Have you heard of Frosch cleaning products? I had not until I received the opportunity to try them for review. I like using more and more natural products in my home so I was eager to try Frosch cleaning products.
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The Frosch brand was launched in 1986 by Werner & Mertz, with the intention of offering environmentally friendly cleaning products that were able to compete with traditional cleaning brands without compromise. Environmental considerations permeate every aspect of Frosch, from ingredients to packaging. Frosch’s state-of- the-art research facility is constantly working to improve upon its formulations, and production takes place under the strict EMAS scheme of the European Union. Voted Germany’s Most Trusted Brand by Reader’s Digest for 15 years running, Frosch has a loyal following in many export countries around the world, but has not been available in the U.S.A. until now.
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After trying the cleaning products pictured, my verdict is that they all work well and smell pleasant. I hate using cleaning products that smell like I should be wearing a gas mask when using them because of the harmful chemical fumes. You can feel safe using Frosch products around your family (no harmful fumes). In fact your kids can even help clean with these products.
• Frosch Pomegranate Dishwashing Liquid contains pomegranate extracts that soothe and moisturize skin and provide an effective clean with its optimal grease and dirt dissolving power.
After trying these products, I have to share my favorites. I love the baking soda all purpose cleaner because it smells so clean. Confession, I love baking soda products pretty much always because I love the clean smell and feeling they leave behind. So if you want a really fresh and clean smelling house use the baking soda all purpose cleaner.
My other favorite new Frosch product is the dishwashing liquid. I tried both the pomegranate and aloe vera dishwashing liquids and liked them both, but love the aloe vera scent. My skin is very sensitive to soaps and frequent washing can lead to dry cracked skin, especially in the winter. When I taught Family and Consumer Science and was in the food lab all day, my hands looked terrible from frequent washing. I wish I would have had this dish soap then, I would have used it for hand washing soap. The aloe vera dishwashing liquid is so gentle on my hands.
I always use natural dishwashing soap because I figure since we are eating off of the dishes, I want the soap used to be as natural and free of unnecessary chemicals as possible. One thing I have noticed about natural dishwashing liquids though is that they usually don't form as many suds as conventional soaps. Frosch dishwashing liquid is no exception, you won't see as many suds as with conventional dish soaps, but your dishes will be clean and you can feel good knowing that you are not introducing unnecessary chemicals into your home.
• Frosch Diswashing Liquid is a vegan moisturizing hand dishwashing liquid that works efficiently and is gentle on your skin.
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Feeling a little ghoulishly festive this Halloween? These mummy dogs are super easy and everyone will love them. They are really just dogs in a sweater with a festive name. Plus the kids can join in the fun and help make them.
These mummy dogs are so easy and fun to make and they only take two ingredients!
First, roll out some crescent dough on a parchment lined baking sheet.
Then cut the dough into strips.
Press the dough in the dough strips together and kind of roll them to form ropes. You can then flatten them down more if you like. Wrap the dough ropes around each hot dog. Then take a toothpick and form mummy "eyes" on one end of each mummy dog.
Bake at 375 degrees F for about 15 minutes or until dough is cooked and golden brown.
These are always a fun treat for the kids. We have had these many times before running out the door to go trick-or-treating. If you want to make them look even more mummyish, criss-cross the dough strips. Or you can even add ketchup dots for the eyes.
8 Hot dogs
1 can crescent rolls or breadstick dough
Condiments for dipping
1. Roll out crescent dough and cut into strips (pizza wheel works great for this) or separate breadstick dough. Roll or pull and stretch breadstick dough into long ropes.
2. Wrap dough strips around hot dog trying to get a mummyish look. You can use a toothpick to shape the eyes.
3. Place about an inch apart on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper or coated with non-stick cooking spray. Bake at 375 degrees F for about 15 minutes or until golden brown.
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To save the most money on your groceries, come up with a basic meal plan or have several meals you can always rely on, check your store's add for the best deals and upload your digital coupons for the products you will use/need.
Here are my favorite deals from my Kroger shopping trip this week.
Some background into these posts...
I am a regular Kroger and Aldi shopper. I usually go to both stores weekly with some stops in my local Walmart as needed. I drive 25 minutes to get to Kroger and Aldi so I plan my shopping trips to stock up on the things we need and save our family money. Kroger prices do vary by region so make sure to check your local ad before heading to the store. I live in southern IL so the prices I post are accurate for my area. (This is not a sponsored post, I am just sharing because I am happy with my experience of shopping at Kroger.)
With the increasing costs of groceries, I decided to start sharing what I think are the best deals at Kroger each week. I do most of my grocery shopping at Kroger. I probably buy more groceries than most families since I am feeding four growing boys (I have a high-schooler with a bottomless stomach, lol) and you may not need the things that I purchase, but hopefully you will find something useful.
To learn more about how to use the Kroger card and digital coupons follow the link below.
How to Save Money at Kroger with the Kroger Card and Digital Coupons
There are lots and lots of things in the Save $2 each when you buy three or more sale. I bought 2 boxes of Yoplait yogurt (8 packs) for $2.99 each (the kids love these) and a jar of Miracle Whip for $3.49 as part of this sale. There was a bonus $1 off coupon on the Miracle Whip lid so I actually paid $2.49. Land O Lakes butter is also part of the Save $2 each when you buy three or more sale making them $3.49 each for a 1 lb. box. I bought 3 since butter has been really expensive lately. I try to stock up when butter is on sale and always keep some in the freezer so we never run out.
There was a big display of marked down (to $1.99) Oscar Mayer fully cooked bacon so I picked some up for busy mornings. Quaker chewy granola bars are only $1.29 this week with card and digital coupon. You can use this coupon up to 5 times.
These chunk light Tuna pouches were on sale for $1 each. My husband keeps some of these in his office for lunch/snacks so I picked up a couple. Beef ground chuck is on sale for $2.99 a lb. I already have some ground beef in the freezer, so I just bought one. When I checked my receipt, there was $2 off for a digital coupon (for $2 off roast) that I had loaded to my card so I only paid $0.99 for a pound of ground chuck! Check your digital coupons for the $2 off roast coupon. Maybe you can get $0.99 lb. ground chuck too. Plus roast is on sale for $4.99 a lb. this week.
Favorite ground beef recipes:
Ground Beef and Vegetable Soup
Asian Inspired Brothy Beef and Cabbage Bowls
Greek Skillet Supper
Fancy Sautéed Mushroom and Onion Hamburgers
Egg Roll In a Bowl (Low Carb Egg Roll Stir Fry)
Stuffed Pepper Casserole
Quick and Easy Taco Pie
There are several novelty ice cream varieties that are in the save $2 each when you buy three or more sale. I bought 1 blue bunny ice cream sandwiches for $2.49 and 2 Jonny Pops for $1.99 each. I had a $2 off 2 Jonny Pops checkout coupon from a previous Kroger shopping trip so I only paid $0.99 each for the Jonny Pops.
Perdue Chicken breast nuggets and patties are $5.99 a bag this week with the digital coupon which you can use up to 5 times.
There is a good deal on breakfast sausage patties or links this week...Buy 2, Get 1 free. My store was sold out, but if your store has this, it's worth stocking the freezer.
If you are a soda drinker or you just like to have some on hand for a special treat, there is a weekly deal digital coupon for select 6-pack bottles for $2.79 which you can use up to 5 times!
There is also a weekly deal Progresso soup digital coupon. $1.29 each which you can use up to 5 times. This is a stock-up deal if you like Progresso soup.
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Hi, I'm Faith, a former Family and Consumer Science teacher turned food blogger. I love God, my family, and food. You can usually find me in the kitchen preparing family friendly, homemade recipes and taking lots of pictures.
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