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GIVEAWAY: No-Bake Key Lime Cheesecake Bars! -CLOSED-

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The other day I made Key Lime Cheesecake Bars from Plentiful Pantry.  The hardest part was waiting for them to cool in the fridge!  There's no baking involved, all you add is butter, cream cheese, and water.  I still had 2 bricks of cream cheese that I got for FREE at a sale awhile back so that made me happy.
The filling was really good but the kicker is the oreo cookie crust...YUM!

All you're doing is adding butter to the cookie crust and pressing it into a plastic wrap covered 8 x 8 dish.  Then you mix the rest of the ingredients...beat them for a few minutes...then pour.  Stick it in the fridge and do something to take your mind off of it for an hour.  :)  

Now...getting it out of the pan all pretty....not my strong suit.  But that doesn't affect the taste so I couldn't care less.  This is the picture from the site:


and this is the best I could do:  (I'm eating some now...delicious!)


Use code TWID20 for 20% off the entire Plentiful Pantry site!  
They have some GREAT products that are nice to have around when you want to eat good, but don't have a lot of time (or energy :).  

Plentiful Pantry is giving away Key Lime Cheesecake Bars to one reader!!
Open to Continental US only, must be 18 or older.

Here's how to enter:

1.  Visit Plentiful Pantry and state in a comment on this post what looks good.


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Comments

Jen said…
Oh my goodness, it ALL looks really good! The Cheesy Enchilada soup looks good as does the Tortilla soup and the chicken and dumplings. I could go on and on! But you HAD me when you posted about Key Lime Cheesecake! It's my ABSOLUTE favorite. I can never say no to that :)

mykidsrmyjoy at gmail dot com
Yum, the Tortilla Soup sounds awesome!!
jenncutie at hotmail dot com
Anonymous said…
I was hooked with the words key lime.
The hawaiian pasta salad sounds great as well as the spicier tortilla soup.
jspeachyn5 at aol dot com
Alisha said…
I have actually tried these guys before and I really love the enchilada soup!
Sarah said…
Pumpkin Cobbler looks great mm
Jena Olsen said…
I love love whole wheat pasta! I have never tried it from Plentiful Pantry, but it sounds amazing right now!

jenakaye(at)gmail(dot)com
Kristie said…
The Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake sounds delicious. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com
Anonymous said…
Apple crisp.mmmmm
C juliana
alcee said…
I want the peach cobbler its my favorite dessert. Theirs looks so easy.
the cherry chocolate hot fudge cake looks to die for!!!

melissac304@gmail.com
kris shores said…
Oh my, how to choose one. The Key Lime looks good.
Jolene said…
I can't choose, they all look good! Among my favorites are the Lemon Bars and Apple Crisp. Yummy!

taznjade at gmail dot com
Tamara B. said…
It all looks goood but their White Cheddar Potato Soup caught my eye.
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com
Anonymous said…
I'm all about the key lime cheese cake! Trent would like something chocolate, but since I am entering and not him, I go for MY fave. ;-)

cejones.rn@
Kara said…
That key lime cheese cake looks and sounds SO amazing right now! I'd love to try it.
Donna said…
The Berry Crisp Gift Set looks good.
donna444444@yahoo.com
kpintn said…
Well.......what doesn't look good!
Would love to try the Pumpkin Cheesecake Bars....yummmmm
kpintn/at/hotmail/dot/com
the pumpkin cobbler looks great!
Hifam said…
I've had the tortilla soup and it was great. I'd also love to try the White Cheddar Potato Soup.
hickenfam@
Anonymous said…
Peach cobbler sounds delicious!
twocuff@precisionvarminting.com
Staci said…
Peach Cobbler- Yum!

staci dot jones at gmail dot com
d said…
some of those soups sound yummy, but honestly what i most want to try are these key lime bars. i die over anything key lime, like cheesecake and i know i will LOVE these!
Thanks for the giveaway!
fbfandc{at}gmail[dot}com
Autumn said…
The key lime cheesecake bars sound the yummiest so far, or maybe the pumpkin cobbler. Aut Le
Anonymous said…
Berry crisp! Thanks!
shakenafist at yahoo dot com
Noelle said…
Cherry Chocolate Cake!? Yes, please!
Ally Cox said…
I have tried numerous different ones and my favorites are the key lime (the chocolate crust is divine) and the pumpkin cobbler is oh so much better than regular pumpkin pie!!!
Wendy said…
White cheddar asparagus soup sounds awesome!
LAMusing said…
The Key Lime you made looks yummy!
adrianecoros(at)gmail(dot)com
Elaine said…
I would like to try the Lemon Bars!
elund323@yahoo.com
Claudia said…
I love the key lime cheese cake
nclaudia 25 at yahoo dot com
Marva Jean said…
Cobblers and Crisps sound good to me - also the Key Lime - makes my mouth water.
janetfaye said…
The Apple Crisp looks good.

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com
SETexasMama said…
Man, everything looks good! The Pumpkin Cobbler sounds great!
dana10879@yahoo.com
Jackie said…
Wow! It all looks so good! I'd love to try the Pound Cake with Cinnamon sauce. Thanks for the review and giveaway!
jackievillano at gmail dot com
Anonymous said…
The Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake sounds good to me.
Judy Ward
lward@infionline.net
Bhcusp215 said…
Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake
Tara Oliver said…
um, can I have one of everything please? :) that pumpkin cobbler sounds sooooo good!!
amied027 said…
It all looks good, I will take 1 of everything! But, if I have to pick it would be the Pound Cake with Cinnamon sauce. Yum! Thanks! ard1977@gmail dot com
Nan said…
It all looks really good and I must admit I was thinking about the key lime bars. However I think this would be good also: Roasted Tomato Parmesan Bisque
Tina said…
Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake looks good
merleandtina@yahoo.com
Lina said…
I think the Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake Gift Set sounds good
jennifer said…
I like the cheddar broccoli soup.
jenniferwlsn33 at gmail dot com
The Pizza and Pasta gift set looks great. But so does everything else :) almostcrazycouponladyatgmaildotcom
Renee G said…
I would love to make their lemon bars. They look yummy.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOt)com
bison61 said…
I'd like to try the Pomegranate Pasta Salad

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com
Erin said…
I'd love to try the Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake Gift Set!

glycine.max at gmail.com
Anonymous said…
The apple crisp looks wonderful!
bkittie@hotmail.com
Sarah said…
I would love to try the pumpkin cobbler!

surrosarah{at}gmail{dot}com
Diana said…
the pumpkin cobbler sounds wonderful
hrddiana556(at)gmail(dot)com
Marija said…
The peach cobbler mix looks amazing!

marija.majerle at gmail dot com
Shelley said…
I'd like to try out the
Italian Dinner Deluxe. Thanks
mrspoofa(at)aol.com
Amberpebs said…
Yummy! My favorite! Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake! Now this i would love to try!
amberpebs@yahoo.com
Terri said…
The Berry Crisp Gift Set looks good
Kimberly said…
The Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake Gift Set looks really yummy.
EmmaPeel said…
SKU: #906

Chicken & Dumplings Soup
Susanmeep said…
I would love the cherry chocolate hot fudge cake suelee1998 @ gmail.com
The cheddar broccoli soup looked yummy.
awhitehead357@gmail.com
Nicole B. said…
To many to choose from Tortila soup and the Cherry Chocolate fudge cake.
Anonymous said…
The chocolate cherry hot fudge cake has me drooling---yum.

farrell@crosslake.net
milo johnston said…
the apple crisp looks sounds amazing
miloannjohnston (at yahoo dot com)
LaurAnn said…
Yum!! I love key lime!! I also love to try different dips - the chipotle one looks really good!
BowieTip said…
I've never baked my own pizza, hence would like Plentiful Pantry's DIY Pizza Kit. Pepperoni pizza served with cold beer. A Friday night classic.

Hope to win!

xxbowietipxx@
Baby Mama said…
Tortilla soup
sarah hinhart
DB said…
Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake
daivase at yahoo dot com
Ryan said…
Cherry chocolate fudge cake sounds yummy.
slb3334 said…
the cherry chocolate hot fudge cake looks great.

slb3334@gmail.com
ladyt64 said…
The Apple Crisp looks good to me.
Cheesy Enchilada Soup
couponinggirl at gmail dot com
coriwestphal said…
Okey-Dokey Artey-Chokey dip! Yum!

coriwestphal at msn dot com
Anonymous said…
Their Pound cake with Cinnamon sauce sounds greattt :)

ckmd310 at gmail dot com
maryjaco1 said…
I would love to try the white cheddar potatoe soup.
mary@cire.com
Anonymous said…
I would like to try the Pound Cake With Cinnamon Sauce!

theyyyguy@yahoo.com
nantz24 said…
Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake!

april at purecleanb dot com
Kiara said…
I would like to try the hawaiian pasta salad.
austma7@aol.com
nhmoose99 said…
I would love to try the three cheese risotto.

nhmoose99 at yahoo dot com
The enchilada soup looks good!

maurine08(at)earthlink(dot)net
rbailey1958 said…
The Holy Moly Guacamole Dip mix looks good to me

pkbailey@charter.net
Jes said…
The Pumpkin Cobbler looks good

jswaks at gmail dot com
ranya112 said…
I liked the Cherry Cobbler.
iridia718 at gmail dot com
Beckeesdeals said…
Um...what doesn't look good?! If I had to tell you a specific thing I would have to go with the Apple Crisp!
beckeesdeals at gmail dot com
Alicia C. said…
I love the Berry Crisp Gift Set.
ohmiss14 at yahoo dot com
Vickie said…
The Berry Cobbler for sure! But it all looks good to me!
Diane52 said…
Apple crisp please
Diane Baum
esldiane@gmail.com
Gianna said…
Cherry Chocolate Hot Fudge Cake.
llinda29 said…
I like Berry Crisp Gift Set
Atreau said…
The Pumpkin Cobbler looks good!
Anonymous said…
I think that the peach cobbler looks really good.
jennifergrieco(at)verizon(dot)net

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