Dun dun dunnnnnn!!!
The moment we have all been waiting for is here! Even I was super giddy last night clicking the button to randomly choose the winner of the Annie’s Homegrown Giveaway! I wanted to take the time to make an entire post out of this because well it’s exciting, fun and everyone deserves a huge THANK YOU!
Let’s just say I am feelin sentimental. I wanted to thank everyone for taking the time to participate in the awesome giveaway hosted by Annie’s. This blog would be nowhere without all my fellow readers, supporters and sponsers. This blog all started as a way for me to express my passions and a place to go to when I needed to escape the chaos of life, and just get lost in a recipe.
Now it has become a way for me to reach out to the community and conenct with people who share the same inspirations, goals and weird food obsessions. All I can hope for is to continue to create recipes that you all will love and share fun giveaways like this so you can benefit from the healthy lifestyles we all aspire to create.
And lastly, a HUGE thank you goes out to Annie’s Homegrown for giving me this opportunity. I had way to much fun playing around with their ingredients, photographing those cornbread muffins and spreading the word on #teamannies! Below is a fun little recipe of savory trail mix, with Annie’s cheddar bunnies included! It’s not a rocket science recipe, it’s just an easy go-to snack mix you can have on hand during the week!
And now time to get to the point! The winner of the Annie’s Homegrown Giveaway is: Amanda Garcia!!
YAY!! Congrats! I will be emailing you the details of everything and how you will receive your package later today!
- 2 cups Annie's Homegrown Cheddar Bunnies
- 2 cups mini whole grain pretzels
- 1 cup roasted peanuts
- 1 cup golden raisins
- 1 Tbsp parmesan cheese
- 2 tsp bbq seasoning (or savory seasoning of choice!)
- Combine all ingredients and wa-la! Trail mix for the week is done! Feel free to play up the ingredients, like adding almonds or hazelnuts instead of peanuts. Any dried fruit will work in palce of the golden raisins as well. I sometimes like to add crunchy granola clusters to the mix too!
- Makes one big batch!