Giveaway: $80 Prize Pack from Entenmann’s! Valentine’s Day Sweet Treats! (US, Ends 2/9)

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Are you starting to think about Valentine’s Day?  It’s only a little over 2 weeks away!  What will you do for your special someone?  Althought it’s fun to send a special guy flowers once in awhile, I think there is something they may like more than beautiful blooms…. DONUTS!  How about a Sweet Valentine’s Edible Bouquet from Entenmann’s?!

Entenmann's Sweet Valentines Edible Bouquet


Mmmmm, my mouth is watering just looking at that!  What guy wouldn’t love getting donuts for Valentine’s Day?  It’s easy to make, you just need sticks, donuts, sprinkles and icing.  Assemble!  Fill a vase with candy and put the sticks in like you would flowers.  Entenmann’s recommends using some melting wafers to to put in the center and hold the sticks in place, as well as dipping donuts.  I think ours are going to get eaten so quickly, they won’t need to stand up for long and they are just fine without being dipped!  But, if you are so inspired, here’s the full recipe.

Entenmann’s Sweet Valentine’s Edible Bouquet


1 bag (12 ounces) each white, pink and red candy melting wafers

15 lollipop sticks, 10 inches long

3 Plain Softee donuts

12 Pop ’ems

Assorted sprinkles and candies for decorating

1 tube of white decorating icing

1 vase

Valentine candies to fill the vase

Instructions:  Line 3 cookie sheets with wax paper.  Melt the white candy wafers in a bowl according to package instructions.  Dip one end of a lollipop stick into the melted candy and insert into a donut.  Transfer to the cookie sheet.  Repeat with the remaining lollipop sticks and both Softee donuts and Pop ’ems.  Place the cookie sheets into the freezer to set for about 15 minutes.  Meanwhile, melt the red and pink candy wafers in separate bowls.  Dip one of the chilled donuts into the melted candy to cover completely.  Allow the excess to drip back into the bowl.  While the candy is still wet, add sprinkles.  Transfer dipped donuts back to the cookie sheet.  Repeat with the remaining donuts and place in the freezer for about 15 minutes.  Draw petals with the white decorating icing.  Use icing as “glue” to attach decorations.  Fill a vase with small candies.  Insert the stick end of the donut pops into the vase to look like an arrangement of flowers and enjoy!

Entenmann's Valentine's Day Prize Pack

One lucky reader is going to win a prize pack from Entenmann’s to create their own edible bouquet!  The prize pack includes a $30 Am Ex Gift Card for supplies, coupons for up to $7.00 off Entenmann’s Products and some adorable plush Rich Frosted and Ms. Crumb.  Enter in the Rafflecopter form below, and good luck!

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    I’m posting your tweet, but you should know that the text is from some other giveaway that you have (or had).

    Right now the tweet button on the Rafflecopter entry reads:
    “Enter to win the cookbook, “Takashi’s Noodles” from James Beard award-winning Chef Takashi Yagihashi @KellysLuckyYou! …” though the link leads to this page.

    Probably you can change that I think.

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