Over 15 Breakfast Coupons from Kellogg's, Hormel, Pillsbury & Much More
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Over 15 Breakfast Coupons from Kellogg’s, Hormel, Pillsbury & Much More

Posted on Monday, December 22nd, 2014 at 10:57 am
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Here are some quick and easy breakfast ideas and savings, so that you can relax during this busy holiday season! Print and save before these rare coupons disappear!


$1.00 off any TWO Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Gone Nutty$0.70 off ONE Kellogg's Special K Hot Cereal

 
$0.70 off Kellogg's™ Special K™ Breakfast Shakes $1.00 off two HORMEL BLACK LABEL bacon products
 
$0.40 off any 2 Pillsbury or Cinnabon Sweet Rolls $0.50 off one Pillsbury Grands! Sweet Rolls
 
$0.40 off 3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands Biscuits $0.50 off 1 Honey Nut Cheerios OR Medley Crunch
 
$1.00 off any TWO BOXES Chex™ cereals $0.75 off Basic 4™ or Oatmeal Crisp™ cereal
 
$1.00 off any ONE Bottle of Michele's Syrup $1.00 off any TWO Kellogg's Special K Cereals
 
$1.00 off 2 (TWO) Ore-Ida Frozen Potato Products $4.00 off TWO (2) Carnation Breakfast Essentials
 
$1.00 off 5 Martha White Baking Mixes $1.00 off 2 Kellogg's Nutri-Grain/Special K Bars
 

 

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