Disclosure: Fall Means Sweet Treats blog post is sponsored by P&G. All opinions are my own.
Our family looks forward to fall when the heat of summer begins to fade and we are more likely to crank up the oven and bake some warm, sweet treats. We also enjoy gathering around our fire pit and sipping on hot chocolate or making s’ mores. Let’s just say that fall really gets us in the mood for all things sweet.
If you would like to see some of the decadent treats we enjoy this time of year, check out my post on Fun Halloween Treats. For a slightly healthier spin on a sweet treat, try Bobby Flay’s recipe for Olive Oil Brownies.
Because we all want to keep our teeth and gums healthy, we make sure the girls are brushing and flossing regularly. There is nothing worse than a trip to the dentist to fill a cavity. If we are going to indulge in our favorite treats from time to time, we make sure to always have a dentist recommended, good quality toothpaste on hand. Crest Cavity Protection paste helps us fight cavities, strengthen weak spots, and leaves us with fresher smelling breath.
Special Offer from Kroger
To get ready for the fall season that comes with lots of treats, especially around Halloween, Kroger is offering a $0.50-off Digital Coupon for Crest Cavity Protection and Tartar Protection paste from September 28 and 29. Crest toothpaste normally costs around $2.19 for a 6.4 oz tube. Kroger will be selling it for $1.49 for a limited time. With the Digital
If you aren’t able to take advantage of the Digital Coupon deal in September, a Crest coupon insert can also be found in most newspapers on September 30 that will give you an additional $1 off any Crest Toothpaste or Kid’s Crest Toothpaste through October 14. You can use the paper coupon at Kroger as well.
My girls have great smiles and they aren’t afraid to show them off in our family photos. Check out these healthy grins. You can keep your family smiling brightly this fall and holiday season by using the many Crest oral care products that are designed to meet the dental health needs of all ages.