A big, huge, grateful thank you to YOU. Because of your support and votes I won the first two categories of the So Delicious So Much to Love Recipe Contest.
I thought I would rush out to spend my winnings, but as of this moment I have spent one of the gift cards and haven’t touched the other one yet (won with my vegan ORANGE JULIUS recipe) because I want to make smart purchases.
My first gift card was to Sur La Table and rather than making a ton of smaller purchases, I blew the ENTIRE wad on something I have wanted for a long time…amazing knives.
For a long time I have been using the knife set that my husband and I received for our wedding almost 13 years ago. They have served their purpose, however they are not the sharpest (even when sharpened).
Today marks the beginning of the last week of the So Delicious So Much to Love Recipe Contest. This week’s focus is on dessert…yay!
Of all of the recipes I submitted to the contest, this is the recipe I am most proud of and the recipe that began my desire to “healthify” your family recipes. This recipe began as a family favorite that I then veganized and made much healthier than the original. My husband’s family has raved for years about his Aunt’s carrot cake recipe, so I decided to tackle the re-making of this recipe and it was a HUGE success in that my family loved it and did not notice that it had been altered, which thrilled me to no end!
I would REALLY love to win this category and would greatly appreciate your vote.
Click HERE to vote for this recipe…remember you have to “LIKE” So Delicious before you can vote.
Thank you to all who voted for my crepe recipe in the So Delicious So Much to Love Recipe Contest. I am beyond thrilled to report that my recipe won! This is my very first recipe contest win and I am beyond excited.
For those of you who do not have Facebook, as promised, HERE is the recipe.
It’s another week and I have another entry in the So Delicious So Much to Love Contest.
I’d appreciate your help again this week. Please remember to “Like” So Delicious and then cast your vote (You will be entered to win awesome prizes just for voting). Once you like the page, click on the contest logo to be taken to the voting page.
Thanks to all of you who voted for my Crepe Recipe in the So Delicious So Much to Love contest. I heard from many of you that you were having trouble voting. So Delicious informed me that in order to vote you need to first “LIKE” their Facebook page. Click HERE to go to their main page and “like” them.
Once you have done that, click HERE to vote for my recipe.
I soooooo appreciate you taking the time to vote. Remember to VOTE EVERY DAY THIS WEEK.
I am so excited to announce that I was invited to participate in the So DeliciousSo Much to Love Recipe Contest. This week’s contest theme is BREAKFAST which inspired me to create a recipe for vegan, gluten-free, and soy-free Crêpes.
I need your help though as the winner is determined by reader’s votes. So…please…
Vote for my recipe in this week’s So Delicious® Dairy Free SO Much to Love Giveaway (from your computer since it will not work from a mobile device)! You’ll be entered to win daily prizes just for voting, and if my recipe gets the most votes, you’ll be entered to win a great weekly prize!
Click HERE to vote and be taken to the recipe (You need to LIKE the page before you can VOTE).
The best news for you is that each time you vote, you’re entered for a daily prize. At the end of the week, if your favorite recipe gets the most votes, you’re in the running for a weekly prize. Every time you vote, you’re also entered to win the grand prize: A weekend for two at the fabulous Red Mountain Resort in Utah. Get ready for Monday!
Please forward this message on to as many people as possible so we can pump-up the votes.
Voting begins at 9 a.m. PST on Monday, May 7 and runs through 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, May 13
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