OAMC – $.50 Disposable Foil Pans in Kroger’s Mega Event

Alrighty all  you OAMC (once a month cooking) fans, I thought I’d give you a heads up about what I discovered at the store today!

Disposable foil pans for as little as $.50…

  • 5 pack mini-loaf pans
  • 3 pack loaf pans
  • 3 pack round cake pans
  • 3 pack square cake pans

There are also other disposable pans included in this sale that cost anywhere from $1 – $4.   I’m fairly certain that this is the lowest price of the year on these guys…I have never seen this low of a price, even around the holidays!

And it’s not too early to start thinking about Christmas baking either!!!

These could also be used for gifts, crafts, baking food for others, and for your freezer cooking, batch cooking, bulk cooking…whatever you want to call it!

What do you use disposable foil pans for?!?  Got any creative uses to share?!


  1. says

    OOoooo!! I’m gonna stock up! We use these at Christmas with my family (25 people this coming year, I think – and that just my grandma, parents, siblings/spouses and grandkids!!), plus it would just be good to have some on hand for whatever.

  2. Jennifer N. says

    At our Dillons, there was a blinkie machine for these pans (but it was already empty)… but my friend had pulled a coupon the week before on her grocery trip. It was either .50/3 or $1/3… either way, she paid .50 for 3 sets!! Steal of a deal!!

  3. Jennifer says

    I am going to hope wish and pray!!! that there are some coupons when I get there! However THANKS so much for sharing this deal!! I hate paying for these items but love using them! I like the small bread pans for mini meatloaf’s for the boys they love them.

  4. says

    Alas, we do not have Kroger’s out here – but we do have Smart-n-Final. They have restaurant supplies, including these kinds of things…their price is usually right around that.

    I put in an order about five years ago from a wholesale supplier for pie and pot pie plates, bread pans and 10″ square casserole tins, all with lids; IIRC, I paid about twenty cents each BUT I had to buy a minimum of 500 of each kind. Kind of the double-edged sword of bulk buying: You may get a great deal at the individual-piece level, but you write an awfullllllly big check to get it! (Also, you have to find someplace to STORE it, someplace out of the way so you’re not tripping over them, but handy enough that you can get to them when you need them…)


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