Celebrating 100 Years with Quaker! Review and Giveaway

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Happy 100th Anniversary Quaker Oats! November 19th was the 100th Canister anniversary! We received a ton of things for this occasion including a throwback oats canister, heart shaped measuring spoons, a red oven mitt, baking tags, vintage treat boxes, cookie exchange invitations, a baker’s twine spool, four recipe cards, and a variety of products!  Our family was so excited to get the recipes because we personally love cooking and baking! One recipe we love but was not given to us by the company is Peanut Butter-Chocolate No-Bake Cookies. I’m going to share my recipe because I love it so much!

Peanut Butter-Chocolate No-Bake Cookies

Ingredients:

-2 cups of sugar

-1/2 cup of milk

-1 stick or 8 tbsp of unsalted butter

-1/4 cup of unsweetened cocoa powder

-3 cups of Old-Fashioned Quaker Oats

-1 cup of smooth peanut butter

-1 tbsp of pure vanilla extract

-Large pinch of salt

 

Directions:

1) Line a baking sheet with wax paper.

2) Bring the sugar, milk, and cocoa to a boil on the stove on medium heat. Let it boil for a minute. Stir occasionally.

3) Remove from the heat and stir in the oats, peanut butter, vanilla, and salt.

4) Use a spoon to put even amounts of the batter on the cookie sheet.

5) Let it sit at room temperature for about 30 minutes or until completely hardened. I personally freeze them because my children are too eager to eat them to wait that long. Who are we kidding…. I am too! 😉

With the holidays coming up and everyone baking, we are going to have a Christmas Eve Cookie Exchange with my in-laws. I’m really excited to share my cookies with everyone but also to spend time with family. Quaker doesn’t want to leave anyone out either! We have a giveaway for one lucky winner to receive their own 100th Canister Anniversary kit for you and your family to enjoy! Our family definitely loves the oats and what you can do with them, so we know your family will too!

To Celebrate Quaker Oats 100th Anniversary they are offering to give one lucky winner this wonderful prize pack to hold your very own Cookie Exchange Party! 

·         Heart-Shaped Measuring Spoons – to help add a little love to your holiday baking

·         Red Oven Mitt – always handy to have for baking!

·         “Baked with love” Baking Tags – the perfect way to package up holiday treats for your friends and family

·         Vintage Style Treat Boxes – to make a complete gift package with your baking tags

·         Cookie Exchange invitations – to invite your loved ones to be part of the treat gifting!

·         Red and White Baker’s Twine Spool – for a decorative gift accent

·         A set of four Quaker recipe cards for holiday baking inspiration

·         A variety of Quaker products to stock your pantry for holiday baking

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12/21/15 – 1/3/16 EST at Midnight 

US Residents only 18+. Winner will be announced via email. 

Good Luck!!

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Nikki Review

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Author: Nikki

My name is Nikki. I am a stay at home mom of 4. My oldest is getting ready to head off to college, the other almost in high school. We have 2 little ones also 3 years old and a newborn. I have a passion for writing and I love doing reviews to help other moms like me find the right stuff for my family.

8 Comments

  1. I love peanut butter blossoms and I haven’t had any this year. I need to change that.

  2. We enjoy making all kinds of cookies and desserts over the holidays. Now that I am off school we can get busy making them. I want to make some oatmeal chocolate chip cookies and some red velvet cookie cups.

  3. My favorite holiday cookies are Italian Wedding Cookies (aka Cocoa Wedding Cakes or Snowball Cookies).

  4. Sugar cookies, as long as they are soft 🙂

  5. My favorite holiday cookie is a beautiful decorated sugar cookie.

    kelly tupick

  6. I really like a classic chocolate chip cookies.

  7. I adore gingerbread cookies

  8. My favorite is molasses spice cookies

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