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Tinned Baby Poo
The best presents either taste delicious or make you laugh. We have created a gift that does both - Tinned Baby Poo! You can make it yourself for less than $2 per tin.
The $21 Challenge
Save $300 in one week in our bill slashing, food stretching challenge.
20,000+ Money Saving Tips
Learn how to save money on just about everything by reading the 20,000+ tips in our Savings Vault.
Have you ever felt like gathering up all the trolls online, pounding them into pieces and grinding up their bones into a delicious chocolate sauce? Yes? No? We have.... which was the inspiration for this funny and much loved DIY gift.
Do Thermomix's save money?
When people say, "Buy a Thermomix. It will save you money". I think, 'Really? Sounds like bull to me'.
A Dash of Soy and a Splash of Lemon
This free frugal recipe book will show you how to make a little bit of nothing taste quite good.
How to make an IBC Wicking Bed
Growing your own food is a great way to save money and the easiest way to do it is by building yourself a couple of IBC wicking beds.
Stop, HEGLEB and Save
Making money is hard. Saving money is easy. It is super easy as long as
you "Stop. HEGLEB. Save" BEFORE parting with your cash.
Dark, Decadent, Gluten and Dairy Free Chocolate Cake
If you want a cake to impress, this is it. This cake tastes so good no one will suspect it is gluten free and dairy free.
Lazy 'Everything at Once' Soap
This soap does it all. It kills germs, treats dandruff, tinea, thrush and BO while cleansing and moisturising your skin. I call it my Lazy 'Everything at Once' Soap Recipe.
Save $80 in a hour making your own soap
Enjoy high quality soap for a fraction of the price by learning how to cook it in your slow cooker.