Friday, December 4, 2009

Holiday Recipe Giveaway

Does your family have a favorite Holiday Recipe?




Chocolate Trifle

(our family favorite)


Many ways to enter and win...


25 Chocolate Snowman Suckers(great as gifts or as a stocking stuffer), AND a $40 gift certificate to spend at An Occasional Chocolate, where you will find many other great holiday recipes and gift giving ideas for your friends & family this year!




How to enter:

1. leave us your favorite holiday recipe.

2. Leave us a comment about any item you would like in our store

3. Leave us a comment showing us the link to your Blog ,tweet, or facebook where you shared with your friends & you'll be entered for each time you spread the word about our delicious giveaway!!

4. Follow our blog & leave us a comment letting us know.


You may enter more than once by doing any or all of the suggestions above, but they must be separate entries.

*please leave us contact information in one of your posts*

Giveaway ends on 12-17-09 at 12:00 midnight central time.

The winner will be chosen using Random.org. and announced December 18th.

Good Luck!

This contest is open to U.S. Residents only.

(Chocolate Trifle Recipe can be found HERE)

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9 comments:

makeetis said...

I don't really have a family recipe except for home made buckeyes. I don't think that would count so I will pick a product. I love how the candy bars are personalized. I like all the products but I will say the #2159 Season's Greetings since it's around Christmas..Thanks for the chance.
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DEBIJOT said...

It is a recipe everyone has already. Sausage Balls. It is a tradition that on Christmas morning I make a gazillion (seems like it) sausage balls. Somehow they never seem to make it to the table!

Susan Fischer said...

My favorite thing to make around the holidays is a a peanut butter pie. Its super easy and a big hit! Take a cup of peanut butter and a softened bar of cream cheese and a half cup of sugar. Mix with mixer until blended. Fold in 12 oz of cool whip. Place mixture in chocolate cookie crust. Warm some hot fudge and spread over the top. Let it cool in the fridge for a bit. Once cooled, spread a bit of cool whip over the top and drizzle hot fudge and peanut butter on the top. That's it! So good.

Charity said...

Well, my favorite holiday recipe isn't much but I love these!!
3 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder
2 cups white sugar
1/2 cup milk
1/2 cup butter
3 cups quick cooking oats
1/2 cup crunchy peanut butter
1 tablespoon vanilla extract
# Heat cocoa, sugar, milk and butter over medium heat. Boil these very slowly. when they reach the boiling point boil them for no longer than 90-120 seconds.
# Stir together oats, peanut butter and vanilla with a big wooden spoon or Kitchen Aid. Pour the hot mix over the oatmeal mix and drop on wax paper
These cookies are like the greatest!!! I love them:) Please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks!!
esterried[at]yahoo[dot]com

Charity said...

I am also a blog follower!!

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Charity said...

And there are lots of things in your store I like!! I really like the little bath soaps, and I like lots of the chocolates including the Chocolate business cards:)

Julie said...

My favorite holiday recipe is new to use this year. It's for a fabulously easy cranberry side dish. :)
7 ounce package of cranberries
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup orange juice

Wash berries and put in a pot with the sugar and OJ. Put on medium heat and allow to boil. Put a cover on the cranberries because you know they're done when they "pop". Literally pop! :) I let mine cook a bit after they start popping and stir frequently. Then allow to cool for 2 hours before serving. They set up as they cool.

Yummy!

funfelt said...

Here is a great candy recipe the kids and I made one year. Take BUGLES - those corn cone shaped snacks - and stuff them with Peanut Butter. Then dip them in melting chocolate (I like white the best) and toss on some little nonpariel sprinkles and stand them up on wax paper to dry. They are little Christmas Trees and SO TASTY!!
Karen Clark
karen at funfelt dot com

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