Thursday, July 4, 2013

General Mills Baking Prize Pack

UPDATE: The winner is chosen - Kathy, you've won!  I used this site to choose the winner and entered all of the contestants' names:

Kathy, please e-mail me at by July 7th @ 5pm PST so we can set up your prize pack delivery!  If I don't hear from Kathy, I'll redraw for the prize pack.
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I recently was contacted by General Mills and asked to participate in a gluten free giveaway.  Never one to turn down an opportunity to give my readers free schwag, I jumped at the opportunity.  The giveaway is great and will provide the winner with some awesome baking tools, including a baking kit and a no-stick baking pan.

The other day I used the baking kit to make some chocolate chip gluten free cookies using Betty Crocker's mix.  There are tons of mixes, but I went with the chocolate chip cookie mix.

They are super simple to make that even I can do it, just add an egg, some butter, and some vanilla extract and you're good to go.

Using one of the utensils to mix up the cookies.
I did have to bake the cookies for much longer than the 8-10 minutes recommended by the package... but I'm going to take the blame on that one since I'm a pretty unskilled baker.  Regardless the cookies turned out great and are being quickly devoured by my roommates and I.

Completed cookies - beautiful, no?
The best part about the prize pack is that I get to give away one to my readers too!  Your prize pack will consist of:

  • Baking Tool Set
  • 8" Square Cake Pan
  • Retail Value: $60

The prize pack!

Pretty cool, right?  Entry is very simple; just leave a comment on this blog post by July 1, 2013 telling me what the first recipe you would make with the prize pack would be!  Leave your name and a method of contact so I can reach out if you are selected or keep your eyes peeled for an update to this post when I notify the winner.

Please note: The information and prize pack have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

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Kathy said...

I would make sugar cookies that need to be rolled out.

Unknown said...

I would try making some gluten free donuts...hopefully puffy and airy.

Unknown said...

I would make gluten free donuts, I'm trying to get them to a puffy bakery donut consistency and would love to see if this would work :)

Anonymous said...

Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies!

Unknown said...

Definitely chocolate chip cookies and eat them right out of the oven...yum!

Unknown said...

I would make gluten free sugar cookie cut-outs :)

Unknown said...

sugar cookies, that roller makes it look so much easier

cyndi br said...

chocolate chip cookies

Unknown said...

I would definitely make some chocolate chip cookies!!

Unknown said...

I would definitely start out with the chocolate chip cookies!!

annc999 said...

Low fat brownies!

Wendy Rozema said...

i'd make brownies!!

Kimberly A. said...

I would make Dirrrrty Brownies! Stuffed with Reese's Cups and Finishes with a Peanut Butter Whip and Reese's Pieces Minis!