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GIVEAWAY: Cowgirl Chocolates! -CLOSED-


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I'm pretty new to the world of spicy chocolate.  I'm really starting to like it!  You don't notice it at first and then all the sudden KA-BAM, your nose is burning. :)
The chocolates and caramels are high quality and GOOOOOD.  Cowgirl Chocolates has an amazing selection of spicy and non-spicy chocolate.  For example, Spicy Cherry Mango Almond Bark!  Doesn't that sound good!  I bet it would clear up a stuffy nose and improve your circulation. :):)


Cowgirl Chocolates also sells spicy hot chocolate, spicy hot caramel dessert sauce, peanut brittle and lots more.  They have won 19 product and 2 packaging awards, which doesn't surprise me a bit.  I received a box of truffles to review and not only was it incredibly good it was also incredibly easy on the eyes. :)

One Tight Wad Reader will win a 1/3 pound Sampler of Cowgirl Chocolates!

Here's how to win:

1. Visit Cowgirl Chocolates and leave a comment below stating your favorite item.

2. Please Fill Out the Form to Enter Giveaway

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Giveaway will end Monday February 14th at 10 p.m. MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  I was given a sample in order to review the product, no other compensation was received.  All opinions are my own.  All information gathered for the giveaway will be discarded when over.  Your privacy is important.  

Comments

Tammy said…
I like the Western Trails Lunch Box.
SummerSorbet said…
I think the BUCKIN' HOT HABANERO CARAMELS 1/2 POUND sound great!
~Darlene A.
snacee@scottsboro.org
SummerSorbet said…
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~Darlene A.
snacee@scottsboro.org
Laura said…
mmm....I'm a caramel girl, so I like the Nothin' Fancy one pound box of caramels. YUM!
Melanie said…
I love the Spicy Huckleberry Dark Chocolate!
lewalk said…
The MILD MILK CHOCOLATE
SARSAPARILLA sounds interesting. I'm not sure this kind of candy would be the thing for me but I am sure hubby would like it. Lol.

lewalk(at)hotmail(dot)com
Jena Olsen said…
The NOTHIN' FANCY ONE POUND CARAMELS sounds tasty!

jenakaye(at)gmail(dot)com
Jessi P said…
I think the sparkle n shine caramel soound pretty tasty
I love caramel so I would go for the Nothing Fancy One Pound Caramels.

misusedinnocence@aol.com
Michelle said…
I would like to try the Hot Caramel Dessert Sauce.

shelnew19 (at) gmail
The caramels look divine - would love to try those!

Melissa
melissac304@gmail.com
Staci said…
The DARK CHOCOLATE
HUCKLEBERRY sounds yummy!

staci dot jones at gmail dot com
Kimberly said…
I think the Nuthin' Fancy Caramels look quite delicious!
kcoud33 at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
dark chocolate huckleberry sounds interesting.

cejones.rn@
Anonymous said…
Oooo! I LOVE LOVE those vintage tins! I will be shopping here for our favorite cowgirl!
Anna C said…
I like the Spring Basket... then i could really try everything!
acs0427 (at) yahoo.com
Frugaluser said…
I like the looks of the Cowgirl Daisies
sarahdottennysonatgmaildotcom
Tara Oliver said…
okay, seriously, that LEMONADE WHITE
CHOCOLATE bar must be to DIE for!! I have to try it!
thanks for the giveaway!
Nicole B said…
The Hot Carmel Desert sauce.
Anonymous said…
I would love to try the spicy double dark chocolate! Yumm!
Thanks,
Kimberly in NC
knchock at yahoo dot com
Jackie said…
I'd like to try the Mild Milk Chocolate Sarsaparilla. THanks!
jackievillano at gmail dot com
The Huntress said…
I like these:
http://www.cowgirlchocolates.com/mm5/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=cgc&Product_Code=114

I am a caramel freak!!! Love the stuff. I made homemade butter-rum caramels at Christmas.
kpintn said…
Would love to try the BUCKIN' HOT HABANERO CARAMELS - sounds interesting!
kpintn/at/hotmail/dot/com
Anonymous said…
Would love to try their Spicy Roasted Almond Dark Chocolate!

ckmd310 at gmail dot com
Stacy said…
I like the Spicy Double Dark Chocolate Truffles
stacy4avon @ comcast.net
Kristen said…
The SPICY CHERRY MANGO ALMOND BARK sounds good.
Anonymous said…
I like the chocolate bars
daniellefultz@ymail.com
Anonymous said…
Hot Caramel Dessert Sauce
kdschirado
Marva Jean said…
I like the NOTHIN' FANCY ONE POUND CARAMELS
carole said…
like the caramel
carole
gram122@comcast.net
s024jaw said…
Those spicy caramels look incredible
Elizabeth said…
I like the COWGIRL HANDPAINTED RUSTIC TRUFFLE BOX
Erin said…
The Spicy Double Dark Chocolate sounds amazing!

glycine.max at gmail.com
sos said…
MILD MILK CHOCOLATE SARSAPARILLA sounds grt
Karen said…
they have such interesting flavors on their chocolate bars! the DARK CHOCOLATE HUCKLEBERRY in particular appeals to me :-)
Jolene said…
The Chipotle Caramels sound good!

taznjade at gmail dot com
Nan said…
mild dark lavender
milo johnston said…
The NOTHIN' FANCY ONE POUND CARAMELS look yummy
milo johnston
miloannjohnston@yahoo.com
Kelsi said…
The Handpainted Rustic Truffle Box looks incredibly cute!
Sarah said…
I THINK THE SPICY OLD FASHIONED HOT CHOCOLATE SOUNDS AMAZING, I LIKE HOT COCOA AND WOULD LIKE TO TRY IT "SPICY."
ohhhfire said…
their slow roasted peanut butter brittle looks yummy to me
ohhhfire@hotmail.com
meredith m said…
I like the Raspberry lemonade dark chocolate -
mermont84@yahoo.com
mmullikin said…
The spicy cherry mango almond bark has all kinds of my favorite things in it!

mmullikin at hotmail dot com
patis2 said…
the Spicy Huckleberry Dark Chocolate sounds great!

patis2 at msn dot com
debijackson said…
i like the ivory orange truffles
mary said…
The spicy old fashioned hot chocolate sounds really good! :)
Heather said…
The Ivory Orange Truffle is my favorite!

Heather K.
mysticbutterfly37 at yahoo.com
humanecats said…
I'd like to try the mild milk chocolate.
bison61 said…
SPICY DARK
CHOCOLATE ALMOND bar sounds good

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
i like Lemonade White Chocolate Bar

galyettina(at)yahoo(dot)com
Anonymous said…
Spicy Lime Tequila Bar
sounds interesting
devotus(at)yahoo(dot)com
Hifam said…
I'd love to try the LEMONADE WHITE
CHOCOLATE.
hickenfam@
Mandy said…
dark chocolate looks yummy!!
cluelessme8{at}hotmail{dot}com
jdjmcc said…
Copper Kettle Brittle sounds delicious!!!!!!!!!
jdjmcc@aol.com
Amberpebs said…
Yummy! I like the BUCKIN' HOT HABANERO CARAMELS 1/2 POUND (well, my hubby would love them!)
Cassidy said…
That white chocolate lemonade bar sounds really interesting. Definitely something I would like to try.
Beckeesdeals said…
The spicy cherry mango almond bark looks interesting.
beckeesdeals at gmail dot com
Milk Chocolate Truffles
couponinggirl at gmail dot com
Kristie said…
I like the Spicy Raspberry Dark Chocolate. Yum!!! kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
Shannon said…
The truffles sound yummy!!
AndiMac said…
The Chipotle Caramels sound delicious!

cochina1414 at yahoo dot com
Diana said…
Would love to try the dark chocolate bars!
hrddiana556(at)gmail(dot)com
Jackee said…
The dark chocolate huckleberry sounds awesome!
Happy Valentine's Day!
happeejackee at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
i'd like the truffles
k k g r a y 8 8 at yahoo
maryjaco1 said…
I'd go for the spicy milk chocolate mint bars.
mary@cire.com

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