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Monday, March 14, 2016

ONE LUCKY GIRL (OR GUY) GIVEAWAY HOP

Its time for a new giveaway



First we want to thank our hostess,
for pulling this all together for us.

All of the participating bloggers will have a family friendly prize worth at least $25.

My prize is self sponsored and will be shipped by me to the lucky winner.
What's the prize, you ask ... 
a Tupperware Smooth Chopper

It is a $49 value and worth its weight in gold if you are in love of smoothies or purees or like to make small batches of applesauce.  
If you make your own baby food for an infant or are moving into toddler meals, this is perfect for making your family's meals a toddler friendly consistency.

  • Includes Smooth Chopper base
  • pull-cord cover, whip attachment, blade attachment and blade protector
  • 3 cup/730 mL

You can purchase it on your own, until April 8th for $39 (yes its on sale this month) from my Tupperware Site.  This is especially good if you aren't the winner ... yes it is worth it.

Good Luck!




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Don't forget to check out these blogs too ... you can win more than once in this hop!

68 comments:

Suburban prep said...

I am loving homemade gazpacho soup and this would enable me to have the veggies finer than a hand chop.

Brenda Callahan said...

i saw a recipe for chocolate truffle balls where you need to grind up oreos first! yup... thats what i want to make!!!

Barb said...

I think I'd try to make some homemade Applesauce first. I love the color on this!

Elizabeth Miller said...

I am pretty sure that the first thing that would be made would be a smoothie by my 10 year old. She loves smoothies for breakfast and this would be great for her to use. They usually consist of milk, strawberries, bananas, and mango or peaches substituted for the strawberries.

lildevilgirl22 said...

I would make salsa or guacamole :)

Steph B said...

I would use it to chop banana's first for my oatmeal banana muffins! This would be so mach more compact than the blender!
It would also work great for my daily (yes daily) batch of guacamole that I add my homemade salsa too!
Wish I had this when my 3 year old was little....I made all of my own baby food and this would have saved a lot of time!
It would also be great for smoothies when traveling!

Heather E said...

My food processor broke not too long ago, and I have been looking to replace it with a much nicer model as soon as I can save up enough. I have a blender, so I tried making these no-bake apple pie bars in them. The dried apples blended just fine, but the dates got stuck in the blade because they were so sticky. Needless to say, that ended up being a hassle since I had to do a lot of smaller batches! The bars were delicious, though.

I would definitely make those again with something like this--fingers crossed that they wouldn't get too stuck on the blade in this. Thanks for bringing this product to my attention--definitely a good alternative to a food processor for a little while.

sohamolina said...

I;d make chopped squash.

Michele P. said...

I want to make strawberry smoothies with it, and also we love homemade salsa/pico de gallo it is a staple here at my house lol. So definitely would make those 2 things and experiment to try out other things.

michele376 said...

I would make a strawberry milkshake.

Edye Nicole said...

I would make a green smoothie :)

VanillaOrchids said...

I would want to use it to chop various fruits. I watched a video tutorial on how to use one and the demonstrator made a smoothie with it. I have to admit, it did look good.

Thanks for this giveaway opportunity!

Pam

kdrae said...

I would make some guacamole!

A Martin said...

I would first mash and blend some bananas.

Alicia Hewitt said...

I'd have to make a few things I'd be so excited!! First salsa, then vanilla milkshake, then I'd chop up fruits for smoothies!!

Charlene E said...

I would use it to shop onions for chili

kathy downey said...

I would use it first to mash up some squash and make some soup

Lacey Burd said...

I was just reading a recipe on the Tupperware site that requires this! I would definitely make the garlic mayo first.

Cheryl said...

I would chop onions and peppers for the freezer first.

Sandy Cain said...

Actually, I would not make any particular dish. I am the caregiver for my old mom, and she has trouble chewing her food. I even have to mash up her bananas. So, this would be PERFECT for whatever she's eating - fruit, veggies, even cooked meatloaf. Thanks for the chance to win!

Michelle Macaluso said...

I would make some yummy salsa that my husband loves.

bison61 said...

I'd make a smoothie for my grandson

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Sonya Sanderson said...

I would chop olives and make a tapanade spread.

bn100 said...

some kind of soup

polly said...

I would make homemade applesauce for my grandsons

Michele said...

I might use it to bake some Mexican Wedding Cookies with nuts - I love those!

Charlene S. said...

I would make a spaghetti squash puree.

jeanette sheets said...

cole slaw yum!

Julie Waldron said...

I would make salsa.

Jackie said...

I would love to make apple sauce with it! Thank you!

Thinkin' Out Loud said...

I would make either a Strawberry Banana smoothie or some salsa. My family is allergic to ALOT of things and that lot includes Onions...even the smell of onions makes my mother's tongue, lips and throat go numb and swell slightly. I miss salsa...

Heather B said...

I would probably use this to chop up some onions for my meatballs first.

Heather McDonald said...

The first thing I would make would be some garlic hummus, I have always wanted to try making my own hummus!

Mia J. said...

I would chop veggies to make a nice salsa.

Kim Pinch said...

I would make some yummy mango salsa first.

Jeanna Massman said...

I would like to try making a variety of smoothies.

hhkaufman78 said...

I would chop up apples for apple pancakes.

Rose Santuci-Sofranko said...

I have a bag full of onions that I could chop...they need to be frozen before they go bad. Thanks and God bless! ILuvTheEucharist (at) aol.com

Brittany Jackson said...

I love making homemade salsa but I hate chopping the onions and garlic. this would be perfect for that

Paol Trenny said...

I am going to make ratatouille for my hubby.

Colette S said...

I love avocados so I'd try making my own guacamole first.

Darlene said...

I would make banana nut bread.

matope said...

id love to do applesauce and guac!

Cori Westphal said...

My daughter always makes banana ice cream. Just frozen bananas and a little milk blended. This would be perfect for her!

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Kathy Davis said...

I make a jello desert with chopped pretzels. Thanks for the chance.

Deborah W said...

I would love to make a Waldorf salad with apples, nuts, raisins, celery, etc. This would be very helpful!

Carolyn Daley said...

I would use the chopper to help puree carrots and sweet potatoes together.

crystalsg said...

My daughter would love some homemade peach applesauce.

MELINA said...

I would make some fruit smoothies for my and my daughter.

Sherry said...

I think I would make some guacamole first I've been on a big guacamole kick for a while now.

Sandra Watts said...

I would use it to make a nice fresh salsa.

Elizabeth said...

I think the first thing I'd make is Cole Slaw. This looks like a very nice little chopper.

Linda Kish said...

I'd make whipped cream to go with some fresh strawberries.

Rosie Areola (Heather) said...

Pico de gallo is what I'd love to make first.

amanda whitley said...

i would chop cauliflower to make into mashed potatos

Jenny Scheldberg said...

I'd attempt to make chimmichurri sauce. Tupperware is a great brand!

Adriana Saucedo said...

I would make salsa for sure.

Anita Duvall said...

This would be perfect to make a quick individual serving of salsa. I would try Mango Salsa first.

Laurie Murley said...

I would mash up bananas for banana bread

Francine Anchondo said...

I would make a strawberry smoothie

Marnie G (Derrick Todd) said...

I would make pico de gallo first... I've been having a craving for it.

beachgirl0323 said...

I would use it to chop veges and fruit for homemade dog food.

slogan1990 said...

I would make some cinnamon applesauce

Linda Szymoniak said...

I had a similar product years ago, but it's long gone and I really miss it. I especially like using something like this to chop onions. I have very sensitive eyes, so onions do a real number on them. This would really help my eyes.

Laura said...

I would like to make a strawberry banana smoothie. Yum! :)

Clair Freebie said...

I would use it to chop up the goodies that go into chicken quesadillas! It would definitely cut down on my prep time!

Jerry Marquardt said...

I would make a fresh batch of Sesame Seed Bread. I haven't made it in a long time now.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I would like to try the Fridge Stackables Cutting Board because it looks truly innovative and is very useful in the kitchen.