I hear the same comments all the time when I tell people I coupon: “But I don’t eat all that processed junk. I wish there were coupons for healthy food and coupons for organic food.”
Ummmm, there are coupons for healthy food – I use them every week at the grocery store. I realize the term “healthy” is subjective, but still. You aren’t limited to a diet of Fruit Loops and Campbell’s soup if you coupon, despite what you might see on reality shows about couponing.
With that in mind, I’ve decided to start posting new coupons for healthy foods every Monday. When applicable, I’ll also share information about rebates that you can combine with coupons.
You can afford to eat well on a budget, and I’ll help you do it.
Here are this week’s coupons for healthy food and/or coupons for organic food:
Van’s Simply Delicious Products
I use Van’s gluten-free waffles to make this recipe for breakfast nachos. You can save $1 on a shelf-stable product by printing the coupon below or sign up for the Van’s Foods Club for a $1.25 coupon (which works for the gluten-free waffles!).
Did you know you can use coupons to save money on fresh produce? Save $0.50 on a qualifying Driscoll’s purchase when you join the company’s Rewards Club.
Here’s a nice deal on avocados from Mexico: Buy one, get one free.
Looking for a different avocado deal? Checkout 51, which is a popular rebate app (free to join and use), currently has a $1.50 rebate that involves avocados:
Save $0.50 on Annie’s organic yogurt when you print the coupon below.
Ripple Dairy-Free Milk
Thousands of you have visited my recent post about buying Ripple chocolate milk for as low as $0.21. Well, the deal is even better this week. You can get a small bottle for free at Target if you combine a coupon and Ibotta rebate. There are several different rebates available on Ibotta for Ripple milk at the moment, and you can claim a rebate for 2 different sizes of Ripple.
Stonyfield Organic Yogurt
Save $2.00 when you buy two packs of Stonyfield organic yogurt products. This yogurt goes on sale at Target all the time, and you can also find it at most grocery stores.
Save $1 when you buy 3 single-serve cartons of Horizon milk. These are great for lunchboxes!
Bear Naked Granola Bites
Save $0.75 on Bear Naked granola bites with the coupon below. These granola bites are gluten free and Non GMO Project Verified.
Canyon Bakehouse Gluten-Free Products
Save $1.00 on any Canyon Bakehouse gluten-free product by requesting a coupon here. This company hosts contests regularly, and I won a bunch of gluten-free goodies from them a year or so ago.
Save 5% on All Purchases With the Target Debit Card
I don’t have any credit cards
because nobody is crazy enough to give me one, but I do have a Target debit card. It’s free to get one, and you save 5% on every purchase (not just groceries – you can use it for anything in the store). You don’t need a new bank account or anything – just connect your debit card to your regular account.
The Target debit card obviously isn’t a coupon, but I wanted to include it anyway because you can use it to save money on groceries. You can combine your Target debit card with coupons, rebate apps, and Cartwheel for huge savings.
I mentioned rebate apps throughout this article. If you’re not familiar with how grocery rebate apps work, check out this article. It answers frequently asked questions about saving money with rebate apps, such as what foods qualify and whether you can use them with EBT cards.
Disclaimer: I’m a Target affiliate. That’s a fancy way of saying I earn money to support my blog’s hosting fees if you purchase a Target product listed on my site. I’m also an affiliate for some of the other companies listed throughout my blog, including, but not limited to, Ibotta and Checkout 51. All opinions are my own – I never trade my integrity for cash.
What’s your favorite way to save money on healthy food?