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Wednesday
Apr062011

Sweet Giveaway: Win 4 Cupcakes Baked in Jars!

Canning is all the rage, but I'll tell you the truth: I'd rather eat a cupcake than a jar of preserves any day.

And if you're like me, you'll freaking love this giveaway, for 4 Cupcakes-In-A-Jar!

These sweeties are baked with love by Betty Crocker Wannabe, and one lucky winner will win four delicious treats: 2 each of the Turtle and Chocolate Lover's flavors. 

WHAT IS A CUPCAKE-IN-A-JAR? Cupcakes-In-A-Jar are delicious, fully cooked, ready to eat cupcakes layered in a half pint jar and packaged with a signature orange spoon. Each jar contains the equivalent of 2 regular sized frosted cupcakes. Eat immediately upon receipt, refrigerate for up to 2 weeks or freeze for up to 6 weeks. What makes Cupcakes-In-A-Jar truly unique is their ability to ship. Each jar is carefully packaged to insure safe delivery. 

How do you enter? It's so easy. Simply leave a comment below addressing this important dessert subject: when at a restaurant, do you like to share dessert? Or do you like to like to keep it all to yourself?

One lucky winner will be chosen at random one week, on Thursday, April 14th at noon PST. Since the prize is perishable, US entrants only! If you can't wait, go ahead and order some at Betty Crocker Wannabe.

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Reader Comments (216)

I love to share if the other person has dessert too...otherwise all bets are off =o)
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterJeanette
When my husband and I go out to eat we sometimes will share dessert. If we go to my favorite place that has banana cobbler then sharing is not even an option.
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterErica
When at a restaurant, I can never decide which dessert to get. Therefore, I always make sure I'm with someone who has similar tastes. That way we each get our own dessert but share! You get the best of both worlds :-)
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterJessica
I always share. The portions are too big, most of the time.
April 6 | Unregistered Commenterladywild
We always share but we get 2 so we can try something different but still share.
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterJessica
I like to order something different than the person I'm dining with and then share! So I guess I like to share and keep to myself!
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterAriel
I usually share dessert when eating out, but secretly I want it all to myself. I only share to save myself the agony later on from too much sugar. So, I share but only pretend it is willingly. Lol
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterLovey
I barely ever get dessert at a restaurant so when I do, there's no sharing.
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterErin
I don't like to ever share! I like to keep it all to myself and eat the whole thing :) Especially when cake is involved.
Those look so pretty! I love the colored layers - perfect for spring.

I prefer to share my desserts when I am out. That way, I can talk about how to recreate it with someone else (and justify spending $10 on a slice of cake/pie/heaven).
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterATLbaker
Sharing is caring.
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterRH
Well in theory i would love to eat dessert all by myself, but in reality I'm usually too full to do anything other than a few bites. The best dessert i've ever had was pumpkin ice cream in a toffee shell drizzled with homemade choco/caramel sauce. The shell was divine after becoming slightly chewy from the ice cream. That i did eat all by myself!!
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterJulesjet
When I go to dinner with my husband, we always share dessert. If I am out with girlfriends, dessert is all mine.
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterJen B
I like for everyone else to share. Does that answer your question?
April 6 | Unregistered Commentercandin
Very rarely am I up for sharing dessert! On occasion I will buy a dessert and bring home to share.
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterDebbie H.
Good question dear! :) I'm all for sharing - especially with awesome people who appreciate deliciousness. Sharing also has it's advantages if there happens to be more than 1 dessert that looks enticing - order both, and try each of them together! Cheers! :)
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterMichele R.
i like to share ... but each person has to order one so you can taste eachothers !!!
April 6 | Unregistered Commentermichelle
I love sharing all food! Desserts included :D
April 6 | Unregistered Commentermolly
love to share, but even more better is when whoever I am dining with gets another dessert so I can share that too!
April 6 | Unregistered Commenterwendy sue
I like to share it but only because I'm so stuffed after all my restaurant dinner. Or I like for a few people to get different things so we can share them and I can try every one of them :)
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterMelinda
well at first i share, but if it is soooooo good the sharing stop.
hahahaha =)
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterDebbie D.
When me and my best friend go out to eat we like to get two desserts that are different and then share. Its more fun cause you get to try different ones that you may not have picked out fer yourself.
April 6 | Unregistered Commenterstarla
I totally am a sharer - but you better have something good, otherwise no-way-Jose! These sound sooo delicious... gonna check out BC Wannabe right now :o)
April 6 | Unregistered Commenterjennifer
I Love to share! Each of us gets something different and we get to taste each others!
April 6 | Unregistered Commentermartina fegan
I like ordering one of everything for the table and everyone sharing.
April 6 | Unregistered CommenterJessica
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