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Budget Momma Grocery List: Kroger for $100



My first strawberries of this season...

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Alright, here it is! This one took me a bit longer than usual, because I wanted to make it easier for YOU. So, I added hyperlinks to all the printable coupons.

Make sure you upload coupons on your Kroger card. (Note: Even if you aren’t using the coupon or don’t think you will, upload all coupons. You may be able to get something for pennies in the future.)

“Seek first His kingdom and His righteousness…” Matthew 6:33

1.25.2011 Grocery List

I get the Sunday paper and save the coupon inserts in a binder (I don’t clip unless I use it), save the Tuesday mailer coupons and I don’t print printables unless I use them.

Check out Southern Savers for the rest of the Kroger deals and make your own list with my spreadsheet.


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  • 27 days ago   /   ReplyWindow Panes

    Hey – once you have your list created. You can either print the whole spreadsheet (which I don’t do) or highlight columns B, C, and D. Then, file (on the top menu bar), click Print Area and choose Set Print Area. Then you get the item, cost and quantity. Happy Shopping!

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