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Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas

Every once in a while, I get ambitious and want to try a new recipe. I pulled this Chicken Enchiladas recipe out of a magazine, but the night I tried to make it, I didn’t have all the ingredients! I made a few substitutions (see below the recipe), and it turned out delicious. Yum! If you need your enchiladas to be gluten-free, make sure your corn tortillas and shredded cheese contain no gluten.

Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas
adapted from this recipe

2 boneless, skinless chicken breasts
1 Tbsp olive oil
1 onion, chopped
1 cup fresh spinach, thinly sliced
1 cup frozen corn
1/4 cup lowfat sour cream
1 1/2 tsp coriander
1 cup shredded Mexican cheese
8 6-inch corn tortillas
1 cup salsa verde

Heat over to 450 degrees. The recipe called for cooking the chicken in boiling water, then letting it cool and shredding it. I used leftover shredded chicken from a crockpot meal earlier in the week.

Heat the oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the onion and 1/4 tsp each salt and pepper; cook, stirring occasionally, until tender, 5-6 minutes. Add the corn and spinach and continue to saute. Stir in the sour cream, then fold in the shredded chicken, coriander, and 1/2 cup of the cheese.

Spread 1/2 cup of the salsa in an 9 x 13-in. baking dish. Prepare your tortillas (I tried using damp paper towels in the microwave, but it didn’t work!). Roll the chicken mixture in the tortillas (about 1/2 cup per tortilla), and place seam-side down in the dish. Top with the remaining salsa and cheese. Bake until beginning to brown, 8-10 minutes.

The original recipe called for poblano or green peppers, but I didn’t have any. I wanted some extra veggies, though, so I added the spinach, and it went over well with the whole family. I also didn’t have fresh cilantro, so I just used dried coriander. And as for my failure with the rolled tortillas–my Facebook Friends gave me a lot of suggestions to try next time.

This was the first new recipe in a while where all five of us loved it. One of the girls gave me “18 thumbs up,” and although I doubled the recipe so we’d have leftovers, there weren’t any!

This recipe is linked up to Gluten-Free Wednesdays at Gluten-Free Homemaker, Tasty Tuesdays at Balancing Beauty & Bedlam, the $5 Dinner Challenge, Recipe Swap Sundays at Remodelaholic, Tasty Traditions at Coupon Cookin,, Foodie Friday at Design by Gollum, Friday Favorites at Simply Sweet Home, It’s a Keeper’s Recipe Linky, MomTrends Recipe Linkup, and Feasting in Fellowship Friday at Comfy in the Kitchen.

Free Hallmark Cards at Safeway & Giant

Many grocery store chains nationwide are offering a Catalina deal this week that gives you a $5.00 coupon when you buy 3 Hallmark Cards. Please check your local ad and let me know your area and store chain so I can update this post. We all love free/low-cost greeting cards!

Safeway and its partner stores (Vons, Randalls, Genuardi’s, Dominick’s): running now through Tuesday, May 3rd, when you buy 3 Hallmark Cards at Safeway, you’ll get a Catlaian coupon at checkout good for $5.00 off your next order.

Giant/Stop & Shop: Starts tomorrow (Friday) and running through Thursday, May 12th, when you buy 3 Hallmark Cards at Giant, you’ll get the same $5.00 Catalina coupon.

This offer excludes the .99-priced cards, so look for the $1.49-priced cards to get them completely FREE after Catalina coupon. With three of the $1.49 cards, you’ll pay $4.47 and get the $5 coupon back. If you can only find the $1.99 cards, you’ll pay $5.97 at checkout and get the $5 coupon back. Three Hallmark Cards for .97 is a great deal!

Free Mother’s Day Card from Tiny Prints

Get a FREE Mother’s Day Card at Tiny Prints when you use code MDCARD and have it shipped to yourself. They have beautiful Mother’s Day cards, and you can personalize them with photos both inside & out, plus your own text. I made one for my sister to celebrate her very first Mother’s Day! Head over to Tiny Prints for your card!

Today (Thursday) is also the last day for you to get your FREE Mother’s Day Card from Shutterfly.

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Safeway Deals and Matchups 4/27

NOTE: This post is based on the Washington DC area weekly ad, which usually has the same prices as the rest of the Mid-Atlantic region. See your full local ad. Our stores double coupons to .99 here.

Sliced/Whole Mushrooms are .99.

Red, Green, and Romaine Lettuce is .99/head.

Del Monte Fruit Naturals are .99 each. Use the $1.00/2 coupon from the 3/27 RedPlum insert to get two for .98. These are great to sweeten up plain Greek yogurt, or put both together in the blender with some ice for a quick smoothie.

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Spray is $2.49 with in-ad SuperCoupon, limit 4. There’s a printable .85 off coupon, which will double, making it only .79. There was also a $1.00/2 coupon in the 4/17 RedPlum insert. These sprays are great for corn-on-the-cob!

Mazola Oil 40oz is $2.99. There was a $1.00/2 coupon in the 4/10 SS insert.

Ore-Ida Potatoes are $1.99/bag with in-ad SuperCoupon, limit 4. There was a $1.00/2 coupon in the 4/3 SmartSource insert.

Kellogg’s Raisin Bran and Rice Krispies are $2.50 so use the printable .70 off Raisin Bran coupon if you haven’t printed it yet. It will double, making the cereal only 1.10/box. You can then use the UPC symbol as part of the Kelloggs $10 Gas Card Rebate, and get back $1 on that box.

Pepsi 12pks are Buy 2, Get 2 FREE plus you get a FREE Bag of Tostitos Chips. You’ll pay $11.98 for all five items.

Silk Soy or Almond Milk is $2.99 with in-ad SuperCoupon, limit 3. Print a .75 off coupon, which will double, making it $1.49.

Shady Brook Farms Ground Turkey is BOGO for $6.59 (according to online pricing). Since each pack is 1.3 lbs, that comes out to about $2.53/lb. with the BOGO sale.

Yoplait Yogurt Cups are .50 each. Buy 6 and use this printable .40/6 coupon, which doubles, to pay only .37/cup when you buy six.

Buy 3 Hallmark Cards (excluding .99 cards) and get a Catalina coupon for $5.00 off your next Safeway purchase, through May 10th. Look for $1.49 cards and get them FREE, or buy three $1.99 cards and pay just .97 total when you consider the savings.

The Big Cheese Event (insert joke here looks like straight sale prices with no need to buy a certain number:

  • Lucerne Chunk, Shredded, or String Cheese 16 oz are $3.00 each. My stock-up price for cheese is $2.00-2.50/lb, but this isn’t bad if you need it.
  • Lucerne Natural Slices or Singles are $2.00 each.
  • Lucerne Cream Cheese or Dairy Glen Cheese is $1.00.

Wednesday through Saturday only prices:

  • Barilla Pasta is .88/box
  • Red Grapes are .99/lb.
  • Cheez It Crackers are $1.49, limit 4. Try printing this $1.00/2 coupon.
  • Kraft Salad Dressing is .99/bottle, limit 2. There was a $1.00/2 coupon in the 4/10 SS insert.
  • Safeway Apple Juice is $1.49
  • Chicken of the Sea Solid White Tuna is .88/can
  • Thomas’ English Muffins are Buy 1, Get 2 Free, priced at $4.19. That makes them $1.40 each when you buy 3. Watch the shelf tags; it looks like only 3 varieties are part of this sale.

Remember to look for the $1 off $5 Produce coupon at your store’s Customer Service counter.

Add E-coupons to your Safeway Club card at Safeway.com. Safeway is no longer participating in the Cellfire and Shortcuts e-coupon programs. Read Safeway’s Coupon Policy, but know that store managers are allowed to set their own policy.

For more Mid-Atlantic store match-ups, see my network of NoVA Grocery Deals. For coupon matchups at stores nationwide, see The Frugal Map.

Giveaway: Dunkin Donuts Gift Cards

Do you eat breakfast out? It’s one of the things I miss most since I’ve gone gluten-free. Back in February, I was invited to a DC-area blogger event for Dunkin Donuts, and I was pleased to sample some of their new breakfast menu. I was also excited to meet up with my friends, the NoVA Grocery Deals bloggers:

Dunkin Donuts put on a great display of their new coffee and tea flavors (I liked the Peach Iced Tea and the Mocha Latte), and talked about their DDSmart Menu. I loved the Eggwhite Flatbread and Turkey Sausage Breakfast Sandwiches (I skipped the bread and stayed gluten-free, even surrounded by all those donuts!). I was surprised that there was such a healthy option at Dunkin Donuts. Each sandwich is less than 300 calories, and the eggwhite “patty” is filled with chopped vegetables. Yum!

Another cute thing we saw was the Donut Decorating Kit, a set of hats, spreaders, frosting and sprinkles to be used with a dozen glazed donuts. It’s like an instant birthday party in a box! This would make a fun breakfast after a slumber party, don’t you think?

Speaking of fun…I have a giveaway for you!

Two lucky MoneywiseMoms readers will win a $25 Dunkin Donuts gift card! That’s a lot of yummy breakfasts or sweet treats for your family. You have five ways to enter–just leave a separate comment for each entry. Please make sure there is a way for me to contact you (either your profile, email address (spaced out to avoid spam), Twitter, etc.:

  • Leave a comment telling me what you like about Dunkin Donuts.
  • Like Dunkin Donuts on Facebook, then leave a comment saying so. 
  • Like MoneywiseMoms on Facebook, and leave a comment saying so.
  • Follow @DunkinDonuts and @moneywisemoms on Twitter, and tweet about this giveaway. You can just cut & paste this if you’d like: Enter to win a @DunkinDonuts GC from @moneywisemoms #giveaway  http://bit.ly/DunkinGC
The giveaway has ended. The winners were Vanessa and Becca!

This giveaway is open to US addresses only, and please only enter one person per household. I will draw the winner of this giveaway using Random.org on Sunday, May 1st at 11:00pm EST. Thank you for reading Moneywise Moms, and good luck!

Disclosure: Dunkin Donuts provided the giveaway prize for this post by sending me home from the event with a goody bag that contained the two gift cards. I was not compensated for this post, and all opinions are my own.

Today’s Body Shop Groupon

Today’s $20 for $40 at The Body Shop Groupon has a great bonus–if you redeem it by May 30th, it’s worth $45! The limit is 3 per person, but you can only use one per visit. Think about using this Groupon to pick up some gifts for Teacher Appreciate week (that’s next week!) or Mother’s Day gifts. Limit one Groupon per visit, and it does work on sale items. The Groupons expire August 27, 2011, and they’re valid only in-store at The Body Shop.

When you’re buying any Groupon, remember that there are ways to double-dip your deal. Purchase your Groupon through Swagbucks or Ebates for extra value:

  1. If you’re a Swagbucks user, click on “Daily Deals” in the left sidebar on the Swagbucks home page. Then, click through to Groupon (San Francisco) and make your purchase. You’ll earn 100-400 Swagbucks depending on the value of the Groupon.
  2. If you’re an Ebates user, open a tracking ticket at Ebates and complete your Groupon purchase, and you’ll earn 3% cash back.

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Meal Plan Monday: Using it Up

One of the grocery-saving strategies I shared with you in my March vlog series was to “use it up.” Often, between sales and stockpiling, you end up with a lot of ingredients in your pantry or freezer. Once in a while, you need to brainstorm your meal plan around those items, and use them up! I took a look at what we had, made my list, and shopped only for the groceries I’d need to fill in the blanks:

    Meatless Monday!  Feta & Spinach Omelets, Rosemary Potatoes, fresh fruit
    Tuesday  Easy Baked Tilapia, quinoa, broccoli
    Wednesday Slow Cooker Asian Braised Pork, brown rice
    Thursday Sausage & Pesto Pita Pizzas, salad
    Friday Garlic Lime Chicken, asparagus, rice
    Saturday  Chicken & Spinach Enchiladas, black beans

    For more meal plans and recipes, check out the big linky at OrgJunkie.

    Help Japan with your Swagbucks!

    As I’ve mentioned before, you can help Japan’s earthquake relief by donating your Swagbucks. Many of you have done so, and Swagbucks is reporting that they’ve raised the equivalent of $20,000 so far! Take a moment and donate some Swagbucks to the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief Fund. It’s an easy way to donate to help Japan for FREE.

    If you haven’t signed up for Swagbucks yet, now is a great time, because you’ll start off with 80 Swagbucks in your account. Just use my referral link and code HelpJapan for 50 bonus Swagbucks plus the regular 30 you get for signing up (this code is valid for new members only and expires May 2nd).

    Search & WinI talk about Swagbucks often because it’s one of the easiest ways to earn FREE stuff like Amazon gift cards and Paypal cash just by using the Swagbucks search engine to search the internet.

    There are SO many ways to earn Swagbucks:

    • Install the Swagbucks toolbar to your internet browser; you get Swagbucks daily for using it and get bonus Swagbucks when you search. I earn the most this way.
    • Take the Swagbucks daily poll. You get 1 Swagbuck each day for that simple click.
    • Refer others to sign up with your Swagbucks referral. You can invite friends and family directly or add your link to the signature you use on forums and email. Everyone likes to earn FREE money.
    • Every Friday is Mega Swagbucks Day, where the Swagbucks awarded for regular internet searching are much higher than usual. I save my research tasks (for blog posts) for that day.
    • Subscribe to the Swagbucks Blog, where they offer extra codes.
    • Join Swagbucks on Facebook and on Twitter, where they have contests for Swagbucks and offer bonus codes a few times a week.
    • Use their portal for online shopping and earn Swagbucks for your online purchases. You can even earn bonus Swagbucks for purchases on Groupon and other daily deal sites.

    I prefer to redeem my Swagbucks for FREE Amazon gift cards. It only takes 450 Swagbucks to get a $5 credit at Amazon, and it’s the best ratio of Swagbucks-to-money that I’ve found. You can use your Amazon GCs to buy everything from holiday gifts to specialty groceries to carseats!

     What have you earned with your Swagbucks?

    Disclosure: I earn Swagbucks along with you when you sign up under my referral link.