Thursday, March 22, 2012

How God has Blessed Me...With Free K-Cups

Luke surprised me with a Keurig sometime in January after I broke my coffee pot.  I was ecstatic when I saw it sitting on our kitchen counter with the little blue bow on top:

My only concern was the price of K-Cups.  They are not cheap!  The day after I received the Keurig, I bought my first and only box of K-Cups:

Yum.  This is one of my favorite flavors.  I have savored these.

Then a few weeks after that, my sweet cousin Rachel gave me a bag full of K-Cups because she was wanted to get rid of all of the ones she had that contained sugar.  (Leave it to me to take the unhealthy stuff. ha!) 

The whole bag was full!  These are the select few that are left, and they probably won't be around for long.  Thanks, Rachel!

Then I got a Valentines Day gift from my mom...
Yum!  Those helped me get through some of the cold nights we had.

But then...this Monday...I hit the mother-load.

I was shopping with my mom and sister, and had been saving a Bed Bath and Beyond gift card that I had gotten for my birthday from Maria and Luke, my sister-in-law and her husband (not to be confused with my husband, also Luke), for something special.  And this fit the bill:

48 K-cups!  That should last me awhile!   And I have found that I really love the Donut House rich flavors:

Chocolate Glazed Donut?  How could you possibly go wrong there?!  Yum.

So there you have it.  A huge supply of K-Cups, and most of them were free.  It may seem like a small thing, But God...and my amazing family-members...have really blessed me here!  It's the little things...


  1. That's awesome! K cups can get expensive. I scored some out of season ones on the clearance rack at Walmart, so check there sometime too! Buying them in bulk on amazon is also a little cheaper than in store (unless you're shopping with a coupon at bb&b or kohl's)

  2. I ordered these and so far they've worked great!

    The first round of cleaning the k-cups and refilling went great. This second round of cleaning the same cups is going ok--I ripped the edge of one of the filters so I guess I just need to be more careful tearing off the seal. =) Even if a k-cup only lasts a few re-usings, it still saves money!

  3. I'll have to check those out! The chocolate glaze donut coffee sounds amazing. Yummy!! :D

  4. whaaat! free k-cups! If you register your keurig on the site you get 2 free boxes when you purchase two!

  5. I want a keurig so bad, and I agree with you - it's the little things :)


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