Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Kernel Season's Review and Giveaway



My family adores popcorn, simply adores it!  We would have it several times a day if we could! Popcorn is a wonderful healthy anytime snack.  Our favorite time to have it is during movie night on the weekend.  We pop up a few bags and munch our way through whatever flick we've picked to watch.  It's a wonderful way to spend an evening with family and feel good about what they're snacking on.

I was so excited when Kernel Season's approached me about doing a review and giveaway for their 2 new seasonings...Pumpkin Spice and Milk Chocolate Carmel.  I knew the whole family would love trying new ways to dress up our favorite snack!

Kernel Season's sent me a variety of flavors to try.  I was amazed at their offerings.  The samples I received were: Pumpkin Spice (New!), Milk Chocolate Carmel (New!), White Cheddar, Nacho Cheddar, Butter, Kettle Corn and Ranch.  With 19 varieties they have something for everyone!

My son's favorite seasoning was Ranch and my daughter loves the new Milk Chocolate Carmel.  I love them all because they are so versatile.  By versatile I mean they are more than just awesome popcorn seasonings.

With my samples I also received a small recipe booklet.  It was amazing to see just what more I could do with Kernel Season's.  Here's just a few things we tried:

1.  Ranch Chicken  (my family inhaled this, including my meat finicky daughter)
2.  Pumpkin Spice Milk Shakes
3.  Pumpkin Spice Coffee (I loved this one!)
4.  Milk Chocolate Carmel Coffee (again Mmmmm)
5.  Milk Chocolate Carmel Hot Cocoa
5.  Nacho Cheddar Mashed Potatoes

If you check out their website you can click on the recipe tab for more ideas.  These add pizazz to your oatmeal, coffee, hot chocolate, pancakes, potatoes, meats, dips, veggies and more.  You have to try them!


Pumpkin Spice Milk Shakes:

We love seasonal foods and have become addicted to pumpkin ice cream.  All you do is take a few scoops of pumpkin ice cream, some milk (less or more to taste for thickness) and a capful of Kernel Season's Pumpkin Spice.  Blend until smooth.  Pour into cups.  Top with whipped cream if you'd like (we were out) and add a few dashes of Kernel Seasonings Pumpkin Spice for color.  Perfect!



Kernel Season's is offering one of my lucky readers their two new seasonings (Pumpkin Spice and Milk Chocolate Carmel).  All you need to do is follow my blog via Google Friend Connect and visit Kernel Season's (http://www.kernelseasons.com/) and leave me a comment telling me which flavor you would like to try.  It's that easy! 

Kernel Season's not only has popcorn seasonings but also popcorn spritzers and popping oils.  They can be found at grocery stores across America including Wal-Mart, Kroger, Target, Safeway, Food Lion, K Mart and Blockbuster Video.  Visit http://www.nomorenakedpopcorn.com/ to find the location nearest you or to order online. You  can also find Kernel Season's on Facebook www.facebook.com/KernelSeasonsPopcorn and Twitter www.twitter.com/KernelSeasons.  Make sure you check them out, you'll be glad you did.

***Giveaway ends November 8th at 11:59 est. The products mentioned above were sent to me for review purposes. The opinions expressed above are solely my own and have not been influenced by anyone.***

8 comments:

lolamichele said...

I'm following & I'd love to try the new pumpkin spice. :9

michele malone

boswife @ gmail . com

All Things Yummy said...

Just started following your blog. Cool giveaway, I found out about it on Twitter.

All Things Yummy said...

Pumpkin spice sounds so yummy, I'd like to try it.

frencheire said...

I follow you on GFC. We love Kernel Season's White Cheddar. Would love to try the pumpkin spice!!

brendalyn25 at yahoo dot com

Kasey Ball said...

I would love to try the milk chocolate caramel!

and Im following you on gfc - kaseyball@live.com.au

charity/ccboobooy said...

Follow on GFC (charity/ccboobooy) I like the Cajun flavor.

ccboobooy at gmail dot com

Greta @gfunkified said...

I definitely want to try the milk chocolate carmel!!

eclairre said...

Wow, pumpkin spice sounds amazing!