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Green Giant Prize Pack



Hey Neighbors!

Here is one I think you will all like!  It is a Green Giant Prize Pack from Green Giant and My Blog Spark.  I received a nice, white serving bowl, a Green Giant Serving Spoon, a really nice apron, and a coupon for a bag of Green Giant Seasoned Steamers.  Just look below.


The Green Giant Steamers are available in six different varieties.  I chose the Tuscan Seasoned Broccoli.  It was GREAT!  Yes, I will be buying it again.  It is broccoli with Paremsan cheese and Tuscan inspired seasoning.  Soooo good!  You can also choose from Mediterranean Blend, Brussel Sprouts, Honey Roasted Sweet Corn, Honey Dijon Carrots, and Backyard Grilled Potatoes.  These are one of the first sauce free seasoned vegetables to bring chef-inspired seasonings and premium cut vegetable blends to your dining room table.  You can visit here to print off a $1.00 off coupon. We are planning on trying other Steamers!


I just want to say here, real quick, I like the apron.  It has an adjustable neck, and ties in the back.  And it is well made.  We will be using the serving bowl and spoon regularly too as we have guests right now.



Don't those look good?  I am really looking forward to trying more. I am thinking the Backyard Grilled Potatoes.


One neighbor will receive a Green Giant Prize Pack!  Oh, and be sure to "Like" Green Giant on Facebook.

“Disclosure:  The coupons, information, and gift packs have been provided by Green Giant®through MyBlogSpark.”


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Comments

Coolestmommy said…
Love Green Giant veggies to start with. Fresh, great quality. Can't wait to try these steamers out!
scottsgal said…
the Mediterranean blend looks very good
Debbie said…
Tuscan seasoned broccoli
Ruth said…
I am very fond of Brussel sprouts so that is what I choose.
lisagee1234 said…
Brussels Sprouts are my fave.


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carolwegs said…
I would love to try the brussesl sprouts. Thanks!!
DEBIJOT said…
I like the honey dejon carrots.
ShellyH said…
I would love to try their Brussel Sprouts for sure! Pretty nifty that you steam them in the bag!
debijackson said…
brussel sprouts ......yum debbie jackson
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Kathy said…
Backyard Grilled Potatoes
andrea v said…
I'd like to try the carrots
Julie said…
Honey roasted sweet corn!
Momma Told Me said…
I'd like to try the backyard grilled potatoes.
Lexiquin said…
I would like to try the Backyard Grilled Potatoes. Thanks for the giveaway!
Colleen Maurina said…
I would like to try their Brussels Sprouts.
candy said…
the sweet corn wilcarvic
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tawndam said…
Tuscan Seasoned Broccoli sounds great
Kimberly said…
Honey Dijon Carrots
Allison Downes said…
I want to try the Tuscan Seasoned Broccoli

Thanks for the great giveaway!
Unknown said…
MEDERANIAN MIXED VEGGIES
the Brussel Sprouts with pepper
Thank you for hosting this giveaway

I would like to try:

Tuscan Seasoned Broccol
Anne N. said…
The honey roasted sweet corn love to try!
Rachel M said…
The seasoned Brussel Sprouts sound great!
luckynordberg said…
Backyard grilled potatoes

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cman said…
Broccoli and cheese sauce.
I'd love to try their Mediterranean Blend!
Unknown said…
Tuscan Seasoned Broccoli. Yum!
Unknown said…
well if we won we would have to go for our favorite--Tuscan seasoned broccoli --Its a hit here!!

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