Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Nutorious Nuts and Ayala Herbal Water! #Giveaway

This is part of the Made In America Giveaway Event hosted by Woven By Words and Joy of Mama Joyner!  We've teamed up with over 40 other bloggers to bring you some great prizes, but best of all every.single.prize is made in the USA!  Not only will you be entering to win some amazing prizes, but you'll also become aware of how many American made products and companies are out there!  Let's all get educated on these awesome companies, and start supporting those who are committed to keeping Americans working!!

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There once was a gal named Helena
Who folks say was such a complain-ah.
She ate some nuts called Nutorious,
And washed them down with water called Ayala.
Then she took them to a party,
where they all then said, "She's such a play-ah!" 

Pardon the verse, but seriously these two items would be a fabulous addition to any party!  Even though these are two separate companies, they have a lot of  similarities.  They were both created by women, both companies are proudly made in the U.S. and both are winning awards for their great quality, taste and ingredients. And I've got both of these to give to one lucky Gal Pal today in a giveaway! 

                                                                          Nutorious Nuts   

These come in 6 different varieties, Pumpkin Palooza being the newest creation, and they are all delicious!  Like it says on the package, these nuts will be addictive, so beware!  Almonds, Walnuts and Pecans are the nuts and the different flavors are amazing!  I know when these nuts arrived, my husband was all about trying them. We weren't disappointed when we tried them, either.  They are delicious.  I tried all 6 flavors in the 4 oz. snack size. You can eat them straight out of the bag, or you can put them on top of desserts like ice cream (Ooh La La Original), blend them in salads (cranberry orange tango), put them in your oatmeal (Pumpkin Palooza), or bring them to a summer party (Blueberry Lemon Meringue).


Ayala's Herbal Water      
Again, in 6 flavors and I loved it.  It made drinking my daily quota of water very enjoyable indeed!  My personal favorites were Lemongrass Mint Vanilla and Ginger Lemon Peel!  They would be great at parties as an alternative to alcohol or even soda!  That is the goal of the creator of Ayala's Herbal Water, Dr. Ayala Laufer-Cahana, M.D.  An accomplished physician in pediatrics and medical genetics, Dr. Ayala's love of gardening and culinary exploration led her to conceive Herbal Water in her own backyard herb garden.  Herbal water is the first nationally available USDA Organic Certified flavored water!  Truly unique!  It's amazing that this water has zero calories because it tastes so good! 
Let's hear it for US Companies headed by women!  Enter the giveaway below by liking Ayala's Herbal Water and Nutorious Nuts on Facebook. Then proceed to the optional entries after that.  Do as many or as few as you'd like!  Good luck!

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The Grand Prize for this Event will be a Kayak from Lifetime Products plus $100 PayPal cash!  Enter for that over at Woven By Words or Joy of Mama Joyner!

49 comments :

Amanda (floatingpyramids) said...

The Nutorious Cranberry Orano Tango Scones sound delicious!!

I learned that Herbal Water is absolutely zero calories and has no sugar. Which is incredibly important to me!

Thanks for the lovely giveaway! floatingpyramids@gmail.com

samamfee said...

pear and cherry tartlet

samamfee said...

It has no calories :)

Marti Parks said...

I would like to try the chicken salad.

Marti Parks said...

I like that they have a variety with ginger in it.

puye said...

I learned that Herbal Water is absolutely zero calories and has no sugar.
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puye said...

I like that they have a variety with ginger in it
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Madeline Brubaker said...

I'd like to try the Baby Green Salad with Citrus.

Amber said...

I learned that Ayala's herbal water has zero calories and no preservatives either!
Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Amber said...

I would love to try the Pear and Cherry Tartlet recipe at Nutorious Nut Confections!

Thank you for the giveaway :)
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Ann Fantom said...

I would like to try Nutorius Nuts' Pear and Cherry Tartlet recipe

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danw78704 said...

twitted this, 3/7

Georgette said...

The Nutorious Barley Salad sounds pretty good.

Georgette said...

I liked the lemon ginger peel water. Yum!

Amanda McMahon said...

http://www.nutoriousnuts.com/index.php/2010/04/nutorious-cranberry-orango-tango-scones/ this looks awesome!

AimeeKay said...

I would like to try the pear and cherry tartlet!

AimeeKay said...

I liked the different food pairings and recipes on the Ayala site!

ann said...

I would like to try the pear and cherry tartlet

ann said...

They are zero calories and all natural products

Susana Higuera said...

I want to try the Baby Green Salad with Citrus

Trudy Z. said...

I want to try the sour cream streusel coffee cake.

Trudy Z. said...

I liked the sound of the lemongrass mint herbal water

Trudy Z. said...

I liked the sound of the lemongrass mint herbal water

calvad said...

I would like to try the Marinated Sirloin and Grilled Asparagus salad. Deana C

tannawings said...

Conventional food is grown using a multitude of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. Herbal water is all organic

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tannawings said...

Brie en Croute sounds super good!



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Tonya T said...

Pear and Cherry Tartlet.

I like that there are no artificial sweeteners added to the Herbal Water.

susansmoaks said...

i want to try the chicken salad recipe
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susansmoaks said...

i like the recipes and food pairing section at ayala's herbal water
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mary gardner said...

Lemon Ginger Peel Water!

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mary gardner said...

Baby Green Salad with Citrus!

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brich2222 said...

want to try the pear and cherry tartlet

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brich2222 said...

like their ginger lemon peel sparkling water


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Whitney said...

Lavender sounds great!

Whitney said...

I'd love to try make the Cranberry Orango Tango scones!

greenhome said...

baby green salad with citris

Anonymous said...

I'd try the Chicken Salad.
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Anonymous said...

I like that they don't use any sugar, sweeteners, preservatives, or additives of any kind!
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Trisha McKee said...

I would love to try the Sour Cream Streusal cake.

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Trisha McKee said...

I love that the herbal water site gives you food to pair with the waters.

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clenna said...

The Marinated Steak and Asparagus salad sound awesome. My mouth is watering now.

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clenna said...

What unusal flavor combinations for water. I would love to try anything with lemon in it.

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latanya said...

sour cream struessel cake

Melanie Ski said...

Nutorious Barley Salad

Maggie said...

Baby Green Salad with Citrus

Maggie said...

that is has zero calories, zero artificial, and zero preservatives :)

Kay Maher said...

There are so many that look good! The marinated Steak and Asparagus Salad looks delish!

Stephanie H. said...

I would love to try Pear and Cherry Tartlet sounds really nice to me

Stephanie H. said...

No calories and no sweeteners just artisan water and wholesome herbs that blend for a wonderful experience