Showing posts with label Stockpiling. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Stockpiling. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Easy Chicken and Biscuits

I have been wanting comfort food lately. I am trying to get a few casseroles in before the kitchen is closed for summer. It is just way to hot to cook inside during the summer. Here is another under five dollar dinner and a great stockpile meal Easy Chicken and Biscuits.

I wanted to make some chicken stock for some beans I was planning on cooking later in the week. I boiled a bone in chicken breast with seasonings. This is like the canned chicken you normally buy, but not nearly as expensive. I used the stock for some beans I was cooking to put up and freeze. I had no idea what I was going to do with the chicken. I put it in the fridge and started going through some recipes to see what I wanted. Since the chicken was in the fridge it was so easy to cut up it just fell off the bone. This dish originally started off as Chicken pot pie, but I just didn't feel like making the crust.
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Easy Chicken and Biscuits


Ingredients for Creamed Chicken:
1 Boiled Chicken breast - deboned and cubed $1.00
1 Medium Onion chopped $0.49
1 Can Cream of Broccoli Soup - if you don't have this use any creamed soup $0.40
1/2 cup Milk $0.20
1 Can Mix Vegetables drained $0.50
1/2 Cup Frozen corn $0.15
1/2 Cup Frozen Broccoli $0.15
1 teaspoon poultry seasoning $0.05
2 tablespoon butter or oil


Ingredients for Biscuits:
1 1/2 cup Biscuit mix (I used Bisquick) $0.30
1/2 cup Milk $0.20


1. Saute the onions in a little butter or oil until they are translucent. 


2. Add cubed chicken, soup, 1/4 cup milk, mixed veggies, frozen veggies. Heat this mixture through. Pour this into a round 2 quart casserole dish. 


3. Make the biscuits for the topping. In a large bowl add biscuit mix and milk stir until lumpy. Spread biscuit mixture over the top of the round dish. 


4. Place in oven at 350 for 30 mins. Top should be golden brown when the Chicken and Biscuits are removed.


5. For a slight variation to this recipe add 1/2 cup of cheese to the biscuits for a cheesy biscuit top or drop biscuits on top.
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This is super easy chicken and biscuit meal that you can whip up for you family in no time. This meal cost me around $3.50 to make to feed my family of five. The prices reflect my stockpile price for these items. This is another under five dollar dinner you can make to feed your family. Everyone in my house loved it. There were even a few leftovers for the next day. 


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Friday, April 27, 2012

Friday Finals - Kroger, Tom Thumb, Walgreens, CVS, Sprouts

I have a lot going on this week. I now have 3 Giveaways going on with another one to come tonight! Check back. Check my GIVEAWAYS page for more details.


PRINT Coupons here.





Stop by these sites for more great savings inspiration. The three most clickiest last week were:


Tom Thumb/Safeway

2 Dole Pineapple 8 oz $1.09 B1G1 - $0.50 doubled ALL YOU Mar '12
            -Final $0.05 each
3 Rosarita Beans $1 each - $0.50/3 doubled Rosarita Beans SS 04/22/12 (Better deal this week at Tom Thumb/Safeway)
            -Final $0.66 each
2 International Delight Creamer $2.49 - $1/2 International Delight Creamer Blinky
            -Final $2.00 each
$0.52 @ lbs bananas 2.08lbs
            -Final $1.08

I spent $7.15 and saved $6.44 on $13.59 worth of food this week. Tom Thumb and Safeway have a better deal this week with Rosarita beans @ $0.79 each. Stock up for Cinco de Mayo. 

Kroger

2 Tortilla Chips $1 each
            -Final $1 each
1 Community Coffee $4.99
            -Final $4.99
2 lbs Kroger Cheese $5.99
1 Green Mountain Coffee Kcups $7.99 - $2/1 K-cups Printable NLA
            -Final $5.99
1 Tyson Chicken Bacon $2.00 - $0.55/1 Peelie on product
            -Final $1.45
1 Bacon $2.77 – used for cookout
2 Gummy Vitamins for kids $6.99 B1G1 - $1.50/1 Kroger Coupon Mailed
            -Final $2.75 each

I spent $28.90 and saved $18.85 on $47.75 worth of food and vitamins this trip.

CVS

1 Gallon Milk $3.29
1 Kotex U 18 count Regular $3.99
1 Tie Dye egg kit $0.75
1 Physicians Formula Tinted Moisturizer $15.49

Used:
1 $15/1 Physicians Formula Purchase – Little Red Box at CVS
1 $1/1 Kotex U SS 03/25/12
1 $1/1 Physicians Formula SS 02/12/12 R
1 $1.50 ECB
1 $3.00 ECB
1 $1.00 ECB

Received: 
$7.00 – Physicians Formula ECB
$2.00 – Kotex ECB
$1.00 – Milk ECB

OOP:
I spent $1.02 and saved $22.50 and received $10.00. I made $9.00 at CVS this week!

Walgreens

1 U Kotex 18 pack $3.99
4 Kettle Potato chips $2.00 each

Used:
$1/1 U Kotex SS 03/25/12
$1/1 Kettle Brand Chips RP 03/18/12 R

OOP:
$6.99

Received:
$3.00 RR

I spent $6.99 and saved $11.50 on $18.49 worth of groceries and Healthcare items at Walgreens this week.

Sprouts

1 Brown Cow Yogurt $2.50
1 Sesame Tahini $7.49 – I make my own hummus
4 Limes $1.00
4 Tomatoes @ 0.69lb - $0.62
4 Onions @0.49lb - $0.97
4 Black Berries $0.88 each - $3.52 Used Rain Check

I spent $16.00 and saved $0.10 on $16.10 worth of food at Sprouts this week. Sprouts is a farmers Market. The produce prices are way lower than at any grocery store in my area. So I save a lot more just by shopping here.



Altogether I spent $60.06 and saved $59.39 on $119.45 worth of food and other items this week.



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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Homemade Enchiladas & Sauce

I have been couponing for a year and I haven't seen enchilada sauce go on sale nor have I seen a coupon for it. To be honest I haven't been searching too hard for it either. I have been craving some enchiladas lately, since they are so easy to make and freeze great. Instead of buying enchilada sauce for $2.00 a can, I even saw one for $4.00 and it was not organic, my frugalness came out, I researched how to make it. I knew I had a ton of tomatoes that had to be the main ingredient. 

I had some smoked chicken in the freezer I needed to use. Traditionally chicken enchiladas are made with a white sauce, but I decided to be different and wanted red sauce for these. This is also a great Stockpile Recipe.

The original recipe was found on All Recipes app on my phone however I adapted to what I thought would be a better sauce. If you haven't figured out by now. I rarely use a recipe I find exactly. It is modified to what I have on hand.


Miz Helen’s Country Cottage
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Red Enchilada Sauce


Ingredients:
1 Tbl Olive Oil
2 Cloves Garlic
1 tsp. Onion - I added a little more
1/2 tsp. Oregano
2 1/2 tsp. Chili Powder
1/2 tsp. Basil
1/4 tsp. Cumin
1/4 cup Salsa
1 14.5 can Diced Tomatoes
Salt and pepper to taste


1. Heat oil in saucepan over medium heat. Add garlic and onions and saute until the onions become translucent. Add Chili powder, Oregano, Basil, Cumin, Salsa, Tomato Sauce and salt and pepper to taste. 


2. Mix together. Bring to a boil. Then with an immersion blender, blend all ingredients in sauce pan. Reduce heat to low and simmer for 20 min. 

Chicken Enchiladas

Ingredients:
1/2 Chicken
Enchilada Sauce from above
14 or so corn tortillas
Cheese


1. Make the enchilada sauce above.



2. Pull chicken off bone and shred with two forks. Place in a bowl.




3. Take a skillet and heat on med high heat. Place corn tortilla on skillet for 1 minute and flip for 1 minute. Remove from skillet. This makes the tortillas easier to roll.




4. Place two tablespoons of shredded chicken in the center of tortilla and roll. This should be easier, since the tortilla is warmed. 




5. Spray a 9X13 baking dish. Place enchilada seem side down in dish.




6. Repeat steps 3 -5 until baking dish is full or chicken is all used. 




7. Pour enchilada sauce over the top of all enchiladas.




8. Top off with cheese and bake at 350 for 30 min.



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This becomes a dance to warm the tortillas in the skillet and keep the assembly line going with chicken. Sometimes I talk to myself to remind me to put the tortilla on the skillet while I am making the other one. It makes the build process easier if you have an assembly line going. 


Let me know if you try this awesome dish. I loved the flavor and freshness of these. I served it with some re-fried beans and Spanish rice. Have you ever made enchiladas?


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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Tasty Taco Soup Recipe

Taco Soup is a very versatile and great stockpile recipe that can easily be made into a vegetarian version. There are two ways to prepare Taco Soup. One is on the stove top or use a slow cooker. Taco soup is very simple and great on those days when you are super busy and no time to make dinner. This almost makes itself. I call it a dump soup, since you simply open a few cans and dump it in a pot and then voila you have a quick and easy meal.




I don’t like to dirty more dishes than I have to. So I will show you how to make this using only the slow cooker or using only one pot on the stove. 


 Taco Soup
Ingredients:



1/2 to Whole Onions
1 Pound Ground Meat

1 Can Stewed Tomatoes
1 Can Beans (I used Black Beans) (Vegetarian add another can of beans)
1 Can Whole Kernel Corn (Or you can use 1 cup of frozen)
1 Package of Taco Seasoning (1/4 cup of taco seasoning, if you make your own)
Salt and pepper to taste


1. SautĂ© ½ to a whole onion in two table spoons of butter or oil
     Slow Cooker: place on high for 30 – 1hour stirring every 15 min.
     Pot: Saute onions in butter or oil on the stove top in a large pot.

2. Add 1 pound of ground meat to the onions and brown the meat then drain (skip this if Vegetarian)
     Slow Cooker: place on high for 1hour stirring every 15 min.
     Pot: Brown the meat stirring frequently. Then drain.

3. Now open all those cans and dump:


1 Can Stewed Tomatoes
1 Can Beans (I used Black) (Vegetarian add another can of beans)
1 Can Whole Kernel Corn
1 Package of Taco Seasoning (1/4 cup of taco seasoning)
Salt and pepper to taste

4. Heat all the way through
     Slow Cooker: Cook for an additional hour on high or turn on low until ready to serve.

     Pot: Let cook for about 20 min. for the flavors to meld.



Serving suggestions:
Serve over rice or tortilla chips
Top with Sour Cream or Plain Greek Yogurt
Top with shredded cheese
Or you can do all of the above

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Now wasn't that easy? Anyone can make this Taco Soup. This soup is one of my favorites, because it is so delicious and simple to make. The kids like it too, since it tastes like tacos. Let me know if you try it or have any other easy soup recipes you would like to share.


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Friday, February 10, 2012

Friday Finals - Kroger Mega Event, Tom Thumb, CVS


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CVS 02/06/12

3 Sauve Body Wash 2.00 each
2 Sauve Lotion $3.00 each

USED:
B2G1 Suave Body Wash coupon – Took off $3.00 at registar
1.50 /2 Suave Lotion
$5.00 ECB

Received
$4.00 for spending $12 in Suave products

OOP: $2.50

I spent $2.50 and saved $9.50 in healthcare this week.

Tom Thumb 02/07/12

1 Hunts Ketchup $1.99 – We are almost out.
6 Wolf Brand Chili $0.99 - $0.75/3 Wolf Brand Chili  SS 1/22/12
            -Final $0.74
2 Quaker Oatmeal B1G1 $3.39 – My printer wouldn’t Print the coupon
            -Final $1.70 each
4 Ocean Spray Cranberry Juices B2G1 $2.50 – B1G1 Cherry Juice printable
            -Final $1.25 each
1 CafĂ© Du Monde Beignet Mix Clearance ½ off - $1.99
3 Cans Rosarita Refried Beans $1.00 - $0.50/3 Rosarita Refried Beans SS 01/22/12
            -Final $0.66 each
2 Mezzetta Peppers B1G1 $2.79 – I had a $1/2 coupon, but I missed handing it to the cashier.
            -Final 1.40
2 Mission Tortillas $0.99 – Store coupons (she forgot to ring one, so I got my $1 back)
2 Bear Creek Soups B1G1 $4.49 - $1/1 Bear Creek soup SS 10/23/11
            -Final $1.75 each
2 Aluminum Foil B1G1 $1.49
            -Final $0.75
3 Yogurts Clearance $0.32 each
2 Gogurts $1.75 each - $0.75/2 Gogurt GM 02/05/12 
            -Final $1.37 each
9 POM juice $0.99 each – 9 $1/1 Pom Juice coupons – I did not clear the shelves. There were plenty left for others. SS 12/04/11, SS 01/08/12
            -Final FREE – I LOVE FREE

I spent $32.59 and saved $53.38 on $85.97 worth of food and necessary items this trip. If you like Chili dogs in the summer, you need to stock up on chili now.  Chili will be $2.00 and I just got it for $0.74. My husband is from New Orleans and it is Mardi Gras season, so we are going to celebrate by making some Beignets this weekend. His Mom sent us the King cake yesterday. YUM.

Kroger Mega Event 02/07/12
MEI – Mega Event Item – Take and additional $0.50 off each time


1 Kroger Shredded Cheese $1.67
3 Pepperidge Farm goldfish crackers $1.49 – MEI
            -Final $0.99 each
1 Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon $2.49 – MEI
            -Final $1.99 – Stock up Price
2 Velveeta $5.99 – MEI $1/1 Velveeta 2lb cheese peelie
            -Final $4.49 each
2 Milks $2.38 each
1 6 pack Strawberry Yogurt Clearance $0.99 each
1 Kraft Easy Mac $0.98 – MEI
            -Final $0.48
2 Helava Good Dip $1.49 – MEI, 2 $0.75/1 Helava Good Dip SS 01/22/12
            -Final $0.25 each
1 Whole Wheat Tortilla $1.89
3 Hunts Tomatoes $0.98 – MEI, $0.45/3 Hunts Tomatoes SS 01/22/11
            -Final $0.33 each
2 Edge Shaving Gel $1.99 each – MEI, 2 $0.55/1 Printable
            -Final $0.94 each
4 Moms Cereal $1.49 each – MEI
            -Final $0.99 – Organic Cereal
2 Garden of Eatin’ Chips $2.19 – MEI, $1/2 Garden of Eatin’ Chips SS 01/22/12
            -Final $1.19 each

I spent $36.04 and saved $33.56 on $69.60 worth of groceries this trip. Velveeta is not on the healthy diet plan, but it is so good. This is my all time favorite food. I think it will pair nicely with the organic corn chips I bought. That makes it healthy, right?

Altogether I spent $71.13 and saved $96.44 on $167.57 worth of food and healthcare items. 

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Friday, February 3, 2012

Friday Finals - Kroger Mega Event & Tom Thumb


It has been announced that we are officially out of the drought here in North Texas. This is really good news for us, since our lake is now only 5 feet under normal levels. At the end of summer we were 16 feet and falling. If we did not get rain this winter, we were going to be restricted to only drinking and bathing water. I was trying to explain this to my daughter, she said we could just drink milk. I love the way a child’s mind works. She is 10 and I want her to have an understanding of the world and how each thing is connected. So I had to tell her without water the cows won’t have anything to drink or eat either. Then I saw her little light bulb go off right above her head.
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Here are my shopping trips for this week:

Tom Thumb 02/02/12

3 Wolf Brand Chili $0.99 each - $0.75/3 Wolf Brand
            -Final $0.75 each
2 Mission flour tortillas $0.99 each Store coupon
1 Starkist Tuna Pouch $1.19 - $0.50/1 doubled Tuna Pouch RP 01/01/12
            -Final $0.19

I spent $4.39 and saved $10.27 on $14.39 worth of groceries this trip.

Tom Thumb 01/31/12

1 Pillsbury Frosting $1.99 - $0.35/1 tripled Pillsbury frosting or Brownie mix expired
            -Final $0.94
1 Starkist Tuna Pouch $1.19 - $0.50/1 doubled Tuna Pouch RP 01/01/12
            -Final $0.19
2 Bear Creek Soup mix B1G1 $4.49 - $1/1 Bear Creek Soup mix SS 10/23/11
            -Final $1.75 each
2 18 count eggs store coupon $1.99 each
2 Clorox wipes $1.99 each - $1/2 Clorox wipes expired
            -Final $1.50 each
2 Mrs. Bairds Bread B1G1 $3.19 - $0.55/1 Mrs. Bairds bread SS 01/22/12
            -Final $1.32 each

I spent $14.47 and saved $17.89 on $32.36 worth of Groceries this trip.

Kroger Mega Event 1/31/12
            MEI = Mega Event Item $0.50 off

2 Garden of Eatin Chips $2.19 each – MEI
            -Final $1.69 each – I forgot my coupon for $1/2
4 Goldfish crackers $1.49 – MEI
            -Final $0.99 each
2 Welch’s Essentials Juice $2.49 each – MEI, 2 $1/1 Welch’s Essential Juice SS 11/06/11
            -Final $0.99 each
1 Pullups $9.49 - $3.00/1 Kroger ecoupon
            -Final $6.49
2 Ritz Whole Wheat Crackers $2.49 each – MEI, $1 Ritz Crackers Printable NLA
            -Final $1.49 each
10 Cans Hunts Tomatoes $0.98 – MEI, 2 $0.40/2, 2 $0.60/3 Hunts Printable coupons
            -Final $0.28 each * Stockpile item
1 Hummus Clearance Section $0.99
1 Millstone K-Cup Coffee $7.99 - $2/1 Millstone K-Cup RP 12/11/11
            -Final $5.99

I spent $29.27 and saved $28.08 on $57.35 worth of Groceries this trip. I bought organic chips, whole wheat crackers, all natural juice and all natural hummus using coupons and sales.

I spent $48.13 and saved $56.24 worth of groceries and necessities this week. I love to save more than I spend.

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Friday, January 27, 2012

Friday Finals - Kroger, Tom Thumb, CVS and Sprouts

I have been super busy this week. I am planning my stepson’s birthday party. We are hosting a Wii party this year at our house. I can’t wait to share the pictures of all the things I have made to make this a great birthday for him. There was not a lot of stuff out there for Wii party ideas, so I had to come up with a few of my own. I will take lots of pictures and share on Wednesday.

I am also a team coach for my daughters DI team. DI is a great organization where the kids put on a skit based on criteria provided and also have an instant challenge. It teaches leadership and developing new skills. Any and all schools can participate, even homeschooled children. You just need to get a team together. We are in our build phase for our set and I have been having girls over at my house painting, sawing, drilling. Whatever it takes to get the job done. Needless to say I am exhausted.

With these two events going on this week, my life has been a little chaotic to say the least. I did manage to get some shopping in. My grocery bill is a little over budget, but some of these items are for the party. As you may also see, it is mainly snacks. We had run out of just about everything except crackers. So I made sure we stocked up. We will see how long this holds us over.

Tom Thumb 01/23/12

3 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish crackers $1.00 each
            -Final $1.00 each
1 Pepperidge Farm Naturals crackers $2.50 - $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farms Natural doubled
            -Final $1.50
4 Boxes Nature Valley Granola Bars $1.77 – 2 $0.75/2 Nature Valley Granola Bars
            -Final $1.40 each average – WE LOVE THESE
4 Betty Crocker Simply Fruit roll ups $0.99 must by 4 – 2 $0.50/1 Betty Crocker Fruit Roll ups, one doubled, one did not
            -Final $0.62 each average
1 Package Black Beans $0.99
2 Pace Picante sauce $1.99 - $0.50/2 doubled Pace Picante Sauce
            -Final $1.49 each
2 V8 Fruit Fusion $1.99 - $1/2 V8 Fruit Fusion Printable
            -Final $1.49 each
1 V8 Fruit Smoothie $1.99 - $1/1 V8 Fruit Smoothie
            -Final $0.99
1 Pillsbury Frosting $1.99 - $0.35/1 Pillsbury Brownie or frosting
            -Final $0.94 – This is for the party
2 7 Ups $0.88 each – This is for the party
1 Starkist Tuna $1.19 - $0.50/1 Starkist Tuna pouch
            -Final $0.19 – Great Deal! STOCK UP!
2 Bear Creek Soup B1G1 $4.49 - $1/1 Bear Creek Soup
            -Final $1.75 each – Unadvertised deal
3 Kleenex Tissues $0.85 each - $0.50/3 doubled Kleenex tissues
            -Final $0.52 each
1 Loaf French Bread $1.99

I spent $32.68 and saved $51.06 on $83.74 worth of groceries and products for my family. I found several unadvertised deals at Tom Thumb this week. Some are good until the end of February.

Kroger 1/24/12

5 Boxes Barilla pasta $1 each – 5 $0.55/1 Barilla Whole Grain Pasta
            -Final $0.45 each
2 lbs. Kroger Cheese $2.99 each
2 Bags Tortilla Chips $1.00 each – One for the party
4 Progresso Soups $1.00 - $1/4 Progresso Soups
            -Final $0.75 each
4 Brawny Paper Towels $1 each – 2 $1/1 Brawny Printable, 2 $0.55/1 Brawny Printable
            -Final $0.23 each
4 Angel Soft Bath tissue $1 each – 4 $0.45/1 Angel Soft Bath Tissue
            -Final $0.55 each

I spent $16.59 and saved $18.71 on $35.30 worth of groceries and products at Kroger.

Tom Thumb 01/24/12

1 Pepperidge Farm Naturals crackers $2.50 - $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farms Natural doubled
            -Final $1.50
1 Starkist Tuna $1.19 - $0.50/1 Starkist Tuna pouch
            -Final $0.19
1 Whonu cookies $2.50 - $1/1 Whonu cookies
            -Final $1.50
4 Mrs. Bairds Natural Bread B1G1 $3.19 - $0.55/1 Mrs. Bairds Bread
            -Final $1.32 each

I paid $8.47 and saved $13.07 on $21.54 worth on retail groceries. I am able to make two Tom Thumb trips each week, since this is on the way home from my taking my son to his Mommy’s day out program at my church.

Sprouts

4 Voskos Green Yogurt $2.00 each
           
I spent $8.00 on my favorite yogurt this week at Sprouts.

CVS

2 Gallons Milk $3.29 – 2 $1/1 Oak Farms Milk, $1 ECB
            -Final $1.79 each, Received $2 ECBs

I spent $3.58 on really good milk at CVS this week and saved $3.00.

This is everything for the week. I spent $69.32 and saved $85.84 on $155.16 worth of groceries and necessary items my family needed this week. I am over budget, but I did buy several things for the party this week. It doesn’t look like there is much I want for next week.

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