Saturday, October 22, 2011

Vegan Mofo Giveaway Number 4: 30 Day Vegan Challenge, Butterscotch Chips



For newbie vegans or those of you are interested in trying it out, The 30 Day Vegan Challenge, is the perfect book. If you haven't looked out any of Colleen Patrick-Goudreau's books, please do. I use The Joy of Vegan Baking frequently. The gingerbread scones are my favorite holiday treat. For a chance to win this book, or some delicious butterscotch chips from Vegan Essentials, please see details below. 


The two winners will be chosen next Saturday, October the 29th. One for the 30 Day Vegan Challenge and one for butterscotch chips.

The winners are: Kala (Vegan Craftastic) won butterscotch chips and Ashley F. won a copy of 30 Day Vegan Challenge. Congratulations!

Here is how you enter:

1) First subscribe to my blog. If you are already a follower, skip to step 2
2) Write in the comments what you would make with vegan butterscotch chips
3) For extra entries into the contest, like Growing Up Veg on FB, follow me on tumblr (http://veganmomma.tumblr.com), and twitter (@Vegan_Momma).
4) You can get an extra entry for tweeting or reblogging this contest too!

Please note shipping to domestic addressees only.

46 comments:

  1. I would totally add these to some choc walnut cookies....

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  2. Chocolate and butterscotch chip cookies!

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  3. Subscribed! I would totally make butterscotch chip pancakes! Ahhh its making my mouth water!

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  4. & sent a request on twitter, couldn't find you on tumblr though it told me 'i didn't have permission to access' GRUMBLE!

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  5. Subscribed! I think I would make some butterscotch - chocolate chip cookies!

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  6. I would make oatmeal-butterscotch cookies!

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  7. How could I not first want to make some butterscotch chocolate chip cookies? Then I would dive into other fun experiments!

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  8. Butterscotch fudge!! I keep hearing tell of vegan butterscotch chips, but have been unable to find any. I haven't had my mum's butterscotch fudge since going vegan so many years ago.

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  9. Oh my... I have a great recipe for butterscotch bars and can make them vegan! I also need to check out the 30 Day Vegan Challenge. I am up for it.

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  10. I'm a new follower of your blog and I would make cookies with the chips! Thanks for the chance to win :)

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  11. What a great blog! I am now subscribed and "like" it on Facebook. I would follow the dandies marshmallows, brownies, and butterscotch chip tip I read on Get Sconed!

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  12. I am subscribed, and following you on FB, Twitter, and Tumblr. I tweeted about the giveaway. And maybe I'll try butterscotch chip muffins!

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  13. I would LOVE to win this book...or the butterscotch cookies :) Thanks for the opportunity! I already subscribe to your blog, but via a reader...I know you can't track that down as easily as someone that subscribes by email, but does it count? I would make butterscotch chip cookies.

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  14. I follow you on twitter too! :) @martielou

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  15. I also follow you on Twitter (@las_dos_ashleys)

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  16. Butterscotch is one of my favorite things, but of all the things I'd like to make with the chips I think I'd start with good, old fashioned chocolate and butterscotch chip cookies!

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  17. I think I would make butterscotch blondies or some pecan butterscotch cookies. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  18. I'd make Butterscotch Nut Fudge and Blondies with the butterscotch chips.

    jerseygirl1351at aoldotcom

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  19. forgot to mention that I'm an email subscriber to your blog.

    jerseygirl1351at aoldotcom

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  20. I like you on facebook.

    jerseygirl1351at aoldotcom

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  21. As a kid I always made butterscotch blondies, I would love to have a vegan version!

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  22. Tweeted: http://twitter.com/#!/coniecone/status/128218971345399808

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  23. I totally want to just eat them by the handful!! A very close second would be to bake them into brownies! I think we used to call them Blondies!

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  24. I requested to follow you on Twitter!! @ocean_mary

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  25. my idea was butterscotch blondies, too! yum!

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  27. already "like" you on facebook (as nicolette taylor).

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  28. butterscotch coconut milk oatmeal with with bananas might make for some night time feel-good food

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  29. I subscribe! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  30. I would totally make blondies...fingers crossed!

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  31. I like you on FB and follow you on twitter!

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  32. Hi! Just found you through a VegKins link - I'm in Mpls also and have an 8 mo. old, we weren't at the potluck - will be at the CAA T-day potluck on the 19th though!
    Just subscribed to your blog...

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  33. ...and liked you on FB - Kelly Johnson =)

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  34. ...and what would I make? Hmmm I've never cooked with butterscotch chips before, but they'd probably be great in an oatmeal cookie!

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