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Couponing Terms with Printable List

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As I have been researching and participating in groups on couponing, I found myself lost because I couldn’t understand the terms these couponers were using. OOP was the most common. Then there is stacking and catalina and frees. What in the heck are these people saying? I didn’t quite realize that couponing came with its own language which the 4 years of Spanish in High School will not help me here!

I decided to start a list and make it printable for all of my fellow newbie couponers to understand what other people are saying. I printed this list out so when I am reading an article or scanning through Facebook groups, I can look up the term without needing to google it. I hope this list will help you! If there is a term that I am missing please feel free to leave it in the comment so I can edit the printable list. Click here for the PDF free printable:  Couponing Terms to Know

For this week’s big savings: I was really proud of myself to watch what the extreme couponers in my area were doing and following suit, on a smaller scale. Our local grocery store had Arm & Hammer laundry detergent 3 for $1.77 each, a digital $3 off 3 coupon and a manufacture $3 off 3 coupon which made these FREE! Plus Schick razors were on sale for $5.99 with a $1 off digital coupon and $4 off manufacture coupon which made them $.99! Plus, Huggies diapers on sale for $6.99 with $2 digital coupon and $2 manufacture coupon which made them $2.99! There are a ton of other deals that I scored and wish I would have taken a picture but I will from now on. In total I spent $20.06 and saved over $75 between sale items, digital and manufacture coupons! Oh and I can shave my legs again now that I can see them after I had the baby so double score for me!!

Keep an eye out for next week’s DIY Coupon Binder to get us started with organizing all of these coupons!

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Hungarian Walnut Kiffle Cookie Recipe with Printable #feedmefriday

Hungarian Kiffle cookies

I grew up eating these delicious cookies that my Austrian grandfather would bring home from a German bakery near his shop. It was always a special treat to eat these cookies around the holidays. Since that bakery closed down many years ago, I have never found another bakery that made them until today. Today, I was just browsing the bakery section at ShopRite and found them. Problem was…. they wanted $10 a pound for them which amounted to about 5 cookies. That is not acceptable for our budget at all. So I did some research and created my own Kiffle recipe to share with all of you.

I grew up eating the walnut filled cookies but you can use other fillings such as jams and jellies.

Hungarian Kiffle Cookies

  • Difficulty: intermediate
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A light, fluffy cookie with delicious filling inside.


Credit: mogulmomartisan.com

Ingredients

    Filling
  • 4 cups chopped walnuts
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • Cookies
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 16 tablespoons (2 sticks) of unsalted butter, room temperature
  • 4 1/2 cups of flour
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 4 tsp baking powder
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 8 ounces sour cream
  • powdered sugar (optional)

Directions

  1. Starting with the filling: combine sugar, milk and walnuts together in a saucepan and heat over medium-low heat until the sugar is melted. Set aside until cookies are ready to be filled.
  2. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
  3. Mix the sugar and butter together until creamed. Set aside.
  4. In a separate bowl, mix the dry ingredients together.
  5. Add dry ingredients to the first bowl, a little at a time, mixing until combined. The mixture will be dry.
  6. In a new bowl, whisk the eggs, vanilla and sour cream together.
  7. In the other bowl, create a well in the middle of the dry ingredients and add a little of the egg mix. Mix together with a spoon or spatula. Continue to do this a little at a time until the dough becomes mixed. The dough will be sticky.
  8. On a large surface, dust with flour and have flour ready to dust on the dough and rolling-pin. I roll out little sections at a time. Place a damp towel over the bowl of the dough you are not working with. Roll out dough to a square piece. With a pizza or pastry roller, cut the dough into 3″ squares.
  9. Using a flour-dipped spatula, take the squares and turn them on an angle. Spread the walnut mixture in the middle. Dab a little water on the 2 opposite corners and pinch the corners together. Repeat with each square until done.
  10. Bake 25-30 minutes or until the bottoms are golden brown.
  11. Sprinkle with powered sugar and enjoy!