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Annual recipe contest: enter to win $100 credit!

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Share Your Favourite Recipes in Our Contest

With a little more than two weeks until our recipe contest closes you still have an opportunity to bake, cook or whip up a batch of your favourite recipe and share it with us!

Share your favourite recipe that incorporates any of our products for a chance to win $100 credit and recognition in our community! Your recipe will be featured on our site, in our newsletter and at our community events.

The deadline is August 15, 2020 – be sure to get it submitted by then for your chance to win! Keep reading to get five tips for a great recipe contest submission!


Get Inspired

Want to participate but not sure where to start? Think about how you use our products in your day to day cooking! We aren’t looking for the fanciest dish necessarily, nor the most exotic; we want to share great recipes that others will love to make. Whatever gets you excited – use that as a starting point!


Make the Recipe

Before you type out your recipe, we suggest making it so you can take notes. When it’s time to type it out, you can refer to your notes to make sure your recipe is as accurate as possible and to add any tips or techniques.


Snap a Photo

A picture is worth a thousand words! While it’s not required included with your submission, consider taking a photo and sharing it with us. It helps our team and the Rancho Vignola community to get inspired as well as to know what they are working towards.


Add an Intro

While it is not necessary to include an intro with your recipe submission, if you choose to, keep it short but sweet and from the heart – the idea is to introduce your recipe and make someone smile right before they begin to make it.


Keep It Brief

Don’t worry about writing long, super-detailed descriptions; separate instructions with bullet points. This will encourage you to keep each step brief and make it much easier for any home cook to follow along.

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2 Responses to “Annual recipe contest: enter to win $100 credit!”

  1. Anne Monteith

    Hearty Nut and Seed Granola
    Ingredients: 2 cups each of: raw cashews, raw pecans, sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds.
    1 cup each of: shredded coconut and hemp hearts
    3 medium apples
    1/4 cup Maple syrup or other sweetener
    1 TBSP vanilla
    1. In a food processor add one nut variety at a time and process.
    2. As each nut variety is processed add them to a large bowl
    3. Add 1 cup hemp hearts and 1 cup coconut to the bowl and mix well.
    4. Cut up 3 medium apples and add these to a food processor until the apples look like applesauce.
    5. Add a TBSP or more of cinnamon. Sweeten to taste with maple syrup, brown sugar, or other sweetener.
    6 Add the processed apples to the nuts and mix well so it is well incorporated
    7. On 2 cookie sheets spread out the nut and apple mixture.
    8. Place the granola into a 325 degrees oven and cook for 10 minutes then turn down the oven to 250 and cook for 40 minutes giving the mixture a stir and return to the oven for 40 minutes more. Or until cooked to your preference.

    Reply
    • Indra McMorran

      Thanks for submitting a recipe, Anne! I can’t wait to give this granola recipe a try, sounds delicious!

      Reply

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Annual recipe contest: enter to win $100 credit!

Posted by & filed under article, recipe.

Share Your Favourite Recipes in Our Contest

With a little more than two weeks until our recipe contest closes you still have an opportunity to bake, cook or whip up a batch of your favourite recipe and share it with us!

Share your favourite recipe that incorporates any of our products for a chance to win $100 credit and recognition in our community! Your recipe will be featured on our site, in our newsletter and at our community events.

The deadline is August 15, 2020 – be sure to get it submitted by then for your chance to win! Keep reading to get five tips for a great recipe contest submission!


Get Inspired

Want to participate but not sure where to start? Think about how you use our products in your day to day cooking! We aren’t looking for the fanciest dish necessarily, nor the most exotic; we want to share great recipes that others will love to make. Whatever gets you excited – use that as a starting point!


Make the Recipe

Before you type out your recipe, we suggest making it so you can take notes. When it’s time to type it out, you can refer to your notes to make sure your recipe is as accurate as possible and to add any tips or techniques.


Snap a Photo

A picture is worth a thousand words! While it’s not required included with your submission, consider taking a photo and sharing it with us. It helps our team and the Rancho Vignola community to get inspired as well as to know what they are working towards.


Add an Intro

While it is not necessary to include an intro with your recipe submission, if you choose to, keep it short but sweet and from the heart – the idea is to introduce your recipe and make someone smile right before they begin to make it.


Keep It Brief

Don’t worry about writing long, super-detailed descriptions; separate instructions with bullet points. This will encourage you to keep each step brief and make it much easier for any home cook to follow along.

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2 Responses to “Annual recipe contest: enter to win $100 credit!”

  1. Anne Monteith

    Hearty Nut and Seed Granola
    Ingredients: 2 cups each of: raw cashews, raw pecans, sunflower seeds, and pumpkin seeds.
    1 cup each of: shredded coconut and hemp hearts
    3 medium apples
    1/4 cup Maple syrup or other sweetener
    1 TBSP vanilla
    1. In a food processor add one nut variety at a time and process.
    2. As each nut variety is processed add them to a large bowl
    3. Add 1 cup hemp hearts and 1 cup coconut to the bowl and mix well.
    4. Cut up 3 medium apples and add these to a food processor until the apples look like applesauce.
    5. Add a TBSP or more of cinnamon. Sweeten to taste with maple syrup, brown sugar, or other sweetener.
    6 Add the processed apples to the nuts and mix well so it is well incorporated
    7. On 2 cookie sheets spread out the nut and apple mixture.
    8. Place the granola into a 325 degrees oven and cook for 10 minutes then turn down the oven to 250 and cook for 40 minutes giving the mixture a stir and return to the oven for 40 minutes more. Or until cooked to your preference.

    Reply
    • Indra McMorran

      Thanks for submitting a recipe, Anne! I can’t wait to give this granola recipe a try, sounds delicious!

      Reply

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