GIVEAWAY | Pampered Chef Prize Package for Passover

I know a lot of you are going to be VERY excited about today’s giveaway.

One lucky Kosher on a Budget reader will win a $119 prize package from the Pampered Chef – perfect for all your Passover cooking and hosting.

The winning package will include:

The Deep Covered Baker in Cranberry

Bake a 5-lb. chicken or turkey breast, 4-lb. roast, casseroles and more! Unglazed on the inside for perfect baking, glazed on the outside for perfect presentation. Lid inverts into baker for space-saving storage. 12 1/2″ x 9 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, 12 1/2 cups. Stoneware evenly distributes heat and draws moisture away from the surface; retains heat, so your just-out-of-the-oven foods stay hot longer; virtually nonporous, so it doesn’t retain oils, odors or flavors; microwave-, freezer-, and conventional and convection oven-safe.

Plus one medium and one large scoop

These heavy-duty stainless steel scoops are great for evenly portioning batters, doughs, fillings and salads. And yes, they do make the perfect matzah ball! Squeeze-action handles allow for convenient one-handed use. Dishwasher-safe.

Plus, Independent Consultant for the Pampered Chef host Lisa Sobel has set up a special Pampered Chef Passover Sale for KOAB readers!

From now thru Sunday, March 25, you will save 5% when you spend $60 or more – and 10% if you spend over $100 at Lisa’s Passover Pampered Chef Sale. Plus, when you spend $60 or more, you get a free gift – a Square Leakproof Glass Container.

No coupon code required. Just be sure to shop through THIS LINK and then Lisa will email you an updated invoice.

While the sale is good on anything in the online store, here are some items Lisa especially recommends for Passover:

Manual Food Processor – make charoset without electricity!

Round Covered Baker – the smaller version of the Deep Covered Baker included in the giveaway

Any Stoneware Pieces – keep food warm overnight without being on the stove!

The Ultimate Mandoline and the Food Chopper – both make prepping kugels a breeze!

To enter to win a $119 Pampered Chef Passover Prize Package, please leave a comment on this post with the one kitchen item you can’t live without during Passover. (Eg. a good set of knives.)

If you’d like even more chances to win, you can do any or all of the following:

  • Go check out the Pampered Chef Passover sale and then leave a separate comment on this post with the one product you’d really like to have for your Passover collection
  • Share this giveaway with your friends on Facebook by posting the following status update: Kosher on a Budget is hosting a Pampered Chef Giveaway for Passover.  Check it out here  Then come back and leave a comment on this post telling me that you’ve done so.

This giveaway will be open until Sunday, March 25th. The winner will be notified on Monday, 3/26/12, so that your prize package can be shipped in plenty of time for Passover.

Good luck!

Disclaimer: This giveaway is provided by Lisa Sobel, an Independent Consultant for the Pampered Chef. I was not compensated in any way for hosting this giveaway nor for sharing my positive opinions.


  1. A Seltzer maker!!!!

  2. Can’t live without my parents, who are coming to help this year because I had twins two months ago 🙂

  3. Aviva Karoly says

    cant live without the food processor on pesach!

  4. Aviva Karoly says

    shared on facebook!

  5. Aviva Karoly says

    I would love a really good set of knives from the Pampered Chef!

  6. Aviva Karoly says

    Liked Lisa’s Pampered Chef Corner on facebook!

  7. Can’t live without my food processor and a big cookie sheet to roast vegetables and make great meringues.

  8. posted the contest!

  9. most used = peelers for all the potatoes!

  10. I think the french fry cutter would be very useful for Pesach!

  11. I don’t have very many passover utensils, but I do love my immersion blender!

  12. I would LOVE to have a mandolin, but it would be tough to decide whether to use it for chametz or pesach.

  13. I liked Lisa’s PC page on facebook.

  14. I posted this giveaway as my status on fb. Thanks!

  15. Frying pan. Lots of eggs and fish on Pesach

  16. My biggest Passover necessity is our dairy oven. That’s really where the bulk of our meals happen!

    Otherwise, I’d go with a great knife and cutting board.

  17. And I liked Lisa’s FB page

  18. I use my mandolin a lot during the year so it would be nice to have one for pesach too

  19. Daniella Adar says

    I have no good stuff to use on passover 🙁 I hope to start my collection…ask me again in a few years what I can not live without…

    Happy Pesach to everyone!!!

  20. Can’t live without my electric mixer for beating all those eggs and egg whites!

  21. Of course I liked Lisa’s facebook page!

  22. Before yom tov starts, I can’t live without an electric mixer. Once the holiday starts it’s the set of peeler/frying pan/spatula that seems to be constantly in use!

  23. Good knives are a must!!

  24. “Liked” Lisa’s page on FB

  25. food processor!

  26. the one kitchen item you can’t live without during Passover… I use SOOO many gadgets that make my life easier. I would have to agree with the food processor, but if we are talking pampered chef. I could never live without my oven stones. I use them almost every day!

  27. For passover I would love to get some more serving trays. There are some beautiful ones on the site.

  28. can’t live w/ o my handmixer

  29. Laurie Cohen says

    The main thing I can’t live without is my good butcher knife! Absolutely critical!

  30. I made darn sure to buy a hand mixer – can’t make Pesach cakes without something to whup up the eggs!

  31. Laurie Cohen says

    I just LIKED your Facebook page! Thanks..I’ll look at it regularly! YOu have great stuff!

  32. Commented on FB!

  33. Bia Klein says

    What can’t I live without over Pesach? Has to be a good set of knives and a hand mixer. I’m too old to beat up eggs for kneidlach with a fork like my grandmother used to make me! And knives…that’s self-explanatory.

  34. A peeler!

  35. I would love and immersion blender

  36. I posted on facebook about the giveaway

  37. love it all!!

  38. I liked Lisa’s page on facebook!

  39. lawrence levine says

    I love my bar pan more and more every day. So versatile.

  40. I love PC’s Santuko knifes! I use them all the time and have a seperate set for Pesach! I also use the stoneware to make “bagels” for Pesach!

  41. I also liked Lisa’s page!

  42. Eva Sandorfy says

    I cann’t wait to try it if I win. Looks really sharp.

  43. Karen Kardon says

    I need a really good set of knives – right now, I have very little for Pesach!

  44. Sheryl Meler says

    I happen to own a pampered chef egg separator that is such a huge help on Pesach with all those recipies that require eggs.

  45. Lori Goldsman says

    My roaster is the most important kitchen item. Great for the brisket, chicken, baked potatoes, and almost everything . As a matter of fact I use them all year around. Thanks to all the stores that bring them in for Turkey day and then I can replace them at a great deal. Have a Kosher La Pesach!

  46. grater for old-school marror grating!

  47. i’d love a grill pan

  48. I use my food processor nonstop during pesach

  49. Cannot live without my measuring cups!

  50. This is more of a don’t want to than a can’t, my dad’s wooden mixing bowl and chopper. High sentimental value.