I have been thinking about sides for Thanksgiving. Betty Crocker sent me some really good recipes for an alternative to the green bean casserole and mashed potatoes in the crockpot. Also corn pudding and I found some salads that sounded good until they got to the cool whip. I don't think that whip cream would hold up for a substitute, so I think I'll pass. Has anybody used sour cream sweetened instead? There was also a recipe for a muffin that used the leftover cranberry sauce. I thought that was very clever.
I can't seem to find the links, but you can google on the Betty Crocker web site. I have some of the recipes, but can't publish them.
There is usually not a lot of bargains during the holidays. They know you are going to buy certain things anyway, so they don't have to mark them down . I found the best buys at Fred Meyers a few weeks ago. If you waited until the last minute, you are pretty much paying full price. Turkey's remain the same price. There are coupons for a total of eight dollars off a butterball, but butterballs are more expensive in the first place- almost double the mean price of a regular turkey ( .69).
Traditionally, we always eat leftovers several days after thanksgiving. Probably because we cooked a day and need to rest and there is food left over. There are a lot of leftover recipes on the same Betty Crocker web sites.
Coupon matchups are making QFC a store of choice. My next pick would be top.
Free milk when you buy four General Mills.
Pillsbury pie dough is on their list, and there are coupons for it.
Also cereal and fiber one bars. I can always find coupons for them.
Betty Crocker potatoes and a buck, and there are coupons for them too. You can add leftover turkey and a salad and vegetable and have a weeknight meal.
Broccoli is .99 a pound
I guess that's all