Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Green Resolutions Giveaway Hop

Mama Making Changes is pleased as punch to be participating in the 
Green Resolutions Giveaway Hop
hosted by Happy Mothering & Mama Chocolate!


Green Resolutions Giveaway

Did you make any resolutions for the New Year? So many people resolve to live healthier and greener lifestyles each year and in 2013 we'd like to help you succeed! To help our readers start their New Year off Green, members of the Green Moms Network have come together to offer giveaways valued at $25+. After entering my giveaway below, please visit the other blogs listed under the Rafflecopter form to find the rest of the green giveaways.Each participating blog on the list is giving away one or more items that will help you keep your green resolutions!


Here at Mama Making Changes, I am happy to be working with Papa Ben's Kitchen!



Papa Ben's Kitchen is a family business that makes mandelbroyt, a type of Jewish twice-baked bread that is very much like biscotti. Mandel means almond and broyt means bread. Using all natural ingredients and a family recipe, they make five flavors:

Original Family Recipe
Minty Dark Chocolate
Chocolate Espresso Bean
Lemon Blueberry w/Poppy Seeds
Spicy Chipotle w/Ginger & Dark Chocolate

In honor of Holocaust Remembrance Day on January 27th, Papa Ben's Kitchen is giving away a 5-pack of their mandelbroyt that includes one of each flavor and has a retail value of $34.95 if purchased separately!



Not only is Papa Ben's mandelbroyt made with all natural ingredients, but it's also dairy-free, kosher, and only 80 calories per slice! That means this sweet treat is actually healthy, low-carb, and low-calorie!

Read the full review here for more info!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

18 comments:

  1. I learned that their products are kosher.

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  2. I learned that Mandelbroyt, also known as Mandelbread, is a type of Jewish bread or twice baked bread that is similar to Italian biscotti or almond bread.

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  3. I learned in Yiddish Mandel means Almond and Broyt means Bread. Almondbread yum!

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  4. I learned that they provide fundraising opportunities. That would be really fun especially since their products are so affordable.

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  5. I learned that Papa Ben is from Poland, and he learned the art of baking from his father.

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  6. I learned that they are Kosher and Non dairy!
    masugr at yahoo dot com

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  7. I learned that, after the war, he came to America with his only surviving relative, his sister. (How sad)

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  8. I learned that it's all natural and only 80 calories.

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  9. I learned that they are Kosher and low calorie

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  10. well I love the name Ben and Ben is aparantly Polish! just like me!

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  11. I learned that their products are Kosher and Non-dairy.

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  12. I learned that if you buy the 5 pack you save $5.00!
    xoxo
    Thanks!

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  13. I learned that you can do fundraisers with the products! :)

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  14. I learned that Mandelbroyt is actually a Jewish bread and twice baked.

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  15. I learned that Papa Ben's father owned a chocolate company. That has to give you a good start in sweets!!
    Elle
    hey_wren@yahoo.com

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  16. I learned that Papa Ben learned how to cook from his father!

    I also learned that their products are Kosher and Non-dairy.

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  17. I learned Papa Ben was born in 1928

    orangestar17(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  18. Papa Ben was born in Krakow, Poland - & there are wonderful pictures of his family on his site! (Nice to see a giveaway for Jewish products.)

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