Cooktivism Power Grain Giveaway

In celebration of our Facebook fan page reaching 100 fans, we are doing our very first giveaway! This give away is to give you a chance to try something new on us! The grand prize of this contest is three bags of power grains from Arrowhead Mills seen above. Maybe you’ve always wanted to try power grains, but you couldn’t find them or they weren’t in your grocery budget for the week. Well, now is your chance to try them absolutely free!!

Here’s what you have to do to win:
1. You must be an email subscriber to Sign up now to get recipes forwarded to your email address so you’ll never miss a recipe.

2. Leave a comment on this post telling us what brought you to Cooktivism today and how you want to use the grains to broaden your culinary horizons.

3. Be sure to leave an email address with your comment so that we can contact you for your snail mail address. (email address is required for you to leave a comment. Just make sure you leave one that you check regularly.)

That’s it! We’ll be selecting a winner by Friday and the winner will be announced on Sunday!

Below is a list of links to recipes that use these amazing power grains. Good luck!

Amaranth with Tropical Fruit Topping

More Power, Less Sugar, but it’s All Good Porridge

How to Cook Quinoa with Recipes – Karina’s Kitchen

Warm & Nutty Cinnamon Quinoa – 101 Cookbooks

Amaranth with Brinjal-Tomato Sauce – Indian recipe


CONGRATULATIONS to Lindsey of Life, Love, and Lindsey …. One Day At a Time for winning the first Cooktivism giveaway.

4 Comments Add yours

  1. lindsey says:

    i’d love to win these because my town is so small, i never get to buy things like this to cook different things i see in the blogworld, but i love to cook!

    ♥ lindsey

  2. Tara Betts says:

    Hey, I came today because the recipes you post are wonderful! In terms of the grains, I’ve never used amaranth, and quinoa is great. Quinoa! Quinoa!

  3. Deborah R says:

    I found your site because of this giveaway.

    I’ve been wanting to try these grains in the hope that they’ll help wean me off wheat, or at least drastically reduce my consumption of it. But since I live in a very rural area, I’ve not been able to find them locally. I don’t mind ordering online if I know I’ll like something and be able to prepare it, so winning them would help me figure it all out. Thanks for the chance!

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