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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Tablespoon.com

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Have you heard of Tablespoon.com yet?

Tablespoon.com is the newest site from General Mills where you can find and share recipes.

When you visit Tablespoon.com, you can:

  • View more than 25,000 of the best recipes on the web
  • Share recipes easily on places like Facebook and Twitter
When you join Tablespoon.com, you can:
  • Add your own recipe creations
  • Create your own version of existing recipes that suit your taste.
  • Save up to $80 every month with printable coupons from brands you love Rate, comment, and save the recipes you try

Bonus! And if that wasn´t enough, if you add your recipes to Tablespoon, your recipe and profile could be featured in a Tablespoon newsletter, which is sent to thousands of subscribers! The Tablespoon team will select some of the highest rated member submitted recipes to be featured in the weekly newsletter. If your recipe is highly rated, it could even be the main feature!

General Mills and MyBlogSpark has provided me and offered to give one prize pack (pictured above) to a lucky reader!

To enter: Go to Tablespoon.com and browse the recipes. Tell me which recipe you would like to try out at home.

For extra entries: Join Tablespoon.com and add a recipe and come back and post it here.

Entries will be taken until Saturday, November 14th at 9am CST. At that time I will post the winner and you have 48 hours to get back to me or a new winner will be picked.

14 Comments:

Pinky said...

I like try Easy Taco Pizza as it seems so easy to make.

~Mo~ said...

I would like to try the Choose-a-Filling Crescent Pie, I've never heard of a pie crust made out of Crescent rolls!!

one frugal lady said...

The chick and broccoli pot pies look yummy!
onecheaplady@yahoo.com

JC said...

I'd like to try Oven Baked Pesto Chicken.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

Sweet-and-Spicy Stuffed Chicken

monica said...

I would try the Strawberries and Cream Dessert Squares.
-monica
monicabozsik at yahoo dot com

Alecia said...

sweet potato biscuits

Lauren said...

The "Healthified" Fettuccine Alfredo looks good. I love Fettucine Alfredo, mmm. :D

Clyde said...

This is Mary, There is a recipe on this site that sounds simple and delicious. It is a crock pot cranberry Orange Pork Roast. It's something you could put in before leaving for work and then have with a side of vegetables when you get home. mchanaust@yahoo.com

Melissa said...

I would like to try the pumpkin ginger bars! I love everything with pumpkin this time of year!

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Theresa C said...

I would love to try the Cinco de Mayo Glazed Chicken Wings, I have frozen wings thawing as I type, Thanks for the opportunity.

CarrieL said...

I would go with the Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff. I look forward to doing more with my crockpot!

ggmsmolly said...

I love this site and joined. The Scream Cheese Swirl Brownies Recipe is my favorite.

ggmsmolly said...

I posted the following recipe.

Crock Pot Pumpkin Pie Pudding
15 oz. can solid pack pumpkin
12 oz. can evaporated milk
3/4 cup brown sugar
1/2 cup flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
2 eggs, beaten
2 T. butter, melted
2 tsp. pumpkin pie spice
1 pie crust (not placed in pie pan)
2 T. sugar

Place pumpkin in a large bowl and beat with a spoon to soften. Gradually add 1/4 cup of the evaporated milk, stirring until well blended with the pumpkin. Then add remaining evaporated milk and the 2 T. sugar and the rest of the ingredients except for pie crust, and beat until blended.

Transfer to a 4-quart crock pot coated with non-stick cooking spray. Cover crock pot and cook on LOW for 6-7 hours, until pudding is set when lightly touched with finger. Meanwhile, preheat oven to 375F. Unfold refrigerated pie crust (or make your own crust) and let stand at room temperature for 20 minutes. Gently roll out crust on lightly floured surface until slightly thinner. Using cookie cutter (try turkeys, leaves, pumpkins!) cut out small cutouts. Place on ungreased cookie sheet and sprinkle with sugar.

Bake crust cutouts at 375F. for 8-9 minutes, until cutouts are light golden brown. Remove from cookie sheet and cool on wire rack. Serve pudding warm or cool, garnished with a pie crust cutout to 'fake' pumpkin pie! Or you can crumble up purchased sugar cookies or shortbread and sprinkle those on top of the pudding, so each bite tastes just like real pumpkin pie. Oh, and whipped cream is necessary too. Serves 8