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- September 12, 2007 at 3:49 am #253436
I just keep my eyes open for good deals at the grocery store. I buy bagels on
sale and keep a supply of them in the freezer. The kids can just toast them and
take them with them if they are rushing. Also, frozen waffles are sometimes
priced very well. I know it would be cheaper to make from scratch. But when I’m
pressed for time, I appreciate having these ready in a minute.
My younger daughter goes in 45 minutes later than her sisters so she will often
get scrambled eggs or oatmeal because we have the time.
Cereal and milk is always handy. I definitely look for cereal sales and then use
coupons. Also, I check the store brands, the kids like them just as much. I
won’t pay $5 or more for a box of cereal!
From: runabout07 <email@example.com>
Date: 2007/09/11 Tue PM 10:49:56 CDT
Subject: Budget101.com : quick,easy, cheap breakfast foods
Now that school has started and everyone working, it is a stuggle to
get everything done and everyone out in time. Does anyone have any
ideas of some breakfast foods that are quick? Maybe even some that
could be made ahead of time and just heated in mic. and go.
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