Fisher Nuts Prize Pack Giveaway

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Fisher Nuts is teaming up with Food Network Chef Alex Guarnaschelli, a regular judge on Chopped, to make your holiday cooking a bit easier and they’re giving away this great prize pack to one of my readers!

The Fisher Prize Pack includes:

  • Fisher Chef’s Naturals Slivered Almonds
  • Fisher Chef’s Naturals Pecan Halves
  • Fisher Chef’s Naturals Walnut Halves & Pieces
  • Food Network 5-Piece Stainless Steel Measuring Cups
  • Food Network Silicone Spatula
  • OXO Whisk
  • Wood Cutting Board



Check out all of Alex’s recipes at!

You can also find AlexGuarnaschelli on Twitter!


**Fisher Nuts and Alex Guarnaschelli will be hosting a Twitter Party tonight (Tuesday, December 11th) from 9-10pm EST. Chef Alex will be tweeting her tips and answering questions throughout the party.  Register in advance and be entered to win a prize package of Fisher products perfect for holiday entertaining!  Join the party on their Custom Tweetgrid! **


When it comes to baking with nuts, I have to say that I’m quite a walnut fan.  My mom used walnuts in her baked goods, so I guess walnuts have always been my go-to nut for baking.  Whenever I make cookies that have no nuts in the recipe, I feel like something’s missing.

Here are some recipes on my blog that have walnuts in them.  All of these bread recipes make great holiday gifts when you use those cute ceramic bread pans and wrap them in cellophane and a pretty bow.  Of course, the mini breads don’t take as much time to cook, so you just need to lower the cooking time and test with a tooth pick to make sure they’re done.


Sweet Potato Streusel Bread


Apple Pie Bread


Chocolate Banana Nut Bread


Date Nut Bread


This recipe uses sliced or slivered almonds.


Chinese Cabbage Salad

I have been using Fisher Nuts in all of my holiday baking and love using the cooking tools in this prize pack!

If you would like to win the Fisher Nuts Prize Pack,

enter on the Rafflecopter widget below!

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I am working with Fisher to share Chef Alex Guarnaschelli’s recipes and my own original recipes using Fisher Nuts and tools they provided. However, my opinions are entirely my own and I have not been paid to publish positive comments.

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    jengd says

    Let’s see. Some of my cookies will have nuts: almond kisses, sandies, Christmas kisses and jam thumbprints. Then there’s the toffee and… oh. I’m sure there’s more. :)

  2. 12

    Kathy says

    My family loves apple raisin walnut cake with cream cheese frosting and topped with more walnuts – my grandmother’s recipe. So delicious :)

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    Darlene Owen says

    A friend gave me this idea. She said take a pretzel the round small kind, put a rolo candy on top put in oven for 2 minutes then put a pecan (or walnut) on top and press down, sounds yummy.

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    Charlotte Moore says

    I make lots of muffins with pecan, walnuts, and dried fruit. They are made with whole wheat flour too. Much healthier. I also make a healthier no crust pecan pie with honey and agave.

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    Terri S. says

    Our family loves all kinds of nuts. I’ll be making pecan sandies (my son-in-law’s favorite cookies), chocolate walnut fudge (my son’s favorite) and almond biscotti (hubby’s favorite) for the holidays. :-)

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    Nicole-Lynn says

    Great opportunity! I’d love to try their products. If I won, I’d make some pecan pie bars with the pecans for friends, the walnuts for some banana nut bread for co-workers and almonds for almond cookies and treats for family.

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    Jean whitaker says

    candied nuts, nut breads, fudge with nuts—just about anything you can think of with nut from breads to salads

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    jo says

    morning glory muffins – I used walnuts the last time, but could use pecans or almonds if I wished. It’s interchangable. Banana bread is another favorite in our house – walnuts or pecans/


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