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Cereal Coupons and Cheap Breakfast Ideas

Posted on Saturday, September 4th, 2010 at 4:51 am
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Save Money with Printable Cereal Coupons

Those back to school mornings can really use some quick breakfast choices. We are still plowing through all of our free Eggo waffles that we got when we combined a sale with a Catalina deal at our local grocery store. At the time, 30 boxes of free waffles seemed like a lot, but they are going fast. My nine year old tends to eat them four waffles at a time. They will be gone soon.

Needless to say, if I don’t want to spend most mornings figuring out breakfast, I’ll need some items that the kids can get themselves. I’ll still have some frugal freezer breakfast items, such as muffins and pancakes, but the weekends have been pretty busy, and I haven’t found much time to make more of them.

So, I’ll be scouting out the breakfast deals this weekend.

Our store usually has a discount bread section, and often there are multiple loaves of texas toast. I can use these to create quick french toast that can be frozen. And if English muffins are in that bin as well, then I’ll make some egg breakfast sandwiches. But, as I said, I haven’t been finding the time lately to do any bulk cooking. That means that I also need to have some oatmeal and cereal on hand to fill in the gaps.

Here are the cereal coupons that I have found today:

The Quaker Oatmeal website is offering a coupon for $1/1 box of instant oatmeal through their Facebook page.

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glutenfree.com – 15% off Cereal.
Expires: 09/05/2010
Coupon Code: BREAKFAST

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$1.00 off General Mills cereals

Expires: 09/30/2010

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$1.50 off TWO packages of Kellogg`s Cereals

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$0.55 off Reese`s Puffs cereal

Expires: 10/30/2010

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$1.00 off General Mills Adult cereals

Expires: 10/30/2010

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$1.00 off General Mills Kid cereals

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$0.55 off Original Cheerios cereal

Expires: 10/30/2010

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Mom’s Best Cereal – 75 cent coupon

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Post Cereals Trail Mix Crunch $2

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