Starting the New Year off right is a goal everyone strives for and what better way than with Full Circle! Full Circle is a company who strives for all-around goodness for you and the world you live in. During the month of January, spend $30 in Full Circle products in one transaction with your rewards account and get a $5 bounce back offer in February. $5 off any Full Circle product will be loaded to your account on February 1st and will be active for a one time use until February 28th. Hurry in to snag this offer!
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It is two days before Christmas. The last gifts are being bought and the carolers are making their rounds. Everything is prepped and almost ready but there is still something missing from the stocking.
Does the above situation sound like you? If so, we are here to save the day! Come in today to grab these last minute stocking stuffers to make Christmas morning a success!
Candy-Whether it is an adult or a child, everyone loves candy. It is easy to come in and grab. You can choose king-size or bite-size and fill those stockings up.
Toothbrush-Many adults forget to replace their toothbrush and kids don’t even think about it. Christmas is the perfect time to give a new toothbrush for them to start the year of with
Bubble Gum-Even as an adult, there is something so fun about bubble gum especially when you get to have a bubble blowing contest Christmas morning. Bubble gum will spread Christmas cheer all Christmas morning.
Utah Truffles-A local favorite, and a Christmas morning tradition. These melt in your mouth and will be a hit Christmas morning.
Batteries-Don’t forget the batteries! Lots of toys require batteries so add these to the stockings to make sure they can play.
What to get co-workers? That is the question every Christmas. Something needs to be given but whether to make it big or small, lots or a little and other questions always come to mind. We are here to tell you though that we have compiled the perfect list of co-worker gifts that are sure to be a hit!
Bakery Treats-Who doesn’t love treats, especially from the bakery? Your co-workers will be singing your praises when you bring a bakery treat for them.
Stephen’s Hot Cocoa-A local favorite, Stephen’s Hot Cocoa is sure to warm anyone up this holiday season. Your co-workers can enjoy it at work or take it home. Either way, this gift keeps on giving.
Gift Cards-Gift cards are perfect for that co-worker that you don’t know super well but still need to get something for. They show you care but leave it open for them to choose.
Candy-Who doesn’t love candy? Grab a couple of the popular candies, tie a bow around them and voila, the perfect gift!
Utah Truffles-A local hit, these are enjoyed by everyone. Co-workers will be asking where to get more when you bring these in.
Choose from the list above and come in and grab them today!
Stockings are such fun surprises Christmas morning but sometimes it is hard to decide what to put in them . Do you put candy, healthy snacks or toys? It is always such a dilemma. Don’t worry though, just come on in and we have everything you need!
Clementines or Oranges-The Christmas Orange story is such a classic which is one of the many reasons that clementines or oranges are a perfect stocking stuffer.
Sweets Orange Sticks-Delicious and local. With the melt-in-your-mouth chocolate and the yummy jelly center, these will be a big pleaser!
Stephen’s Hot Cocoa-A local favorite, Stephen’s Hot Cocoa is sure to warm anyone up this holiday season. With multiple flavors to choose from, there is now way you can go wrong!
Gift Cards-Gift cards are perfect. They fit right in the stocking but pack so much. A gift card allows so many choices and so much selection.
Candy Bars-Who doesn’t love a candy bar on Christmas? We have multiple flavors and sizes to choose from for the perfect topper on the stocking.
Batteries-Crucial but forgotten. So many times, a new toy is given that requires batteries. To avoid that panic on Christmas morning, come in and pick up some batteries to throw in the stockings so when they want to play with their new toy, you are the hero.
Hurry in today to get these and other amazing stocking stuffers!
We have some exciting changes coming to Peterson’s! Starting December 12, we are switching to monthly! To start the switch, you will earn points from December 12-January 31, then you will earn monthly after that. You will have the first 15 days of the month to spend your wallet credit earned the month prior. Starting at 300 points for a $3 wallet credit up to 2,000 points for a $20 wallet credit, the possibilities are endless! Hurry in today to start earning!
There is nothing better during the holiday season than supporting local businesses. We carry lots of local products to allow you that opportunity. Below is a list of local items you can come in and get today!
- Stephen’s Hot Cocoa
- Utah Truffles
- Sweets Orange Sticks
And so much more! Check out our weekly ad, and then hurry in and get the gift of local today!
During the holidays there is so much going on. Everyone is running around to get presents, neighbor gifts and so much more. These delicious homemade, holiday treats will be a delightful change for you and yours.
Very Berry Muffins-These delicious muffins only take about 30 minutes to make and are so yummy!
Apple Cinnamon Cake-This dish is guaranteed to be a neighborhood favorite.
Spicy Glazed Pecans-These are easy to whip up in just a little bit of time but still have that delicious taste!
Enjoy these yummy recipes this holiday season!
Soup it Up this Season
Have you heard of adding chocolate to chili?
Is it nuts to add almonds to tomato soup?
What about coconut milk in your chicken noodle?
At our store, we’re souping it up this winter with tips, tricks and weekly deals to help you build a better bowl. Plus, we have all the sides to make your meal amazing.
Here are some of our favorites:
Chocolate is added to chili for the same reason it is added to Mole’ sauce: it lends body, color, and flavor. A typical recipe calls for two squares of bittersweet chocolate or one to two tablespoons of cocoa powder. Either will give your chili a wonderful flavor boost. Chocolate can be added to almost any recipe including this one from Full Circle Market. http://fullcirclefoods.com/fc_recipes/turkey-chili/
Coconut Curry Chicken Noodle
Chicken noodle soup is a winter-time favorite that warms the heart and soul. Put a spin on the classic with coconut milk and curry. One to one and a half cans of coconut milk and two tablespoons of curry make for an absolutely delicious change up.
Sweet Potato Soup with Blackberry Sauce
Sweet potatoes are seeing a rise in popularity due to their health benefits and flavor. Blackberry sauce is the perfect complement to the silky, smooth taste of sweet potatoes. Simply stir in a spoonful to two to taste and your bowl will be ready to go.
Tomato Soup with Almonds
Almonds are the most popular nuts in the United States. A favorite of health nuts and fitness fanatics, almonds have become famous for their versatility and health benefits. The unique nutrient combination of almonds — plant-based protein, fiber and monounsaturated fats, plus key nutrients like vitamin E and magnesium — help make them a welcome addition to most diets. Adding a handful of sliced almonds to your favorite tomato soup will add texture, nutrients and flavor.
Green Pea Soup with Greek Yogurt
Greek yogurt is known for its calcium, potassium, protein, zinc, and vitaminsB6 and B12. Adding a half cup of plain, low-fat Greek yogurt to green pea soup provides creaminess without the calories of heavy cream.
Many leftovers make great additions to either homemade or store-bought soups. Rice, leftover vegetables, last-night’s pasta or leftover chicken, beef or pork can all add nutrients and flavor to your cold-weather classics.
Ramen noodles, yes, the college-student’s standby, has seen a satisfying resurgence of late. While there are dozens of ways to put a twist on ramen, one of our favorites is to add a sesame peanut sauce. As the noodles cook, put sesame oil, peanut butter, honey, soy sauce, rice vinegar, minced garlic, and grated ginger in a bowl. Relieve some stress by giving the mixture a good whisking until it becomes a smooth, consistent sauce. Mix it in the soup and you’ll cure your craving for takeout in a jiffy.
Ice Cream Soup
Okay, this might be a stretch, but hear us out. You know those last few spoonfuls of ice cream, the ones that typically signal the end of your splurge? Rather than go for another bowl, simply add freshly chopped frozen fruit for a frozen treat that can’t be beat. One of our favorites is raspberry lemonade sherbet from Red Button Vintage Creamery. It’s tart flavor partners with fruit add ins for a “soup” that truly satisfies. Here are some other flavors to consider http://www.redbuttoncreamery.com/ice-cream-flavor-list/
As the weather cools down, soup gets even more delicious! Whether it is tomato, chicken noddle, chili or any of the other delicious soups, they are sure to warm you right up! Soup doesn’t need to be a luxury experience though. Check out this recipe to enjoy delicious soup on a budget.
- 1 can tomato paste
- 3 cups of milk
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon sugar
- A handful of croutons
- A pinch of oregano
- Put the tomato paste into a saucepan.
- Add the milk
- Add salt and sugar
- Cook on medium while stirring
- Once the sugar is dissolved, spoon into serving dishes.
- Add a couple croutons and a pinch of oregano to each dish