1.00

So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Milk, 6 oz $1.67, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product (coupons.com)
Or $1.00/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product from SS 1/5
Final Price: $0.67

Health Valley Organic Soup, 15 oz $2.50, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – Health Valley Organic Product (bricks.coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.50

Imagine Organic Soup, 17.3 oz $2.39
Use $1.00/1 – Imagine Product (facebook.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Imagine; Soup, Broth, Stock or Gravy (bricks.coupons.com)
Final Price: $1.39

Enjoy Life Gluten Free Chocolate Bar, 1.4 oz $1.50, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.50/2 – Enjoy Life Products, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $0.75 each, when you buy 2

Mary’s Gone Crackers Organic Crackers, 6.5 oz $3.99, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.50/2 – Mary’s Gone Crackers Products (mambosprouts.com)
And use $1.50/2 – Mary’s Gone Crackers Products, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $2.49 each, when you buy 2

Meyer’s Clean Day Countertop Spray, 16 oz $3.99, sale price through 4/1
Use $0.50/1 – Mrs. Meyer’s Clean Day Product (target.com)
Final Price: $3.49

Food for Life Ezekiel 4:9 Sprouted Grain Crunchy Cereal, 16 oz $4.69, sale price through 4/1
Use $0.50/1 – Food For Life Product (commonkindness.com)
Final Price: $4.19

So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Milk Ice Cream, 16 oz $5.39, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product (coupons.com)
Or $1.00/1 – So Delicious Dairy Free Product from SS 1/5
Final Price: $4.39

Back to Nature Crackers, 6.5 oz $3.00, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – Back to Nature Product (facebook.com)
And use $1.00/1 – Back to Nature Product: Juice, Cookie, Cracker, Granola or Nut, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $1.00

Barbara’s Snackimals Cereal, 9 oz $3.99, regular price
Use $1.50/1 – Barbara’s Organic Snackimals Cereal (commonkindness.com)
And use $1.50/1 – Barbara’s Organic Snackimals Cereal, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $0.99

Luna Bar, 1.7 oz $0.99, regular price
Use $1.50/3 – Luna Bar, Protein and/or Fiber Bars, 1 ct, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $0.49 each, when you buy 2

Choice Organic Teas, 16 ct $3.00, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/2 – Choice Organic Teas Boxes (mambosprouts.com)
And use $1.00/2 – Choice Organic Teas, 16 ct boxes, any flavor, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $2.00 each, when you buy 2

Organic Valley Half & Half, 32 oz $3.99, regular price
Use $0.75/1 – Organic Valley Half & Half: Original, French Vanilla or Hazelnut (everydaysaver.com)
Or $0.75/1 – Organic Valley Half & Half (organicvalley.com)
And use $1.00/1 – Organic Valley Half & Half, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $2.24

Honest Tea Organic, 16 oz $1.59, regular price
Use $1.00/2 – Honest Tea, 16 oz, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $1.09 each, when you buy 2

Food Should Taste Good Chips, 4.5 oz $2.99, regular price
Use $1.00/1 – Food Should Taste Good Chips, any, 4.5 oz or larger (foodshouldtastegood.com)
And use $1.00/2 – Food Should Taste Good Products, Whole Foods Coupon (wholefoodsmarket.com)
Final Price: $1.49 each, when you buy 2

Canyon Bakehouse Gluten Free Bread, 18 oz $4.99, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – Canyon Bakehouse Gluten Free Baked Poduct (canyonglutenfree.com)
Final Price: $3.99

Udi’s Gluten Free Granola, 13 oz $5.29, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – Udi’s Gluten Free Product, limit one coupon per person (udisglutenfree.com)
Final Price: $4.29

Imagine Free Range Chicken Broth, 32 oz $2.99, sale price through 4/1
Use $1.00/1 – Imagine; Soup, Broth, Stock or Gravy (bricks.coupons.com)
Or $1.00/1 – Imagine Product (facebook.com)
Final Price: $1.99

Are you a healthy and thrifty diva?

Eating Healthy: Use What You’ve Got

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Discount Debbie

Eating healthy is important to our family; so is saving money. Those two lifestyles don’t have to be mutually exclusive. I’ve posted before about our garden and the yummy ways I get my children to eat broccoli and beet greens. Today, I can’t boast about my children eating everything in the garden. However, my husband and I do enjoy the salads and coleslaws we come up with by just using what we have.

This beautiful thing grows in our garden:

Growing up, I wasn’t a big fan of cabbage or coleslaw. However, as I discovered alternative ways to make coleslaw, I have come to love it! (And, who says it won’t make it into my children’s smoothies today?) ;)

Here is a basic recipe for easy, healthy coleslaw.

1. Chop up some cabbage. This is about half of the head you see in the above photo.


2. Add some chopped onions.

3. Chop some parsley or cilantro. I just use whichever one I have. I had cilantro this time.

4. Then, grate a large carrot or two.

5. Mix it all up!

6. Mix in your favorite dressing. I usually just use equal parts olive oil and whichever vinegar I have (either balsamic or apple cider), a couple of cloves of crushed garlic and salt and pepper.


Not your typical coleslaw, right? Who cares? Make it how you like it, save money and eat healthy, nourishing food!

How do you enjoy your garden veggies?

Jenny Craig – 1st Month Free

Posted on January 31st, 2014 by Freebie Felicia

Is that new year’s resolution of losing weight not going so well on your own? Try Jenny Craig FREE for a month!

Your membership includes:
* Unlimited consultations with your personal consultant in center or over the phone‡
* Weekly menus and activity plans personalized by your consultant Unlimited access to online tools for monitoring and tracking your progress
* 10% off any non-food items
* Achievement rewards when you reach your milestones

A Good Beverage on a Budget

Posted on January 30th, 2014 by Discount Debbie

I had noticed that I had been spending more money than I meant to on beverages. I spend a lot on soda. Soda is full of caffeine, sugar, and all sorts of things I can’t pronounce. It also costs a good chunk of change. I know it’s better for me to drink water, but I find it boring. For this reason I have learned to make it a little more exciting with a few tweaks.

Herbal Teas

Peppermint tea is great when I have an upset stomach.  Chamomile is wonderful for trying to get to sleep. Lemon Ginger tea is good when I have a stuffy nose. Raspberry Zinger is perfect for female troubles. They can be served bot hot or iced and still taste great.

The best part of herbal teas is the fact that they are mostly water. They help hydrate our bodies and it comes in different flavors. Not only that, but they don’t have artificial flavors, additives, or colors. The boxes come with about twenty tea bags, but cost less than a case of soda.

Ice Cubes

Plain ice cubes are refreshing in a pitcher of water. They are even better when flavor is frozen into them. This could be a type of berries or some cut up melon. It could also be fresh mint leaves. Fruit juice could be frozen into ice cubes and put into water to add a little flavor to it.

A Small Sample Of Temptation

I still like my soda. I have learned how to ration one soda through an entire day. Most of the time I want a taste of soda, but I don’t want to drink a whole can or bottle. I have started only getting bottles (I like the small ones that are only one serving size) and sipping one a little, replacing the cap, and then return it to the fridge throughout the day. It makes my soda last, reduces my soda intake, and I get a little treat as my day goes by.



Sprouts Organic Deals

Posted on January 30th, 2014 by Coupon Cathy

When people find out that our family is very health conscious and eats mostly organic, they often make comments like, “Organic food is just so expensive!” And, while, there is some truth in that statement, it doesn’t mean that you can’t get deals. And, Sprouts is one of my main resources for organic produce (well, along with our garden) ;) Check out the deals on organic foods this week.

Organic Heirloom Tomatoes $2.98/lb

Organic Hass avocados $.88/each

Organic Red Peppers or Celery $1.50

Organic Red Garnet Yams $.98/lb

Organic Navel Oranges $1.50/lb

Organic Bulk Spring Mix $3.98/lb

Organic Red Mangos $1.50

Organic Blackberries $2.98 (5.6 oz)

Twining’s Organic Tea $3.00

Sprouts Organic Coffee $5.99 (12 oz)

Stonyfield Organic Yogurt $1.49 (5.3 oz)
-$.50/2 Stonyfield Yogurt Coupon

Simply Organic Dips or Chilli Mixes $1.25
-$1/3 Simply Organic Coupon

Wholesome Organic Agave $4.99
-$1/1 Wholesome Sweeteners Coupon

Honest Tea $1.00
-$1/1 Honest Tea Sprouts Coupon

Organic Valley Milk $3.69 (1/2 gallon)
-$.35/1 Real California Milk Coupon

Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Powdered Sugar $4.99 (1 lb)
-$1/1 Wholesome Sweeteners Coupon

Wholesome Sweeteners Organic Brown Sugar $5.49 (1.5 lbs)
-$1/1 Wholesome Sweeteners Coupon

Cascadian Farm Organic Cereal $4.99
-$.75/1 Cascadian Farm Coupon

Back To Nature Organic Mac-N-Cheese $2.69
-$1/1 Back To Nature Coupon (Facebook)

PJ’s Organic Burritos $2.50

Biokleen Laundry Liquid $9.49

Bare Fruit Organic Apple Chips $2.50
-$.50/1 Bare Fruit in the Fall 2013 Mambo Sprouts Coupon Book or
-$1/2 Bare Fruit Apple Chips coupon

Simply Organic Dip or Chili Mixes $1.25
-$1/3 Simply Organic Coupon

Rudi’s Organic Soft Pretzels $3.99
-$1/1 Rudi’s Organic Product Sprouts Coupon

Alexia Organic Potatoes $2.99
-$75/1 Alexia Coupon in the Fall 2013 Mambo Sprouts Coupon Book

Sambazon Organic Juice $2.49
-$2/1 Sambazon Organic Juice or Smoothie (when you sign up)


How do you save money while eating organic foods?

An Easy Way To Get Your Child to Eat Veggies

Posted on January 28th, 2014 by Discount Debbie

It’s an issue I hear lots of parents talking about. How to get your children to eat vegetables. Broccoli, spinach, beets are on the forefront of my mind when I ask the question. We have some success with steamed broccoli and one of my children will eat beets in a salad I make. But, I have discovered the easiest way to feed them those green veggies…

This is the problem. How to eat these?

Step 1: Toss a bunch of fruit into a blender. I use frozen berries. Sometimes, I’ll have frozen mango or cherries. Add in a banana and milk or yogurt.

Step 2: Add your steamed green veggie. In this case, it’s broccoli. But, sometimes it’s spinach or beet greens (or some combination).

Step 3: Add in any other food that you want to sneak in. I like to add ground flax for a little Omega 3 in the mix. You may also need a little honey, depending on the sweetness of your fruit.

Step 4: Blend!

Step 5: Pour into an ice tray and add popsicle sticks. I have little helpers for this part ;) (Please excuse the messy counter. Making coleslaw was next on my list.)

Step 6: Enjoy!!! :)

How do you get your children to eat veggies?

The One Vegetable You Should Have In Your Garden

Posted on January 24th, 2014 by Discount Debbie

We just had an ice storm hit our area. This is very unusual for us. As a matter of fact, you who live where it’s really cold and it actually snows for four months out of the year, would laugh at the way our city is responding to this freezing rain/ice. It’s as though the roads are covered with snow…except they aren’t. It’s really not that bad. But, I digress ;)

What’s most exciting for us today is that post-ice, one of my favorite vegetable plants is unaffected. It has survived several freezes (without us covering it) and now continues to produce as though all that hit it overnight were a few sprinkles.

This plant is full of antioxidants, boosts the immune system, lowers the incidence of cataracts, supports cardiovascular health and helps build bones. Oh, and one more thing, it tastes GREAT!

This superfood plant is broccoli. We planted it in the fall and, as I mentioned above, it’s still going strong in the middle of winter. We have had broccoli almost every night for dinner; I also steam it and throw it into the children’s smoothie popsicles (yes, we do popsicles in the middle of winter around here too!).

If you have a garden or are thinking about starting a garden, grow broccoli! It has saved us so much money, tasted great and helped us feel good about what our family is eating.

What do you grow in your garden?


If Getting Healthy Or Losing Weight Is One Of Your Goals…

Posted on January 15th, 2014 by Discount Debbie

It’s the middle of January…how are your New Year’s resolutions/goals coming along? Here are a few tips to help you reach your health-related goals while maintaining a thrifty budget.


Eat Fat. I know that sounds like counter-intuitive and maybe even bad advice. However, we were told for so long that we needed to eat a “low fat diet” in order to lose fat. However, science has proven that to be wrong. Our bodies need fat in order to burn fat. What’s key to remember is that our bodies do best with “good fats,” like olive oil, coconut oil, avocado, and nuts.

Eat Slowly. The other important thing to remember when it comes to eating fats is listening to your body to know when you are full. Think of the times when you’ve eaten too much too fast. Minutes after you finish your binge meal, you realize you overdid it. We’ve all been there! There’s a delay between the time our tummy is full and time our brain can send us the signal that our tummy is full. So, eat slowly.

Eat Less. Eating good fats has another advantage (besides burning fat); it also allows us to eat less and still be satisfied. That is just as important to weight loss as eating the right foods. Eating less and being satisfied is a great way to lose weight…and save money. Seriously. The Standard American Diet includes a lot more food (lots of it not any good for our bodies) than our bodies need. You’ll find that your meals will stretch just a little bit more. Not a bad perk, is it? ;)

Eat. Too many people are starving themselves in January in the name of “cleansing,” health, and weight loss. Most of those people will put the weight back on throughout the year. Don’t be one of those people. Eat, and enjoy it!

How are you doing with your health-related 2014 goals?

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