Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Dollop Ultimate Dude Frosting Spread Review and Giveaway - 2 Winners - Ends 10/7 - US Only

 Thanks to dollop for providing me with some free frosting to review!

I realized right before I started writing this review, that I've never really talked too often about shows that I like. So I guess here's my chance! One of my favorite type of shows is any type of competition; Including Cupcake Wars.
So when I was contacted by Heather Saffer (an actual winner of Food Network's Cupcake Wars!) I was absolutely thrilled!

Heather Saffer, who runs the Dollop Gourmet Cupcake Bar in Rochester, NY, has just recently came out with a new product, known as the Ultimate Dude Frosting:

As you can see, this pack is a pocket pack. It's perfect for on the go occasions, or for  school lunches.
You rip the top off, and you squeeze it out, right on to the food you want it on; So less messes, and more convenience :)!

I received 2 of the pocket packs to try out. I gave one pack to Aaron, and kept the other for myself. Aaron, being the guy he is, just ripped off the tip and ate the entire pack, as is. He loves peanut butter, cookie dough, and chocolate, so as you can imagine, he absolutely loved it. I wanted to try mine from a different approach, so feeling inspired from the frosting spread online shop, I tried it on some fresh cut apple slices. It was absolutely delicious! So sweet, and flavorful, and you could really taste all of the ingredients.

The only negative thing I found is that the small packs that I received did not have any nutritional information on the package. Now that I am following a more healthy lifestyle, I find that important. I just feel good knowing exactly how many calories I am taking in.

If you like delicious sweet treats in convenient packaging, you will absolutely love the frosting spread.

Be sure to stay connected with Dollop and Heather Saffer on the website, Twitter, Facebook, and Heather's blog: Heather Cupcakes.

 The Giveaway!
2 of you will receive 2 pocket packs of the Ultimate Dude Frosting spread! 
Entering to win is super easy (as always!) with the Rafflecopter form, directly below:

Winner 1: Entry Number 56, Marty W. H.

Winner 2: Entry Number 219, Carrie G. P.
  a Rafflecopter giveaway

 
Disclosure: Review product was provided to me free of charge. All opinions expressed are my own, and were not influenced in any way. This giveaway will end on October 2nd, 2011. Winner will be drawn via Random.org, and the winner will have 48 hours to respond to my email before a new winner will have to be drawn. If you're tweeting for entries, you must have an "unlocked" account.
If you are a review and giveaway blogger, or if you have won anything from Dollop within the past 90 days, you are not eligible to win.

30 comments:

  1. ummmm - looks like a great way to decorate cupcakes!

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  2. wow! Sounds like a perfect idea for traveling when you are bringing cupcakes somewhere!

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  3. Your right, that's too bad that they don't state the nutritional info... that is something that would be good to know!

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  4. Apples would be great but also cookies, sponge cake,or graham crackers.
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  5. ooh on sugar cookies!!!

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  6. Probably would be best for decorating cookies or something you aren't looking for much of a presentation.

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  7. This would be great on graham crackers.

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  8. I would use it as a extra color frosting for when we make a big birthday cake.

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  9. I think I would use this with cookies. Thankyou, Ken

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  10. I think on apple slices sounds delicious!

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  11. YUM! I'd love to try this on cupcakes and cookies!

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  12. I think spread on a cookie.

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  13. I was thinking cookies but sliced fruit sounds really good!

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  14. I might use this with cupcakes or maybe even just by itself.

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  15. Seems like it would be great to try as a dip for pretzals

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  16. Ooooh, pretzels, fruit pieces and on and on. :)
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  17. Graham Crackers
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  18. I want to put it on muffins.
    Thanks for the contest.

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  19. I'd put it on graham crackers

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