In my opinion, this giveaway maybe the sweetest of all! A $30 Gift Certificate to Oh Nuts.
Now, I have a confession to make. Before I started this blog, I had never heard of Oh Nuts. Yes, I know. But I live in Kansas, in my defense.
Then in December, my son’s first grade teacher was making a HUGE deal about this AMAZING chocolate that she ordered for our kids’ Chanukkah presentation.
The kids’ presentation was good (thanks for asking), but the chocolate…. well, it was incredible. It was this stuffed pretzel type thing, that had hazelnut inside and then a hard chocolate shell on the outside. (I’m making myself crave chocolate just typing this.)
As you can imagine, when the good folks at Oh Nuts offered to give one of my readers a $30 gift certificate, I was all over it. (And I only spent like 2 seconds trying to figure out how I could rig the contest so my husband would win and I would get to keep all the chocolate for MYSELF.)
If you are the winner, you can feel free to use your $30 toward a Mishloach Manot for Purim. (They even have a section in their Purim Store with FREE SHIPPING – and y’all know how I feel about FREE SHIPPING.)
But really, the sky’s the limit. Well, $30 actually. But you know what I mean. The winner can take their thirty smackers and buy whatever Oh Nuts deliciousness floats their boat.
So, I’m guessing you’d like a chance to win today’s giveaway, yes?
Today there is just one entry per person. Just leave a comment on this post – say hi, tell me your life story, describe your favorite chocolate treat… whatever you want, just leave ONE comment.
Entries on this – and the rest of my Purim giveaways – will end on Sunday, March 13 at midnight. I will announce all the winners on Monday morning!
All winners will be selected randomly. Each person can win only once during the week-long Purim Giveaway.
Disclaimer: Oh Nuts will provide one $30 gift certificate to one of my readers. Neither I nor my family have not been compensated in any way for my positive opinions of their very yummy chocolate pretzel hazelnut things.