holiday granola

It’s the holiday season and granola is a fun treat to make to share with your friends and family. It can be packaged in cute mason jars for gifting and the best part is that’s easy to make.  This holiday granola is punched up with aromatic nutmeg and cinnamon which are are the perfect holiday spices.  Pecans, cranberries, dates, maple syrup and white chocolate chips adds texture and a touch of sweetness to the granola.  The scent of it baking just makes the house smell festive. I made this granola three times last week and fed it to my co-workers.  We’ve been snacking on this holiday granola at work, used it as an ice cream or yogurt topper and it’s great with milk. It’s crunchy, slightly sweet and so delicious!  To top it all off just in time for the holiday baking season, we’re giving away one (1) Silpat half sheet non-stick baking mat  and one (1) William Bound Nutmeg Mill  with (1) 1.5 oz tube of Whole Nutmegs. (a $70.00 value)

silpat and william bound nutmeg mill giveaway

holiday granola

It's great for breakfast or a snack during the day!

holiday granola

Bake for 15 to 20 minutes until toasted.

One of my favorite kitchen tools is a Silpat non-stick baking sheet.   The Silpat is a kitchen staple.  I use it for baking and also for lining my cookie sheets to make chocolate bark or to roll fondant.  It’s non-stick surface is the perfect platform to work with gooey, sticky things such as caramel or taffy.   I love that it’s reusable so no more wasting parchment paper for baking cookies.  Once you start using it you just can’t bake without it.

The William Bound Nutmeg Mill is such a nice addition to any kitchen.  It’s beautiful and functional.  Not only does it store nutmeg in the built in compartment but it finely shaves nutmeg to be used in recipes or directly onto your dessert or hot beverage for a beautiful presentation.  You can’t beat freshly grated nutmeg.  The aroma is so warm and comforting.

Here’s how to enter to win the Silpat and William Bound Nutmeg Mill and tube of nutmeg:

1.  Leave a comment telling us what is your favorite kitchen tool.

Bonus Entries (please leave a separate comment for each entry):

  1. “Like”  Kitchen Runway on Facebook
  2. Follow Kitchen Runway on Twitter
  3. Follow Kitchen Runway on Pinterest
  4. Follow Silpat on Twitter
  5. Follow Silpat on Pinterest
  6. Follow Silpat on YouTube

That’s 9 entries into the giveaway.  If you already do one of the above, it will count as an extra entry (just leave a comment below to let us know).  Remember to post a separate comment for each entry.

The Details:

This giveaway is open to US residents only and will end on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012 at 11:59 pm PST.  The winner will be randomly drawn by random.org and will be notified by the email that they provide on the comment.  If the winner does not claim their prize by 11:59 pm PST by December 21st, 2012, another winner will be chosen and the prize will be forfeited.

Disclaimer: I was sent a complimentary Silpat and William Bound Nutmeg Mill and Tube of Nutmeg. One random winner will also receive the same. No compensation was received for this post or review. Affiliated links are included in the post.  The opinions are my own.

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131 Responses to Holiday Granola and Silpat & Nutmeg Mill Giveaway

  1. latanya says:

    I follow you on pinterest as sweetums82

  2. latanya says:

    I Follow Silpat on YouTube as 82sweetums

  3. Maureen G says:

    My favorite kitchen tool is my egg slicer cause I like its neat results

  4. Lia Simpson says:

    I love my Wolfgang Puck food processor.

  5. Meghan Finley says:

    I’m partial to my spice mill

  6. Meghan Finley says:

    I Follow Kitchen Runway on Pinterest-immortalb4

  7. Meghan Finley says:

    I “Like” Silpat on Facebook

  8. Meghan Finley says:

    I Follow Silpat on Twitter @immortalb4

  9. Meghan Finley says:

    I Follow Silpat on Pinterest-immortalb4

  10. Meghan Finley says:

    I Follow Silpat on YouTube-immortalbeloved4

  11. Cherrill says:

    I love my Cuisipro microplane/grater

  12. Cherrill says:

    Oh darn…never mind my entry, I’m in Canada. But for what it’s worth, I’m now following you on FB, twitter, Pinterest… and Silpat too. :) happy turkey day!

  13. Bob Castaldi says:

    Well, my Cuisinart 12 cup die-cast elite food processor literally JUST got here today so that will likely become my favorite. A SilPat would be perfect to put all those baking recipes on to bake!

  14. Paula Seekins says:

    I love my Silpats…They are great for baking anything…

  15. Jackie A says:

    My favorite kitchen tool is my immersion blender. I use it all the time for everything from soups to smoothies.

  16. Jackie A says:

    I like Kitchen Runway on Facebook

  17. Jackie A says:

    I follow Kitchen Runway on Twitter

  18. Jackie A says:

    I follow Kitchen Runway on Pinterest

  19. Jackie A says:

    I Like Silpat on Facebook

  20. Jackie A says:

    I follow Silpat on Twitter

  21. Jackie A says:

    I follow Silpat on Pinterest

  22. Jackie A says:

    I follow Silpat on YouTube

  23. Jackie A says:

    I Like William Bounds on Facebook

  24. Roberto S. says:

    I’d have to say it’s my food processor…

  25. Robin Davis says:

    I would have to say my silicone spatulas would have to be my most loved tool. Would love to have my first Silpat…it just might become my favorite!

  26. Heather says:

    Right now I’m digging my plastic scraper for bowls, cutting boards, what have you!

  27. Heather says:

    Like Kitchen Runway on Facebook.

  28. Heather says:

    Like Silpat on Facebook as well.

  29. Heather says:

    Following Kitchen Runway on Twitter.

  30. Heather says:

    Following Silpat on Twitter.

  31. Heather says:

    Follow Kitchen Runway on Pinterest.

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