Saturday, December 6, 2008

December Blog Event & New Prize Package!

Welcome to December's Cooking with Alicia & Annie blog event! Deadline for this month's submissions is December 31, 2008. If you haven't participated before we are happy to have you join us! Please see the general instructions on November's post for how to participate.

Those who participate for the month of December will be added to the blogroll and will be entered into a drawing to receive this awesome NordicWare Microwave Cookware Set graciously provided by Kid Smart Living!

This bundle includes:
  • 2 sets - 10" plates
  • 48 oz round casserole/bowl
  • 28 oz Oval Casserole
  • 2-cup round dish
  • 2-cup oval dish
  • 2 sets 1-cup round bowls

BONUS - This month, anyone who submits candy or fudge recipes from Alicia's or Annie's will receive TWO entries into the drawing per recipe submitted!

So let's get started :) Visit Alicia's Recipes and/or Annie's Recipes to find recipes. Remember, entries are unlimited, so submit as many times as you like.


  1. Wow, how nice! Maybe I will actually be able to do something this month. :)

  2. 2 Minute Fudge

    1 pound powdered sugar
    1/2-cup cocoa
    1/4-teaspoon salt
    1/4-cup milk
    1-tablespoon vanilla extract
    1/2-cup butter
    1-cup nuts chopped

    1 1/2 quart casserole, stir sugar, cocoa, salt, milk and vanilla together until partially blended (it will be too stiff to blend thoroughly). Put butter over top in center of dish. Microwave at high for 2 minutes or until smooth. If all butter has not melted in cooking, it will as mixture is stirred. Blend in nuts. Pour into a lightly buttered 8 x 4 x 3 inch dish. Chill 1 hour in refrigerator or 20 to 30 minutes in freezer. Cut into squares. Makes about 36 squares.
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  3. hi,
    heres' my entry.

  4. Hey,
    this is my second recipe.
    Both the submitted recipes are from the candy n fudge sections of the Alicia's and Annie's recipie sites.
    Guess that makes it 4 entries. lovin' it! :)


    I'm back for more! :-)

    I tried to make diabetic fudge for my dad. I should have known it wouldn't have been "fudge like" being diabetic, but it just wasn't worth giving to him. It was like creamy, chocolate Jello jigglers with a sacrine aftertaste. My dad isn't THAT good about his diet to be willing to eat that, unfortunatly.

    It looks pretty, though. :-)


    heres' another one Amanda.


    Candied almonds for my coworkers at the hospital. It's nice to have treats on night shift.

  8. Heres' my favourite Amanda--WHITE FUDGE CANDY!

  9. Nice to see some entries this month, I know everyone is busy! I mad ethe Chocolate Ice Cream from Annie's yesterday and it was great

  10. Wow, that sounds exciting. I think I might just enter!


    I made the Christmas Morning Egg Casserole. The kids are out of school for a rare snow day so I tried to make them a special breakfast as opposed to cold cereal.


    My daughter and I made caramel corn from Alicia's site to go along with their teachers gifts at school. We gave them movie theater gift cards along with a pretty little bag of caramel corn and an ornament. It turned out REALLY good!


    I made Breakfast Pizza Recipe with Strawberries for the kids. It was a keeper!


    This was a real help. Easy Pancake mix


    love the most of us do! :)
    made in my microwave and was quick.

    That makes 11!

  16. Double Chocolate Cookies
    These cookies came very moist...

  17. New to the blog event! I'm glad I found it. Just made the Candy Cane Brittle on Alicia's recipes. So easy! I'll be adding more pictures once the brittle is cooled.

  18. I guess its 11 entries from me in total. An auspicios # in hindu mythology. Keeping my fingers crossed for the draw!

    Wanted to wish all a great new year ahead!


  19. I'm happy to announce that the winner was Navita for her Banana Brownies entry! I will be posting the official announcement along with the round up tonight. Congrats!

  20. YAY!!! I won...I am on cloud 9 Amanda.



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