Sunday, December 20, 2015

Sage Spoonfuls Prize Pack Giveaway

Sage Spoonfuls Prize Pack Guest Giveaway

Ends 12/26 US Only


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 This giveaway is sponsored by Sage Spoonfuls and  hosted by Mom Does Reviews & friends.
Did you know that a single jar of organic banana baby food costs upwards of one dollar per jar.  I find this baffling because organic bananas can be purchased for less than a dollar per pound!  Why is that important?
One pound of bananas will make 6-7 jars of baby food when you make your
own banana baby food with Sage Spoonfuls!   That's just ten cents per jar!! 
Sage Spoonfuls offers a complete line of products and tools so parents can easily make, store and transport food for their babies and even the whole family. The cornerstone of the Sage Spoonfuls system is the immersion blender and food processor, which purees or chops food in seconds. Prepared food can be packaged and labeled in just minutes using the brand’s glass storage jars. Sage Spoonfuls is the only brand that offers a homemade baby food system with glass jars. The company’s offers many resources for parents including the brand’s web site, blog and books, which feature hundreds of recipes, tips and useful information.
How exciting!  One lucky winner is going to receive their own Sage Spoonfuls Glass Homemade Essentials Package!  I cannot imagine a better gift to receive than one that will provide a family with a way to make organic foods for their baby, all while saving money!   The winner will receive the Sage Spoonfuls Immersion blender/food processor, Sage Spoonful’s 227pg recipe and guide book, 6 4oz glass storage jars with screw on lids, Sage Spoonful’s pocket guide. Enter below for your chance to win!

ENTER TO WIN!

One lucky reader will win a
Sage Spoonfuls Glass Homemade Essentials Package
The giveaway is open to US, 18+
The giveaway ends 12/26 at 1159p est
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13 comments:

  1. i would make squash first. our son loves it.

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  2. I would make bananas, my kids love them.

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  3. This would actually go to that of a multi-purpose... but the first thing I would make is that of the fruit of the season to which is growing at the time I am selected! May everyone have a wonderful holiday and great New Year!

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  4. Apple sauce would be a great choice for the vitamins.

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  5. I would make some Sweet Potato.

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  6. I would make some applesauce

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  7. I would probably make sweet potatoes or bananas

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