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Chances are you have either given or been given a regift. In fact, whether you are a fan or foe, regifting has become a phenomenon.

Since the folks at Money Management International are givers, we wanted to share some of our thoughts about holiday gifting.In addition to gifting, we’ll cover a variety of ways consumers can keep their budgets (and sanity!) in tact. We also invite you to share your thoughts, opinions, and ideas about holiday spending.

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Frugal & festive way to feed family & friends
Posted by Kim McGrigg on 11/17/2008
The holiday season usually involves entertaining; unfortunately, hosting a dinner party can be costly. That is why I wanted to share a recipe for an impressive, but inexpensive dessert. This yummy treat feeds a whole crowd for under $9.

Death by Chocolate

1 box chocolate cake mix (with pudding) $.97
1 large (6oz) box chocolate pudding (not instant) $1.02
6 Heath Bars $4.14
1 bag of caramels $1.89
1 12oz container whipped cream $.92

Total cost:
$8.94 (Coupon users could probably do even better!)
Bake cake in 9x13 pan; cool.  Punch holes in cake with fork and poor caramel over cake; set aside.  Cook chocolate pudding and cool.  Break up cake and place half in bottom of large glass bowl.  Layer with pudding and whipped cream and Heath bars. Repeat.
Do you have a frugal way to feed your family and friends? Please let us know!
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