Even though I purchased the large cut Hormel Pepperoni, it was a valid use of the coupon. When the coupon prints, it states off “any Two (2) packages of Hormel Pepperoni packages.” I priced the same pepperoni at Walmart a couple of weeks ago, it’s in the Deli Department, above the party trays and cheeses. I just couldn’t bring myself to pay the price they wanted for these 3.5 oz packages of Hormel Pepperoni. If memory serves me correctly, they were either $3.28 or $4.28 each. With my coupons, I bought four packages for $2. I also had coupons for the Bounty and ended up paying $1.75 for the three rolls. Mine will go in the fridge and freezer until I’m ready to use it.
I no longer buy refried beans. Instead, I buy the dried pinto beans, cook them, and freeze them in small containers. Mine are also much, much healthier because there is absolutely no added fat, so they’re not truly refried. The taste is so much better than any of the stuff you can dig out of a can and way cheaper, too! I’ve shopped around and the dry pinto beans at Dollar Tree are the cheapest I’ve seen available in my area. Interested in the recipe? It’s my Pinto Beans Make Great Refried Beans recipe under Dishing It Up, on the top left corner of the website.