Hiya folks! I was planning to show you the brownies I made for a friend today, but instead the opportunity arose for me to offer those of you living in the US or Canada the chance to win a $50 gift voucher for any of CSN’s 200+ online stores. I’m guessing that many of you will be interested in the kitchen appliances that CSN sells, but you could also buy yourself some swing sets. You know, in case you’d like to have the feeling in your tummy of swinging up, up, up, higher, higher, higher, instead of the feeling in your tummy of having eaten eight peanut butter cookies in a row. Your call.
Here is how you can enter (each of the following actions counts as a separate entry):
- Leave a comment on this post telling me what you might buy from CSN if you win.
- Follow me on twitter (my username is wayfaringchoc), and leave a comment here telling me that you did so.
- Link to this giveaway on twitter or your blog (if you have one), and leave a comment here telling me that you did so.
As I mentioned, this giveaway is (sadly) open only to US and Canadian residents. I hope to one day host a giveaway open to absolutely everyone, but that might have to wait until I have a teensy bit more disposable income and can host it myself. Until then, CSN has your American and Canadian backs.
Entries close midnight March 7th, Australian Eastern Standard Time. US and Canadian peeps, I’m going to trust in your ability to google when that is for you, as there are so many different time zones in your respective countries that my mind goes ZAP-SQUISH-PING when I try to work it out.
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Now, on an entirely unrelated note, I thought I’d share my favourite recent smoothie creations because everyone in the world has an equal opportunity to like, loathe, or recreate them, regardless of geographic location.
I dub this one The Charcoal Smoothie.
Frozen banana, frozen blueberries, spinach, non-dairy milk, agave, vanilla extract, ice, cinnamon, and (sometimes) vanilla protein powder. This smoothie is pretty much the awesome.
This one I call Pinky And The Brain. It’s made of pear, frozen raspberries, vanilla extract, chocolate protein powder, and ice. I’ve also made this one with the addition of raw carrot. Vita-Mix, I love you.
This Weet-Bix Golden Crumble cereal, on the other hand, did not emerge from my blender. However, the “bites” smell deliciously like Anzac biscuits, and work well as mini sandwiches when squished together with sunflower seed butter.
I just thought you needed to know that.