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Making Breakfast at home

October 29th, 2006 at 09:52 pm

I have the coffee maker ready to go and figured out that I can use the oatmeal setting on the microwave to make hot three grain cereal.

Tried it this morning and it worked very nicely. Have the cereal measured out in a bowl and water in a measuring cup. Amazing how something so simple has alluded me for so long.

Hopefully turning on the coffee maker and pouring the water into cereal and nuking is within my capabilities in the morning.

Saving the cost of breakfast at Tim Hortons. That costs $2.64. Even if making my breakfast costs 64cents (and I doubt it costs that much) I'm saving at least $2 a day.

3 Responses to “Making Breakfast at home”

  1. quippymcflippy Says:

    Great job! I am tuned into your blog as I have a little tally of "food expenditures" happening in mine.

  2. pjmama Says:

    I second that! Breakfast is the easiest meal to eat at home... and the coffee thing works wonders! I've been experimenting with the cost of that, and making it at home is working wonders for my budget!

  3. tinapbeana Says:

    decalf... HAAAAAAAAAHAHAHA! definitely brought a smile to my morning!

    coffee is such a high mark-up item it's easy to see the savings. even the $10/lb splurge stuff i buy makes the equivalent of 42 16oz cups per lb. so, $0.24 for a 16oz cup, or $1.50-$2.00? hmmmm...

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