Not long ago, we introduced readers to dessert diva Christine Walker and her innovative brownie bakeware. Now, the Brownie Bowl is getting serious attention far beyond our write-ups! Christine’s bowl is getting very high praise from users on Pinterest, DIY baking website Bakerella and many other baking-savvy social sites.
To celebrate, Davison is sponsoring a Brownie Bowl giveaway that gives you the chance to be master of your dessert domain by winning a set of two Brownie Bowls from Chicago Metallic!
Not long ago, Chicago Metallic sponsored a Brownie Bowl giveaway on the Love From The Oven blog, offering the bowls as a prize for the reader with the best dessert idea. Judging by audience response, the contest and the bowls were a huge success.
Love From The Oven blogger Christi reviewed the Brownie Bowls and wrote:
“A few weeks ago, I was catching up on my favorite blogs and reading about Bakerella’s trip to the Home and Housewares Show when I spotted a new product from Chicago Metallic – an amazing mold to make Brownie Bowls. Shut the front door. BROWNIE BOWLS. I couldn’t hurry myself over to the Chicago Metallic website fast enough. And there they were. An amazing set of Brownie Bowls for $10.99. Shopping cart, checkout, start stalking UPS trucks… And they arrived. The UPS left them by the door and ran back to his truck (I think he’s afraid of me – sometimes I get really excited when I know that he’s bringing me stuff like, well, Brownie Bowls).
Readers and contest entrants could hardly contain themselves, commenting:
“I would make chocolate brownie bowls, filled with a chunky peanut butter frosting, topped with a chocolate drizzle. Sounds like heaven!”
“I would use a chocolate mousse filling with the brownie bowls. You are right, there are so many possibilities for the bowls.”
“How perfect! I would make SO many ice cream sundaes with these Brownie Bowls!”
“Little Rice Krispie treat cups with peanut butter mousse and chocolate. I need one of these pans!”
Bakerella readers also exclaimed:
“Looks like a fantastic time… what a fun adventure to be able to see all the new products coming out! I’m thinking that Brownie Bowl is on my wish list …”
“Brownie Bowls?!? Holy wow!!”
“Oh Em Gee! I NEED a Brownie Bowl mold! How have I lived this long without one?!?!”
QVC customers raved:
“These Brownie Bowls are so cute and do just as they are supposed too. 5 Stars to them. The things you can do with them are endless. I encourage all to try these.”
“Fun and satisfies that different something we all search for.”
“ … it was a bit much on the chocolate (can’t believe I said that!!) but definitely delicious!! Can’t wait to try out other recipes. I think I might have to buy another set. 4 doesn’t cut it in my house!!”
If these reader comments have whetted your appetite, ‘Like’ our Facebook page through Rafflecopter for a chance to win your own Brownie Bowls, so you can create decadent desserts, savory snacks and captivating confections.
To Enter: Contest opens June 4, 2012 at noon EST and ends June 11, 2012 at noon EST. No purchase necessary to enter or win the sweepstakes. A purchase will not improve your chance of winning. Register to win by liking the Facebook page through Rafflecopter.
Prizes: Sponsor will give away one(1) package of two(2) Brownie Bowls, valued at $20. No more than one prize will be awarded.
Winner Selection: Potential winner will be selected in a random drawing from among all eligible entries received by June 11, 2012, noon EST. Odds of winning are dependent upon the number of eligible entries received.
The employees of Davison and members of their respective immediate families are not eligible to enter this giveaway.
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