Post sponsored by Litehouse Foods.  All opinions remain my own.

If you have yet to try Green Garden Herbs then I hope you have a trip to Kroger planned because these are simply amazing. Green Garden Herbs use a unique freeze-drying process, so these herbs are like a trip to your garden! It's no surprise that the members of Team Kroger Krazy LOVE to cook and bake.  It's also no surprise that we LOVE herbs. I cook almost every meal for my family each day and I'm not getting tired of it.  So many of my recipes call for a few different herbs which I am more than ok with.  I have been spoiled by my mom's homemade pasta sauce. SPOILED. I now can use nothing but homemade and since the tomatoes have just been picked from the garden, this will be happening this weekend.  Last time I made the sauce I used the Green Garden basil, garlic, oregano and parsley and it came out amazing. Now is the time to grab a few more to make and can an even BIGGER batch.

Green Garden Freeze Dried Herbs are on sale at Kroger and that's awesome BUT we also have a  LIMIT 1 Ibotta Rebate that will give you back $4.00 back on two bottles that you pick up while shopping. Since I have such great news, I hope you'll choose to add a few to your next shopping trip.

Some of the great features that make these freeze dried herbs amazing:

  • These freeze-dried herbs are like a trip to your garden with delicious flavor, bright color and strong aroma.
  • Certified USDA Organic by QAI or NON-GMO Project Verified.
  • 1 tsp freeze-dried = 1 tsp fresh.
  • The freeze-dried herbs are bottled in a glass jar to maintain the purity of the herb.

Green Garden delivers a product that is closer to its fresh counterpart than dried alternatives.  This is what won me over and the taste did second. I honestly LOVE these herbs.

The jars and packaging are so pretty.  Just looking at them makes me love the company even more and it screams fresh.  I am getting ready to go through a kitchen remodel and I'm adding a pull-out pantry cabinet. These Green Garden spices will look amazing in this cabinet and then when the jars are empty, I'll take to the basement to craft with them.  I am winning over here, friends!

 

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April

September 30, 202010:42 pm

Does this mean that you would end up paying full price for the 5th jar? Or can the rebate be used 5 times, which means you can get 10 jars at $4 off 2? Also, I didn't see a limit on my ibotta here in Arizona, just that you had to buy 2 in order to get the $4 off.

Kendra Team Kroger Krazy

October 1, 202010:34 am

The limit is now only one like in your rebate. You're able to buy (2) in store and submit for $4.00 off.