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Wal-Mart Christmas Dinner for 8 *Giveaway*

With the Holidays quickly here and the economy making money tight for all, Wal-Mart has shown shoppers how to plan their Christmas meal for eight for as little as $30.

Chef Aaron Sanchez, co-host of Food Network’s, Chefs vs. City, has teamed up with Wal-Mart to create easy and affordable recipes for entertaining your guests this season. With options to create a Christmas meal for 8 at the price as little as $20 and a New Year’s meal for 10 for under $40, who could say no?

Walmart’s $30 Christmas feast for eight starts with family-favorite ingredients, including*:

  • One 10-pound spiral cut half-ham
  • Three 8-ounce cans Del Monte Green Beans
  • One 10-pound bag of Russet potatoes
  • One 12-count package of Sara Lee dinner rolls
  • One 10 inch Pumpkin Pie

I’ve been trying to learn new recipes and I have to say, with ideas like Chipotle Mashed Potatoes and Creamed Corn Gratin, I would love to share these with my family.

Saving money with the Holidays is always a big deal. From Christmas toy shopping to entertaining guests, things can be expensive so shopping at Wal-Mart for your meal is just one way to help save money.


Two For The Love of Baby! readers will win a $30 Wal Mart Gift Card!

Enter to Win (Mandatory Entry)

-Check out the Walmart.com Holiday Meals. Come back and leave me a comment with a recipe you’d love to try.

Additional Entries (Above Must Be Completed First)

  • Leave me a comment how you save money during the holiday season.
  • Twitter this giveaway and make sure you @MommyJenna-Once daily for unlimited entries.
  • Comment on any NON-giveaway post and leave a comment here telling me where you commented.

Giveaway will end January 2, 2009 at 11:59 PM CST. Winners will have 48 hours from the time e-mailed to claim prize.

β€œI wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Walmart. In addition, I received a Walmart gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate and two to offer as a giveaway.”


  1. I save money during the holidays by shopping at Walmart and Amazon.com. I think those 2 places seem to have the lowest prices.

  2. Dulce de leche for pumpkin pie! Oh goodness. My husband loves pumpkin pie so much. Must try!


  3. We try to match up coupons with specials at the stores.
    We also try to stick to our list of items we are going to buy and not impulse buy, except hubby blew that yesterday, but it wasn’t too over the top an item.

  4. I commented on the Latch Mommy Must Read article. Buckle and latch the little ones up properly, they are too precious to not spend the extra time on.

  5. I save money by stocking up on items that I always use when they are on sale, that way I will already have them when I need them & won’t pay some ridiculously high price

  6. I’d love to try the Coquito (Puerto Rican style egg nog). I’ve never tried any kind of egg nog. I’ve heard you either love it or hate it. This recipe sounds like a good one to give a shot.

  7. I have to sit down and take a serious look at what I want and really need, so I start by watching for Sales,clipping coupons, I stock up each month with bulk items, I alternate each month with different products so my budgets stays the same

  8. There are two that I would love to try the first one is Smokies-Filled Mushrooms and the second is Green Bean and Mushroom Picadillo. Both sound yummy.

  9. I save money during the holidays by watching the sale papers and using coupons and more coupons.

  10. I save money during the holidays by couponing during sales, stocking up, and freezing things for the dinner ahead of time. I save money on gifts by making a lot of them by hand.

  11. How I save money? I am reading coupon mom and trying to use some of her hints! Like always have stuff in stock and only buy on sale to restock.

  12. main entry: The Pear Salad with Glazed Pecans sounds really good & healthy for you too. thanks for the chance to use this to help make our meals strecth in these harder economical times and walmart is the place to get the best buys to do that.
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

  13. I try to save money during the holiday season by using coupons & looking in the flyers for buy one get one free.
    sewitupjulie at gmail dot com

  14. Honey-Orange Glazed Ham,i just want to taste the page,
    Wal-Mart Christmas Dinner for 8 *Giveaway sherrya1210 at yahoo dot com

  15. We save money during the holiday season by scouring weekly ads, using additional money off coupons, and shopping online through rebate portals πŸ™‚ *Thanks* for the giveaway!

  16. I save money buy watchng the sale ads and clipping coupons and also making homemade scarves for gifts

  17. This year I tried to combing sale prices with coupons and I was amazed at how much I saved. I also simplified the menu – instead of 10 side dishes we only had a few. It was great!

  18. I never buy wrapping paper. Every package that comes in the mail is filled with perfectly good brown paper. I save it and wrap presents with it. Then let the kids decorate it. It’s much more personalized and you can’t get better than free!

  19. I would love to try the Chipotle Mashed Potatoes. I’m always looking for ways to improve my mashed potatoes.

    Thanks for the great giveaway.

  20. ?Comment on any NON-giveaway post and leave a comment here telling me where you commented.

    I left comment number 5 Victoria Lester under Happy New Years From For The Love of Baby!

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