It’s time to announce the winners of the Bob’s Red Mill giveaway! To recap, five winners will receive one full package each of the Bob’s Red Mill food product of their choosing. Between comments, linkbacks, and emails from non-bloggers, this contest generated 205 entries. Using random.org, here are the five lucky ducks:
#49 Emily‘s linkback:
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#142 Jogger’s Life linkback
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im really excited for your giveaway. i just started blogging and this is the first giveaway ive entered because im really excited about the product. i would love to try the apples, cinnamon & grains cereal. that would totally make my morning. thanks for the giveaway chance.
What a lovely contest! I’d love the oatbran or meusli! Mmmm… grains…. mmmm…
amazing giveaway!! I’ve been wanting to try cooking with wheat bran . . . and their pancake mixes look so yummy . . . oy! Too many choices!
Congratulations, winners! And I’m especially psyched that Vani and Emily (my two fellow Slopers as evidenced here and here) elbowed in there, too. What are the odds?! Ladies, I’ll be emailing you all shortly to get your final Bob’s Red Mill selections and your shipping info.
I had a dazzling breakfast cookie waiting for me this morning. I mixed the rest of last night‘s oatmeal-protein porridge combo with just under 1/4 cup dry old-fashioned oats, 1 tbsp each Newman’s own raisins and dried berries, 1 tbsp nonfat powdered milk, 1 tbsp PB2, and 1 tbsp Hershey’s chocolate crumbles. I flattened the mix onto a plate in cookie form.
Because I made it from already-cooked oatmeal, it was still super soft this morning. I stuck it in the freezer for maybe an hour or so while I got my laundry going, took care of some other business, and downed a pot of green tea. To unstick the cookie from the plate post-freeze, I ran hot water over the bottom of the plate and then popped the whole cookie off with a spatula and transferred it to a fresh plate.
Next up, I mixed 2 tbsp Pb2 with 1/4 cup healthy cream cheese icing (ricotta was on sale, and I had coupons for free vanilla Oikos, hence the frosting overload lately!) and frosted my cookie with the peanut butter cheesecake blend 😀 Topped with three chopped strawberries:
And a cashew-almond butter center:
Mmmm, so filling and delicious. It was a lovely reward after the laundry man yelled at me for trying to stuff too many things into one dryer this morning. But it’s not my fault! I had actually planned to use two dryers today, but they were all taken and I didn’t want to hang around waiting. I just put it all in one and doubled the time 😛
When was the last time you got yelled at?