Giveaway: Musselman’s Healthy Picks Applesauce (Closed)

Healthy Picks Group ImageRemember my review on the Musselman’s Healthy Picks Apple Sauce in Key Lime Cupuacu, Blueberry Pomegranate, and Rasberry Acai?  Well, the lovely peeps over at Musselman’s is offering  Healthy Picks Applesauce prize package to TWO lucky Skinny Plate readers.  The prize pack will include:

1) One canvas Musselman reusable bag (I use it as a lunch bag)
2) One pack of Key Lime Cupuacu
3) One Pack of Blueberry Pomegranate
4) One Pack of Rasberry Acai

There are many ways to enter this giveaway:

1) Leave a comment below and tell me which of the 3 flavors you would like to try the most (1 entry)
2) If you have a blog, link back to my giveaway and leave a separate comment with the link OR If you do not have a blog, leave a separate comment about your best creation using applesauce as an ingredient  (1 entry)
3) Tweet about my giveaway and leave a separate comment saying you did (1 entry)

Maximum of 3 entries per person. Open to all U.S residents. Contest ends on Wednesday, August 12, 2009 at 11:59 PM PST. I will randomly pick two (2) winners and announce it on Thursday, August 13, 2009. Good luck to everyone.

Edit: I accidentally cut the giveaway a day short because I thought it was Thursday already. I apologize for the mess up. Winners have been announced already.



Filed under Giveaway, Snacks, WW: 1

62 responses to “Giveaway: Musselman’s Healthy Picks Applesauce (Closed)

  1. lookingforserenity

    I would like to try the raspberry one :)

  2. I’d love to try the raspberry acai one since I love anything with raspberries :)

  3. I would love to try the Key Lime Cupuacu, it sounds yummy!

    micaela6955 at msn dot com

  4. Raspberry Acai please! I’m going to tweet you as well!

  5. Autumn B.

    the raspberry one sounds SO delish!

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  6. Autumn B.

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  7. All the flavors sound amazing. But since I’m in love with blueberries, I’d have to say Blueberry Pomegranate is the one I’d be interested in trying first… ;)

  8. Krystina

    Yum! I would love to try the raspberry acai.

  9. I love applesauce in my pancake mix, especially strawberry pancakes….YUM.

  10. Echo710

    All of the flavors sound good, but I am most curious about the Key Lime flavor. Sounds refreshing, and I’ve never seen that flavor in applesauce. (I’m guessing I will like it, just because I like almost all applesauce.)

  11. key lime sounds intriguing!
    by the way – did you get my email saying i never got yours? i still haven’t gotten your address!!!

  12. finally got your email – will be sending it out soon!!!

  13. broccolihut

    Blueberry pom sounds great–so many antioxidants!

  14. Renee G

    The Key Lime Cupuacu one sounds great to me.

  15. G

    Love to try the blueberry-pom

  16. Key Lime Cupuacu!! Because I already have the other two… I love this stuff. ;)

    <3 <3

  17. Betty Q

    oh wow :P i’ve never actually tried anything key lime would love to finally try it

  18. Jil

    I already love the blueberry, want to try the key lime this time around!

  19. Casey

    The blueberry pomegranate sounds delicious!

  20. I would love to try blueberry pomegranate – YUM!

  21. My favorite creation made with applesauce is to use it to bulk up my oatmeal. It adds a ton of volume for very few calories. Sprinkle with cinnamon – delicious!

  22. I have heard that the Key Lime Cupuacu is awesome! And it sounds awesome!

  23. Definitely Raspberry Acai! :D

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  25. Megan

    I would be most interested in trying the Key Lime Cupuacu. I adore key lime pie so I am very curious to see how similar this apple sauce flavor is.

  26. Megan

    My all time favorite recipe that uses apple sauce is called apple spice coffee cake. It is amazing, and totally represents fall. :)

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  28. JW

    I want to try the blueberry one!

  29. JW

    I don’t have a blog but would love to use these in my muffin recipes!

  30. emily l

    The blueberry pomegranite!

  31. Cute! They are starting to make kid’s food so much better than it used to be.. makes me happy!

    I would love to try the Key Lime flavor. I haven’t met a Key Lime I didn’t like yet! ;)

  32. Hmm.. best apple sauce recipe would definitely go to my apple pie shakes. The Magic Bullet really is the ultimate party machine =D

  33. mia

    Key Lime Cupuacu sounds really good!

  34. balancejoyanddelicias

    I’d love to try blueberry pomegranate, key lime flavor and the original one! ;)

  35. emily

    i would love to try the key lime. does it taste like pie?

  36. emily

    i like to use applesauce in my cakes. It didnt change teh taste of a rich mexican chocolate cake i made and it decreased the fat in the recipe.

  37. Jil

    Blueberry please. :)

  38. Lethea Benson

    Raspberry Acai is the one I’d love to try=)Thanks so much!

  39. Lethea Benson

    I like to make a coffee cake that uses applesauce as an ingredient! Yummy=)

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  41. Hello! I’d definitely want to try the key lime flavor!

  42. Would definitely love to try the Blueberry Pomegranate! I’ll link back in my next post!

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  45. I’d love to try the Key Lime Cupuacu…lime is one of my favorite flavors.

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  47. Mmm, blueberry pomegranate for sure!

  48. krittie

    I would LOVE to try the Key Lime flavor!

  49. annalene

    The Raspberry Acai sounds really good. I don’t normally like raspberry, but I love it in applesauce! Great flavor choices! :)

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