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GIVEAWAY: Brownie Sampler from GourmetGiftBaskets.com! -CLOSED-

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GourmetGiftBaskets.com has branched out to Baked Goods!  I tried out each of the flavors in the Brownies Sampler and they are super good!!  Here are the flavors:

-Belgian Chocolate Chunk  (my favorite!)
-White Chocolate Macadamia Blonde
-Butterscotch Blonde
-Cheesecake
-Peanut Butter
-Fudge Walnut


The brownies were moist, fresh, and any day I saw these at my door would be a HAPPY day. :)  Along with the Brownies Sampler there are cheesecake, cookie and whoopie pie samplers.  They also have a Gourmet Carrot Cake and a Red Velvet Cake!  I love receiving flowers, but baked goods last longer if ya know what I mean...HA!

One reader will win a Brownie Sampler including one of each flavor!  Because brownies are perishable goods this prize is only open to those in the lower 48 states.


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Comments

Susan said…
YUM! I would love to win this :)
lisa said…
Great giveaway!
Anonymous said…
These sound great!

Laurasu82 at yahoo.com
Anonymous said…
Than you for a chance to win
farmgirl said…
Thank you for the yummy giveaway!
one frugal lady said…
These look heavenly! THanks for the chance!
tlcfromtn said…
These look so good! I'd love to try them.
Becky V said…
I can't wait to win. Yum! ;)
Cassidy said…
Those look delicious!
Thanks for the chance. Brownies are my all time favorite comfort food.
Tara Oliver said…
I love their gift baskets. thanks for the giveaway!
Yona Williams said…
I'd love to try the cheesecake brownies. Email: yona(at)pricelesswriters.com
Bonita12 said…
thanks for the chance!
Jackie said…
These look delicious! I'd love to try the Fudge Walnut.
Thank you!
judy gardner said…
have a blessed day!


velvetelvis46@yahoo.com
Debora said…
This is the most fabulous givaway ever! Brownies are my all time favorite!

Thank you for sponsoring this giveaway :)
Kristie said…
I LOVE brownies. They all sound delicious but the cheesecake caught my eye. kristiedonelson(at)gmail(dot)com Thank you.
alcee said…
these look so good plus I can always use brownies that I don't have to make.
momma8385 said…
Thank you for having this giveaway.
:) Jeanne
Rachel said…
Thanks for the giveaway!
1955nurse said…
My Husband would LOVE these Bownies.... me too!!! Thanks for the chance.....
Colleen M said…
Such a delicious gift basket!

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Colleen M said…
GFC follower - ColleenM

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Maryann D. said…
I would love to try these, especially the Peanut Butter Brownie.
twinkle at optonline dot net
Noelle said…
This giveaway is making me extremely hungry for a brownie!
Brooke Adametz said…
Thanks!
Janet said…
looks very edible
I have a huge sweet tooth & fudgy brownies are a great way to fill it! thanks for hosting.
Sara Anderson said…
They look fantastic! :) Thank you.
twocuff said…
Yummy - thanks so much!!
twocuff(at)precisionvarminting(dot)com
Joretta Foster said…
Yummy - thanks so much
I love brownies! Thank you for the giveaway.
priscillavbenavides@yahoo.com
sweetmelbelle31 said…
Love brownies, thanks for the opportunity to win some.
helpful heather said…
These look great! would love to take them to work and share with co workers!

heather.loftus@aol.com
Kristen said…
mmmm I love Blondies!
What's not to love! I am practically drooling just thinking about all of these brownies & blondies...and I think I am putting on 5 lbs too!
shar(dot)donoho(at)comcast(dot)net
sherry jennings said…
thank you for the giveaway
Anna Groover said…
Hope I Win@!!
Shelly Peterson said…
these look yummy would love to win. thanks for the giveaway

cshell090869@aiol.com
Victoria Hamel said…
found you via moneysavingmom. would love to win!

yourtsconsultant@aol.com
lilyk said…
Thanks for the great contest!
MelieMelie said…
Love Brownies! They look so yummy
tjmetz said…
Thanks for the giveaway, these look yummy!
draoi7383 @ yahoo.com
Alyssa said…
I can not even tell you how good these look right now...
gallerhea said…
What a great contest! Thank you!
Any of those brownies look WONDERFUL right now! :)

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