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Posted on Tuesday, October 26th, 2010 at 2:55 pm
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Holiday Baking Coupons

Holiday Baking Coupons

With the holidays approaching, it is time to stock up on those baking items. I like to make some cookie dough ahead of time and freeze it. Having a few different varieties available makes all of the unexpected school activities and cookie exchanges go smoothly. I can just thaw and bake.

We also enjoy all kinds of fancy quick breads to share with family and friends. Maybe we will even try to make a gingerbread house this year.

For Thanksgiving, I have to make sure that I have the makings for a few different pies, and for Christmas morning, homemade cinnamon rolls are a must.

With that in mind, here are all of the current grocery coupons for baking items.


$1.50 off 3 Skittles, Starburst or Lifesavers

Use the Lifesavers to make stained glass cookies!

Expires: 10/31/2010

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$1.00 off Flour with Kellogg`s Corn Flakes Cereal

Expires: 12/21/2010

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$1.00 off Peanut Butter w/ Kellogg`s Rice Krispies

Yummy peanut butter drop cookies and Rice Krispies Treats

Expires: 12/21/2010

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$0.50 off Pillsbury Pie Crust

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$1.00 off Pillsbury Cookie Dough

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$1.00 off Pillsbury Holiday Cookies

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$1.00 off Pillsbury Sweet Moments

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$1.00 off Pillsbury Savorings

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$0.55 off Pillsbury simply… Cookie Dough

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$0.40 off Betty Crocker Cookie Mix

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$0.50 off Betty Crocker Box Muffin Mix

Expires: 11/30/2010

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$0.50 off 1 Fleischmann`s Pizza Crust Yeast Strip

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$1.00 off one package of BARD Vally Medjool Dates

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Expires: 12/31/2010

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