My First Giveaway – Cuisinart Mini Prep Food Processor!!

I am so excited that I have reached 1,000 plus followers on Facebook. I have always vowed I would do my first GIVEAWAY when that happened. Well, the day has arrived!!
I thought for some time about what to choose for the GIVEAWAY and have come up with my favourite kitchen appliance. I mention it often in posts because I use it all the time. I can’t imagine how I survived without it. It reduces my preparation time for dinners and baking alike and I feel like smiling when I use it.
And here it is: the Cuisinart Mini Prep Plus 3-Cup Food Processor.the Cuisinart Mini Prep Plus 3-Cup Food Processor
It makes brilliant pesto, grinds nuts, chops vegetables, minces meat, even makes date puree and that’s a tough ask.
I paid over $100 for mine in New Zealand but on Amazon, they are cheaper – you lucky people in the US who have free shipping!

To enter this giveaway, please use the Rafflecopter widget below to answer a question – What is the first thing you would cook with the mini processor? Your answer must be in the comments. You may gain optional entries for liking my Facebook page, following me on Twitter, and tweeting about this Giveaway. GOOD LUCK!

Terms: Giveaway of the Cuisinart Mini Processor is open to readers with a delivery address in the US while entrants from other countries will receive a $40 Amazon gift voucher. The Giveaway will close at 12am (midnight) New Zealand time on Monday 17th June 2013 (5am pacific time in the US on Monday 17th June 2013). The winner will be chosen at random, announced on this post and notified by email the next day.

This Giveaway is paid for by me and is not sponsored.


A great big thank you to all of you who entered. I loved reading all your comments.

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  1. says

    What a generous giveaway! Congrats on the 1,000 Facebook likes! Those mini food processors are great – I used mine last night to “grate” radishes for a salad! Couldn’t live without it.

  2. Andrea says

    S happy to have found your site! My kids are all things free due to allergies which is eloping us all learn about healthy eating! I would love the processor to help teach them to, and prepare their foods. I don’t have twitter so I can’t tweet, lol, but would if I did :). Thanks for sharing all these recipes, they help more the you can imagine.

  3. Sonya says

    Thank you for having this giveaway!! Oh my, I don’t know where to start. Probably taking my favorite recipe on Pinterest (lol!) and making a delectable meal for my family:) I’m thinking date, coconut bars to start?!

  4. Jenny says

    Actually, I wouldn’t cook anything with it because I would give it to my son who is just setting up his first apartment! Thank you for this opportunity!

  5. Kim W says

    How generous of you to pay for it out of your own pocket. What a lovely gesture. i would chop some salad veg (I hate grating and chopping!) and then make some of my own homemade mayonnaise to go with it in it. Then BBQ a steak!

  6. Adrianne B says

    The first thing I would make with the Cuisinart Mini Food Prep Processor are Olive Cheese Melts:

  7. Tracy says

    I’d probably make pesto first thing, but there are so many food items I’d love to try if I had a new cuisanart food processor! Thanks for the opportunity to win one!

  8. says

    Hey Suzanne :) missed the date I would make my whole wheat dough into it for making rotis everyday. I was out of touch with you as had some technical issues just resolving them one by one. Missed all your recipes so many of them you shared take care will write you soon :)


  1. […] And the weekend is over once again. The two free days of the week always seem to disappear like a puff of smoke. Saturdays starts off with the hope that I will get lots done and Sundays arrive all too soon with very little crossed off the to-do list. How can 16-17 waking hours a day seem like two? The answer is beyond me. Yesterday, I read an article by Penelope Trunk here about doing the first thing on your list first and not fluffing around with the minor items. If you don’t cross off the big things, you will have no sense of satisfaction at the end of the day even if you have done several minor jobs. So I have crossed off a big one but got very little else done. I am not sure if the sense of satisfaction was greater than if I now had a shorter list. The next big thing on my list is a cookbook review I have been meaning to do for a while. Maybe this week. Just a reminder that my giveaway of a Cuisinart mini processor finishes in less than a day so if you haven’t entered yet, do so here. […]

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