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Betty Crocker Holiday 2-day Giveaway!!!

I had the great opportunity of trying the Betty Crocker gluten-free baking mixes. Wow, were they good! My step-mom and I made her famous poppyseed cake using the yellow cake mix…it turned out perfectly! I was so impressed with the taste as well as the texture of this great cake mix. I will be putting up the recipe for the cake on Monday for all of you to try for yourself. I would put it up now but I really want to include the picture so you can get even more excited about making it for you and your family.

The brownie mix was so chocolatey and delicious you could just eat the batter alone or enjoy the actual brownies. I thought of adding some crushed up candycanes (because you know you still have them from your Christmas celebrations) to the brownie batter to make some yummy peppermint brownies. You could also add some white chocolate chips for black and white brownies.
These mixes were so convenient and easy and the best part is that they are so readily available at nearly every grocery store! They are right with the other cake mixes in the baking isle so you don’t have to go anywhere special to find them. I know all of you are going to love these mixes just as much as I did. So…

The Betty Crocker company would like to provide one of my followers with the opportunity to try the new Betty Crocker Gluten Free Dessert Mixes – all made in a gluten-free processing facility!
Prize pack includes:
• Betty Crocker Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix
• Betty Crocker Gluten Free Devil’s Food Cake Mix
• Betty Crocker Gluten Free Brownie Mix
• Betty Crocker Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Cookie Mix
The Betty Crocker “Sweet Moments” prize pack also includes two (2) Free coupons for any of the varieties, a grocery tote bag, magnetic grocery list and pen to make shopping easier!!!
(MANDATORY): Become a follower on AND visit Betty Crocker’s gluten-free website and tell me a recipe that sounds good to you.
Extra Entries:
1. Tell me a yummy gluten-free treat you made for the holidays.
2. Subsrcribe to by e-mail (on the left hand toolbar under become a follower)
3. Visit Kella’s Kolumn (using the top toolbar) and leave a comment on your favorite post. Leave me a comment telling me which one you did and why.
This giveaway available to U.S. residents only as the mixes are not available in Canada. Giveaway ends Friday 1/1/2010 at 10 am (MST). Good luck and happy New Year!!!


  1. The Betty Crocker Peppermint Patty Brownie Recipe sounds delish!! I'm a follower of Gluten Free Frenzy…please enter me into the Betty Crocker giveaway!

  2. For a treat, we baked Gluten Free Graham Crackers over the holidays (in cute little circle shapes) and topped them with some Brie cheese and Rasperry Jam. Yummy!

  3. I'm a follower of Gluten Free Frenzy and I love Pineapple Upside Down Cake so the gluten free recipe is right up my alley.

  4. For Christmas my son and I made the gluten-free Sugar Cookie recipe and loved it.

  5. I am signed up for the e-mail.

  6. Tried (twice) to leave a comment on Kella's Kolumn under “10 Things to Do on a Beautiful Winter Day” but it wouldn't work… My comment was that knitting is fun!!

  7. I just signed up as a follower of your site. I was diagnosed right before the holiday and decided to put off this new lifestyle until after Christmas. It all sounded too stressful to deal with along with the holidays. I am dedicating today to learn as much as I can to begin. Tomorrow, we are cleaning out the kitchen (including many utensils) and going shopping!

    The Chocolate-Hazelnut Dream Torte sounds divine – I love hazelnuts!

    Thank you for your blog – it is so helpful!!

  8. I am following you and the Peppermint Patty Brownies look so YUMMY!!!

  9. Hmmm…since this is our first Christmas Season gluten free we baked many many new yummy things. Our favorite was making chocolate cookies with peppermint filling dipped in candy canes!!! SOOO GOOD!!

  10. I'm a follower!! 🙂 and I know that my daughter would want the Gluten-free Carrot cake (her favorite) and I would love the Zucchini Devil's food snack cake (zucchini and chocolate!! What could be better!!)

  11. Over the holidays we made as many things as we had ingredients in the pantry and freezer … we made Gluten-free Sufganiyot, Holiday Fruitcake and Dark Chocolate Chunk Cookies! Yum!!

  12. I liked so many of the posts on Kella's Kolumn but I chose “Secret ingredients I always have in my kitchen” because I feel the same way about all of them! But I still learned things I didn't know! I am going to be using raisins in many more ways now that I read that post. It was great!

  13. I'm loving the Ooey-gooey Rocky Road bars on Betty's website!

    And we made quite a few gluten-free treats over the holidays! Any gluten-free treat in the cupboard was dipped in almond bark. Loving the pretzels dipped the most!

    Hooray for Betty Crocker for recognizing a need for easy, delicious, gluten-free mixes! Happy new year everyone!

  14. I am a follower of Gluten Free Frenzy. The recipe that sounds absolutely delicious is Brownie Ganache Torte with Raspberries.
    Please enter me in this giveaway.

    bstilwell12 at comcast dot net

  15. I made a Pumpkin Pecan crusted cake. It had a pumpkin custard on the bottom, then a layer of gluten free yellow cake mix and topped with pecans and butter for the crust. It was absolutely delicious and everyone loved it.

    bstilwell12 at comcast dot net

  16. I follow by email.

    bstilwell12 at comcast dot net

  17. I posted on Kellys Kolumn under the post “10 Simple Ways to be Happy” Thanks for these great articles.

    bstilwell12 at comcast dot net

  18. i have to pick just one of the recipes?!?!? they all sound good! ok ok ok… how about the brownie/cookie bars. (i am actually going to the store after work today. might have to try this out tonight!)

  19. this holiday, my first as a celiac, i made a bevvy of gluten free gluttons for my friends/family. banana bread, cappuccino cheesecake and of course christmas cookies!

  20. I'm a GF frenzy follower and I thought there were some wonderful recipes on the Betty Crocker site–the Rocky Road bars, the marble cake, the blueberry corn muffins–all I'm going to have to try!

  21. I'm a GF frenzy email subscriber!

  22. My daughter and I made lots of GF foods–Scotcheroos from GF rice cereal (from Erewhon), fudge, sour cream sugar cookies( a family recipe using flour from GF Creations Bakery), Peppernuts, Namiste spice cake with pumpkin added was made for my BD cake and my Mom even got into the act making her special 7 step bars using Pamela's short bread cookies for the base instead of graham crackers.

  23. The peppermint patty brownies look awesome! I'm a sucker for mint and chocolate!

  24. We made a GF lemon cake with whipped lemon/ginger cream for our holiday get together!

  25. The peppermint patty brownies look very good. We tried your sugar cookie recipe with the Pamela's Bread mix. It was very good and my little ones enjoyed cutting and frosting cookies. We have tried all the mixes and like all of them. Like the idea with the candy canes!

  26. The Peppermint Patty brownies look divine!

  27. Jennifer R. Jennifer R.

    I'm a follower of gluten free frenzy and I visited Betty Crocker's gluten free site — the pineapple upside down cake sounds awesome! Thanks for another great giveaway!!!

  28. Jennifer R. Jennifer R.

    I am subscribed to gluten free frenzy by email 🙂

  29. Jennifer R. Jennifer R.
  30. Looks like a few of us are in the mood for pineapple upside down cake. We better enjoy it before all our NEW YEARS Diets start!

  31. At our house we made gluten free caramel popcorn. Oh it was so yummy and not that hard to make. Oh so good!

  32. We made Caramel pop corn, it was so yummy, totally gluten free and not that hard to do. Happy New Year to all!

  33. Okay this silly program is getting me mixed up, but I think I have the hang of it now. two posts later. 🙂 Chandice tell your hubby I think I got it. 🙂 Had to open an account I didn't have. Thanks!

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