Better Budgeting: Chocolate: When to Stock Up

Chocolate: When to Stock Up

Money Saving Tip of the Month (featured column)
submitted by Linda Ludwick 

During the year we use a lot of chocolate. I use it for cakes, cookies, chocolate covered pretzels and strawberries. Buying all that baking chocolate can be expensive, but not with my tip!

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After the holidays, stores will often put Hershey's milk chocolate kisses on sale for dirt cheap. I usually get them for a quarter a bag (or at least 50-75% off). You can get M&M's that way too, and other chocolate that is great for baking.

I buy enough to last me all year!

Then I just chop them up to make chocolate chips or use for baking, or melt them down for chocolate covered treats.

People beg me to make my cakes all year and I just go to my chocolate reserves.

You would be surprised how much money this saves!

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Editor's Note: We checked with the Hershey company and solid chocolate products will maintain their quality if well wrapped and stored in a cool, dry place. Depending on the storage conditions, they have their best flavor for up to one year! :o)

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