Saturday, December 19, 2009

Frosty Festivities: Ella's Kitchen {GIVEAWAY!!}


Ella's Kitchen has generously offered one of our lucky readers a mixed box of Ella's Kitchen baby/toddler food pouches.
Mandatory entry:
Check out my Ella's Kitchen review and then come back here and tell me something you learned.

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3 Entries: Post about this contest with a link back to our blog AND a link to Ella's Kitchen (Leave a link back to your post in your comment).
1 Entry: Follow us on twitter and tweet this contest. You may do this once daily (always leave the link in your comment).
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Good luck! Contest ends on December 28th at midnight. Winner will be announced December 29th.
Winner will be chosen through random.org.

Please be sure to include your e-mail or have it in your profile so I can contact you if you win. Thanks!

74 comments:

  1. I learned that the pouch has a straw like way to eat it. My daughter would love that.

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  2. I learned Its a unique way of self feeding for your toddler
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  3. Following your blog
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    Would love if you also follow mine if you don't already =)
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  4. subscribed via google reader
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  5. I blogged
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  6. I blogged
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  7. I blogged
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  8. Your button is under my supported sites on right side bar
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    Feel free to add my button to your blog also if its not already there =)

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  9. Your button is under my supported sites on right side bar
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    Feel free to add my button to your blog also if its not already there =)

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  10. I learned that toddlers can eat/drink the stage 1 foods with a straw! :)

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  11. I follow your blog!

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  12. I subscribe!

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  13. Your button is on my blog! (Entry 1)

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  14. Your button is on my blog! (Entry 2)

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  15. I learned that they have a recipe section. I did not know....glad I do now. Thx

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  16. i learned that they have recipes on their site!
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  17. i follow publicly
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  18. That the food is ready to eat out of the packet because it has a built in straw for older babies or toddlers to eat and most of the fruits and veggies are organic

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  19. I've seen these at the store and have been wanting to try them out with my 7 month old! Thanks for the great review and giveaway :)

    From your review, I learned that these are not only designed to be baby/toddler food, but can be used in adult recipes! Awesome!

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  20. I'm subscribed to your blog via reader :)

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  21. I learned that they are organic
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  22. I learned about the very unique way of presenting healthy foods to your kids!

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  23. I love that they have stages as well as all natural ingredients.
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  28. I learned they have nothing added - not even water to dilute!

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  29. blog follower.

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  30. From your review I learned "Ella's Kitchen even recommends mixing them into to recipes for muffins, curry, cheesecake, shrimp, and salad"
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  31. I follow your blog!
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  32. blogged 1 http://clarissaneiding.blogspot.com/2009/12/win-unique-food-at-just-for-me-and-you.html

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  33. blogged 2 http://clarissaneiding.blogspot.com/2009/12/win-unique-food-at-just-for-me-and-you.html

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  34. blogged 3 http://clarissaneiding.blogspot.com/2009/12/win-unique-food-at-just-for-me-and-you.html

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  35. button 1 http://clarissaneiding.blogspot.com/2009/12/win-unique-food-at-just-for-me-and-you.html

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  36. button 2 http://clarissaneiding.blogspot.com/2009/12/win-unique-food-at-just-for-me-and-you.html

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  37. http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/7049278057 tweet

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  38. I learned that they have suggestions for including the foods in recipes on their website.

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  39. I follow via Google Friend Connect.

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  40. I learned you could mix them into recipes for things like muffins- neat idea.
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  41. #1 i added your button to my blog. unpaint.blogspot.com
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  42. #2 i added your button to my blog. unpaint.blogspot.com
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  43. I am following your blog.
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  44. http://twitter.com/cneiding/status/7078610259 tweet

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  45. Oops! Left my comment on the review! I learned that the best fruit to pretest your child is Kiwi because some kids and babies are allergic to this fruit! I never knew that!

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  46. I learned that these can be in adult food as well.

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  48. I learned that The Yellow One is made of organic fruit such as banana, mango, apricots, and apples, nothing else.

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  49. I subscribe to your rss feed in yahoo reader

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  50. I follow in twitter and tweeted

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  51. I have your button in my sidebar

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  52. I have your button in my sidebar

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