Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Ridley's and BiLo's (Associated Food) Deals11/30 - 12/06

The Holiday baking season is upon us, so it's a good thing that the baking supplies sales are also upon us! Now is the time to watch your local grocery store ads, and take advantage of the low prices on baking staples. If you have the storage space available it is worth stocking up on a few basics to sustain you until baking supplies go on sale again (usually around Easter time). Watch for:
  • Flour
  • Granulated, Brown, and Powdered sugar
  • Cooking oil and shortening
  • Spices and Extracts
  • Butter and Margarine (both can be frozen safely for six months)
  • Eggs ( although perishable, eggs will stay fresh in your fridge for at least a month)
  • Baking chips (can be frozen for 12 months if double wrapped)
  • Marshmallows and Marshmallow Creme
  • Canned Pumpkin and Canned Pie Fillings
  • Frozen and Refrigerated Pie Crusts (can remain frozen for 3 months)
Anyway, there are some define take advantage of sales prices this week at Ridley's. Be sure to check your local Associated Foods store for similar deals! This week's great buys are:
  • W.F. Brown or Powdered Sugar $.97 each (this is an excellent price)
  • W.F. (10 pound) bag All Purpose Flour $1.95 each 
  • Pillsbury Cake and Brownie mixes (assorted varieties) $.75 each
  • Guittard (11.5 - 12 oz) Baking Chips $1.59 each
  • W.F. Marshmallows (mini or regular) $.97 each
  • W.F. margarine $.45 each
  • W.F. (6 oz) yogurt cups $.39 each
  • W.F. (12 oz) cans Evaporated Milk $.63 (Also a good price. Evaporated milk can be used in place of half and half or heavy cream in many recipes.)
  • Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast $1.37 pound (in the Super Saver Pack) (This is a fabulous stock up price!)
  • 81% Lean Ground Beef $1.59 pound (in the Super Saver Pack)
  • Kraft (4 pack) Macaroni and Cheese $2.35 each
  • W.F. (29 oz) can of Pumpkin $1.45 each
  • Fuji of Granny Smith Apples $.67 pound
  • Roma Tomatoes $.67 pound
  • Small Texas Grapefruit 4 for $1.00
Don't forget, Harper's Home Made bread is still  $1.25 a loaf!

Nel's BiLo is a great place to stock up on Citrus fruit for the Holiday. You can buy them by the pound or case. They always have excellent produce. They are also a great resource for your Holiday catering, as well. They roast a to die for Ham or Prime Rib. There prices are very reasonable!


  1. I thought I did good on Chocolate chips tonight at Winco..you have a better deal. I am so missing that Harper's Bread. It is still my favorite!!

  2. Thanks for posting the sales, Tina. My sister, Becky, in Boise called to tell me which deals she wants me to go pick up for her! :)



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