(ENDED) Organic After Party Giveaway #1 - Nielsen-Massey Organic Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Review & Giveaway (Ends 11/30)

Organic After Party

Today is the official day of the Organic After Party Review & Giveaway Event! I'm starting with a very delicious and nutritious review and giveaway sponsored by Nielsen-Massey Vanillas!

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ABOUT

Nielsen-Massey Vanillas has been producing premium pure vanilla products since 1907. From its ever-popular Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla to custom blends and flavors created for specific customer needs, Nielsen-Massey has earned the reputation as the producer of fine vanillas worldwide.

As a family owned and managed business, Nielsen-Massey is committed to and truly cares about its customers. With this commitment comes a pledge to continue producing the world's finest Pure Vanillas batch after batch - a promise that has been kept for nearly a century.

PRODUCT REVIEW

Being a snack lover, we usually buy Sam's Club vanilla for our cookies, brownies, and cakes. I know, I know...it isn't organic but it does allow us to be frugal. My mom always laughs and tells me that cooking and baking are two places you should not be frugal.

Nielsen-Massey Vanillas was kind enough to supply me with a sample of the Organic Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract. Let me just say, it's simply amazing. I twisted the top off of the 4oz bottle and I was immediately immersed in the wonderful smell of vanilla. Only the finest and best vanilla's put out these types of fragrances. The Sam's Club vanilla is quite dull and always makes me wonder if I should add more...haha.

For our review, we baked Not So Blonde Brownies. The recipe came from the Nielsen-Massey Vanillas Recipe section. Talk about delicious. Just as the recipe explains, everything in this recipe that has chocolate or chocolate flavor also has vanilla. MMM! Enjoy the stock image below.

/Blonde-Brownies

Organic Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract is perfect for me and my family because it is:

  • the world's most popular vanilla.
  • a rich, creamy, "sweet" vanilla, mildly assertive, with old-fashioned vanilla flavor.
  • an ideal all-purpose vanilla.
    Organic Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract provides the creamy, sweet, smooth and mellow flavor of the Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla, but in an organic product. Using all organically-certified ingredients, it is made under the same stringent quality and purity standards as the company's other Pure Vanilla Extracts.

    Nielsen-Massey is the first extract company and ingredient supplier in America to be certified by the Gluten-Free Certification Organization (GFCO). Congratulations...this is an amazing accomplishment!
    Organic Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla Extract

    Nielsen-Massey is known around the world. After trying the product, I can see why! I'm going to have to try out some of their other products such as their Pure Chocolate Extract. When I saw this, my mouth dropped...I can only imagine how yummy it tastes! For more information on their complete line of Pure Vanilla Products and Pure Flavor Extracts, visit their Vanilla Information website today!

    Don't want to wait until the giveaway is over to try the Organic Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract product from Nielsen-Massey Vanillas? I don't blame you one bit. You can buy them online.

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    GIVEAWAY INFORMATION

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    (1) Grand Prize Winner will receive one bottle of Nielsen-Massey Organic Madagascar Bourbon Pure Vanilla Extract

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    FTC Disclaimer: I received product samples from Nielsen-Massey for my review. I was not compensated monetarily for the review. All opinions expressed in the review are my own!

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    suburban prep said...

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    Stephanie said...

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    sweepmom said...

    I could use this trick; A vanilla bean under your car seat gives a fresh aroma and helps eliminate musty odors.

    Bob said...

    adding vanilla to paint will cut down on the paint odor.

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    bison61 said...

    The entire vanilla cultivation process, from planting to market, can take from five to six years!

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    Deborah Wellenstein said...

    A teaspoon or so of vanilla in tomato sauce or chili will cut the acidity of the tomatoes.

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