Cooks Holiday Breakfast Prize Pack Giveaway

Cooks Holiday Breakfast Prize Pack Giveaway
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Welcome to The Cooks Holiday Breakfast Prize Pack Giveaway

Sponsored by: BrylaneHome.com

Hosted by: BabyCostcutters.com

BabyCostcutters is featuring BrylaneHome products on their Holiday Gift Guide! You can read her full review of these wonderful prize items here.

One Lucky winner will receive the Pancake Batter Dispenser, Omelet Pan with Egg Poacher, Reversible Griddle & Grill Spans 2 Burners, Cast Iron Grill Press, and the BrylaneHome® Double Slow Cooker!*

The perfect gift for the cook on Christmas morning!

Giveaway ends Dec. 18, 2013. Must be 18+ years of age to enter. Open to US Only. Use the form below to enter.

Happy Holidays and Good Luck!

*Prizes are not guaranteed to be received by Christmas.

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88 Responses to Cooks Holiday Breakfast Prize Pack Giveaway

  1. Theresa R says:

    Breakfast Casserole and maybe somr cinnamon rolls

  2. Rachel DeHart says:

    I like making pancakes and sausage.

  3. Toni Porter says:

    I'll usually make a blueberry french toast casserole the night before, so all I have to do is slip it in the oven Christmas morning.

  4. Stephen says:

    Waffles and sausage!

  5. Marsha says:

    I used to do the breakfast casserole but we've done a donut bar the past few years.

  6. Shawna M says:

    Overnight coffe cake! YUM

  7. stephanie u. says:

    Normally baking some cinnamon rolls or cookies!

  8. Shelia S says:

    Holiday mornings we usually have muffins.

  9. Stephanie Phelps says:

    We normally have hashbrown casserole because I can prep the night before and then just pop in the oven the morning of Christmas.

  10. Jennifer Rote says:

    I usually make western omeltets.

  11. Sarah G says:

    Cinnamon rolls and a breakfast casserole cooked in the crock pot.

  12. Erin G says:

    I cook cinnamon casserole, eggs, toast, cut up fruit and juice.

  13. Danette DW says:

    We have all the fixings at my sisters but from our childhood, I bring the Pillsbury Orange glaze cinnamon rolls. It is a must.

  14. angel d says:

    french toast and bacon

  15. lynn buttedal says:

    My husband loves making breakfast! Be neat gift for him! Pancakes and sausage! Thank you for chance!

  16. Amy Honious says:

    For holidays, we usually cook fried oysters or crab cakes benedict!  Thanks for such a great and very bountiful giveaway :)

  17. Kiera M. says:

    usually make eggnog french toast

  18. Ronald G says:

    Home made receipe for French toast

  19. Donna Becker says:

    Biscuits & gravy

  20. Jeanne says:

    We love sausage and egg casserole with orange rolls.

  21. Jessie C. says:

    Pancakes, waffles and omeltte.

  22. Tanya Holland says:

    I make French toast and bacon.


  23. My family is coming from all over this year this would be great to have for mthe holiday breakfast feast. Thanks for the giveaways. God Bless and good luck to all those who enter.

  24. April Wray says:

    Ham and Homemade Biscuits. Something easy for the kids asa they are too excited for anything else!

  25. Ashley D Burkett says:

    We usually have cinnamon rolls, biscuits, and coffee :)

  26. Angela Cash says:

    We normally have French toast for breakfast on Christmas morning. And coffee for the adults with homemade amaretto. YUM!

  27. Laura Houston says:

    I like to make pancakes and bacon on Christmas morning.  Of course, we always eat cookies while opening presents.

  28. Lisa G says:

    I cook a breakfast casserole!

  29. Courtney S says:

    Cinnamon rolls!

  30. Rachel DeHart says:

    grilled cheese sanwhichs, sausage links and eggs.

  31. Rosa Espinal says:

    Bacon and eggs with sausage

  32. LORI ROYCE says:

    Pancakes, baked french toast, eggs, bacon, sausage, hashbrowns….

  33. Teri Melton says:

    Bacon sausage or ham, eggs, hashbrowns, biscuits and gravy. Then collapse.

  34. Margaret Wise says:

    Breakfast is my kid's favorite meal of the day. Sometimes dinner is breakfast:)


  35. OMG  I love to cook, this would be awesome.

     
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  36. June S. says:

    My husband and I always have hash browns, eggs, and toast together on the weekends.

  37. Alesia P. says:

    Bacon and eggs or a breakfast casserole.

  38. lisa says:

    I just don't cook. Too much trouble and mess.

  39. Cheryl Inga says:

    Strawberry Waffles with whipped cream and bacon and sausage.

  40. Cassandra says:

    Eggs and bacon

  41. Chris O says:

    Pie! (It's a family tradition.)

  42. Michelle S says:

    We usually make a hashbrown, egg, & ham dish plus a cherry strudel.

  43. Katie O. says:

    Donuts, cinnamon rolls, and fresh fruit. Easy peasy :)

  44. samantha penrod says:

    pancakes and bacon

  45. erica emerson says:

    Wow, what a prize to win.


  46. pancakes or waffels for the kids and omlets for me and my husband

  47. Ruth Hill says:

    Generally a casserole–French Toast especially!  We used to have Eggs Benedict.

  48. Dana Nation says:

    Traditionally, growing up we had Pillsbury Cinnamon rolls. Now that I'm older I can't eat that anymore, so we just do eggs.

  49. Martha W says:

    A sausage, egg and biscuit bundt pan casserole.

  50. Cathy Howard says:

    Grits, eggs, sausage, bacon, and biscuits….now i’m hungry!

  51. Dorothy Teel says:

    We usually have a hash brown, sausage, egg cheese pie that is put together night before and cooked on breakfast morning, it is eaten kinda like pizza and we all love it and of course I make sweet rolls, yummy

  52. tanya cox says:

    We usually have homemade sausage gravy n' biscuits, eggs, and bacon.

  53. Ashley Trail says:

    We do cinnamon rolls, scrambled eggs, french toast and sausage from the butchers. Yummy!!!

  54. Val in MN says:

    Hubby makes a fantastic cheesy hashbrown abd egg skillet breatfast with bacon.  YUMMY!

     

  55. Lorina Padgett says:

    We have Quiche Lorraine, bacon and fruit.

  56. Victoria Carlson says:

    We always make pancakes or cinnamon rolls! :)


  57. Sausabe cheese balls, easy, quick and keeps them out of the kitchen.

     

  58. Kate J says:

    I usually cook bacon!! and I have just started cooking omelets so I will start making those too. And sometimes pancakes but that's more my dad's specialty.

  59. Pamela Gurganus says:

    For breakfast on holiday mornings, I normally have a breakfast casserole cooking in my crock pot!

  60. Jai B. says:

    breakfast casserole with toast and fruit :)

  61. bonita english says:

    we have pancakes,eggs meat and hashbrowns this would be a great win,thanks for chance and happy holidays

  62. Angela Haskins says:

    I usually make cinnamon rolls. We eat light because our dinner is usually early.

  63. Amy Lumley says:

    waffles, bacon, eggs

     

  64. mona camp says:

    omlets bacon sausage hashbrowns on christmas morning oh cant forget cinn rolls

  65. Karen Dries says:

    Wait, I'm supposed to cook? Guess pancakes

  66. Hailey B. says:

    Egg, cheese casserole.. or Mess (whatever veggies are in the fridge with egg, cheese, and curry).

  67. Amber M says:

    Biscuits or cinnamon rolls.

  68. Angela W says:

    Homemade french toast and bacon.

  69. Cheryl says:

    Nothing, we go to my moms!

  70. Cheryl Rahkonen says:

    On holidays, we usually have bacon, eggs, toast, hot chocolate and cinnamon rolls.

  71. leeann says:

    On holiday mornings, waffles and bacon!

  72. heather baker says:

    Different each year, I've done breakfast casseroles, muffins, pancakes, it depends on what the family is in the mood for.

  73. Gina H. says:

    Pancakes

  74. Rachel M says:

    We usually cook cinnamon rolls with juice for the kids and coffee for us

  75. Danalee Davis says:

    We like cinnamon rolls and hot chocolate at our house.

  76. Ann Barham says:

    I love making making biscuits fromm scratch for breakfast.

  77. Sherry Compton says:

    Holidays we keep breakfast simple since the other meals are big just the normal cereal.  I love to cook bacon and eggs though for our big breakfasts.

  78. Laura Martinez says:

    Apple pancakes, veggie sausage and eggs.

  79. Cherish says:

    Breakfast casserole, sausage balls and chocolate gravy.

  80. Ashleigh S says:

    On Christmas morning we traditionally have New Zealand savories. They are like mini queiche with bacon. :)

  81. Phyllis says:

    hash browns,sausages,coffee

  82. AndreaC says:

    Whatever my mother in law makes, we're lucky :)

  83. Cynthia Cover says:

    I make Belgium Waffles and scrambled eggs with cheddar…YUM!

  84. Terra Agueda says:

    I make a strata or quiche with muffins, coffee, fruits, etc. 

  85. Shane says:

    Fluffy clouds- a dish with biscuits, eggs, sausage, and cheese. So good

  86. melina r says:

    We cook pancakes, bacon, and eggs.

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