Kristin

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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Contest time!

Hey everybody!

The wonderful people at Quaker have contacted me, and they have graciously offered to give one of my lucky readers a gift pack featuring some of their new healthy Simple Harvest Trail Mix bars (remember the simple harvest oatmeal I love?) and an all natural robe/slipper set!!

How do you win?

Well, all you have to do is this:

1. Comment on this post with your favorite Quaker-featured recipe
2. Reply by Tuesday, March 23 at 9 p.m.. When I come home from work, I'll be announcing the winner!!
3. If you have a blog, link back to this post and share the chance with others! You get an extra chance if you comment that you linked me =)

Ready, set, go!
I can't wait to hear what you guys make with Quaker's awesome whole grain products!!

23 comments:

Amanda said...

My favorite Quaker recipe is oatmeal cookies that my mom makes. They are not your typical oatmeal cookie.

The cookies are flat and crispy. They are as thin as paper and oh so yummy!

VeggieGirl said...

I love making Quaker oats quickbread!! :-)

balancemycake said...

Hey Kristin! My favorite Quaker Oats recipe is definitely my Oatmeal Chocolate Chip cookies! They make them super chewy and delicious :)

Lele said...

My favorite Quaker oats recipe is Kath's whipped banana oatmeal. It kind of changed my life.

I linked back to your post in my blog, which is lelelurvesplants.blogspot.com check it out if you want! I'm a college kid in New England too (we were actually both on Newbury Street yesterday!)

ourkitchenadventures said...

overnight oats with yogurt, flax, banana, and cinnamon. YUM!

blueskyworld said...

MMMMM

I love oatmeal cookies!
yumyum!

blueskyworld said...

i've linked back ;]

http://blueskyworld.wordpress.com/2009/03/04/check-this-out-numero-doscheck-this-out-numero-dos/

ChickPea said...

I LOVE my Samoas/Caramel Delite-inspired oatmeal:
http://broccolihut.blogspot.com/2009/01/five-oclock-countdown.html

Anne said...

My favorite oats recipe is an Apple Oatmeal Crisp (http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipefinder/apple-oat-crisp-ghk0208?click=recipe_sr#). Of course, I also love my breakfast bowl of quaker old-fashioned oatmeal. I eat it everyday!

Annie said...

My favorite quaker recipe is definitly healthy oatmeal cookies, with raisins :)

Thanks for the giveaway!

Tammi said...

I love using the old fashioned oats to make pumpkin oatmeal!

balancemycake said...

Oh and I get another entry YAY...I linked you on my blog :)

Michelle

sandy said...

Of course my fav recipe is the quaker oatmeal cookie recipe, I also put in white chocolate chips and raisins with them! YUMMMMM

Caroline said...

I like making my own homemade granola using Quaker oats, coconut, maple syrup, and walnuts!

Whitney said...

Awesome giveaway! I have a serious sweet tooth so my favorite Quaker oat recipe would have to be a tie between peach/berry crumbles and Chocolate Chip Walnut Oatmeal cookies...I've yet to translate these flavors into a bowl of oats but I'm working on it!!

Shilpa said...

i love making savory oats with quaker oatmeal...oats made a little bit of salt and pepper, topped with an egg and finished off with some hot sauce!

Anita said...

I can't get away from my standard oats... I've tried, really, but I just can't... nothing beats a big bowl of hot oats with lots of cinnamon, banana, and flax!

I have a blog! It's http://wwwnobookleftbehind.blogspot.com/ And you've been on my blogroll for quite a while now!:-) (Although I desperately need to update... I have so many faves, I seem to find a new one every day!)

wildchildchelz71 said...

My favorite would have to be classic oatmeal raisin cookies!! YUMM

curlytop said...

Kristin,

My alltime favorite way to use Quaker oats is to make my own delicious (and cheap!) white chocolate peanut butter energy bars.

To get in on the yumminess just mix 2 cups of oats with several tbsps of white chocolate peanut butter and 1/2 cup applesauce. If the recipe looks a bit dry add a touch of almond or skim milk until it has the consistency of cookie dough.

To make raw bars toss in the freezer overnight. (Or just keep them in there until your hungry!)

To make baked bars toss them in the oven at 350 for an hour or so.

Here's the fun part. Melt a little of the peanut butter (or you could go with white chocolate if you're feeling decadent) and drizzle it over the top a la cliff bar.

You can make as many variations as you like: use regular pb, add chocolate chips, use banana instead of applesauce, add coco and chocolate chips, or add cinamon and nutmug.

In these economic times I can't always afford cliff, luna, or larabars but my Quaker Oats Energy Bars are definately an acceptable alternative!

With Love and crossed fingers,

Emily

Simple and Divine said...

Quaker's Oatmeal Cookies!

Fabulous giveaway I'd looove that roobe <333 And I lurve you!

Lacey Nicole said...

definitely pb-oatmeal cookies, seen here: http://objectsandevents.blogspot.com/2009/03/heberts-in-da-houuuuse-housewarming.html

Katie said...

My favorite Quaker recipe is for no-bake cookies. My husband loves to make them and I love to eat them.

I've linked back to this post from my blog, too. Love reading yours! :)

Rosalie Y said...

I love steelcut oats with soymilk, canned pumpkin, flax, and cottage cheese and pumpkin pie spice! :)