Printable Coupon: Save $1 off One Uncrustables

This printable coupon seems to be available again: Save $1 off Smuckers Uncrustables printable coupon. I know I have seen this at the store for around $2. But here’s a better idea: I use this Pampered Chef Cut N Seal tool that I got years ago to make my own Uncrustables at home. I have never tried Uncrustables myself so I can’t vouch for the difference in taste but I imagine there’s some since Uncrustables come from a box. I don’t remember how much I paid for this tool but I am sure it has paid for itself already since my son loves those “round sadwiches” as he calls them. That’s my thrifty idea of the idea.

Thanks Mommy Angel!

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  • Kathryn

    We LOVE the cut-n-seal at our house. I believe it is $9 or $10 but it was worth every penny!!

    • Becky

      How ironic! I just “stole” my mother’s cut n seal for this very reason. Do they freeze well? I was planning on making several for last minute lunches and days when we have to be out and about.

  • Ln

    I bought a cut n seal about a year ago for this very reason and it was 14.95. My daughter likes these better than the uncrustables but it could be because she had this kind before she ever had a store bought one. I also found, for me, that the bread doesn’t get soggy if I mix the pb&j together in a bowl and then spread on the bread. They freeze really well (you know…uncrustables do not have a special ingredient to make them freeze better than our bread and pb&j do…that’s what my mom said when I asked her the same question about them freezing well) and they thaw in about 20 to 30 minutes. If you don’t have that long to thaw them, pop them in the microwave for a few seconds. I make about 10 to 15 each week and it makes packing lunches so much easier. Hope this helps.

  • mickie

    I have one too that my 9 year old loves…but I never considered freezing. What a fantastic idea! I can’t wait to try it next week. My only tip to anyone who hasn’t used the cut’n seal before is that you need to use really fresh bread. If it has started to dry out at all it kind of falls apart. Thanks Again!!

  • Erin

    hmmm sounds like I will have to google a cut and seal and see exactly the info on it. I mean it sounds pretty self-explainatory but lol you never know these days. And since my kids loooove these but I (almost) will never buy them without a coupon. Sounds like just the gadget for our house 🙂

  • I have this tool and would love to make the pbj sandwiches to freeze myself. But… does the bread get soggy when the sandwich defrosts? Any tips?

  • Ln

    The bread never gets soggy for me…I read a tutorial complete with pictures somewhere online about making these uncrustables yourself and it mentioned that cheaper bread works better…and that has exactly been my experience. The bread we use is the publix thin sliced wheat bread. We tried their very cheap white bread with round top and it did not work out very well at all. Also, too much pb&j will make the sandwich harder to seal. I’m sure if anyone googles it you will find the same tutorial I did…I don’t do it exactly the same way, but it was very helpful in getting me started.

  • Thanks LN – I will google for a tutorial! 😉

  • Erin

    Thanks for all the Info and the link to the Cut and Seal we will definietly be buying one of these!!