Monday, June 13, 2011

Cascade 24 Hour Challenge {GIVEAWAY!}

A few days ago, P&G through My Blog Spark sent me a gift pack complete with a new casserole dish and sample 3 pack of Cascade's Complete Action Pacs to try out their 24 Hour Challenge!

My instructions:
1. Bake a cobbler and enjoy it.
2. Leave the empty/unrinsed dish out for 24 hours.
3. Without rinsing, put the dish in the dishwasher with Cascade Complete.



I used my recipe for Blackberry Peach Cobbler from last summer. I got a pack of organic berries for only $2 last week and then used a bag of frozen peaches as well. It was delicious!!



I had to keep my empty dish in the oven overnight and throughout the next day so I didn't have to look at it because it drives me crazy to not clean or at least soak a dish that's sitting out! This is what my new baking dish looked like 24 hours later.



Popped it in the dishwasher with one of these babies! I hate running a whole load for just one dish so I had a full washer as well I might add.



Voila! My pretty white baking dish came out pretty and white with no residue! The 24 Hour Challenge was a sucess!




You can get a 3 pack of Cascade Complete Action Pacs at Walmart right now for only $.97. I actually had a coupon from P&G for $1.00 off any Cascade product with me so I ended up making $.03 for buying a pack last week! The June P&G coupon insert has a coupon for $.25 off Cascade which would make them only $.72 to try out.



{GIVEAWAY!}


**UPDATE**

This giveaway is now CLOSED! Winners have been selected and notified via email. Thank you for entering and check back soon for more Fabule$$ giveaways!!




FIVE lucky Fabule$$ly Frugal Mom readers are going to win a sample pack of Cascade Complete Actionpacs to try the 24 hour challenge yourself and ONE even luckier reader will win a $15 Walmart gift card to buy some Cascade along with anything else you may need or want!




{HOW TO WIN}




Entering this giveaway is super easy, just leave a comment on this post letting us know what you would cook for your 24 Hour Challenge! Make sure to also leave your email address in the comment so that I have a way to contact you if you win! Example: fabulesslyfrugalmom (at) hotmail (dot) com




Extra Entries:


Earn up to 3 more entries to the giveaway! Please leave a separate comment for each entry along with your email address.




1. Subscribe to my Fabule$$ blog through your favorite reader! Leave a comment saying you are a current or new subscriber!




2. Follow me on Twitter and "tweet" about this giveaway to your followers! Make sure you include @FabFrugalMom in your tweet!




3. Blog about this giveaway on your own blog and leave a comment with a link back to your post so I can see it!




The giveaway begins today (6/13/2011) and ends at 9:00 PM PDT on Friday, June 24th, 2010. Winners will randomly be selected and notified via email. The winners will have 24 hours to respond with their mailing address before another winner will be selected.




Good Luck!




Disclosure: P&G through MyBlogSpark provided me with the Cascade Complete All-in-1 ActionPac 24 Hour Challenge kit, 5 trial packs, and the $15 Walmart gift card to giveaway to my readers. All photographs and opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own; I have received no other compensation for this post.


61 comments:

  1. I'd bake a lasagne! Not a huge fan of berry coblers and my apple ones seem to clean up fairly easy, so the real challenge would be getting my lasagne dish clean/ ;-D

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  2. Also, I follow you through google ;-D

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  3. I just found a recipe for carmel chocolate bars and tried them and cleaning my current dish was a pain! I would love to try it with the Cascade complete!

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  4. I would bake extra cheesy mac and cheese casserole! That baked-on cheese is a disaster to try to get off of ANYTHING!
    brynn.renee123@gmail.com

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  5. http://twitter.com/#!/Treasured2005/status/80949701435850753

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  6. I subscribed on Google Reader.

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  7. lasagna
    emmy1981 at aol dot com

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  8. I would love to try to the challange by cooking my tuna noodle casserole.

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  9. I would cook up my yummy beef and cheese enchiladas!!! Thanks for the opportunity!bronwenanncerny@yahoo.com

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  10. Something very cheesy!! Like...baked ziti!

    rg86(at)nau(dot)edu

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  11. I'd cook lasagna

    Carmen Q.
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  12. Reader subscriber (new)

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  13. Twitter follower and tweeted

    Carmen Q.
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  14. Id bake a cheese potato caserole

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  15. im a google reader subscriber

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  16. im following you in twitter and i tweeted my id is contestmama

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  17. I would make velveeta and meat dip. I always hate making this because I can never get the pan clean!
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  18. I subscribe via google reader anashct at gmail dot com

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  19. I blogged your giveaway: http://mommilitary.blogspot.com/2011/06/fabulely-frugal-mom-cascade-24-hour.html
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    Thanks!!

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  20. Mandatory Entry: I would make a crustless spinach quiche!
    Thanks for the opportunity!
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  21. I follow you on twitter @anashct
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  22. I tweeted at http://twitter.com/#!/anashct/status/81605886895861760
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  23. I would make a wild rice casserole - Yum!
    jake915 [at] gmail [dot]com

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  24. I would bake a apple crisp. It is a pain to get the pan clean after I cook that...but it is just soooo yummy!!
    kat.sparks.ra4g@statefarm.com

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  25. Already subscribed to Fabule$$ly Frugal Mom in reader
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  26. I'd make tuna noodle casserole or another pasta dish of some sort :-).

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  27. I'm a new google reader subscriber!

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  28. I would cook blueberry cobbler. thanks for the giveaway
    marlenebreakfield(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  29. rss subscriber
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  30. I'd cook my hubby's lasagna!

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  31. I blogged:

    http://savvydivasanddudes.blogspot.com/2011/06/supplement-your-pantry-with-food.html

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  32. Bake Mac and cheese for my challenge.
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  33. new feed subscriber
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  34. Scalloped potatoes
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  35. Strawberry Pie <3


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  36. I'd bake spagetti casserole! It always takes scrubbing to get my pans clean after making it.
    nikkirbrice(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  37. lasagna! clmemaw(at)gmail(dot)com

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  38. pineapple unpside down cake
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  39. I would cook a baked ziti or lasagna.

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  40. My baked cavatappi - it is a bear to clean! hpb157@yahoo.com

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  41. Cheesy chicken spaghetti is a big mess to clean up.

    tosra55@yahoo(dot)com

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  42. Mexican Lasagna - it is always super cheesy and super tough to clean!

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  43. I would cook my baked buffalo chicken strips. :)

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  44. I subscribe to your feed via google reader (enroutetolife(at)gmail(dot)com


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  45. Tweet

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  46. I'd make lasagna!

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  47. I have a recipe for noodles, chicken, onions, soup and cheese

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  48. Hmm, scalloped potatoes would be perfect for this challenge.

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  49. I would make potatoes au gratin for the challenge

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
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  50. I subscribed to your feed via google reader

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  51. following you on twitter @left_the_stars
    I tweeted your giveaway

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  52. I'd go for baked spaghetti!
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  53. I'd make blackberry streudel.
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