Smuckers Basket Giveaway – Closed

I’ve got something to give you today.

A huge basket filled with all sorts of Smucker’s jams, jellies, fruit spreads, cute spreaders and a recipe book to save all your families recipes.


In my family we eat jelly just about everyday.  I bake and cook with Orchard’s Finest and my kids are addicted to peanut butter and jelly.  Yep, peanut butter and jelly everyday.

Smucker’s is running a recipe contest and the finalists have just been announced on their site.  You should check them out, they all sound delicious!

Cherished family traditions often begin in the kitchen, and the makers of Smucker’s® jams, jellies, preserves, fruit spreads and fruit butters know a thing or two about bringing families together through wonderful meals.


In honor of the contest the people at Smucker’s would like to give you one of these gorgeous baskets filled with loads of goodies.

Besides the delicious jams, jellies and preserves you will get this adorable cloth-bound recipe book to save your family’s favorite recipes.

The pages of the book are thick and gorgeous and ready to be filled with memories.

The basket is valued at $50 and includes:

  •  A variety of Smucker’s fruit spreads
  • Cloth-bound Recipe book
  • Gingham-patterned set of spreaders

To enter to win the basket leave me a comment here on a favorite family tradition you have in the kitchen.

I can’t wait to here what you share.


The contest is open until Saturday, February 25th at 11:59 pm


Winner is comment #106, Kim

Hi! I’m Shelly and I’m an addict. Of the buttercream sort. I started this site a few years ago as a way to justify my sugary, buttery obsession with desserts. It has worked out well for me so far, because as it turns out you guys all love sugary, buttery desserts too! It feels good to know you're not alone, doesn’t it?

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katie m
katie m

My favorite cooking memories are standing on a chair, wearing and apron, mixing a cake with my mother. There is nothing more fun as a child than licking the spoon.

Kim Lee
Kim Lee

I have two girls and we love to get in the kitchen with my mother and “prepare” for a tea party. They are 9 and 7 and we have done this for years. We like to make cucumber sandwiches where we cut the bread with a round cookie cutter to fit the slices. We also melt chocolate and dip all kinds of fruit in it. I think our favorite, though, is making sour cream biscuits in mini muffin pans and serving with jelly (they’re to die for and oh, so easy). We then add whatever we have available to those… Read more »

Mary Ann Parker
Mary Ann Parker

I love making chicken and dumpling with my mom and my sister. =)

Staci A

Once a week we like to bake something together. It doesn’t really matter what it is, but we all bake together and get to enjoy it throughout the week! My son loves when he can lick the spoon (or bowl.)

Kim Z

Growing up, my mom would always let us lick the paddle from the kitchen aid when she was done making cookies. It was such a treat – almost more delicious than the cookies themselves. To this day, if I let someone lick the paddle after I make cookies, it’s a real testament to how much they mean to me 🙂

Jess B
Jess B

My family loves singing together, and one of my favorite traditions with my sisters is making up silly songs at thanksgiving about food, that go to the tunes of Christmas songs. Instill remember the classic “O, Moldy Pies.”


Our family tradition is when we have pancakes, we all have our first one with smuckers grape jelly on it instead of the tradional maple syrup. This was something I always did as a child and my family now has adopted the tradition. I really don’t rememby why I started doing this, but it is a funny little thing that always happens on pancake day!

Julie H.
Julie H.

My oldest son every Christmas helps me make my Grandma’s thumbprint cookie recipe. He is in charge of rolling the dough into balls and them rolling them into colored sugar.


When I was little, my Dad (who was Slovak heritage) used to make homemade keilbasa for Christmas and Easter…and he used to let me help him make the links and tie them up. And making homemade pickles in a big stoneware crock) Helping my Dad was always somuch fun.


Every year my father and i spend hours making various types of chex mix the old fashioned way. After we are done, we go out and deliver it to various people in the neighborhood. Since I only get to visit once or so a year, it is a really nice way to get to spend time with him.


Every Thanksgiving I enjoy helping my Mom in the kitchen. Usually I am the sous chef/pastry chef, making sweet potato casserole, and pumpkin pie, but also helping to snap green beans and peel potatoes. Thanksgiving dinner is my favorite meal to prepare of the year.

Chelsea@Chelsea Is Dishing Up

One of my favorite family traditions in the kitchen growing up was making a birthday cake for Jesus on Christmas Eve. It was almost always funfetti with rainbow chip frosting. Yum. Makes me miss my siblings just thinking about it.

Allison R.
Allison R.

My favorite family tradition in the kitchen is mixing cakes with my mom in the kitchen and her letting my sister and I eat all the batter off of the beaters and bowl. To this day, I still prefer cake batter to any dessert!

Rolanda W.
Rolanda W.

My favorite family tradition is when my whole family gets together on Christmas Eve for our Christmas Program. We bring all types of finger foods and desserts and after we eat we sing Christmas songs, play games, sing karaoke, talent contest, biblical trivia and sometimes religious readings. After all of that we exchange gifts then depart to our homes right after midnight. It’s a amazing time that we look forward to all year.

Sarah S

Our family tradition is Christmas Breakfast, complete with my late grandmother’s Biscuits and Gravy recipe.

Shelly Hi! I’m Shelly and I’m an addict. Of the buttercream sort. I started this site a few years ago as a way to justify my sugary, buttery obsession with desserts. It has worked out well for me so far, because as it turns out you guys all love sugary, buttery desserts too! It feels good to know you're not alone, doesn’t it?

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