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Gluten-Free Coupons and Deals

Here are the best gluten-free deals and coupons available this week, compiled by Janelle from Gluten Freely Frugal:

Gluten-Free Coupons: $1/1 and 0.75/1 Apple Cinnamon Chex, $1/1 Hellman’s with Olive Oil, $0.55/1 Rustic Crust product, $0.50/1 Del Monte Gold Extra Sweet Pineapple, $1/1 Food Should Taste Good product, $1.60/1 Smart Balance Spreadable Butter, and $1/2 Food For Life products. For a full list of available gluten-free coupons, go here.

Free Shipping from Jules Gluten Free: Through end of day on July 6, you can snag free shipping on all orders over $59 from Jules Gluten Free. The shipping will be automatically deducted when you place $59 or more of product in your cart.

Parmesan Cheese Crisps 50% Off: Gluten-Free Saver’s deal this week is for 50% off Parmesan Cheese Crisps by Kitchen Table Baker. You pay $16 and get a variety pack of Kitchen Table Bakers’ parmesan crisps (a $24 value). Shipping is also included in this deal.

EnviroKidz Bars as Low as $0.46/Bar Shipped: Amazon has dropped their prices on multiple flavors of EnviroKidz bars, with some priced as low as $0.46 bar. These ship for free as usual with Subscribe & Save!

Bumble Bars $0.63/Bar Shipped: Amazon has several flavors of Bumble Bars priced at $7.59 with Subscribe & Save, or $0.63 per bar. They also ship for free as usual with Subscribe & Save!

Janelle is wife to Brad, who is celiac, and mom to 2 sweet girls, one of whom is celiac, and the other showing signs of gluten intolerance. She blogs about the gluten free life on a budget, including coupons, deals, recipes, and other money-saving tips at Gluten Freely Frugal.

Get the 2012 Motivated Moms Chore Planner for just $3!

It’s July and that means that Motivated Moms has cut the price of their 2012 Motivated Moms Chore Planners by 50% — making them just $4 for the 2012 printable planner. Plus, use coupon code 1OFF to get an additional $1 off, making your total just $3!

If you’re looking for a planner that tells you exactly what you need to do every day to keep your home and life in order, Motivated Moms Chore Planners might be perfect for you. I downloaded this chore planner about six weeks ago because I was feeling like my current system just wasn’t working anymore.

So far, I’ve loved the Motivated Moms Chore Planner and have found it very helpful and motivating to keep on track — and to keep our home in great shape.

Interested? Check out the sample pages at the bottom of the products page to see if this system might work for you.

Use coupon code 1OFF to get $1 off the printable chore planners, making the 2012 planners just $3.

Be sure to check out other household management systems here, as well as some encouragement for staying motivated to do household chores.

(Note: The link in this post is my referral link. Read my disclosure policy here.)

The Children’s Place: Toddler Boys’ Jeans for $8 shipped, Boys’ & Girls’ Jeans for $12 shipped

The Children’s Place is offering free shipping through July 4, 2012 on any size order. Plus, you can get an additional 20% off when you use coupon code J7H2012 at checkout.

They have Toddler Boy’s Jeans on sale for $9.99, making them just $8 after coupon code J7H2012.

They also have Boys’ and Girls’ Jeans on sale for $15, making them $12 after coupon code J7H2012.

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The Children’s Place: Free shipping plus 20% off — Socks for $0.80/pair, T-shirts for $2.40, plus more!

The Children’s Place is offering free shipping through July 4, 2012 on any size order. Plus, you can get an additional 20% off when you use coupon code J7H2012 at checkout.

There are lots of different great deals on children’s clothing. Here are a few I saw:

They have socks for $0.99 per pair. After coupon code J7H2012 they will be just $0.80 per pair.

They have lots of different t-shirts (boys and girls) priced at $2.99 to $3.19, making them just $2.40 to $2.56 per t-shirt after coupon code J7H2012.

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Natural and Organic Coupons and Deals

Natural and Organic Deals

Gerber Organic Baby Pouches $0.79 Each: At Target right now, you can stack this B4G1 Gerber Organic 2nd Foods Pouch Target coupon together with two of these $1/2 Gerber Organic Baby Pouches coupons. You’ll pay $3.96 for 5 pouches, making them $0.79 each. (Thanks, Organic Deals!)

Free eBook “Growing Root Vegetables at Home”: Currently priced $0.00 at Amazon, download a free Kindle version of Growing Root Vegetables at Home: A guide on how to grow amazingly tasty potatoes, carrots, beetroots, parsnips, swedes and turnips. Note that prices can Amazon can change at any time, so double check before purchasing. (And no, I didn’t know what a swede was, either. Apparently, it’s a rutabaga.) (Thanks, Healthy Life Deals!)

$40 at EcoMom for Only $16: There’s a new $20 for $40 EcoMom voucher deal available at Plum District. To make it even better, use code SUMMER20 to take an extra 20% off, making it just $16 (note that this code is only good the rest of today, Friday June 29th).

High Value Natural Skin Care Coupons: Whether you’re looking for natural suncare, shampoo, lotion or other skin care products, here are several high value coupons for organic brands — $3/1 Avalon Body Care Product (Facebook offer), $4/1 Alba Botanicals (Facebook offer), and $1/1 Kiss My Face full size sun care product (and check out these possible scenarios for using the Kiss My Face coupon).

Free Emergen-C Samples: Visit Emergen-C on Facebook to sign up for a sample (in the past, I’ve received several drink packages in one sample)– for US residents only. When you’re done, click on the main Emergen-C Facebook page and you can also print a $2.50/1 coupon, good for any 30-count or higher Emergen-C product. (Thanks, Saving Naturally!)

Natural and Organic Coupon Roundup: $2/1 6-pack Zevia$2/7 Attune Probiotic Bars$1/1 Alter Eco (various coupons), $1/3 Good ‘n Natural Bars or B1G1 Good ‘n Natural Bar$1/1 Driscoll’s Berries$.50/1 Del Monte Pineapple (Facebook offer) $0.55 or up to $1.10/4-pack Stonyfield YoKids Greek Organic Yogurt$1/1 Ella’s Kitchen$1/2 Al Fresco All Natural Chicken Sausage$1/1 Naked Coconut Water (Facebook offer), $1.50/2 Mary’s Gone Crackers$4/1 Spry Toothpaste$1/1 Organic Girl produce.

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. with her husband, and has written 3 books to help families live more naturally and eat real, whole foods, without being overwhelmedwithout going broke, and with simple meal planning.

Find more Natural & Organic tips and deals. (Note: Some of the links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here.)

Get a copy of Training Your Children in Home Economics for just $2.50 (through June 30, 2012)

Just a reminder! This offer ends June 30, 2012.

Want to teach your children some basic home economics skills but feeling overwhelmed at even knowing where to start? Busy homeschooling mom Angie has put together an ebook to help you out!

Her brand-new 44-page ebook, Training Your Children in Home Economics, addresses why learning home economics skills are important and then covers a number of different areas to train your children. This ebook also has reproducible progress sheets and simple shape sewing patterns that you can print and use over and over again.

Angie has also written a 52-page ebook with over 200 educational activities you can do with your child using commonly found objects in and around your home.

Angie says:

Finding Educational Activities in the Most Unexpected Places was written as a reaction to comments that many of the families that I used to see while doing in-home therapy have said. I would often bring toys for the children to play with while we’re working, and many families would say things like, “I need to get something like (that toy)” or “You have all the cool toys.”

I wanted to show those families that there are so many activities that can be done with just objects in and around their own houses. So, I wrote this book with them in mind. (I wrote this book while I was still doing in-home therapy, and I provided families a printed copy of the book as educational material for them.)

Through June 30, 2012, she’s offering my readers a 50% discount on Training Your Children in Home Economics and on Finding Educational Activities in the Most Unexpected Places. Just use coupon code MSM50 and you can get either book for just $2.50 each!

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