Organic Coupons for Your Holiday Meals: $1/1 Arrowhead Mills (flour, pancake mix, etc.), $0.50/1 Shamrock Farms Eggnog, $1/1 Woodstock Frozen Organic Vegetables, $1/1 Zevia All Natural Soda, $1/1 Alter Eco Sugar, $2/1 Spectrum Naturals (organic olive oil, coconut oil, etc.), $1.50/1 Van’s Waffles, $1/2 Immaculate Baking Refrigerated Dough Products, various Simply Organic coupons (vanilla, spices, baking mixes, etc.), $0.55/1 Horizon Organic Butter and $0.55/1 any Horizon product (like whipping cream!). (Thanks, Healthy Life Deals!)
Free Subscription to Whole Living Magazine: For only 115 points, you can earn a free 1-year subscription to Whole Living Magazine through Recyclebank (find under Rewards, then Music, Books & Magazines). If you haven’t done it yet, the Green Your Seasons challenges will help you to earn plenty of points, and the new Coca-Cola challenge will earn you 25 points. (Thanks, The Greenbacks Gal!)
Last Minute eGift Cards 20% Off: If you still need a gift that is truly last minute, you can purchase an eGift Card to Abe’s Market, where they sell a wonderful variety of natural products. Cards range from $15-$150 value, you get 20% off with code SpreadTheJoy, and they are sent immediately via email.
Free Organic Coconut Oil: When you place any $16 order at Tropical Traditions from now until December 25th, get a free 32 oz. jar of Organic Gold Label Virgin Coconut Oil ($40 value). Combine with other weekly sales to make it a worthwhile deal, because you still pay shipping.
Pamela’s Gluten Free Bread Mix $4.13 Shipped: All of Pamela’s Wheat/Gluten Free Baking Mixes are on 25% off right now at Amazon with code PAMHOL22 and Subscribe & Save. The Amazing Bread Mix 19 oz Packages (Pack of 6) comes to $24.79 shipped, or $4.13 each, which is several dollars cheaper than I usually see it in the stores.
Free Samples of MiEssence: You can request a free sample of a MiEssence Organic skincare product. Choose from Body Cream, Body Wash, or Moisturizer. (Thanks, The Frugal Greenish Mama!)
Stephanie Langford loves to share ideas and information for homemakers who want to make healthy changes in their homes. She writes at Keeper of the Home, runs a music school in Langley, B.C. together with her husband, and has written two books geared to helping families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmed and without going broke.