Jif Salted Caramel Hazelnut Spread Giveaway

Oh friends…I’ve got a great giveaway for you today. Two of my favorite things: Jif’s Salted Caramel Hazelnut Spread and money.

Remember a few weeks ago when I shared some of my latest obsessions? Well, Jif’s Salted Caramel Spread made the list. BECAUSE IT’S AMAZINGGGGG!

Anyhow, today I have decided that you guys need some of this on your life stat. Like yesterday.

So, leave me a comment here and tell me what you would spread your Jif all up on.

You can see above I slopped it all over ice cream. Like whoa.

And then this…


I decided to give my rice cake thing some calories. Because nobody’s got time for calorie-less food.

So yeah, leave me a comment here letting my know how you will spread it and you’ll be entered to win:

  • Jif Salted Caramel Hazelnut Spread
  •  $100 Grocery gift card
  • An ADORABLE Serving snack plate


Like I said, my favorite things: treats and money!

Contest closes 10/24/14 at 11:59 pm EST

434 Responses

  1. Janet Kuper

    I would put this on my banana wrap. Tortilla, salted caramel Jiff, and banana… Roll and enjoy! Sounds delish. Off to the store!! πŸ™‚

  2. Karla

    Oh goodness…. I’ve not seen this but absolutely love salted caramel anything. I wonder if a banana salted caramel muffin wouldn’t be the ticker. I’ve some ripe frozen bananas calling to me. Or maybe just a lovely frosting for a banana muffin… Things to dream or drool over.

  3. Shelley Sher

    I would put Jif salted caramel hazelnut spread on milk crackers. Or I would put on bread with some peanutbutter and bananas and grill them like a grill cheese. Yummm

  4. Jessica

    We buy those rice cakes from the Amish. I like the cheese and blueberry flavor.
    If I won I would have to try putting it on the plain rice cakes. I’m sure it would be good

  5. Esmeralda

    That all looks yummy!!!! I’d try it with oatmeal!! I love oatmeal with peanut butter so I can only imagine how much more enjoyable it would be with this!!!

  6. Barbara Kryvko

    I would spread them on homemade oatmeal cookies…hot out of the oen, so the spread gets a little melty before I scarf it down!

  7. Terri C

    I think it would be wonderful spread on an apple slice or even a pear. And I think I’d have to try a little melted and drizzled on popcorn. Sounds so good! Oh wait drizzled on warm cinnamon rolls πŸ™‚

  8. Jan Weleski

    I would use it in my Special K bars or other recipes that call for peanut butter. It would add a different taste than normal. I would also put it on celery and apple slices. It sounds amazing!!

  9. Esmeralda

    I’m not sure if this’ll post as my previous comment wouldn’t. Anyhow… I’d definitely try this with oatmeal! I’m a big fan of oatmeal with peanut butter, so I can only imagine how much more delicious it’d be with this!! πŸ™‚

  10. carol L

    I would definitely try this on toast. Also a great filling for whoopie pies.. Pretzels dipped in this would be great…Pretty much anything..

  11. Mercedes D

    I would mix it in milkshakes and spread it on fries and brownies. I’d also make sandwiches with it and put it on a dessert pizza, mmm

  12. Keita

    Oh my! I just discovered this fantastic treat and did put some on ice cream, but it mostly disappeared spoonful by spoonful. I even made special trips out to the kitchen because I couldn’t stay away from it! When I have some more, I am thinking about French toast with it instead of maple syrup or powered sugar. What wonderful recipes are you thinking about?

  13. Jane Mi Harper

    I am going to spread it on some homemade apple bread! And on crackers and in brownies… I guess the question is what won’t I spread it on? Lol

  14. Carmen

    I would spread jiffys salted caramel hazelnut all over a warm biscuit so it will melt all over and all the gooey goodness will kiss every nook and cranny:))))))

  15. Kylie

    I should probably say something “appropriate” for an adult but I will be hinest – I would probably eat it right from the jar!!

  16. Ching Capistrano

    i would die of happiness when i take the first bite of my fried twinkies with a drizzle Jif Salted Caramel Hazelnut Spread.. omg!!!

  17. Courtney

    I love to spread any Jif product on pocket pitas and then top it with marshmallow fluff. It’s how I can get away with eating fluffernutters at an older age!

  18. ariana

    Jif salted caramel hazelnut spread is my FAVORITE. Even better than Nutella. MUCH better. I would LOVE to win this. Sorry for all the capitals but I just must express my enthusiasm! The best part about the Jif versions (chocolate, salted caramel, and cappucinno) is that they unlike Nutella, the Jifare soy-free! Since I have family who are soy intolerant this is a big deal!

    I would spread it on pretty much everything. But mostly my fingers I think.

  19. Shawn Chaney

    After the grandkids and I eat half of it, we will spread it all over everything or that is how it usually works out for our happy, messy crew!

  20. I remember when Evan and I came to visit you and you let me have a spoonful of this wonderful, magical spread. As soon as I could find it in the store, I bought multiple jars. And I slather it on everything – whole grain waffles, toast, Jif and banana sandwiches, pretzel rods…

  21. Sharon

    Well seeing as I already eat Jif peanut butter with a spoon, I might as well keep a good thing going with the salted caramel hazelnut spread. Ooo just thinking that makes me all warm and fuzzy!!

  22. Marianne Hertel

    My fav afternoon snack is peanut butter and honey on graham crackers. I’ll switch the Salted Caramel Hazelnut Spread in place of the honey. Yum! πŸ™‚

  23. Michelle

    I would definitely use this in a sourdough panini with homemade raspberry jam and a sprinkle of sea salt and brown sugar to give the crust some flavor and crunch.

  24. Kristyn P

    I would put it as the middle layer in some peanut butter rice krispy treat ice cream sandwiches on top of the vanilla ice cream!

  25. Christie Ferguson

    I would spread it on graham crackers and then place a toasted marshmallow sandwiched between the two graham crackers. YUMM!

  26. Emily

    I would bake sugar cookies in mini muffin pans. Pull them out and punch the centers down with a shot glass and add a spoonful of this stuff into the hole and let cool.

  27. Does spreading it inside brownie batter count? I would love to make some Chocolate Caramel Brownies with it….add some toffee bits, bake ‘er up, and some flaked sea salt over too…. Voila!

    And in agreement! Gotta liven up those rice cakes!

  28. Linda

    Sounds delish. I’d use it in brownie cups! And between peanut butter cookies. Or chocolate chip cookies. Or as a dip for strawberries, bananas, pretzels, graham crackers…. Or just on a spoon. πŸ™‚

  29. Linda Lamb

    What to serve it on would be the question of the day. How about graham crackers, angelfood cake, ice cream, as a frosting on cake or brownies, french toast, pancakes, or my favorite way just a big spoon or even my finger if no one is watching me.

  30. Michelle

    What wouldn’t I spread it on……this stuff is so wonderful it literally goes with almost anything. I’ve even put it on celery!!! Would love, love, love to have more of it….

  31. Pam

    I would send it in a care package to my Navy daughter, who is on the USS Mt. Whitney. I bet she would slather it on saltine crackers for that sweet and salty taste she loves! Hopefully, she would share with her fellow sailors!!

  32. Caiti

    I think almost anything sweet-ish is great on graham crackers, but I’d also love to try it as frosting on a chocolate cake. I love to bake with stuff like that, and have made nutella bars in the past that i think would be even better with the jiff spread!

  33. David

    I usually eat the hazelnut spreads on toast, but the salted caramel variety needs to go on something sweet, like ice cream or cupcakes.

  34. Nikki

    I would probably end up spreading the spread on just about anything, and I would use the card to restock my baking supplies, then serve what I bake on the platter πŸ™‚

  35. Laura

    A spoon would be my favorite…but I would dip mini pretzel sticks in it or use as a frosting or stir in for brownies or blondies. Warming it slightly and pouring over ice cream would be awesome as well.

  36. Barbara Bradford

    I would spread some on my morning oatmeal, let it melt a bit then make pretty swirls. Pretty food always taste better!!

  37. Wendy Schatz

    I think the Jif Salted Caramel Hazelnut Spread would be wonderful as a grilled cheese using mascarpone and raspberries. Other than that, it would be delicious between macaroons or meringue.

  38. Denise

    I would use to some plain yogart vanilla yogart for some depthless to the flavor. I also love these spreads on fruits or bite size rice cakes. For a big treat they are awesome on some old fashion vanilla wafers……yummmmm yummmm

  39. Barbara Seidler

    I would ear the salted caramel hazelnut spread on my ring finger, then my little finger, then my middle finger and if any were still left in the jar I’d put it on my lemon oreo cookies. Hazelnut — what a sophisticated flavor that I LOVE!!!!!!

  40. Lisa D.

    Ummm…must I spread it on anything? How about just spreading it on my tongue…can’t I just dip my fingers in and eat it all up. I promise to keep my own personal jar of it so that I might double-dip to my heart’s content! OK, OK,if I absolutely HAVE to spread it on something edible, I choose Dean Winchester. *wink*

  41. Janis

    Boy! After reading all these ideas I certainly want to try it on everything!! I have frozen waffles for brakfast a LOT and I think I am going to try it on those instead of cool whip. Or maybe under the cool whip. I’d put fruit on top. Maybe bananas and strawberries! Yummy! Heading to the store to get some Salted Caramel Hazelnut right now. All I have is plain Hazelnut. But that would be good too. I might even have it for supper!!!

  42. Ronda

    Just bought a crepe pan…and the spread w/b marvelous on a crepe. That’s what I would do with it…and on crackers, apples, oh, just everything!

  43. Cherie

    I would definitely dip strawberries… Yum! Spread on saltines, dip apples, use on top of waffles and frost shortbread cookies. (Then lick my fingers!)
    I really do eat crunchy Jif everyday on saltines for breakfast! Love it! Going to try this for a treat.
    Thanks Shelly

  44. Emily

    I would melt it and drizzle it over some popcorn. I also would probably put it as a glaze for chocolate chip scones. Spreading it on an Oreo wouldn’t be half bad either. Animal crackers. That would be delicious. And strawberries. Can’t forget your strawberries.

  45. Theresa

    I have wanted to try it. My son, who has Down Syndrome loves the chocolate spread on sandwich with peanut butter. He might like this, but I think I would like it more. I think I want to try it on all the ideas that everyone has suggested in the comments. First, a big spoonful in mouth would be great!

  46. Tracy Turner

    I’m thinking this might be really good on that Chocolate Hazelnut cake recipe you posted a while back. Heat a bit of it up and drrriiiizzzzllle over the top! Yummy!! Matter of fact, I am making that cake for an upcoming party in two weeks and I think I’ll do just that..

  47. Megan

    I would put it on bread with peanut butter and bananas and make a grilled peanut butter, banana, and chocolate hazelnut spread sandwich that both my kids and I would love!!

  48. Liz

    Ok, what about slathered on a toasted slice of banana bread!!! Yummy, right? Or baked as a marble swirl inside banana bread. Or on a plain banana-oK, I’m fixated!

  49. jessica z

    We will spread it on our strawberry Magic Pops and dip pretzel sticks (not rods) in the Jif Salted Caramel Hazelnut Spread!!

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  51. van p

    I normally just take a graham cracker and dip it in the spread. I am surprise I still have the jar lying around since it is not completely empty. I need to buy more graham crackers.

  52. Ashley H.

    This would taste great in my protein shake, in some oatmeal, or even drizzled over some icecream. Yummerz!!! I can almost taste it now.

  53. Mary L Reilly

    Would spread it all over someone special and enjoy every delicious salty goodness and then have a cup of tea and a cookie with some of it spread on it

  54. Brittney

    Ooohh! I saw this in the store, but forgot to grab a jar! It looks divine! I think that this would be awesome in frosting, or even in cookies! It would also be great on toast!

  55. Kaye Killgore

    What I didn’t eat straight out of the jar, I’d try putting it on Vanilla yogurt, ice cream, or toast or English muffins

  56. Meredith

    I think I would like to use it to make a buttercream for a chocolate cake! It would be so easy! Just, butter, jif spread, and powdered sugar as needed. And maybe a smidge of cream or whole milk to smooth it out… yummm…

  57. JoeyfromSC

    spread it on toast! looks SO good!! If I’m being honest, I’d probably eat it straight out of the jar with a spoon! LMAO!

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    Joey J.

  58. Candi

    First of all, thanks for the giveaway opportunity!! πŸ™‚ (Your website is my favorite for treats!) I would use this on pancakes, definitely try it on the ice cream, and use in cookies too…among many other things we can think of πŸ™‚ Thanks!

  59. Rachel J

    Well if I MUST spread it on something rather than spooning it directly into my mouth, it would definitely be on pumpkin pancakes πŸ™‚

  60. Ursula

    make some simple butter cookies. Spread on each an put 2 together like a sandwich and dip in melted dark chocolate. Best yet forget the spreading and get a spoon! Simple & direct
    A big thank you to Carole Resnick for forwarding this to me; I did not know there was such a wonderful thing as this new spread…..yum

  61. I would dip apple slices in this, and then I could justify it as “healthy” because I’m eating it with fruit.

    But let’s be honest, I’d probably smear some of this on a banana, wrap it in a won-ton wrapper and fry that bad boy up. Yum!

  62. Ohemgee! What is this wizardry I see before me? Salted caramel hazelnut spread… seriously? *wildly drools*

    Why oh why do we not have that spread here in the UK? I hope it catches on over here because I need me some of that.

    (I can’t enter, so I hope my comment doesn’t screw up the giveaway selection process.)

  63. I believe that I would have to create a cupcake to complement this deliciousness. Maybe an almond cupcake or a banana cake, to which I would then inject the center of the cupcakes with the Jif as a filling. My vanilla buttercream recipe would be great whipped up with some more of the Jif and then swirled onto the cupcakes.

  64. julia

    I’m just going to be honest, I wouldn’t spread this on anything! I’d eat it straight from the jar lol I love pb on a spoon! Mmmmm nom nom nom

  65. I would bake 3 -9″ rounds of Devil’s Food Cake and use the Jiff Salted Caramel Hazelnut spread and turn it into buttercream. Take first layer of cake and spread buttercream then place fresh cut banana slices over the top and drizzles of caramel. Repeat with 2nd Layer of cake. Crumb coat and frost the entire cake in Jif buttercream and edge the cake with chopped toasted hazelnuts and melted Jif spread drizzled all over cake.

  66. Avi

    I would love this on top of ice cream or to dip fruit into and on top of an english muffin or some hearty bread for breakfast…YUM!! πŸ™‚

  67. Michelle Jenkins

    I would spread it on toast or english muffins, or graham crackers, or a tortilla, or dip apples in it or mix it into my banana nut bread recipe or….. I think I need to stop and leave room for others to comment! LOL

  68. Julie

    Oh goodness, well… since you’re asking me to put it ON something (as opposed to just eating it straight up w/ a spoon! Not that I would ever suggest such a thing…) how about on some Nilla Wafers?

  69. sarah k

    I’ve tried the salted caramel version and it is so delicious, so other then just eating it with a spoon πŸ™‚ I would put it in oatmeal, on bread and I think it would taste really good on banana bread and brownies too.

  70. connie elston

    We like it on toast and love to lather it on any kind of pretzels. I also like to dip a spoon in the jar and enjoy it slowly.

  71. Arlene Claudio

    I think I would probably spread it on a bolillo (I’m Mexican). With some Mexican hot chocolate, For breakfast. PS. My family and I love your Sunday chocolate cake! I make once a month. On Sunday’s of course!:)

  72. Anne

    I think this Jif spread would make a great filling for sandwich cookies, so I’m thinking I need to get a jar and make some nice vanilla spritz or other equally mild-flavored cookies that will complement the salted-caramel-hazelnut Jif.

  73. Spread it, dunk it, dip it, heck, I think I would even just go right in and spoon it into my mouth straight from the jar! Sounds and looks AHHHHmazing! πŸ™‚

  74. I grew up breaking pretzels into my Butter Peacan ice cream. My mom would pour hot fudge onto it. I think this mealted onto of my creation would be melted.
    I had my pretzels and Butter Peacan last night. I think I’ll buy some at my next commissary visit.
    Thank you for fun wonderful website.

  75. Meredith G

    As many things I would probably put this on (mmm cookies sounds AWESOME), I would not even lie and say the first thing I’d do with this deliciousness is dip a spoon in and get a big ol’ hunk of it and eat it straight up. No shame in my spooning deliciousness game. πŸ™‚ YUM!!!

  76. Pandapuddin

    Hi! I’ve been visiting this site obsessively for quite a few months….and this giveaway brought me out of my lurking!

    Mainly because I LOVE hazelnut spread of any kind!
    The possibilities are really endless to what I would/could do with this spread.
    I love chocolate hazelnut spread on pancakes, sometimes in pancake batter (yum!).
    A cupcake with Hazelnut Spread and banana incorporated either in the batter or the frosting (or both!!) would be to die for!
    But my go-to for any hazelnut spread is a PB&CHS (chocolate hazelnut spread) sandwich!

  77. Kelsey D

    I would put mine on a piece of toasted cinnamon raisin bread than top it with some sliced banana. What a perfect breakfast! The banana cancels out any calories, right??

  78. Suzy

    The absolutely best way to indulge is to spread it on a slice of tart apple and top with a thin slice of sharp cheese. Oh the goodness your mouth has never known before. Trust me, you taste buds will thanks you!

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