Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Cast Iron Skillet and Pancake Mix - Giveaway





I have a wonderful treat for you tonight. I was given a prize pack and will tell you all about it. Then I will give you a chance to win one for yourself!

First, a notice from Bisquick: 


Introducing Bisquick® Gluten Free baking mix: the first gluten free baking mix with real melt-in-your-mouth Bisquick taste! Now, with Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix, you can make pancakes, waffles, biscuits and more, and they have never tasted so good. Since its release in 1931, Bisquick has become a trusted staple in America's kitchens for delicious and easy-to-prepare dishes. Now the convenience of Bisquick baking mixes will be available to the gluten-free community too, so everyone can enjoy the family favorite Bisquick recipes you love like fluffy pancakes, easy pies, mouth-watering casseroles and more!

Make sure to look for Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix in the baking aisle at your local grocery store.

To find great recipe tips and ideas, visit www.bisquick.com/glutenfree. There, you´ll find countless gluten-free recipes for family favorites such as Gluten Free Strawberry Shortcakes and Gluten Free Pizza Crust, using Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix. Check back often! We´re adding more recipes every day!

In addition, you can visit http://www.myblogspark.com/uc/main/8b49/ to download a printable coupon for $1 off Bisquick Gluten Free baking mix! 
 

Onto the prize pack details! -

Cast Iron Skillet -

This is a "pancake pan." There are circle shapes all around so the pancake batter will stay in place. Cast iron provides a solid, high quality pan which will last a long time.

Orka Pancake Turner - (we call it a spatula)

This pretty blue spatula is perfect for flipping pancakes. It is dishwasher safe.

Pancake Pen - (Wait until you hear about this!)

I had no idea what this was until it arrived. It is neat! It is a long, odd shaped container. You can pour batter into it and just shake! It also has measurements on the side, so you can carefully portion what you need.

You can use this to "draw your pancakes." What does that mean?  Well, it has a special spout on top that you can slowly pour out your batter into letters, numbers, hearts and shapes!  It is dishwasher safe and can be used to pour pancake batter, muffin batter and cupcake batter.

Bisquick Baking Mix- (This is GLUTEN FREE!!)

This 16 oz box of mix contains Rice Flour as the main ingredient. There are recipes for Pancakes, Biscuits, Waffles, Pizza Crust, Chicken Fingers and Oven-Baked Chicken.

How would you like a chance to win this set for yourself? I have one available for a giveaway. You will receive one of each item listed above (as shown in the photo). All you have to do is leave me a comment sharing with me a favorite family breakfast memory.

For additional entries:

1. Post about this on Facebook.

2. Tweet about this. To make it easier, you can Retweet

3. Write a post, linking to this giveaway, on your own Blog. (This is worth 3 entries. Please leave 3 separate comments.)


4. Subscribe in an email to The Legacy of Home.  

5. Become a Public Follower through Google Friend Connect, or let me know if you are already a follower.

6. Choose to Like The Legacy of Home on Facebook.

*Please leave a separate comment for each entry.*

One random winner we be selected on Thursday, October 14, 2010. (U.S.  Entries only.) If I am unable to reach the winner within 48 hours, an alternate winner will be selected. Your entry is only valid if you include a way for me to contact you. This product will ship directly from the company.

This Contest is Closed. - The Winner is Terri G! 

*Disclosure -  I received the product, information and prize pack from Bisquick through MyBlogSpark.*


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113 comments:

Heidi said...

My mom used to make cinnamon rolls every Sunday. My brothers and I would fight over the gooey center roll!

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TerriG said...

This summer, we became addicted to Trader Joe's pancake mix. I remember hovering over a hot stove, trying to keep up with my 5 men eating them as fast as I could make them.

TerriG said...

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TerriG said...

I follow on blogger. I would LOVE the pancake pen.

Janet said...

I would love to be entered! My favorite breakfast memory is when we have time to make a good breakfast complete with all the trimmings!

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I follow your blog through Google reader.

Thanks!

April E. said...

I would love to win this set! That pancake pan and pen set are wonderful!!

Our best family breakfast memory came from this past Christmas. We planned to have pancakes and sausage for Christmas morning breakfast, but we were out of syrup!! SO we made chocolate chip pancakes with miniature chocolate chips instead.

We just ate the sausages and pancakes as finger foods while we unwrapped the gifts. The kids loved it, and begged us to do it every year!

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Blossom said...

A favorite family breakfast memory? From my childhood it was whenever we did not have oatmeal! Nowadays it is probably making something special for the kids; they absolutely love waffles.

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April E. said...

I posted about the giveaway on facebook ... reluctantly. I don't want more people to enter and lower my chances of winning. LOL!! ;)

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Blossom said...

I posted about your giveaway on my blog
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I'm already a follower of your blog via GFC :)

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cceeyore said...

I want it! A favorite breakfast memory? sitting with my girl while she would eat breakfast when she first started talking ... sooo precious!

Sweetpeas said...

One year for Valentines I surprised my girls with strawberries, & pink frosted cinnamon rolls for breakfast. They loved it (and ate so many strawberries they were too full to finish their cinnamon roll LOL).

Kim said...

I make pancakes for the kids every Saturday morning. We then have leftovers which are quick to pop in the toaster Sunday morning before church!

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Michelle Smith said...

A favorite breakfast memory? On Sunday mornings my dad would always make yummy scrambled eggs. He would melt butter in the skillet, add the whisked eggs, cook them just until done, and as the last step he would sprinkle shredded cheddar cheese over the top. I've always loved my dad's scrambled "cheese-y" eggs. So do my children. :)

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Debbie said...

When I was growing up, my dad always cooked a big breakfast for the family on Saturday mornings--usually eggs or waffles.

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Shannon said...

I used to make turnovers for my family for special breakfasts on the weekends. I got the recipe (which was great) from Teen Magazine. lol

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Leslie said...

What a fun giveaway! My favorite breakfast memory is of our traditional Christmas breakfast. My kids won't let me make that food any other time of the year but love it on Christmas morning!

Blessings
Leslie

Julieanne said...

When I was in jr. high, we had very little money, and we ate oatmeal a lot for our breakfasts. My brother didn't really like it all that well, but he was determined to eat his bowl faster than I could eat mine. However, he was highly distractible (and easy to distract), so while he would try to eat quickly to "race me", he would always lose because he was goofing off or telling jokes and stories, etc. It used to bother him so much that I could just sit and listen to him and eat quickly at the same time! :)

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Penny said...

My mom always made cinnamon toast and cinnamon biscuits for us and when we visit her and my dad, she makes them for my kids, now. PICK ME! PICK ME! I'VE GOT A GLUTEN FREE GIRL!

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Sable(atlmuzikfanzinc) said...

My favorite breakfast memory is when we use to go to USA restaurant as a family. It was a time where we would get together and just talk as a family. Sometimes it can be hard to do that when everybody is busy.

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Beverly said...

My favorite breakfast memories are when we can all sit around the table to an old fashioned breakfast. (Usually DH is gone to work)

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Tracy said...

Our 9 year old son just started making breakfast on Saturdays. It's so fun to watch him get excited and do it all himself. He's so proud of himself when he's done and we're all fed.

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Laurie said...

My favorite breakfast memory is when we were little, my dad would let me and my sisters help on Saturday morning to make pancakes with him. We loved to get to flip the pancakes and it was always a treat to have pancakes for breakfast. Thanks for the giveaway.

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Jen @ Nutrition Tips said...

My favorite breakfast memory is making Baked Apple Pancakes with the girls for breakfast on each holiday. It's making me hungry just thinking about it.

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rubynreba said...

When I had friends spend the night my Mother would make a special breakfast. She would use the good china and glassware and make it look like we were in a fancy restaurant!
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Lona728 said...

My favorite memory of breakfast is Christmas morning. I love having a nice hot breakfast after the kids have opened their presents and before the day gets crazy with family coming over.

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Cindy said...

Favorite breakfast memory was just this spring. My daughter and I and her wedding party were going shopping for dresses. I baked a couple of casseroles and we had a fun breakfast together before our shopping day.

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Amanda said...

My favorite memory is of the brunch we had the morning after our wedding, it was at my parents house and all of our family was there. It wa a beautiful morning.

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debbie said...

I think one of my favorite breakfast memories is enjoying blueberry pancakes with my son.
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Kathy said...

My favorite breakfast memory is the excitement in my kids' faces when they see my coffee cake for breakfast on their birthdays or other holidays. I love that it makes them smile.

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B. Wilson said...

Making cinnamon rolls every Christmas morning as a family with hot cocoa!
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joyce said...

My mother used to make homemade biscuits and white gravy. They were so good.
If I had the pancake package, you can bet I'd whip up a batch, slather them in butter,and pour on the maple syrup. That and a cup of hot coffee would be wonderful!

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Sandra said...

When I was a kid my mom would make us pancakes and she would use the spatula to pull out little legs and a head to make them look like turtles. I remember that I used to hate to cut them. Then I would have no more turtle.

Ashley said...

My favorite family breakfast memory is from Christmas morning. My mom always makes the same meal, a Southern breakfast with an egg casserole and a cranberry casserole! I cannot wait to start this tradition with my family.

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hellosarah said...

my favorite memory is after all of us kids moved out, spending the night at my parents and then making breakfast together and eating outside on the deck.

Kristy said...

We love to go to the Farmers Market on Saturday mornings and then come home and make a great breakfast with our fresh fruit!

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Kimberly said...

My mom used to make green biscuits on St. Patricks Day.

racheal fernandez said...

My favorite breakfast memory is when the children were little they would help me prepare pancakes for breakfast and they would create these funny shapes!They are older now, but we still enjoy pancakes for breakfast on the weekends, minus the funny shapes!:0)

Karen said...

Mine is probably on Sundays which was the only day we all ate breakfast together as a family and had pancakes with our initials on them as opposed to the usual faire which was breakfast cereal.
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scottsgal said...

My dad was a pilot and we used to fly up to Lake Geneva on Sunday mornings to have a delicious brunch. It was such a nice treat - we'd do this a couple times a year.
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Julie said...

Every Sunday,our family has breakfast together-scrambled eggs,pancakes, hash browns before we go to church.
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Sharon said...

Favorite breakfast memory: The first time my kids cooked me breakfast. :)

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noreen said...

Every Saturday morning my grandma would make mini blue berry pancakes. There were so many grandkids she sometime had to make 3 batches of batter

Rich and Mallory said...

My favorite breakfast memory is making German Pancakes for Christmas morning breakfast.

Such a simple but tasty meal :)

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mimilovesall8 said...

I was raised by my grandmother and she was very old fashioned so we had bacon and eggs or oatmeal every morning. I loved it though!
Thanks so much!
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jhitomi said...

I would love to have this; we have been gluten free for years and the idea of Bisquick being gluten free now is amazing. My fave memory is my father waking up Sunday mornings and making us waffles with the waffle iron, he loved to do it.
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~ Cee ~ said...

My dad used to make pancakes in the shapes of animals, and make features out of mini chocolate chips. I do the same for my daughter :)
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susitravl said...

I loved getting to eat my cereal in front of the TV on Saturday mornings.

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