Harris Teeter Super Double Match Ups

In case you missed the bulletin, Harris Teeter is doing Super Doubles beginning Wednesday, 3/23.  You can check out all the rules here

If you aren’t sure how to prepare for Super Doubles, check out my post here

Some amazing bloggers have put together a list of the best deals that will be available.

Here are some examples of the deals they found:

Seventh Generation Tissues – $1.59
$1/1 Seventh Generation Product, exp. 4-23-11 (RP 01/23/11)
FREE

McCormick Recipe Inspirations – $1.99
$1/1 Select McCormick Products, exp. 4-24-11 (RP 03/13/11)
FREE

Philadelphia Cooking Cream $2.99
$1.50/1 Philadelphia cooking cream, exp. 05-31-11 (SS 03/06/11)
FREE

Rhodes Frozen Dinner Rolls (these are bake n serve) $2.25
$1/1 Rhodes Bread or Rolls, exp. 3-31-11 (RP 12/12/10)
Final: $0.25

Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice Pouch $2.25
$1/1 Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice Pouch, exp. 4-17-11 (RP 02/20/11)
Final: $0.25

Click on the links below to see their complete lists:

The Coupon Challenge

Mom on Dealz (all items $1 and under)

Your Southern Coupon Clippers

Stretching Your Budget

My Coupon Teacher

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How I Prepare For Super Double Coupons

I was going to title this “How To Prepare for Super Double Coupons” but the bottom line is that there is no one right way to do your shopping. 

But in case you are still trying to figure out your way, I thought I would tell you about my way

Step 1: I go through all of my coupons and pull out everything that is between $1 and $1.98.  I don’t cut every coupon out of the paper so it’s not too many.

Step 2: I check Coupons.com, Red Plum, Target and Smart Source for any additional manufacturer’s coupons and print them (remember you only need to print in black and white).

Step 3: After all the coupons are in a pile I go to Harris Teeter’s website and click where it says Home Shopping.

Step 4: From there I begin in the top of my pile and find each item’s price by searching the on-line inventory of the nearest store.  If the doubled coupon is going to be a good deal I will put it in it’s own pile to take with me.  If the item is still really expensive even with the coupon doubled it goes back in my coupon box.

Step 5: Once I have checked all of them, I put the 25 or so best coupons in a white envelope.  Then I write the items on the outside of the envelope so that when I go to the store I have a list in front of me of what I need to check and how much the coupon is worth.

Step 6: I schedule a time to go to Harris Teeter.  Remember that coupons begin doubling at 7 a.m. on Wednesday morning.  Harris Teeter will only double 20 coupons a day, but I bring a few extra with me just in case.  For a complete list of the rules, click here.   

All combined this shouldn’t take more than an hour- it usually takes me about 30 minutes.  Once it’s completed you are all ready for Super Doubles!

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Harris Teeter Super Doubles Begin 3/23

I can’t believe this is happening again so soon (and I still want to know WHY I have no triple coupons!)

Regardless I will be getting some coupon match ups soon.  However you can start by checking these coupons out (I can’t print right now so I don’t know if any of these will say “do not double”- depending on your Harris Teeter they might not double those):

$1.00 off 1 Weight Watchers Frozen Novelty Carton

$1.00 off ONE 3-pack of any TEMPTATIONS by JELL-O

$1.00 off Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaners

$1.00 off any one Kashi Berry Blossoms™ cereal

$1.00 off one Kashi TLC Soft Baked Cereal Bar

$1.50 off Wanchai Ferry Frozen Entrée

$1.00 off on any size Truvia™ natural sweetener

$1.00 off ONE (1) SCOTT Tissue

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Harris Teeter Recipe of the Week 3/17- Mango Chicken

A big thank you to Sharon at Mom on Dealz for the Harris Teeter recipe this week! Everything in this recipe is on sale this week at your local Harris Teeter (or you could just try it yourself!)

Here is this week’s frugal recipe based on Harris Teeter’s weekly ad:

Ingredients:
3.5 pounds Split Chicken Breast $3.46
1 mango (peeled, seeded, and sliced) $0.99
2 cups Simply Orange Juice $1.50
1 tablespoon Kikkoman soy sauce $1.45
Harris Teeter Zatarain’s Wild Brown Rice Mix $1.55
2 tablespoons HT cornstarch $0.97
1 tablespoon olive oil ( assume on hand)
1/4 cup hot water
Total: $9.87

Directions:
1. Prepare rice according to directions.
2. Brown chicken in oil.
3. Add orange juice and soy sauce; bring to a boil.
4. Add mango pieces and simmer 2-3 minutes.
5. Combine hot water and cornstarch and whisk until dissolved. Add to pan.
6. Continue cooking until sauce thickens, stirring frequently.
7. Serve over prepared rice.

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Harris Teeter Deals of the Week 3/16

It’s another good week at Harris Teeter!

Click here to see all the items under $1!

Click here to see all the deals this week! 

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup 4/$2, limit 4 (EVIC)
-$0.40/4 coupon from SS 2/13
Final=$0.40 each

 Breakstone’s Sour Cream 16 oz 2/$3
-$0.55 coupon from HERE
Final=$0.40 each

 Dannon Light and Fit or Fruit on the Bottom Yogurt 10/$5
-$1/10 or $0.40/6 coupons from SS 1/30
Final=$0.42 each

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Harris Teeter Frugal Recipe of the Week- Colcannon

Time for some Irish food! You can add corned beef for just a few dollars more!

A big thank you to Sharon at Mom on Dealz for putting this together!

Ingredients:
3 lb potatoes $3.97 (on sale for 8 pounds)
1 lb shredded cabbage $0.79 (on sale $2.37/3 pounds)
3 tablespoons butter (assume you have on hand)
1 1/4 cup milk $2.89
pepper to taste (assume on hand)
1/2 cup thinly sliced onion $0.47
Total=$8.12 ( a little high but you will have a lot of potatoes and milk left over)

Directions:
1. Cut potatoes into small pieces and boil until tender. Set aside.
2. Heat butter and onion over medium heat in skillet. Add cabbage and cook until cabbage starts to brown.
3. Reduce heat to low, add milk and pepper. Cover and cook until cabbage becomes tender.
4. Combine potatoes and cabbage/onion and mash.

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Harris Teeter Deals of the Week 3/9

It’s not the greatest of weeks at Harris Teeter but there are still some deals to check out!

Click here to see the complete list of deals.

Click here to see all the deals under $1 this week.

Here are the ones that caught my eye:

Yoplait Kids Yogurt – $2.00
$0.50/1 Yoplait Kids Cup Yogurt, exp. 4-30-11 (SS 03/06/11)
$0.50/1 Yoplait Kids Cups (GM 02/13/11)
Final: $1 each

Starkist Solid White Albacore Tuna (5 oz) – $1.00
$0.75/2 Starkist Product, exp. 4-17-11 (RP 03/06/11)
$1.50/3 Starkist Product, exp. 3-20-11 (RP 03/06/11)
Final: 2/$0.50

Mueller’s Spaghetti – $1.00

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Harris Teeter Frugal Recipe of the Week

Each week Sharon at Mom on Dealz creates a yummy recipe from items that are on sale at Harris Teeter.  This week it is a sausage and pepper sandwich!

This recipe is based on the sales ad for Harris Teeter this week (3/2-3/8).

Ingredients:
**Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage BOGO $2.08

**Birds Eye Stir Fry Peppers EVIC $1.32

**Kings Hawaiian Sub Rolls $2.49
-$1 RP 12/12 (if applies)=$1.49

**Prego Sauce EVIC $1.37
-$0.60/2 SS 1/2=$0.77 each

**Birds Eye Steamfresh Veggies $1.32
-$1/3 SS 1/23=$0.99 each

Final Cost of Meal=$6.65

Directions:
1. Slice sausage according to your preference (we slice into small chunks).
2. Put sausage in the pan with peppers and brown.
3. Add spaghetti sauce to pan and heat.
4. Prepare Steamfresh veggies according to directions.
5. Serve sausage, peppers, and sauce on rolls with veggies as the side.

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Harris Teeter Deals of the Week 3/2 – 3/8

After the amazing Food Lion ad this week I was hoping for some great stuff at Harris Teeter as well but it’s actually sort of slow!

Click here to see everything under $1.  Click here to see the complete list of deals. 

Here are the deals that caught my eye:

Pillsbury Grands $1
-$0.30/2 coupon from GM 2/13
Final=$0.70 each

Prego Pasta Sauce $1.37 EVIC (limit 2)
-$0.60/2 coupon from SS 1/2
Final=$0.77 each

Totino’s Party Pizza$0.99
-$1/5 coupon from GM 2/13 or SS 1/30
Final=$0.79 each

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Harris Teeter Recipe of the Week 2/28

Sharon at Mom on Dealz creates a recipe each week from the items on sale at Harris Teeter.  This week is no exception!

Here is the recipe for Crockpot Chicken with Asparagus:

Crockpot BBQ Chicken with Asparagus and Rice

Ingredients:
-Harris Teeter Whole Fryer Chicken-$0.59 lb-I got one for $3.09
-Harris Teeter Asparagus $1.79
-Kraft BBQ Sauce $1
-Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice 3/$5-$1 coupon from 2/20 RP=$0.67
-2 tablespoons butter or margarine (assume on hand)
-Garlic powder or chopped garlic (whichever you have on hand)
Final cost of meal=$6.55

Directions:
1. Clean chicken and place in crockpot legs up.
2. Pour entire bottle of BBQ over chicken and cook on low 8-10 hours.
3. Cook rice according to directions and set aside.
4. Melt butter in sauce pan and add garlic and asparagus. Cook to your desired tenderness.
5. Serve asparagus over rice alongside chicken.

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