Dollar Tree sells skull molds, so yesterday I used organic raisins and melted chocolate to make these yummies. If you're a vegan you can use non-milk chocolate, or mix your own from a Baker's block. Easy enough and ever so yummy.
Next time, I want to make peanut, chocolate and raisin. Then maybe a crunchy cereal texture, followed by coconut and dark chocolate. Oh heavens. So good.
Here's the shot I go this morning. Click to expand.
I'm off work again today but don't need to rest so I'm doing chores. But before I go, dig my Wally World score.
Just part of yesterday's couponing fun.
Eight shaving gels @$1.27 each
Used 4/$3 off 2 gels, coupons (from Red Plum insert)
Four lady razors @$3.89 each
Used 4/$4 off each razor (click Smart Source)
*Requires a download of their printer software
*Limit 2 printables per computer
The overage from the shaving gels paid the rest of the tax on the razors. In the end, they gave me about 34 cents, that I used for the rest of my transaction.
And that's how I coupon. A little here and there so that we're never paying full price for beauty and household items.
Got questions about couponing? If I can help, I will. Just ask. In the meantime, have an oogie boogie of a day.
Chocolate skulls - those would be great for a Halloween party.ReplyDelete
They would but to tell you the truth, they didn't even last the photo shoot.Delete
You find the best deals in all the land! I love those skulls. The dollar stores have some awesome deals, don't they?ReplyDelete
Sometimes I can find good stuff at The Dollar Tree, more so now that they accept coupons.Delete
I snag some neat freebies there as well.
I didn't know they didn't accept coupons before.Delete
You are the couponing Queen!ReplyDelete
I'm sorry to hear you didn't win those brushes. Boy oh boy, Rayolla wins again. Some kind of luck, that one.Delete
Your blog post was super funny. Thanks.
So, how did you eat the skull? Did you take a hammer to it? That would have been fun! Kaplowie!!ReplyDelete
I bit into the side of his skull. Was pretty good but a little too much chocolate, if that's possible.Delete
Alas, poor Yorick . . . nom nom nom!ReplyDelete
I Googled him because I wasn't sure who he was. I found a gravedigger. Is that him? If so, cool beans, he was nummy.Delete
Where do you keep all the items you get with coupons? You must have quiet the stash! (Would love to see pictures.)ReplyDelete
At one point I took pictures of our stockpile shelf but I don't know if I ever posted it. Right now, we're in the middle of gutting the office, where most of the main products are stored.Delete
It's not that big of a stockpile when compared to the drama series on TLC, but it makes us happy to have these things for super cheap and free.
Do you coupon?
I don't but would love to. I have searched for decent coupons in my area but they are few and far between. If I can find them they are for things I don't use.Delete
Are you brand loyal?Delete
Have you tried printable coupons?
My kids will love these!!!!ReplyDelete
They were fun to make though next time I'll use a brush to get at those little air bubbles.Delete
I like that skull a lot. Normally I don't buy shaving gel as it's so expensive and you don't get much in the bottle. Not like mens shaving gel. They get a huge can and we get a small one, but we've got more surface area to shave.ReplyDelete
And razors have gotten to be outrageously priced. You've got some good deals here!
Couponing my friend. That's the only way I can afford to get girly shaving gels for myself. Otherwise, I'm with you, WAY too high.Delete
I've not used these razors yet but for the price of free, I had to give them a go. If you have a Walmart near you, please do download those coupons. Each razor comes with two blades, it's not much but it's free.
That is a fantastic shot of the chocolate skull! Looks like your photo taking skills are pretty darn good!ReplyDelete
Did you eat some of the chocolate? I bet it was great. I used to make a lot of chocolate at home with al kinds of cool molds when I kids were little. I haven't done it in years, but I think it would be fun to try!
Thanks, I did eat them, yes. Poor buggers never made it through the entire photo shoot.Delete
Cool header and avatar, perfect for the coming month ~ReplyDelete
I like the chocolate skull ~
Thanks Grace - I like to have fun with Google.Delete
You could shave chewbacca with all thatReplyDelete
I could indeed.Delete
Gee Whisk what a fantastic photo of the skull. Love the sun and bokeh.ReplyDelete
That was fun to take. Thanks.Delete
The skull looks yummy. Too cool to eat.ReplyDelete
Fun to make this stuff.Delete
Love the chocolate skull. I wonder what you could put inside to look like brains... That'd make a nice zombie treat!ReplyDelete
I think I'll give strawberry jam a go. Thanks for the idea.Delete
Ooo, chocolate skulls - cute and tasty!ReplyDelete
Good for any time :-)Delete
ooh, now you can shave your hubs from head to toe :P and enjoy the result in a naughty way :PReplyDelete
Dezmond, you are funny.Delete
Love your chocolate skulls. We have a Dollar Tree up here, so I may have to check out if they have Halloween molds. So cute (I mean...scary!!). Glad you got some awesome coupon deals too. :)ReplyDelete
They sit well in the freezer too. No wobbles.Delete
I don't think the chocolate skull would last long enough with me for me to remark on his name being Yorick, let alone how well I knew him...ReplyDelete
That's what I get for reading too much Shakespeare.
These guys didn't last the photo shoot. There were four in all. Gone now.Delete
LOVE the skull :DReplyDelete
The Dollar Tree.Delete
How fun! The skull turned out great looking and I bet its pretty tasty too! Good deal on the couponing scores!ReplyDelete
How goes you?Delete
Love the skull candy mold! My skull cake pan is alas still packed away, I've got my cookie cutters!ReplyDelete
And, Whisk, there's no such thing as too much chocolate. *grin*
Still packed away, oh no.Delete
Never too much chocolate, eh? Well, I guess I can't argue as it is yummy.