Sunday, November 24, 2013

Key Ingredient Recipe Reader #Giveaway


A perfect gift for Mom, grandma or the pint-sized budding chef in the family, the Key Ingredient Recipe Reader lets home chefs access up to 4,000 recipes at the touch of a screen. The Recipe Reader syncs with a free keyingredient.com account, which allows people to search, download and “cookmark” an unlimited number of recipes online. Just load it with favorite recipes and switch it on. With a color, large-font touch screen feature, built-in-timers, handy substitution and conversion tools, and durable construction that withstands the hazards of a kitchen, the Recipe Reader is a great gift for all the chefs in the family. Retailing at $149, the Recipe Reader is available at www.store.keyingredient.com; www.amazon.com and www.costco.com.

I loved the reader. I had flour all over it that easily wiped off with a wet paper towel. I found a ton of amazing looking dinner ideas from hour prep to a crock-pot prep. I also found a bunch of scrumptious looking desserts. I tried to make one called lemon sponge drops. I changed up the recipe by making the cake part vanilla and flavoring the whip cream strawberry. It was really good! A lot of their pictures are drool worthy! They offer so much more though. It converts measurements for you and also has substitutions you can use. Such as an egg allergy, they have options on how to change out the recipe to make it work for your needs. It's such an easy product to learn and use I love mine. I have used it often and it has become a staple in my kitchen while cooking something new!

Check out this amazing looking turkey!

turkey

Due to the cost of shipping, this giveaway is open to US residents only, ages 18 and older. 
This giveaway will end on December 15th at midnight EST.

GOOD LUCK and have fun!


Disclaimer: Baby and the Chi's is not responsible for prize shipment or fulfillment. I was not compensated in any way for this post, review, or giveaway.

8 comments:

  1. I would love it for making Christmas cookies without having to get out 5 different cookbooks.

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  2. I'd like the perfect recipe for Pot Roast.

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  3. I absolutely love cooking, especially baking. This would be so nice to have and I'd get tons of use from it. It's hard to say just one thing I would like a perfect recipe for so I'll name a few.... A perfect creme brûlée, I have one that's partially a boxed mix that is really good but I would love a completely from scratch one to try. Also, soft chewy brown sugar cookies, a great spice cake, and as simple as this seems, a really great recipe for deviled eggs. I can bake everything, and baking is my specialty but for some silly strange reason I can never get deviled eggs right. Thanks for the chance to win this wonderful item.

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  4. I'd like the perfect recipe for something my kids would eat! They're so picky!

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  5. How to keep chicken really moist

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  6. I would like to have the recipe to make perfect pie crust--I have never been able to make pie crust that was edible.

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  7. I would love to have the "perfect" recipe for baklava.

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