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3 Minute Fudge (Only 3 Ingredients & SO GOOD!)

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There is something about homemade fudge that is so satisfying. It is so creamy and delicious for any occasion. This fudge is so easy to make and guess what – it only takes 3 minutes to make.

If your like me and love peanut butter, you can add some peanut butter chips in there or walnuts! Yum! 🙂

Prep Time: 3 minutes
Cool Time: 1 hour

Ingredients:

1 (12oz) Bag of Semi-Sweet Chocolate Chips
1 (14oz) Can of Sweetened Condensed Milk
1 tsp Vanilla Extract

Instructions

1. Line an 8X8 inch square pan with parchment paper (so you can easily remove fudge)

2. In microwave safe bowl, add chocolate chips and the sweetened condensed milk

3. Microwave on high for 1 minute (if chocolate chips are not melted, heat and additional 30 seconds)

4. Stir in vanilla extract

5. Pour fudge into prepared pan

6.  Let cool completely (about 1 hour in refrigerator)

7.  Cut into 1 inch squares and serve!

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  • Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls (Yummy Recipe!)

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    Guest Post by: Lorena from Green Healthy Cooking

    Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls are the perfect after-school-snack or grab-and-go breakfast for busy mornings. Quick and easy to make and keep for weeks in the freezer.

    We have old fashioned rolled oats packed full of fibre. Almond meal and peanut butter for power protein. Hemp seeds because there is no better super food to stock up your iron stores. Cocoa powder, maple syrup and chocolate to make it all into the most delicious energy bites you will have tried in your life.

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    Energy bites are always a hit as snack but these Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls have won the contest at my home so far. It almost feels like eating dessert when all you do is having a healthy snack. If your kids’ schools allow bringing nuts and peanuts this would make a great school snack. If not, it will be an excellent after school snack everybody will love.

    If you choose not to dunk them in chocolate you can prepare them in 10 minutes flat. The freezing makes them hold their shape and the chocolate hardens faster to it. You can easily eat them right away though. No freezing needed.

    Now let’s get right down to the recipe so you can try for yourself:

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    Makes: approx. 25 balls
    Prep Time: 10 minutes
    Cook Time: 5 minutes

    Ingredients:

    1.5 cups (150g) old fashioned rolled oats
    1 cup (115g) almond meal
    1/2 cup (150g) peanut butter
    1/4 cup (25g) unsweetened dutch-processed cocoa powder
    1/4 cup (40g) hemp seeds
    2 Tbsp liquid coconut oil
    1/3 cup (70ml) maple syrup
    50g 70% dark chocolate (optional)
    50g white chocolate (optional)

    Instructions

    1. Add all ingredients to a food processor and process until a thick dough forms and everything is well combined.

    2. Form little balls by squeezing some of the dough between your fingers and then rolling it in between your two palms until you form a ball. If you want to be precise and have them all the same size, use a measuring tablespoon to measure out the amount of dough.

    3. Place the balls on a baking paper lined baking sheet and put in the freezer for 15-20 minutes.

    4. You can now either eat them just like that or you can dunk them in melted chocolate to make them look more fun. For this, melt dark chocolate and/or white chocolate in a double boiler and dunk the freezing cold balls into the chocolate and place back on the lined baking sheet. Once all are finished, place back in the freezer for a couple minutes for the chocolate to harden.

    5. They keep well in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week or in the freezer for much much longer.

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  • Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries (4 Easy Steps!)

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    If you love strawberries and you love cheesecake, you’ve come to the right place. This is one of my favorite go-to desserts because it is so easy to make, plus it is a healthier option for those looking for a lighter dessert to end a meal. These are also great for the kids, because they aren’t too messy and we get them to eat some fruit (win-win, right?). With only 4 simple steps, these are sure to be a hit at any gathering. Enjoy! 🙂

    Makes: approx. 25 strawberries
    Prep Time: 20 minutes

    Ingredients:

    1 lb of large strawberries
    1 (8oz) package of cream cheese, softened
    ¼ cup powdered sugar
    1 tbs vanilla extract
    1 graham cracker (mashed to crumbs)

    Instructions

    1. Using a paring knife, cut bottoms of strawberries and hollow out the tops – then set strawberries aside.

    2. In mixing bowl, beat the cream cheese, powdered sugar and vanilla until creamy.

    3. Place mixture into a piping bag and fill the strawberries with the cheesecake mixture.

    4. Sprinkle graham cracker crumbs over the tops of the strawberries. Serve immediately and Enjoy!

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  • VIDEO: How to Use Ibotta App to Save Money + 6 Pro Tips to Save

    UPDATE: Ibotta currently has a new promotion where New users get Free $10 after redeeming your first rebate. Don’t miss it!! The credit used to be $1 and for a limited time, it is $10!

    *NOTE: Click on the video above to start watching. Or if you don’t see the video, click here to watch it on youtube.

    *If you liked the video, click here to Subscribe to future videos.

    Hello! I just uploaded a new video! An In-Depth Guide on What is Ibotta & How to Use Ibotta App to Save Money. I’ve also included 6 Pro tips at the end of the video. I hope it is helpful to you. If you have any questions, please leave a comment under the video on YouTube.

    If you’re new to Ibotta, click here to sign up to get a Free $10 credit when you redeem your first rebate within 2 weeks. Additionally, if you sign up thru my referral code, I become one of your Team Members. 🙂 If you are setting up Ibotta from mobile, my referral code is: freestuff

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  • VIDEO: How to Extreme Coupon at Target

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    Hey you! I just uploaded a new video! An In-Depth Guide on How to Extreme Coupon at Target – The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Target. Click here to the written show notes for this video. I’m really excited for the video, since Target is my favorite store to shop in. There are just so many ways to save.

    In this video and written note, my goal is to make the most in-depth video tutorial on How to Coupon at Target. I hope it helps. I also included 6 Ninja Tricks at the end such that even if you were experienced, you may pickup a trick or two. 🙂 Enjoy!

    Additionally, I had re-written the Target 101 Guide which is a written version of the video above.

    If you have any questions regarding Target, or have a video request, please leave a comment under the video on YouTube.

    Anyway, Click Here to see all recent deals from Target.

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  • VIDEO: How to Extreme Coupon at Walgreens

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    Hey you! I just uploaded a new video! An In-Depth Guide on How to Extreme Coupon at Walgreens. Click here to the written show notes for this video. I’m really excited for the video, since Walgreens was the first store that I had learned how to coupon in. So I can totally related with the overwhelm of learning the ropes of Walgreens. In this video, my goal is to make the most comprehensive guide on Walgreens Couponing.

    Additionally, I had re-written the Walgreens 101 Guide (since the previous one I did with Emily was almost 2 years out of date). Click here for the written version of the video above.

    If you have any questions regarding Walgreens, or have a video request, please leave a comment under the video on YouTube.

    Anyway, Click Here to see all recent deals from Walgreens.

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  • VIDEO TIP: How to Change Zip for Printable Coupons

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    I’ve been on this site for some time, you may notice that from time to time, we include a zip code next to a printable coupon link? If you’re wondering what that zip code is or how to change zip code when printing coupons, this quick video will answer that question. 🙂 Hope it helps!

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  • Video: How to Use Target Cartwheel (In-Depth Guide)

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    Hello! I just uploaded a new video! An In-Depth Guide on How to Use Target Cartwheel to save lots of money. In this video, I cover rules, tips, limits, how to calculate math for final price, and basic overview of what Target Cartwheel is and how to use it. If you have any questions, leave a comment under the video on YouTube and I’ll be sure to reply.

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  • NEW VIDEO: My Favorite Deal at Target this Week

    UPDATE: Sorry Guys. Looks like Target had pulled the sale from their stores early. The sale was suppose to last until 2/28, but it was pulled 5 days after the sale started. 🙁 Some store may still honor it if you have a picture of the sales tag.

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    (Week 2/1-2/7) Hey you, I just uploaded a quick video that shows my favorite deal for this week at Target: Free (or Cheap) Ziploc Bags and Containers!!  Scroll down for show notes where you can print the coupons described. Or you can click here.

    Click here to see the entire list of Deals at Target  (2/1-2/7). And Click Here to see all recent Target deals (scroll down) to see.  Once again, for show notes from this video, keep scrolling down to see.

    Show Notes:

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    Notes: Sale until 2/28. But the $2/2 printable coupon may stop printing until then. As I mentioned in the video: I think its a great price on ziplocs even without coupons.

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    ► Buy (2) Ziploc Sandwich Bags 90 ct @$1.25/ea = $2.50
    (Or Ziploc Freezer Bags 18-24 count)
    Use $2/2 Ziploc Brand Products coupon = -$2.00
    (Must share to get the Higher value)
    (Or use $1/2 Ziploc Bags coupon)
    (Or use $$0.75/2 or $1/2 from SS 1/11, x3/21)
    And use $0.75/2 Ziploc Target Mobile Coupon (x2/18) = -$0.75
    (Text SNACKS to 827438)
    Pay: Nothing
    Submit receipt for $1.00 cash back from Ibotta
    Final Price: Free + $1.00 Moneymaker

    Ziploc-containers

    ► Buy (2) Ziploc Square Container 3 ct @$1.44/ea = $2.88
    (Several other Ziploc containers also participating)
    Use $2/2 Ziploc Brand Products coupon = -$2.00
    (Must share to get the Higher value)
    (Or use $1/2 Ziploc Containers Printable)
    (Or use $$0.75/2 or $1/2 from SS 1/11, x3/21)
    And use $0.75/2 Ziploc Target Mobile Coupon (x2/18) = -$0.75
    (Text SNACKS to 827438)
    Pay: $0.13
    Submit receipt for for $1.00 cash back from Ibotta
    Final Price: Free + $0.87 Moneymaker
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  • VIDEO: How to Organize Coupons

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    Hello! I just uploaded a video on How to Organize Coupons – one of the most common questions I get asked. While there are several popular Coupon Organization Methods out there, my favorite organization method is the Whole Insert Filing Method. 🙂 I like how little time it takes up front to get organized. It literally takes me 5 minutes a week to pull inserts and get them organized.

    Additionally, I also introduce my “Pencil Case Method” in the second half of the video – how I personally store loose coupons before I go on a coupon trip.

    There are no wrong answers for what method you choose. The trade off has to do with how much time you spend upfront, vs, how easy it will be to access the coupons when you need them. I used keep whole insert sheets in a binder, but that became too complex (when I got inserts from multiple papers and all the pages differs) and time consuming.

    I will be doing more videos on the other two methods in the future. For now, here’s my answer to “How do you organize your coupons?” hehe… Enjoy!

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