Cast Iron Skillet Giveaway

My Facebook page recently reached over 200,000 and I have each and every one of you to thank for that! You all have been amazing supporters of my blog over the years and have brought family and friends to the page! To thank you for that, I am having a prize giveaway!! I am giving away a 10 inch, pre-seasoned, cast iron skillet!! To enter, follow the simple instructions below!! I will randomly select a winner on June 20! Good luck and once again, thank you for following the blog!!

How to enter:

 

  1. Answer the following question and post your answer in the comment section below. What is your favorite summertime dessert??? _____________________
  2. Follow my blog on Facebook (click HERE to be directed to my page)

 

Good luck!! Be sure to share this giveaway with your friends and family!! The more followers I get, the more prize giveaways I will be having!! Win win!!!Β 

 

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124 comments

  1. Louellen M says:

    My favorite summertime dessert is either ice cream or a bowl of fresh berries with whipped cream.

  2. amanda hock says:

    Fruit salad or pineapple upside down cake or a banana split.. I can’t pick just one. Lol…

  3. JACKIE DUBOSE says:

    Answer the following question and post your answer in the comment section below. What is your favorite summertime dessert??? __strawberry rubarb pie___________________

  4. Anonymous says:

    my family and I love strawberry shortcake made with fresh Michigan strawberries πŸ“

  5. Denice Metz says:

    Just plain Ice Cream any flavor ,maybe with a little chocolate bits and some nuts,and bananas,whip cream boy stop me now

  6. Louellen M says:

    My favorite summertime dessert is a nice bowl of ice cream, gelato, sherbet, or granita. Being in the desert where the temperatures reach over 100 degrees, anything cold and refreshing tastes good.

  7. Karen Deickman says:

    Chocolate Snowball Parfait: alternating layers of chocolate snowball with vanilla ice cream!!

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