CVS ExtraCare Rewards: Purse to Plate Series – A Divine Tuna & Avocado Wrap

by Jennifer on May 23, 2012

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I am so proud of the strides I have made savings money, matching coupons up to the sales at CVS and maximizing the ExtraBucks Rewards! Not only did I save $33.64 but walked away with $7 ExtraBucks for my next trip and bought all the items for under $10!!

Karen has taught me so much and I hope I have inspired her to make some quick yet real meals. By the way, did you know Karen has written The Everything Couponing Book?

Now don’t think I am not going to make you stop at the sandwich after you worked so hard to save. Nope, I am also going to say, grab a bag of Nature’s Promise Veggie Chips ($2) to eat with a side of Organic Strawberries ($3.99) this Memorial Day weekend.

Cost Breakdown:

Tuna $2.35 ($4.69 for 4 cans)
Mayonnaise $0.30 ($1.50 on sale & coupon)
Olive Oil $0.10
Salt & Pepper $0.10
Wraps $0.75 ($1/50)
Lettuce $0.35 ($0.67 cent per head)
Avocado $1.00 ($1.50 per avocado)
Onion $0.21 ($0.83 whole onion)
Tomato $1.00 (whole tomato)

Recipe Cost: $6.16 /4 ppl = $1.54 (Grocery total = $11.89 + chip $1.50 + berries $3.99 = $17.38)

Please learn how to make this magic happen for you with the excellent instructions of Koupon Karen!

Wondering what to do with the leftover Avocado, Onion and Tomato? Make some Guacamole!!

Shana D May 24, 2012 at 8:55 am

That looks so good. And I am just loving this CVS purse to plate series Jennifer!

Jennifer May 24, 2012 at 5:09 pm

Thank You sweetie – anything else you would like to see in the series? We will head to Whole Foods one day. What supermarkets do you shop at?

Erica May 25, 2012 at 1:00 pm

I love tuna and avocado….those ingredients are a staple in my house!The wrap looks delicious!Love your site!

Debra Kapellakis May 28, 2012 at 7:55 am

Those look yummy.

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