Sprouts Holiday Giveaway! (3 Winners)

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I’m super excited to bring you this AMAZING holiday giveaway from my friends at Sprouts Farmers Market and Earthbound Farm Organic.

We’ll randomly choose 3 winners and each winner will receive:

1 – $100 Sprouts Gift Card
1 – Free Natural Turkey Meal from Sprouts (Feeds 6 to 8 – Valued at $69.99)
Sprouts Natural, Fully Cooked Whole Turkey • Mashed Potatoes • Cornbread Stuffing • Broccoli Au Gratin • Home-style Gravy • Cranberry Sauce • Hawaiian Dinner Rolls
1 – Food to Live By Cookbook
1 – The Earthbound Cook Cookbook
1 – Straight From the Earth Cookbook
1 – Cast Iron Skillet
Assorted Earthbound Farm Organic Coupons


How amazing is that?!?!  And entering is super simple!  Just leave a comment below and tell us your favorite holiday recipe!

Open to residents of the continental United States only, ages 18 and over.  Holiday meal will need to be picked up at a Sprouts store, so winner will need to be within driving distance of a store.  No purchase necessary.  Three (3) winners will be chosen at random from entry comments.  Deadline for entries: December 20, 2015 – 11:50 p.m. EST.  Contest sponsored by Sprouts Farmers Market and Earthbound Farm Organic.  
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  1. Jannette starr says:

    Of course always the ham…and grandmas forn dish casserole

  2. Karen Steeves says:

    My favorite Holiday recipe has to be my mom’s Christmas Punch. She mixes Cranberry Ginger Ale, Strawberry Sorbet, and fresh limeade. We always have it on Christmas Day and it’s so good!

  3. Ingrid Ruppalt says:

    My husband grew up with saurbraten at Christmas.

  4. Gina Miller says:

    My favorite is my Mama’s oyster dressing, and also my grandmother’s coconut cake.

  5. Divinity and fudge are some of my favorite recipes. Lots of work but well worth the effort.

  6. Sandy Headtke says:

    Ham with a side of scalloped potatoes and green bean casserole is a must. Pecan pie to finish.

  7. Joel. Timmons says:

    Dirty. Rice. Stuffing

  8. Carol Schatz says:

    So many to choose from, but a real favorite is sweet potato casserole. I lost my recipe many years ago and have never been able to replicate it. I’m looking forward to trying yours.

  9. Latoya Williams says:

    My favorite thing to cook lemon sour cream pound cake

  10. Monica faquin says:

    Hash brown casserole and pecan pie.

  11. Sharon Thornton says:

    My favorite is my mother’s banana pudding and my sister in laws chicken & dressing!

  12. Pecan Pie!

  13. Stuffing!

  14. Jami Weaver Osburn says:

    My favorite recipe is my Grandma’s Southern Butter Pecan Pie & her Cornbread Dressing

  15. Cathy Merrill says:

    Cajun ham, scalloped potatoes and southern style green beans.

  16. I love cornbread stuffing with giblet gravy!

  17. I love cornbread stuffing!

  18. Amber Underwood says:

    Hummingbird Cake!! Can’t get enough of it at Christmas!

  19. My favorite Christmas recipe is Date Loaf candy that my mother and her mother made every year.I would be happy to share this southern family favorite. Mine is in the counter now waiting to be cut and rolled in sugar. Merry Christmas !

  20. Jana Jackson says:

    My family knows it’s Christmas time when they smell Molasses Cookies baking in the oven.

  21. Aside from the array of desserts this time of year, from pies to cookies, my favorite is cornbread dressing(or stuffing if you don’t live down south). I prefer it to “stuffing” made with bread because the cornbread gives it a distinct flavor unlike what you get from an off-the-shelf mix that you pick up at the grocery store.

  22. Amy O'Donoghue says:

    Leftover ham with homemade yeast rolls!

  23. I love holiday desserts! Chocolate crinkles, chocolate snowballs, peppermint mocha cupcakes, buche de noel…

  24. We make my moms Apple salad every Christmas. ?☺️

  25. Pamela Gurganus says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is my great-grandma’s mincemeat pie!

  26. Kristin Ellis says:

    My favorite recipe is my squash casserole !

  27. Linda Barcheers says:

    My mom’s cornbread dressing!

  28. My favorite dish is sweet potato casserole with pecans and brown sugar topping.

  29. sausage balls

  30. I love the baked ham! Merry Christmas!

  31. S H Yarbrough says:

    Turkey & Stuffing & Gravy & Cranberry Jelly. Yum 🙂

  32. I love cornbread stuffing and homemade rolls!

  33. This may not sound like much but my favorite holiday recipe is my mom’s homemade chex mix. Something about the seasonings she adds and her love makes it the best ever.

  34. Peanut Butter Balls ! ! !

  35. TraceyMattson says:

    My sister and I have a favorite sugar cookie recipe from our childhood. Christmas is not complete with out the cookies!

  36. Fried Peach Pies!

  37. My fave holiday recipe is my mom’s red velvet cake.

  38. I love stuffing!

  39. My favorite holiday recipe is Baked Ham. I love it with sweet potatoes, green bean casserole and christmas cookies that we made for the holidays. The next morning I take the ham from dinner and make ham and eggs the next morning for breakfast. It’s been a tradition for a long time in our house.

  40. My current favorite is candied Japanese yams.

  41. My favorite holiday recipe is roasted goose with apples

  42. My favorites are Ham (boiled in vinegar, shredded, then baked with brown sugar)
    and Cranberry Chutney (fresh cranberries with apples, raisins, pecans, orange zest and apple juice)

  43. Cherry Coke Salad!! Cherry pie filling, pecans, black cherry jello, sugar, pineapple tidbits and Cherry Coke! YUMMY!!

  44. I love to make peppermint pie.

  45. My favorite is the dressing (of course, it has to be mom’s) and she also makes
    this great Date Nut Role.

  46. The dressing!! I always look forward to the home made cornbread dressing.

  47. My favorite is my father’s Cornbread stuffing. Have not had any that good since he passed away. Even my mother’s is not as good!

  48. Jane Gaudreau says:

    My stuffing, no matter how much I make there is never any leftovers.

  49. Sharon Thornton says:

    My favorite is my mother’s banana pudding and my sister in laws dressing!

  50. Can’t beat a roasted turkey with Stuffing for me!

  51. I love my mother’s cornbread dressing, homemade orange/ cranberry sauce and pecan snowballs are the best! !
    Merry Christmas to one an all..

  52. My favorite holiday recipe is anything that has been made by someone else with me in mind to enjoy.

  53. My favorite is sweet potato pie!

  54. No matter what we have, leftovers are the greatest – no “real” cooking for the next couple of days. Makes all the work that went into the holiday meal worth it.

  55. Dana Pennington says:

    My favorite holiday dish is dressing with chicken or turkey

  56. Rum cake!

  57. Cornbread dressing and sweet potatoe casserole

  58. Angelia Howard says:

    Divinity, Memories of helping my Mom when I grew up.

  59. My favorite Christmas recipe is bourbon chocolate chip pecan pie.

  60. For the meal, it has to be ham. As for dessert, always Pecan Pie!

  61. Oh it has to be my mom’s seafood dressing! It’s filled with shrimp and crab meat…so good!

  62. Road House Potatoes and Poticia.

  63. It would not be a complete Christmas dinner without a Red Velvet Cake for dessert! Merry Christmas, everyone!!

  64. I made the graham cracker toffee bars for a couple of different parties and my family and friends LOVED them! Super easy to make and absolutely delicious! I added sea salt to the top of some and they were good with the sea salt, too. Thanks for sharing.

  65. My favorite recipe is Orange & Olive Salad. Slice, Peeled Navel Oranges in Circles and arrange on a plate. Place Pitted, Kalamata Olive Halves in the centers of the circles. Drizzle with olive oil and salt and fresh ground pepper. Enjoy!

  66. My sister’s Christmas empanada cookies filled with homemade preserves – she is an amazing baker. My husband’s beef tenderloin with roasted shallot sauce is the perfect Christmas dinner entree. The tamales my brother buys from a grandma in his neighborhood.; we have them every Christmas Eve.

  67. The turkey and dressing!!

  68. it is not Christmas morning without the egg casserole and amish cinnamon bread!!

  69. James hadden says:

    My favorite dish is the cheesy potatoes. We love’em.

  70. I always make my mom’s kolacs and kiflis

  71. My favorite holiday recipe is my mom’s Wassail. It feels like a warm hug from the inside! Merry Christmas!

  72. Turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, dumplings, roasted veggies, etc!

  73. No Christmas is complete with out Divinity and a Red Velvet Cake!

  74. Pat Ferguson says:

    This would be such a blessing for us for Christmas. My favorite and standby that everyone wants is green bean casserole.

  75. mine is mexican cornbread and green beans

  76. Polly Battaglia says:

    My favorite is the cheese pierogi recipe passed down from my great-grandmother. Or, maybe Mom’s Anise cookies with buttercream frosting …. ??

  77. Homemade tamales!

  78. Peanut butter fudge

  79. Caramel Apple Cheesecake.

  80. My favorite is making Coconut pound cake and Cinnamon coffee cake I make 4-6 cakes and give them away to my neighbor and to church.

  81. Fudge ! Only time of year we make it!

  82. Sweet potato casserole!

  83. sharyl wolter says:

    My favorite holiday dish is Texas Potatoes!

  84. Homemade southern dressing and pecan pie!!

  85. My favorite is my candied yams.

  86. Mine is my great grandmothers homemade eggnog that she makes every Christmas!

  87. Mmmm spiral ham in the crockpot with pineapple juice, brown sugar and maple syrup! Sooo tender and yummy! Sweet potato soufflé and a wonderful raspberry jello recipe I have! Fun to read everyone’s favorites!

  88. Rhonda iles says:

    At meal pie

  89. Rhonda iles says:

    Since my mom passed away I make her Lima beans . No one else make them like her !

  90. Berry salad. Made with red jello (cherry is my favorite to use, although the recipe calls for raspberry) and thawed frozen raspberries, blueberries, strawberries and cherries in a jello mold. Served in slices with whipped cream on top. Very festive!

  91. I love Joan Nathan’s classic potato latkes!

  92. Sweet potato casserole with marshmallows on top

  93. I love the peanut butter balls my sister-in-law makes for Christmas

  94. Michelle M. says:

    Two favorite holiday recipes for me: my maternal grandma’s stuffing and paternal grandma’s sweet surprise rolls. Lots of memories in those recipes <3

  95. We always make sugar cookies with kisses’ in the middle.

  96. This will be my first Christmas without my beloved husband of 40 years. He always loved my pecan pie and it will be on my table Christmas day as always.

  97. My favorite recipe is a pumpkin dessert that over the years has become know by our family as “Pumpkin Thang”. We all love it.

  98. I like to make German Stollen to give as gifts and serve Christmas Day for breakfast.

  99. Larry Street says:

    My favorite is pecan pie but it may now be the Salted Caramel Bacon Monkey Bread.

  100. Jean Whitaker says:

    Baked ham and sweet potatoes
    turkey and dressing—we have a big family

  101. Carol Eggers says:

    It wouldn’t be Christmas without the Hungarian Belish that I have made for the last 60 years and my mom made before me. It is a fruit or nut filled pastry that everyone loves.

  102. Cornbread stuffing

  103. It would not be Christmas if I did not have my mom’s cornbread dressing and pecan pie! A close third would be the poppyseed rolls mom made every year.

  104. Ed Bouillon says:

    Beans and rice Louisiana style with ham hock, Andouille and linguisa (sp) because we are half French from New Orleans and half Portuguese from California and mostly because we grew up poor and didn’t know it.

  105. Carol Bumpers says:

    I love your peanut butter ball bars!
    Merry Christmas!

  106. Susan Broughton says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is my Mother’s Christmas Cookies. We make them every year.

  107. Cornbread dressing with gravy!!

  108. Valerie LeMasters says:

    My favorite Christmas dish is my moms bananas and peanuts

  109. Pecan pie!

  110. Company Corn Pudding and Gingerbread men.

  111. Corn bread dressing and giblet gravy!

  112. There are so many wonderful recipes during the holidays – one that always brings back childhood memories especially of my dad is his recipe for smoked turkey the good ole southern way. After years of getting up at the crack of dawn and carefully watching my turkey on the grill (my dad put his on a spit and it would smoke most of the day), refilling woodchips, we bought an electric smoker. What a gift from heaven. Now my birds and everything else go in the smoker and we forget about them until the timer goes off and they’re ready to come out and rest. Our smoked turkey has the wonderful addition of smoked salt in the basting mixture which adds an extra smokey taste that we love. Merry Merry Christmas! And thanks for the giveaway!

  113. Katie Bulger says:

    We LOVE Beef Tenderloin with twice baked potatoes, green salad, and red velvet cake! It’s perfect, delicious, and easy!

  114. Sandy Fitch says:

    Our Christmas Eve dinner always includes Pierogi’s. Potato and cheese, potato and sauerkraut and a sweet cottage cheese with a hint of cinnamon. YUM!

  115. Russian cream with raspberries and Mexican wedding cakes
    Merry Christmas!!

  116. Susan Christy says:

    My favorite holiday food is Creamy Oatmeal Fudge.

  117. Liz Lindsey says:

    My fav dish is roasted sweet potatoes, apples seasoned with thyme, maple syrup, lemon juice & lemon zest, kosher salt, cracked pepper – YUM!!!

  118. Pat Ferguson says:

    Everything on the table!

  119. Red velvet cake

  120. Kricket Fountain says:

    My favorite holiday recipe is my homemade caramel-apple cheesecake, not to toot my own horn, but it’s DELISH! Everyone begs me to bake it, so, it must be somethin’ special, haha! My 2nd would be my grandma’s homemade chocolate-covered southern pecan pralines, just like the ones they make at River Street Sweets (maybe a little better, shhhh?) TY for the chance, Merry Christmas! !

  121. Jeannie Howard says:

    I love southern cooked chicken an dressing! I can eat it cold right outta the fridge!!

  122. Sharon Knerr says:

    The home made pie!!

  123. jane strobel says:

    Cornbread dressing with gravy!!!

  124. Dressing and gravy … and a big plate of vegs !! YUM

  125. I enjoy Pumpkin bread and French toast Breakfast Casseroles on Christmas morning. The cinnamon smell! Yummy…

  126. I hope I win the prize because they have fresh organic chickens and all of their meats, vegetables, fruits and every thing in the sprouts market is very good. I love to shop at Sprouts Market.

  127. My mama’s carrot souffle.

  128. I love all the appetizers but especially the dates wrapped in bacon.

  129. Christmas time is my favorite! The turkey/dressing and homemade cranberry relish, Yum!!!

  130. Chelle' Reese says:

    BBQ Ribs, Black Eyed Peas, greens, Cornbread, Fried potatoes and a sweet dessert for New Year’s.

  131. Keely Malagon says:

    My favorite has always been cornbread stuffing and pecan pie! Yummy!

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