Sunday, February 1, 2009

Southhaven Farms Review and Giveaway


Mixes are so easy. Easy is good for me. So is healthy. Southhaven Farms have mixes that are easy and healthy! I tried their Chocolate, Multi grain, and Oat Bran mixes and was in awe. They are all natural, whole grain and unsweetened and all you need to do is add your sweetener ( I used honey) and milk and yogurt. There is no oil or eggs involved and the treats taste so good but also wholesome. With the Oat Bran I made muffins and was even able to make more than the box suggested. The boys gobbled them up. I made a chocolate cake with the chocolate baking mix. I LOVE chocolate and this was oh so good.
If you would like to win a Chocolate, Multi grain and oat bran mixes than leave me a comment telling me a tip that you have heard or do to make cooking a little healthier.


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Giveaway ends Feb. 7th 11:59 pm.
And if you purchase a minimum of $35 worth of products, use couponcode SPEND35UPSFREE19 and UPS Ground shipping is free. Cool!


43 comments:

  1. use locally grown seasonal fruit instead of imports that have been picked before they are ripe and sprayed with who knows what.

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  4. When I cook, I use applesauce instead of oil 100%! It is much healthier than using oil and works wonderfully!

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  5. Sometimes you can substitute applesauce for some oil. donna444444@yahoo.com

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  6. I am a follower.
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  7. I tweeted about your giveaway:

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  8. I blogged: http://momonamission2008.blogspot.com/2009/02/giveaways-of-note.html

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  9. I use applesauce instead of oil.

    knittingmomof3 (AT) gmail (DOT) com

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  10. I am a follower.

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  11. When I cook (other than baking) and a recipe calls for salt, I either omit it or add a lot less than the recipe calls for. Don't even notice a difference.

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  12. I substitute half the oil for applesauce and always reduce the amount of salt that I use in almost everything!
    pma_devri@hotmail.com

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  13. OMG I love Southaven Farm mixes and some of my recipes are even on their website!!! I was one of the first people to suggest to the owner of the company to use sugar free syrups in place of some of the water when making the muffins!
    You can add some sugar free canned fruit too! They are YUMMY!
    Thanks for a super healthy and delicious giveaway!
    Leslie
    LeslieVeg@msn.com

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  14. I'm a follower!
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  15. Just gave you a tweet on Twitter and here is the link
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    Leslie
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  16. I make flour from white beans and use it as part of my flour in any recipe. Kids won't eat a bean soup, but they'll eat cookies with bean flour in them :)

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  17. egg whites instead of whole eggs, applesauce for oil and whole grain anything

    thanks

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  18. I just made a chocolate cake from a mix just adding 2 cups of pureed pumpkin and baking as usual.
    slrdowney at hotmail dot com

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  19. I use applesauce instead of oil in my baking. I also add hydrated Textured Vegetable Protein to my ground meat to make it stretch.

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  20. I use applesauce instead of oil in cake mixes

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  21. I use light olive oil in cake mixes, and fry in olive oil instead of vegetable. When I make Chicken Parmesan, I use wheat pasta and bake the chicken instead of frying.

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  22. I use applesauce in place of oil when baking breads, muffins, etc. Works like a charm!

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  23. I use applesauce instead of butter in muffins, cakes and sweet breads.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

    kimspam66(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  24. I use half sugar/half splenda in some of my recipes. I also substitute some of the oil with applesauce. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity.

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  25. Cook with olive oil... Thanks for the chance.

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  26. I use extra virgin olive oil instead of vegtable oil.

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  27. I am a subscriber :)

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  28. I use applesauce instead of oil. I use half wheat flour/half white flour instead of all white flour.
    kmcw2002@hotmail.com

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  29. I'm a follower
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  30. I often substitute up to 1/2 cup of wheat germ for flour in recipes.

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  31. I cook with olive oil. I use organic whenever I can. I use raw local honey. I get fresh eggs. In the summer I use home grown veggies or from the farmers market. I'm sleep & can't think of anything else at the moment :)

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  32. I'm a new Follower!

    Nancy
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  33. When baking, you can usually substitute up to half the fat in a recipe with unsweetened applesauce. Also in most baking recipes you can reduce the amount of oil used with no problem. Of course, spray your pans with non-stick cooking spray to save some more calories!

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  34. When baking I subsitute the required oil or butter with apple sauce. You can't tell the difference.
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  35. I am a follower.
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  36. I stock up fruits in season and freeze them. That way I have fruits year round without paying more when they're out of season. They work great in milk shakes!

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  37. I add some ground flaxseed in to add healthy omega-3's.

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