1. Snyder’s Value Pack Mini Pretzels – 0.5oz/8 ct. bag
2. Italpasta Oven-Ready Lasagne – 13.2oz
3. Back to Nature Organic Shortbread Cookies – 4.5oz
4. Decorative “Country Cottage” Jars
5. Organic Apricot Applesauce – 24oz
6. Immaculate Buttermilk Biscuits – 16oz
7. Persian Limes – 2lbs
8. Kiwi – 1.5lbs
10. Udi’s Gluten Free Harvest Crunch Muffins – 12oz
11. Sweet Mini Peppers – 1lb
Always so happy to see the Snyder’s Value Pack in stock. They are perfect to grab and throw into lunches/diaper bag/purse/etc! Bring along a little pot of peanut butter or hummus for some protein to dip those little pretzels in. The Back to Nature brand shortbread cookies looked so yummy. There weren’t too many and they were hiding on top of another display case. I suppose though that’s one of my favorite aspects of the 99 cents stores – the hunt! You never know where that awesome deal is lurking.
The apricot applesauce sounds like a delicious combination and it’s organic to boot! I don’t often see the large jars of applesauce, mainly just the 4 packs of the cups. (Which is another great snack to just throw in a bag.) Delighted to see some gorgeous eggplant back in stores. Martha Stewart’s Baked Eggplant Parmesan is a favorite of mine and two of these large eggplants are just what the recipe calls for. And finally, the cutest faux-Mason Jars.
Someone had abandoned a lime colored jar in an aisle which sent me on a search for more. My store had them in lime green, teal (pictured), lavender, and rosy pink. I grabbed 5 thinking I can definitely use them for Christmas presents. While I wouldn’t be comfortable putting food items in them (they don’t state if they are food safe or not), I’ve seen adorable mason jar sewing kits on pinterest and figured there have got to be a million more ideas for mason jar gifts. What would you do for a Mason Jar Christmas gift?