Spice Freebies

Bookmark this page and check in for timely spice coupons and special offers. Let’s see what’s on the shelf right now:

 

Hand Illustrated Ginger Muffin Greeting Card

Card and image from Cook Republic

The lovely blog Cook Republic put together a sweet little free, downloadable printable holiday greeting card of a gingerbread muffin recipe that you can turn into a wonderful gift. Simply print up the card on nice quality paper and doll it up. Take it one step further by layering the dry ingredients in a mason jar and attaching the card.

Mrs. Dash

“Like” Mrs. Dash on Facebook and get a free sample of the savory sodium-free seasoning delivered to you. Choose between Original, Extra Spicy, Garlic & Herb or Table Blend. Follow this link.

 

 

Love Beets

These little bite-sized babies are marinated in a spicy, sweetfire concoction. They are a healthy addiction. Friend Love Beets on Facebook and get a $1.00 coupon for one of their products. My favorite is their little lunch pack with a handful of baby sweetfire beets, crackers and cheddar cubes.

 

 

 My Spice Sage

Get a FREE 1 oz. spice sample with every purchase at My Spice Sage–one of the web’s best online spice merchants.  Right now they are offering 10% off ALL orders (code: FALL10) or 15% off orders $50 or more (code: FALL15).

 

Vosges Chocolates

For the ultimate chocolate and spice combinations go to Vosges Chocolates. Right now type 2212TICKET in the Promo Code box at the checkout to get 15% off your online order. Expires 12/31/12. 

Amazon.com

Can’t leave out Amazon. Why? Because window shopping isn’t just for brick and mortar. Amazon has some great buys and a neat selection of herbs, spices, and seasonings. Check it out for gifts and pantry stocking for yourself. Click the arrows to see what’s currently available. Frontier Organic spices, The Spice Lab, and an assortment of vanilla beans are common finds here.

 

How to Conquer Grocery Prices with Spices. 

If you’re here reading this, chances are you will appreciate the spice price advice this post offers.