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Great Giveaway: Magic Bullet to Go Blender

Posted Jun 14 2010 11:31am 1 Comment
Oy vey. How can it have been so long since my last post? So sorry readers. Ispent two weeks in the homeland (California) visiting family (much food-bliss to share with all of you) and between the week getting ready to go and the week back home catching up, (gulp) no posting.

But I have a ruse to get your attention following my over-long absence: a great giveaway for a Magic Bullet Blender. Better still, it is a "to go" model, so you can blend delicious, healthy concoctions near and far (I'm already wondering if TSA will let me blend a smoothie in flight...)

So, here are the directions. Read them carefully, as this is unlike any other giveaway I've done before, the primary differences being that (1) I will not be choosing the winner; the Magic Bullet PR company will choose a winner from those who post comments; (2) You need to become a fan of Magic Bullet on Facebook; and (3) you need to submit a quick and easy snack recipe (not just a general comment) for your comment.

Contest Begins: Now!
Contest Ends: 5PM EST June 18, 2010

Magic Bullet wants to know what your favorite snack food recipe is!

Father's Day is right around the corner! Magic Bullet wants to help you celebrate the fathers in your lives by giving you a Magic Bullet to Go. Summertime is in full swing and you know what that means - delicious snacks. Magic Bullet wants to hear all of your delicious recipes! If you think you have the best snack recipe, share your recipe with the blogosphere – you might just win a Magic Bullet To Go along with the travel bag.

To enter: (1) leave a comment to this post on Enlightened Cooking sharing your great snack food recipe, and (2) Become a fan of the Magic Bullet - The Official Page on facebook. Here is the link: MAGIC BULLET FACEBOOK PAGE

Good Luck!!!!!
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Kicked Up Hummus

· 15 1/2 ounce(s) of can of garbanzo beans

· 3 ounce(s) cream cheese

· 1 tbsp. of lemon juice

· 1/2 tsp. of salt

· 1 tsp. of red pepper

· 1 tsp. of ground cumin

· 1 garlic clove

· 1 tbsp. of Tabasco

· 1 drizzle of olive oil

1. Drain can of garbanzos; reserve liquid. Wash garbanzos and drain.

2. In a food processor, blend: garbanzos, 1/4 cup reserved liquid, cream cheese, lemon juice, salt, red pepper, cumin, garlic, Tabasco, and olive oil until smooth.


(Jennifer Rodriguez) 

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