FLASH GIVEAWAY: Fairytale Brownies Mother's Day Brownies & Bars Combo Box, ends 5/9

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I've partnered up with Lynchburg Mama and other bloggers to bring you this giveaway - a Brownies & Bars Combo Box, just in time for Mother's Day! I *love* brownies and sweet treats - at the movies or elsewhere - and I hope you do as well.
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A Little Background


Friends and owners, David and Eileen created a delicious gourmet brownie that is baked with a Dark Belgian Chocolate, Grade AA butter, farm fresh eggs, fluffy cake flour and their touch of magic.

Currently, there are 12 flavors available including:  Original, Caramel, Chocolate Chip, Cream Cheese, Espresso Nib, Mint Chocolate, Peanut Butter, Pecan, Raspberry Swirl, Toffee Crunch, Walnut and White Chocolate. There are so many different boxes that you're sure to find a mixture of several that you will love!

In addition to brownies, they also carry six flavors of cookies and and bars. All of their products are certified kosher! After 20+ years of being in business, I have to say that they are on top of their game with some amazing treats that I simply cannot put down.

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For Mother's Day, I received the Mother's Day Bar & Brownie Combo. This box includes 6 Fairytale Brownies (1 Caramel, 1 Chocolate Chip, 1 Original, 1 Peanut Butter, 1 Toffee Crunch and 1 Walnut) and 9 Fairytale Bars (2 Chocolate Chip Blondie, 2 Pecan Blondie, 1 Raspberry White Chocolate, 2 Cheesecake Swirl, 1 Cinnamon Crumb and 1 Lemon Blondie). 

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Out of all of the bars and brownies that I tried, I have to say that the Cheesecake Swirl is my absolute favorite - it pretty much just melts in your mouth!

Giving Back


Fairytale Brownies proudly supports KaBOOM! - a national, non-profit organization that is dedicated to creating a place to play within walking distance for EVERY child in America! In 2011, Fairytale Brownies funded and created a 3,100-square foot playground in Phoenix, Arizona and since 2001, they have donated over $100,000 in brownie and funds to the organization! We LOVE companies who give back!

Enter to win!


One (1) lucky reader has the chance to win Mom a special Mother's Day Brownies & Bars Combo Box of their own!

All you have to do is enter below. You must be 18+ and a U.S. resident to win. All entries are optional; however, the more you complete, the better your chances!

LM nor any of the sponsoring blogs are responsible for prize fulfillment. The winner will be contacted vie email and will have 24 hours to respond to claim his/her prize. The giveaway ends at 8:00 p.m. CST on 5/9/14. Good Luck!


Comments

  1. My favorite memories of my Mother include back-to-school-shopping expeditions. There were eight of us to shop for so this was quite an adventure.

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  2. I remember my mom reading to me when I was 5 years old. The Poky Little Puppy -- such a good book!
    Dede

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  3. A favorite memory of my mother was catching her doing funny, crazy dance moves when she thought no one was watching.

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  4. Favorite memory of my mother is just the quality time spent together.

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  5. She had such a lovely smile and a sweet gentle voice. It was always so soothing.

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  6. Sadly, I don't have a lot of memories of my mother. I have brain damage that wiped out my memories of any time previous to injury. My mother was a true animal love, which she passed on to me.

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  7. One of my fav childhood memories is when she took me to a theme park for a whole day to do anything and everything I wanted

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  8. She's always there for me, no matter what. :)

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  9. My mom has driven out to my house to take care of me when I have a bad migraine - that means a lot to me

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  10. My mother hates this story, but when I was in first grade there was an Easter bonnet contest at school. She thought they meant a bonnet of frontier times, but she couldn't sew so she fashioned a bonnet for me from a paper sack. All the other kids had on floppy straw hats! But I think it was sweet all the trouble she went through. And I even won a prize for most unique hat so it worked out!

    msmaryjenkins@gmail.com

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  11. There are too many - can't list just one.

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