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$500 Visa Gift Card Giveaway (plus another to the charity of your choice)

$500 Visa Gift Card Giveaway

UPDATE:  Winner has been announced!  Congrats to Tosh on being randomly chosen as our winner for this giveaway!!!  Check your email!!!

Who wants to win a $500 Visa Gift Card?!!!  This past Thanksgiving I told you how I was carton smart with the new choices I considered for my Thanksgiving day meal here.  I learned all about making smart choices with little waste!

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Tetra Pak wants to inspire people to make small, smart decisions when cooking for their families and stocking their pantries. This starter kit from the Pacific Foods, a brand committed to doing the right thing for you, for the environment, and for their employees, is the perfect way to start this holiday season of thanks.
Products included in the kit are:
• Pacific Foods Organic Pumpkin Puree
• Pacific Foods Organic Jellied Cranberry Sauce
• Pacific Foods Organic Chicken Simply Stock

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In the spirit of Gift Giving this holiday season, SocialSpark chose us to host a giveaway for  a $500 visa gift card and another $500 donation to a charity of the winner’s choice.

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To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment sharing your small, smart recipes that use ingredients in cartons or “smart” entertaining tips that produce great tasting food with little waste.

This contest will end on Sunday, January 12th, 2013.

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  1. My favorite carton ingredients HAVE to be broths….and instant eggs – I LOVE both and use them on a regular basis…the broth is extremely useful in replacing oils and helping with calorie reduction. The instant eggs are just something I really enjoy…they are light tasting and also can be used to save calories in many recipes.

  2. Kim Henrichs says:

    I LOVE Pacific broths and stocks! I use a mix of vegetable and chicken, mixed with some fresh thyme, carrots, celery and onion, then add lentils and pearled barley for a super easy winter soup.

  3. jean olaughlin says:

    I use cartons of chicken broth for a lot of meals. Chicken broth is great to use for the liquid for sauces and gravy. I always use it for my soups. I also use the chicken broth for my chicken and dumplings that I make in the crockpot- so delicious- comfort food-

  4. Thomas Murphy says:

    I use chicken broth from cartons to make soup.

  5. Debra Evanson says:

    I love making soups and use broth from a carton in my recipes

  6. We use canned broth to make chicken and rice. We buy a lot of our groceries in bulk and don’t repackage most of the time to save on packaging waste (and other costs)

    Chicken broth (in the carton)
    Minute Rice
    Chicken breast / canned chicken

    boil the broth add garlic salt and pepper to taste
    add chicken and cook thoroughly
    remove the chicken and dice
    add rice cook to package directions
    add chicken
    call kids to dinner :p

    We also love to use chicken broth to make our mashed potatoes. It makes them way more flavorful without the added fat of adding butter, cream, milk, or gravy to give them flavor.

    Peel Potatoes
    Wash potatoes
    dice potatoes
    boil broth and other desireable spices (garlic, salt, and pepper in our house)
    add the potatoes
    drain-ish and smash away!


  7. I love chicken broth from cartons, we use them in all our Mexican dishes!

  8. I love to use carton broth in soups! Tastes so much fresher.

  9. Carol Lynn says:

    I love using the jelled cranberry sauce year around to make different things. One family favorite is this:

    I make homemade french bread (or you could purchase from bakery). I then prepare a turkey breast or a chicken in the oven. I shred it when cooled, place on the bread with the cranberries, Arugula, Goat Cheese and then I place it in the panini maker – super good!

  10. Harmony B says:

    I use carton chicken broth for mashed potatoes & soups

  11. Bradley d says:

    Anything in a box is a super simple meal starter. I love cooking with broth and love tomato soup in a box. Thanks for the chance.

  12. April Armstrong says:

    I use chicken broth in a carton, noodles, chicken breast, carrots. and a onion to make chicken noodle soup.

  13. to be true i would use some 9 varieties of GedaGudi to cook Quanti

  14. :) I use bread scraps in my french toast casserole

  15. Jill Myrick says:

    I make homemade chicken soup using sodium free chicken broth from a carton.
    Since my husbands heart attack I try to cook everything as fresh and healthy as possible with no added salt. And the sodium free broth is perfect for that.

    Anything that isn’t eaten gets put into the freezer for a quick meal later. So it also makes a perfect no waste dish as well.


  16. Like, like like!

  17. Michele Gioiosa says:

    I use broth in cartons for numerous things from mashed potatoes to chicken noodle soup. It is so convenient and easy to store in the frig. I use it to cut down on calories in recipes.

  18. Elizabeth Wilkins says:

    I make a fantastic chicken n dumping and chicken soup. both use stock in a carton and leftover chicken. the soup also has boxed chicken noodle soup. It is doo good!

  19. In my family we try to use up food before it becomes inedible. Like with bread… if we have left over bread of any type… my family will toss it in the oven on low to toast it up and to dry it out… then we save the dried out bread to be used for stuffing. We eat stuffed chicken year round, not just holidays.

  20. Chavonne H says:

    My smart tip is to make fruit platters which is zero waste because it all is eaten and doesn’t come in any containers and bags.

  21. Jill McHale says:

    I like to ‘go green’ as often as possible! I try to limit the purchase of paper products for parties. One on my favorite tips that I’ve learned? Cute, ornate vases can double as drink pitchers :)

  22. I would love to win

  23. A friend recommended stirring pumpkin puree into hot chocolate, and that’s become our household favorite hot drink this winter!

  24. Joanne Tillery says:

    I use broths in cartons to make my soups and stews

  25. Joanne Tillery says:

    I use broths and whatever else I can in cartons and pouches so they are easy to dispose of and save space

  26. anne perry says:

    I made a vegan Shepard pie last week. I used a carton of organic vegetable broth from the company Imagine. I also make chia seed pudding with a carton of organic almond milk.

  27. I use the broth for my rice. Gives it more flavor!

  28. Jennifer English says:

    I like to use the broth that comes in the larger cartons, that way you can use just the amount you need and refrigerate the rest to use for your next recipe, saves money and is less wastfull.

  29. johna derosier says:

    To make my pumpkin bread and pumpkin pies for the holidays, I start on Halloween by using the jack-o-lantern. I boil the pumpkin, peel off the skin, puree thee “meat” then freeze. no waste at all

  30. Tammy Greer says:

    I use vegetable stock a lot because my daughter is a vegetarian. I make soups and stews with it and it’s yummy and easy.

  31. 1 pound skinless, boneless chicken breast
    1packet fajita seasonin
    1 tablespoon vegetable oil
    (10 inch) flour tortillas1
    A package shredded Cheddar cheese
    A package of bacon or tablespoon bacon bits1
    A package shredded Monterey Jack cheese
    Carton of chicken broth

    Preheat the broiler. Grease a baking sheet. Place the chicken in a bowl of broth and let it sit for ten minutes. Once the chicken is done soaking, Toss the chicken with the fajita seasoning, then spread onto the baking sheet. Place under the broiler and cook until the chicken pieces are no longer pink. If the chicken isn’t pre cut, cut it and then Fry or bake the bacon. wrap the bacon around the chicken. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
    Layer half of each tortilla with the chicken then sprinkle with the Cheddar cheese and Monterey Jack. Fold the tortillas in half and Place onto a baking sheet. Bake quesadillas in the preheated oven until the cheeses have melted, about 10 minutes. ENJOY!

  32. Crista Milholland says:

    I use boxes chicken broth to make noodles and soups

  33. My birthday is next month

  34. If I win I will be the happiest kid ever xD

  35. Acid Phoenix says:

    pick me please

  36. My birthday is next month :D

  37. Mendy Dinsmore says:

    I use broth and tomato sauce in boxes. I love the convenience of using what you need and not wasting the rest.

  38. I actually use Pacific Foods Vegetable Stock to make a gluten free, vegan, paleo butternut squash soup!

    It’s super easy because I also use the pre-cut squash in the refrigerated section at my local grocery store (Whole Foods always has great, fresh cubed winter squash!). I throw it in a roasting pan and roast it in olive oil for about 30-40 minutes, then puree it with Pacific Foods vegetable stock, and transfer to a pot to simmer for a while. For added flavor, you can add canned coconut milk, or roast some fennel along with the squash, or even just sprinkle the top with cinnamon. Super easy, super healthy warming winter soup!

  39. Deidre Adams says:

    Hey how are you? The only thing I have a problem with is Organic foods and what not are kinda expensive. But overall, if my family and I were to change how we eat(healthy), I guess organically speaking, it would be great!

  40. I use Pacific Foods Organic Chicken Simply Stock for chicken soup. You could use it in any crockpot recipes as well. Pacific Foods Organic Chicken Simply Stock could be used with almost anything as a main entree meal.

    You could use Pacific Foods Organic Jellied Cranberry Sauce during Thanksgiving..Perhaps by making tarts or something sweet and put that on it for a kick..or you could use it however you’d like during the holidays.

    You could use Pacific Foods Organic Pumpkin Puree to make a cheesecake..or anything you would like during Fall. Or you could make something yummy and delicious for a Halloween cookies, for an example. Not only would it be fun to do and to enjoy..but your kids will love you for it, too.

    Being creative is key using these wonderful items. Use your imagination. Don’t be afraid to try something new.. ;)

  41. Amber fanguy says:

    Easy crockpot recipe that never goes to waste bc of how good it is :) 2 garlic cloves minced, 1/2 c of brown sugar, 1/2 cup of soy sauce and 6 boneless skinless chicken breasts. Cook on high for an hour an low for 4 hrs. Serve over rice with a salad. Comes out delicious every time!
    Ps I could really use the gift card! Boyfriend just had surgery, we have a one year old, I had heart failure when I was giving birth to her, and I start back college next week. Thanks for doing the giveaway! I’ve never won one.

  42. Melissa Brennan says:

    Smart & healthy! Box cake mix with a can of pure pumpkin or sugar free applesauce makes yummy muffins! Thats all you need! Easier & healthier! :)

  43. Christina says:

    I use broth in a carton

  44. Dawn Thomas says:

    Use boxed broth to make mashed potatoes. Less fat that way!

  45. Jennifer Speed says:

    We make a chicken and noodle dish. It’s chicken wings with celery,egg noodles, and the chicken broth in the carton. We boil the wings for about 30 min, while the wings are boiling we cook the egg noodles in the chicken broth instead of water. After that we put all the ingredients together in one pot.

  46. I use a carton chicken broth, 1 carton of vegetable broth celery, baby carrots , tomato and onion add Sazon and adobe- cook for about 45 minutes and you’ll have a great Soup

  47. I like to use chicken broth from a carton to make a stew, then freeze anything my kids don’t eat and heat it up for later in the week.

  48. Hope i win!

  49. I use various broths from a carton and tomato sauce from a carton! Love that I can keep any leftovers in fridge without having to transfer to another container. You can make delicious creamy tomato soup using a carton of tomato sauce with just a splash of whipping cream and a tbsp of freshly shredded basil. Heat until warm and enjoy!

  50. I use 2 pie shells 1 can of chicken, I can of veg all, 1 can of cream of chicken and chicken stock just enough to thin it out a little and bake for 30 min. Awesome and easy chicken pot pie!!!

  51. Diane Nickel says:

    I love making a pot roast in the crockpot using just a dry packet of lipton onion sip mix and water. Then I use the broth to make my own homemade gravy. So yummy and my family loves it. I could definately use $500. Due in 6 weeks with my 3rd son. Almost 16 years will be between the second and third.

  52. Shannon Twomey says:

    A simple way to add flavor to rice is to cook it in Pacific Foods Organic Chicken Simply Stock while that is cooking sauté some vidallia onion in butter and add to rice when it is done cooking. Everyone loves it.

  53. I use carton broth and stock always. Sometimes just a little splash for the potatoes and a little glug for the crock pot meat. Or the whole thing for a weight watchers cheeseburger soup!

  54. I use bread scraps for my french toast casserole. Recipe on

  55. Giant Sis says:

    I like to make vegetable soup from a broth in a carton… and there’s little waste because I use fresh veggies from the local farmer’s market and give any unusable parts to my grandma for her compost pile!

  56. 1. Tomato soup

    1. Great to mix with cooked rice to make red rice for kids.
    2. Base for my Indian curries. Saute ginger,g. Chilies, fennel seeds in little bit of butter.
    Add preferred veggies ( bell peppers, zucchini), saute.
    Add a cup of lentils
    add tomato soup, garam masala, turmeric – let it boil
    Great daal is ready.

  57. Kristen h says:

    I use chicken broth out of the box for everything. You are so awesome for doing this by the way!!!
    You rock. Thanks again!!!

  58. I make homemade chicken pot pie and use chicken broth from a carton in the recipe. You can use whatever pie dough you like (homemade or store bought) cook your chicken, I use frozen mixed veggies and boil them in some chicken broth with a little water. Add your thickener (either flour mixed with cold water or cornstarch) to the veggie pot. Then add your chicken. Pour it into your pie crust and bake it.

  59. I use boxed chicken broth along with chopped chicken and veggies with soy sauce to make chicken fried rice

  60. Chicken broth from a carton, potatoes sold individually, onions sold individually, milk from a carton, and seasonings to make potato soup. Hubby loves it on cold winter nights. Very little waste material, very yummy meal.

  61. Janna Myers says:

    I love using the carton chicken stock for my homemade chicken noodle soup. But when entertaining I always try and make snacks that are easy and a huge hit so I will have no left overs and everyone is full.

  62. I use pumpkin puree for pumpkin pie. I found the recipe here.

  63. Danalee Davis says:

    I like to use Heavy cream from a carton to make cream of broccoli soups, or any cream soup really. :)

  64. I use it to make chicken noodle soup

  65. I use the Pacific Cream of Chicken Soup to make hashbrown casserole. I love it! So much better than the kind in a can!

  66. My sister and I love pumpkin pancakes, just mix in 2/3 C pumpkin puree to your regular pancake recipe, add some pecans and cinnamon top with warm maple syrup and you are set to go! Psst…don’t forget the coffee! ;) Perfect for this cold weather we’ve been having!

  67. I make chicken noodle soup with chicken broth from a carton! So easy and so little waste!

  68. I use chicken stock to make a healthy base with great flavor for my food.

  69. I make a vegetable soup with boxed beef broth.

  70. Marin Mandrick says:

    I use chicken broth from the carton for my chicken noodle soup, and it is great! Whatever I don’t use I can save for later

  71. I use chicken broth to make lighter mashed potatoes!

  72. I like to use chicken broth in a carton, especially when I make my homemade cornbread dressing. I never know how much broth I will need, so I can easily store any leftover broth in the carton in the fridge.

    shanna at mom caboodle dot com

  73. I recently found out that Pacific Foods Organic soups are gluten free. I’m excited to find a recipe that uses them and try them out.
    I did use box broth this Thanksgiving for stuffing for my family (I’m gluten free) They liked it that way.

  74. I use chicken broth from a carton in my stuffing
    thanks for the great giveaway :)

  75. I love using the Chicken Stock in my crockpot to cook my Pork Roast all day. I always add potatoes in with it so that they soak up the chicken stock and give my mashed potatoes a wonderful flavor! Buying the stock in the box saves me from having to buy a whole bunch of little cans… Instead I just have one box and it’s enough for the whole meal! My daughter usually sneaks off with the box when I’m done cooking and cleans it out and uses it for the next craft project she’s coming up with! She can’t do that with cans because she could cut herself after they’re open.

  76. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I use chicken broth in a carton to make my meatball and chicken soup.

  77. I use the corn chowder in a carton from Costco as a base for my chili. I would love to win!

  78. Kathy Dunaway says:

    I use “carton” broths to make my soups. It’s very quick,healthy and great tasting.

  79. I use chicken broth in a carton of veggie to make rice instead of water. So good!

  80. I use the broth to make veggie soup. Just broth and whatever veggies that I have in the fridge.

  81. Brandy Lee says:

    I only use broth that comes in cartons for all cooking, much better than the cans. I also buy in bulk at sams club and use a food saver to seal up extras. I always have tons of staples on hand then to make things for when I entertain. also you can reuse the bags or recycle them in some areas.

  82. Sharon Sehorn says:

    Love the jellied cranberry for my meatballs. I mix it with cocktail sauce and warm the meatballs in the crock pot. They are so good!

  83. Rick Jones says:

    Sorry noticed my email was wrong in my other post. We like to flavor mashed potatoes with the broth in csrtons It enhances the flavor and guests love it. Also you can use a little or a lot.

  84. Rick Jones says:

    We like to use the Carton broth to flavor mashed potatoes. It enhances the flavor and company always loves it. Plus we can use a little or a lot.

  85. I love to use the boxed broth. You can use the amount you need and refrigerated the rest. No can and no waste!

  86. I use the chicken broth in a carton to make chicken noodles….

  87. I make chicken noodle soup using chicken broth out of carton. I just use noodles and chicken besides that. I try to limit all waste so I am glad I love the flavor of chicken broth.

  88. Christa Behnke says:

    I use a lot of chicken stocks in my soups and beef broth when cooking roast. making everything so delicious with outstanding flavors!

  89. Debra Sauvageau says:

    I take leftover chicken, chop it into smaller pieces,add a package of stuffing,stir in 2 cartons of broth and bake at 350 for 15 minutes…no waste and quick

  90. Elizabeth Parker says:

    My smart tip is not to go all out and waste money. Try to create dishes around items you already have in the cabinet, fridge or pantry. I have found that more is wasted when you try to go all out and buy stuff specifically for entertaining.

  91. I love stock in a box! I use it for all of my soups, like Loaded Potato,Lasagna soup and Tortilla Soup!

  92. Valorie Gibson says:

    I make ham and beans with left over ham and ham bone and the carton of stock plus some water. Delicious.

  93. I LOVE chicken and beef stocks in cartons. I make a TON of crock pot soup recipes and they all use stock of some sort. Loaded baked potato soup is my favorite!

  94. Robin Adkins says:

    I use broth in a carton for simple chicken and dumplings, chicken noodle or potato soup.

    Potato Soup:
    5 medium potatoes, cut into small squares
    1 small onion, chopped
    1 Box chicken broth
    1/2 cup milk
    salt and pepper to taste
    Shredded cheese, bacon, sour cream- optional

    Cook potatoes and onions in broth until tender, stir in milk, salt and pepper. Top with optional toppings if you like.

  95. Denise Donaldson says:

    We use beef broth in a carton for our soup stock


  96. I use chicken broth in the carton, too… For crockpot potato soup that my family loves so much.and my best tip to minimize waste while entertaining is to use lots of veggies that you grow yourself :-)

  97. That is so cool!

  98. Chelsea Spurgeon says:

    When I have leftovers, I refrigerate them and use them for meals throughout the week at school. I’m in college, so when I make extra of something, I make sure it gets eaten. I’m not going to waste it!

  99. We grow our own tomatoes and can them. No overhead cost and reusable packaging.

  100. Mia DenticeCarey says:

    Whenever I have turkey or chicken I always use the leftovers (meat

    • Mia DenticeCarey says:

      Whenever I have turkey or chicken I always use the leftovers (meat & veggies) to make pot pies & soup. I use broth from the carton to cut the gravy then make soup with the remaining broth

  101. Ali Lichford says:

    I use chicken broth in a carton to make crock pot chicken and dumplings. It’s super easy and so delicious!

  102. ellen casper says:

    I use pumpkin puree in a carton for my pumpkin nut bread topped off with a cream cheese frosting.

  103. When cooking your favorite Cous Cous or Rice, cook it in organic chicken stock. It gives it an amazing flavor! When done with the chicken stock, you can clean out the carton and turn it in to a craft project for kids. Mine decorated it and turned it into a piggy bank!

  104. I use beef and chicken broth almost religiously! It’s how I soften my meat, I just cook it in the broth until it’s disappeared, and the meat is tender! I also like the make soup and chili with broth’s!

  105. Thomas Ticknor says:

    I make a cheesecake that is great for parties and entertaining that uses 4 ingredients, cool whip, cream cheese, sugar and graham cracker crumbs and fresh fruit topping if you so choose so there is very little waste involved and it tastes awesome. I reuse the cool whip and cream cheese containers so there is no waste there. the sugar is also in a plastic container so that will get reused when empty. The only real waste is the box that the graham crackers come in if it could be used for some thing I would probably use it but it is kind of flimsy.

  106. Michelle Cheronecook says:

    I always use the carton of chicken broth when making dressing. So much waste savings compared to all the cans I would need.

  107. the best meals I make are with fresh ingredients from the produce and meat sections of my grocer – very little waste at all! Thanks for the chance at this fantastic giveaway; sure could use it :)

  108. nancy bowers says:

    “smart” entertaining tip that produces great tasting food with little wast: pumpkin whoopie pies

  109. Heather Panjon says:

    I Love Making Chicken N Dumplings Using Chicken Stock From The Carton. A Great Recipe That Starts With A Box!

  110. Shawnacee Marshall says:

    I prefer to make as much as I can from scratch and then any “trash” parts of veggies, fruit, breads, and pretty much anything but meat goes to my parents house to be fed to their pigs. Meat scraps go to their barn cats. In exchange we get fresh meat. Plus we have another local farmer we do the same with.

  111. I always buy my broth in the carton.

  112. Kristina C. says:

    I occasionally buy organic low sodium chicken stock in a carton to make soups and enhance flavors while sauteing stir fry meals.

  113. Thank You for the opportunity.

  114. Show me the $$$$

  115. jodi goins says:

    i like to use the box makes dumplings so easy to make and taste so yummy.i also love to make homemade sgetti for a big crowd.i use my grandma recipe and we usually dont have any left but if we do i can freeze the sauce and use it for a quick supper one night

  116. Jen Haile says:

    I make a veggie lentil soup with vegetable stock in the carton!

  117. jeri boss says:

    i use broth in a carton

  118. Candice Cuellar says:

    Who doesn’t love a giveaway?!?!?

  119. Kathleen Houston says:

    thanks for all the info and great tips!

  120. Allison Downes says:

    I use Pacific Chicken Stock to make chicken noodle soups and other soups/stews.

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!


  121. I can make a pretty simple spaghetti sauce using very little waste. I can use Dei Fratelli Truly Finely Chopped Tomatoes that come in a carton. Then I add some herbs that I grew and dried from my garden, and some ground beef that we purchase from a local farmer. And If I’m really feeling enthusiastic, I’ll make my own pasta with just a little flour, water and salt!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  122. Awesome! Thank you for doing the give a way!

  123. I use pumpkin puree to make pumpkin cheesecake.

  124. My small, smart recipe is I make a veggie soup using broth from a carton and add rice and canned veggies.

  125. steve weber says:

    I make a super easy mexican chicken recipe

    you can use boneless breasts or tenderloins
    a carton of chicken broth
    mexican spices

    put that all in the crockpot on low for 4 hours.. and it’s delicious.

  126. Becky Peters says:

    My family and I use broth from a carton to keep our turkey moist on thanksgiving and Christmas Day. I also have just fallen in love with almond milk which comes in a carton. I love that all of these items can be used down to the very last drop and then I can put them in the recycling can!!

  127. susan smoaks says:

    I like to make chicken pot pie with chicken broth that comes from a carton. the recipe is simple and it’s delicious!

  128. rayraycartucci says:

    I use chicken stock in my Italian rice and meatball soup…it also uses tomato juice!

  129. I use chicken broth in a carton to make risotto…so good!

  130. pamela jablonski says:

    I use chicken broth (pacific, usually) from a carton for potato soup (mixed with instant potatoes and some fresh) It is an easy dinner for when you are out of time or have no ideas! You can add bacon and cheese, too!

  131. I use Pacific Foods Organic Chicken Simply Stock whenever I’m making chicken noodle soup! It’s makes it super easy and super yummy! My kiddos LOVE IT!

  132. I use chicken broth from cartons to make homemade chicken noodle soup.

  133. Kim Henrichs says:

    I have a very simple recipe for lentil soup that uses two cartons of veggie broth, onion, celery, lentils and thyme. I always keep cartons of broth on hand and I have this pumpkin as well from Pacific and I love it!

  134. Lisa Brown says:

    Carton pureed pumpkin is perfect to use in a pumpkin spiced smoothie, or to use in a pumpkin cheesecake.
    jslbrown_03 at yahoo dot com

  135. Stephanie Borne says:

    This site is awesome. :)

  136. I always keep a carton of chicken broth in the fridge to use in quick pasta recipes. Just yesterday I made chicken florentine out of left over routiserrie chicken and spinach I needed to use before it went bad, adding my chicken broth, butter, basil, garlic, onions, and tomatoes. It was divine!

  137. Teresa C. says:

    I make a great italian stew that uses all fresh vegetables and my Swanson Low Sodium broth out of the carton.

  138. Doorsie Morrison says:

    Veggie Casserole
    Steamed mixed veggies-broccoli/cauliflower/carrots
    Boxed cream of mushroom soup
    water chestnuts
    Assemble & top with shredded cheddar cheese & ritzy crackers! :)
    Thank you for the chance!

  139. Sharon Nelson says:

    I use the pumpkin puree to make Pumpkin Sugar Cookies. So yummy! Awesome giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity.

  140. My recipe is extremely easy.
    Mashed Potatoes with the use of shelf milk and container box chicken stock. Choose your preference of potato. I used real. Peel your potatoes. Rinse both the potatoes and the peels. We save the peels in a canning jar and freeze for a future meal and bake as a fry alternative. Mix your potatoes with the shelf milk we use about 1/4 c or add as needed to make it creamy. Add about 1/2 c of shelf container chicken brooth and mix. Sometimes we add a little butter and salt and pepper to taste.

  141. I make homemade party mix and put in paper boxes that can be recycle. My secret is 5 TBS Worcestershire sauce.

  142. I love using organic or all natural checken stock in cartons for soups, crockpot meals and more. If I’m not using the entire carton, they seal well for future use.

  143. We always host everything and my tip is to create bite size foods that people can pick up and eat while still walk around and have a conversation, we never have left overs, and if we do, my kids are sure to eat them because they are small! Great examples are sliced up cucumbers, crackers, cherry tomatoes, cheese cubes, baby carrots, you name it!

  144. The last time we had people over, I made soup in the Crock Pot. I love getting broths in cartons and using it for my soup recipes. That way I can use whatever part of the carton I want and save the rest for later. Beats cans by a mile!

  145. Pick me could def use is for my daughters 1st birthday:)

  146. Tabathia B says:

    I love making homemade chicken noodle soup using chicken broth in the carton and frozen veggies and left over chicken on the stove top and I have made using the crockpot and I also enjoy making a loose version of pot pie using broth and leftover chicken breast (versus using thighs) in the crockpot using frozen veggies

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

  147. Richard Hughes says:

    I would love to win!

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