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The Chocolate Mousse in the picture collage above sounds so very good right now. I think it has a lot more to do with my scratchy throat than my desire for chocolate. This also started with George, proceeded on to Jack, who thinks sucking his fingers is fully acceptable. It was no surprise then when my husband came down with the cold. He also seems to catch every cold going around, and never just slightly. I, however, seem to rarely get sick and thought I had made it through this without catching it. At least I know I will get over it in a few days. My poor husband has already been dealing with it for 4 days and has a few more before he is out of the woods.
These past few weeks have held grocery trips were I have not needed to buy a lot of the ingredients for our meals. This has allowed me to buy specialty items or restock on items we have gone through.
Ibotta sent me $34.75 in rebates. This is for previously purchased groceries, things I would have been purchasing anyway. If you have never used this program, I recommend it. It is easy to use and there is a variety of products offered. Often they have rebates for produce that I can not find elsewhere. If you sign-up by clicking this link, you can earn a $10 bonus after submitting your first rebate.
I also redeemed my points earned at Swagbucks for a $25 Amazon gift card. My thought is to use this gift card in conjunction with Amazon Pantry. The idea of having some of my weekly shopping list delivered directly to my door is awesome. I am trying to reduce the amount of time I spend in the stores. Not only do I notice how sluggish I become while in stores, and the fact that I get a headache, but my kids also do not like to go shopping. They sure do like to eat though, so I have not completely given up on this activity.
We already use Amazon to purchase various items, usually in bulk. Have you used Amazon’s Prime Pantry before? What were your thoughts?
- Eggs with peppers and onions, hash browns and tea
- Crepes, bacon, fruit
- Marinated meat, apple slices, peas
- Tomato soup/hot dogs, chips, fruit
- Black Bean Burgers, fried potatoes
- Tomato soup/leftovers
- Buttermilk pancakes, fruit syrup, fruit
- Falafel, flat bread, side salad
- Eat out