Jif Giveaway{now closed}

As I am still in recovery and catch up mode here at home after our Week at the Beach (photos and details coming soon) I thought I’d start the week out with a Jif Giveaway.  Who doesn’t love a giveaway and especially one for something delicious!!??

I think one of the best flavor combinations ever invented may just be peanut butter and chocolate.  Well, Jif has put a new twist on that combination and joined together chocolate and hazelnut is some fun new products.  You may have already seen these at your local grocery but if you haven’t you are definitely going to want to go looking.  Jif has combined a few new flavors Chocolate and Hazelnut Spread  and Mocha Cappuccino Flavored Hazelnut Spread.

Good thing Jif sent a spoon along with their product for me to try so I could dig right in!   I started imagining all the fun things I could use these new spreads with.  My first thought was of course s’mores since they had also sent along some graham crackers and marshmallows and since we were headed to the beach and I knew a few bonfires were in our future.  I was right – it was a pretty amazing combination.

I also made some crepes for breakfast while the kids were home and the Chocolate and Hazelnuts spread was delicious on a crepe covered with berries and whip cream.

I am pretty sure the possibilities are endless…..

Would you like to try these out too? Well, Jif put together an awesome gift pack that one lucky reader is going to win!

The Jif Hazelnut Spread Tasting Kit Includes:

- Jif Chocolate Flavored Hazelnut Spread
- Jif Mocha Cappuccino Flavored Hazelnut Spread
- Homemade Marshmallows
- Graham Crackers
- Pillsbury Chocolate Fudge Brownie Mix
- Folgers Black Silk Coffee
- Silver Spoon
- Recipes and Tips
- $50 AMEX Gift Card
{ARV $100}

Here’s How to Enter:

1 Answer the following question in the comments below: “How are you going to use the new Jif spread when you win?”

2 Like Jif and Your Homebased Mom on Facebook for 1 entry. Leave a separate comment letting me know you did so.

3 Follow Leigh Anne Wilkes on Pinterest  for 1 entry. Leave a separate comment letting me know you did so.

4 Follow Your Homebased Mom on Instagram @yourhomebasedmom for 1 entry. Leave a separate comment letting me know you did so.

RULES: This giveaway is open until Thursday, July 26th at midnight PST.   The giveaway is only open to U.S. residents. Be sure a valid email address is included with your comment(s). Winner will be chosen randomly and contacted via email.

Disclosure: This giveaway is provided by Jif, but my opinions are completely my own. I did receive the same kit I’m giving away.

 

Comments

  1. Janice says

    I’d like to think I will bake with it and make fabulous desserts, but I’ll probably eat it one spoonful at a time directly from the jar!

  2. says

    As the current joke goes: “I can’t wait for those fun-filled faculty meetings at the beginning of the school year,” said no teacher ever. I will use this yummy prize to add a little life to the teachers’ first day back. I work at a small school without a PTO. We don’t get treats. This would be a special one!

  3. Amy Roach says

    I would put a tablespoon of Jif Chocolate Hazelnut Spread in a wonton wrapper, fold over and seal the edges and deep fry. When they have turned a golden brown, remove from the fryer and dust with powdered sugar. A yummy treat!

  4. Amy Roach says

    I have “liked” Jif and Your Homebased Mom on Facebook and am following you, Leigh Anne Wilkes, on Pinterest. Sure hope I win the Jif package ;)

  5. Wendy B says

    I have always wanted to try crepes, and the picture of the JIF and berries on top was amazing. That would be my first choice. I am hungry now.

  6. barbara brundidge says

    How about a jif chocolate and jelly sandwich. The kids would love that. Spread it on top of warm muffins. yummy!

  7. Heather Spooner says

    If I won this fabulous Jif giveaway, first thing I would do is get a spoon and eat some straight out of the jar. I might share with my family. Maybe. Thanks!
    miyax15 at yahoo dot com

  8. Andrea D. says

    I think of a lot of different ways to use it but I think I would use it on brownies, an ice cream topping and s’mores first. Thanks for the chance to enter.

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