Maple Syrup giveaway!

Okay – here it is, I am parting with some precious stash πŸ˜€

This syrup was bought at the sugar bush we visited on Saturday.Β  Fresh stuff!

The person picked will receive a 1/2 pint of real, delicious maple syrup.

Rules: The contest is open to anyone no matter where you live!

You have 3 ways to earn an entry.Β  Please leave a separate comment for each.

1.Β  Post a comment about how you will use the maple syrup.

2.Β  Follow me on Facebook! Or post that you already are a friend πŸ˜€

3.Β  Post on your blog about this contest and leave the link below.

That’s it!Β  I will choose the winner with random.org on Friday April 2, 2010 at noon EST. Happy mapling!

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48 thoughts on “Maple Syrup giveaway!

  1. Diane Fit to the Finish

    You don’t have to enter me in this one because I have a whole gallon of maple syrup from VT in my pantry right now! (Courtesy of my dad!)

    I usually use it on pancakes, but I know there are so many other ways to use it. Thanks for the giveaway Lori.
    .-= Diane Fit to the Finish´s last blog ..Giving Up or Gaining? =-.

  2. megan

    Ooo…I could use some. My friend, T, is always giving me a hard time b/c I use fake syrup on my waffles. (Yep, we talk about waffles a lot).

  3. suzanne

    I would definitely put it on top of a bowl of oats that had cocoa nibs and some diced banana in. Maple syrup on top of that? Awesome!

  4. Leah

    If I win, I will save this and give it to my dad for Father’s Day (he’ll have to share with mom though..). He LOVES real maple syrup and has been struggling with steady work for almost two years now because of the recession. Treats are out for them most times right now and this would be a very welcomed gift.

  5. Detje Bea

    I have never tried maple syrup and now that I am eating healthier I would probably use it when I roast vegetables. I like Stacy idea about putting it on salmon since I eat it about 2 to 3 times a week.

  6. runnin4fun

    I would use it on pancakes(of course) and yogurt,smoothies,oatmeal-anything that needs a touch of sweetness! I would love to win this! Thanks Lori. I also really love your blog and read it every night. πŸ™‚

    1. runnin4fun

      I FB friended you too…I’m the person from Atlanta,GA with the unusual name πŸ™‚

  7. Sandi

    I’ve been an oatmeal breakfast girl since I started the weightloss over two years ago. I’ve been thinking about those protein pancakes you make look so good though. I would definitely make those for a special weekend breakfast for the hubby with that syrup :p
    .-= Sandi´s last blog .. =-.

  8. debby

    24 comments! I’ll never win. Oh well, I’ll try anyways. I like to use it in baking, and I guess my favorite way right now is just 1 tsp in 1/2 mashed banana for my protein pancake topping.

    Your picture reminded me that the last thing I bought in Vermont was a bigger container of syrup, and I had to throw it away at the airport because it was over their limit on liquids you could take on the plane!
    .-= debby´s last blog ..Flower Show =-.

  9. Aimee

    I’ve never had real maple syrup. I’m thinking it would be nice on my morning oatmeal.

    P.S. Your hair cut looks great!

  10. Agnes

    I love maple syrup on my banana oatmeal in the morning and with brussels sprouts for dinner. Just mix balsamic vinegar, maple syrup and a little bit of olive oil with the sprouts and roast in the oven.

  11. Dolce

    I just found a recipe for cornmeal pancakes… So, on pancakes. Geez, I am such a traditional person!
    (by the way I discovered your blog through Food Buzz and it’s great! Congrats!)
    .-= Dolce´s last blog ..Surdough White Bread =-.

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  13. MB

    MMMMMMmmmm…real maple syrup is the best. I love when I go out for breakfast in VT and they always ask if you want “real” syrup. The real stuff is thinner than the processed mass-manufactured stuff but a little goes a long way.

    I like to put a drop in my oatmeal and when I (rarely) make pancakes or french toast, real syrup is a must. One of these days I’m going to try making those protein pancakes. They look yummy.

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