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OREO “Play Up Dessert” December Kit Giveaway. Ends @ 3PM EST on Dec. 20, 2012

OREO Play Up Dessert

This is going to be a super quick giveaway turnaround. Normally I give 7-10 days for giveaways. I would really love to get these fabulous kits in the hands of some super creative people ASAP.

If you read my blog on a regular basis you’ll know that I’ve been giving away these cool “kits” from OREO to help five lucky winner “Play Up Dessert” with OREO cookies. I really love what the winners have come up with this far. Sadly, not all kit winners have submitted photos of their creations to me like I had hoped they would. The whole idea of these great kits is to see what fun things people can create for dessert using one of our most beloved cookies – OREOS!

I have FIVE of the December Kits to giveaway to FIVE lucky readers. Before you enter please take this into consideration. I would LOVE to see what kind of great dessert you create with the kit. Please only enter if you are willing to create something and e-mail a photo to me and show me what you made. As an added incentive one of the kit winners who submit a photo will win a $100 gift card. I don’t know about you but a $100 would certainly come in handy. 🙂

OREO Play Up Dessert 2

This month’s kit is wonderful! I had wanted to make chocolate dipped OREOS but due to my not-so-lovely stomach bug and a few other things I was unable to gather up the supplies I needed. What I had planned on doing was taking the holiday edition OREO cookies and dip some in milk chocolate and others in white chocolate. Then I wanted to sprinkle some broken candy cane pieces on them. The kit comes with peppermint flavored candy cane sprinkles. I probably would have used them too.

Where do I begin with this kit? First of all the container is great for storing holiday decorations in. I plan on re-purposing the container to sore some of our Christmas tree ornaments in. It’s too cute not to reuse.

The kit came with two packages of Winter edition OREO cookies. They are the ones with the red cream in the middle.

My kids pounced on them like they haven’t eaten in weeks. I told them not to eat all the OREOS because I wanted to do something with them (dip them) but my kids didn’t hear me say that because half the cookies in one of the packages were gone by the next morning (I think my hubby might have helped them a bit).

December OREO Play Up Dessert Kit

Also included in the kit are the following goodies…

– Lovely Crate & Barrel Bowls in festive designs. I plan on using these to put nuts, candy and other goodies in and leave out for guests to enjoy.

– Place cards and a place card holder.

– 2 packages of Winter OREO cookies

– Peppermint flavored candy candy sprinkles

– Food coloring

– Star shaped cookie cutter

– Gift boxes (great for sharing freshly baked holiday cookies with)

– OREO recipe book

Thinking about the contents of this kit, can you think of something creative to make with them? What kind of an OREO dessert or treat can use make? Of course you are more then welcome to get as creative as possible. The recipe book is filled with great recipe ideas. You don’t have to use the kit contents (but it would be nice).

OREO Bowls

I still plan on making the dipped OREOS. Maybe I’ll make them for Christmas day dinner with my father and stepmother. We need to bring dessert and this would be a fun way to Play Up Dessert with OREO cookies. We’re also going to a friend’s house for dinner on the 29th. I’m going to see what other OREO dessert I can create and bring with us.

Please be sure to check out OREO online http://Brands.Nabisco.com/Oreo/. You can also check them out on Facebook and Twitter.

Now for the giveaway. I want to get the addresses of all the winners ASAP tomorrow (12/20/12) so I’m making the contest end at 3:00 PM EST and I will pull and contact the winners immediately. If you enter please check your e-mail around 3-3:00 and if you are a winner please get back to me right away so the kit can be mailed out on Friday.

PLEASE ONLY ENTER if you can take a photo of your creation and e-mail it to me. It’s no fun not having great photos to show everyone what great things they can create with OREOS. If you think you can’t do that for whatever reason, please reconsider entering so that someone who can share a photo can win. I’m not going to fault you if you don’t. I know life happens. Trust me, I’ve been having a lot of “life happens” going on in my life recently.

I’m going to make this entry really easy. Simply leave a comment on this post and tell me what you THINK you might want to create if you are one of the kit winners – or – if you don’t have any ideas yet simply tell me why you would like to win the kit?

This giveaway is open to US residents only and will end at 3:00 PM (EST) on December 20, 2012.

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Kimberly

*I am being compensated for my participation in this campaign. I addition I also received a free kit. All opinions expressed are my own adn are not influenced in any way.

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About Kimberly

Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family and "mini zoo" consisting of five cats, a dog and a Goldfish. Kimberly works with school aged children doing before/after school care. When she is not working or blogging, Kimberly enjoys taking photos of nature and hanging out with family and friends.

Comments

  1. I’m not sure what I would make, but I would love to win this and have something really cool to do with my nephew. I don’t get much time with him and when I do, I want to do something he’ll really enjoy.

  2. Oh I would really love to win this! I already have something very special in mind, that I would create with it, but don’t want to say to much. I would for sure send you a picture of it tho 😉

  3. Kelsey house says:

    I LOVE baking so I know I will make something amazing! Haha maybe peppermint Oreo sugar cookies shaped like stars! Or maybe Oreo cheesecake with peppermint sprinkles! Yummy! Thank you dear!

  4. Jackeline Davila says:

    Not sure what I would bake but boy would me and my daughter LOVE to win this. In the kitchen is where we spent most of our quality time together. Since we love to create, I’m sure we can come up with something nifty to do.

  5. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I’d make some cookies n cream fudge!

  6. I’m not sure what I would make but I would have a blast figuring something out with all these goodies.

  7. I would love to win the kit so my daughter and I can come up with something crazy to make with them! sweepmorey at gmail dot com

  8. Tracey Andino says:

    I would make cinnamon oreo stars.. you mix cream cheese and oreos and put them in the blender and let them sit in the fridge, THEN take the star cutter and make the shapes.. I can put them on sticks, and dip them in chocolate… 🙂 Chocolate Covered cinnamon cream cheese Holiday Oreos!!! Thanks for the giveaways!!

  9. I would make oreo truffles.

    Thanks!

  10. I would love to win the kit because I love to bake. Me and my 3 kids would have so much fun with this. We are oreo lovers!!

  11. Wow I’d love to win one of these so me and my 3 teens could make some wonderful Star Cookies for the holidays and as tight as it is around here this year. It would be a great get to my family.

  12. I would love to make some oreo snowman!! Sounds like such a fun craft to do with my 4 girls. 🙂 Thanks!

  13. chantal ronchetto says:

    I think I would make a star shaped oreo crust pie and sprinkle the peppermint on top

  14. Heather McVicker says:

    I am not sure what I would create, but I’m positive that my daughter & I would have a great time coming up with something! I would love to win this so that if nothing else we can create some great memories in the kitchen!

  15. I have an idea for a raspberry chocolate torte and would love to make for our family Christmas!

    I also would really appreciate those adorable bowls. I am hoping to redo my kitchen with red accents and have just a few pieces so far. (teapot, toaster, blender). NOW, just to get a fire under my husband to get started. I have only been waiting for a kitchen do over for 11 years. Kids come first!

  16. debbie jackson says:

    I don’t know but I love to create fab looking desserts debbie jackson
    djackson1958 at hotmail dot com

  17. I’d love to make some cut out cookies, dip the oreo cookies in almond bark with sprinkles. I’d like the bowls for snacks. Beautiful set!
    pbclark(at)netins(dot)net

  18. I am not sure what I would make, but it does sound fun to do it.
    twoofakind12@yahoo.com

  19. I’m not sure exactly what I would make but I have some ideas going through my mind. My kids and I love to spend time in the kitchen together so I think we’d do some recipe searching and adapt something to make it special for the holidays. With 2 weeks off from school a mommy and girls kitchen date is definitely in order.

  20. I can make a pie with Oreo pudding (with more oreo’s on top, of course!)… That’s pretty easy & not time consuming… (of course… if I scrape together time, I’d love to make something more!)

  21. Barbara Stenby says:

    I would love to make either a Christmas Oreo cheese cake or a red Velvet Oreo cake. There could be some white chocolate oreo fudge made also possible. Too many possibilities! But what ever I make I can definitely e-mail you great pics!

  22. I wouldl ove to try and make star shaped brownies with crushed oreos in top – maybe some melted chocolate and sprinkles on top too!

  23. Cake balls or some sort of fudge!

  24. I have a fabulous dessert that I will spin-off with a festive twist. I usually make Oreos dipped in brownie batter and then placed in a muffin tin cup, filled with more brownie batter and baked.

    For your dessert challenge, I will bake the Oreos in the brownie batter (I think I will crumble the Oreos in the batter). I will make cream cheese icing tinted with food color swirled through it. I’ll use the star cutter to cut our the brownie shapes and I’ll scatter the sprinkles on top of the brownie stars.

    If I win, I will send you a photograph! My fingers are crossed!

  25. I haven’t seen these in stores! Loved them I would dip them in white chocolate and make little showmanship, my kiddos would love it!!!

  26. well we love snowmen so I am thinking of something along a snowman theme…maybe some kind of cupcakes

  27. Christine Halverson says:

    I enjoy making cute no bake snacks for holidays= )

  28. Christine Halverson says:

    I will be sure to send you a photo of what I make. Thank you for this cute giveaway.
    christilynn262@yahoo.com

  29. Diane Kleemann says:

    I would like to make the Melting Snowball Oreo Cookie Balls. I think it would be a fun project for New Year’s Eve.

  30. not sure what I would make. but my daughter is coming home from college-and we love baking together. I am so excited waiting for her. (she comes home today) so this would be super fun for both of us .

  31. Colleen Turner says:

    I have been baking up a storm this holiday season and actually used these holiday Oreos to make chocolate covered cookies! I just dipped them in melted white chocolate bark and then sprinkled them with green sprinkles. I also used regular oreos (all crushed up) and a brick of cream cheese and made chocolate covered “truffles”. I think with this kit I would like to try to make some of those cute little snowman faced balls on the cover of the recipe book!

  32. The first thing that came to mind was…an Oreo Christmas tree. Currently working on the details, but I think I know how to pull it off. Why does my brain have to come up with all the difficult projects? At least I’ll be off work for 1.5wks. Might take some time.

  33. I would make an oreo cheesecake

  34. I’d make an oreo cake.

  35. Sprinkledash says:

    I would make Oreo Biscuit Chocolate Cake with Snowy Meringue For Christmas for my kids:

    Ingredients
    For The Cake Layers
    1 1/4 cups (2 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened, plus more for pans
    2 cups all-purpose flour, plus more for pans
    8 ounces best-quality bittersweet chocolate, coarsely chopped
    2 teaspoons baking powder
    3/4 teaspoon salt
    1 1/2 cups sugar
    1/2 cup low-fat buttermilk
    1 1/2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract
    6 large eggs, lightly beaten
    For The Ganache Filling
    3 cups heavy cream
    1 1/2 pounds best-quality semisweet Oreo Biscuit chocolate, coarsely chopped
    2 cups blanched almonds, toasted, coarsely chopped
    For The Ganache Glaze
    3 cups heavy cream
    1 pound best-quality semisweet chocolate, coarsely chopped
    For The Topping
    4 large egg whites
    1 1/2 cups sugar
    Directions

    Make the cake layers: Preheat oven to 325 degrees. Butter two 9-inch round cake pans. Line bottoms with parchment paper; butter parchment. Dust with flour, and tap out excess; set aside. Melt chocolate in a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water, stirring. Let cool completely. Whisk flour, baking powder, and salt in a medium bowl; set aside.
    Put butter and sugar into the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment. Mix on medium-high speed until pale and fluffy, 3 to 5 minutes. Reduce speed to low. Mix in buttermilk and vanilla. Add flour mixture in 3 batches, alternating with the eggs, 2 at a time. Add Oreo Biscuit chocolate; mix until smooth.
    Divide batter between prepared pans. Bake until a cake tester comes out clean, about 30 minutes. Let cool on wire racks 15 minutes. Turn out cakes, and remove parchment. Let cool completely on racks. Cakes can be refrigerated, wrapped tightly in plastic, up to 2 days.
    Meanwhile, make the ganache filling: Bring cream to a boil in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat. Pour over chocolate in a heatproof mixer bowl; stir until smooth. Let cool completely. Attach bowl to mixer fitted with the whisk attachment. Beat on medium-high speed until mixture reaches a medium stiff consistency, 2 to 5 minutes, checking frequently. If it does not reach this consistency, chill in freezer up to 5 minutes, then continue beating.
    Assemble cake: Trim rounded tops of cakes flat. Stir together 1 1/2 cups filling and the almonds; spread over one cake layer. Top with second layer, and spread remaining filling over top and sides. Smooth with an offset spatula. Refrigerate until filling is very firm, 1 to 2 hours.
    Meanwhile, make the ganache glaze: Bring cream to a boil over medium-high heat. Pour over chocolate in a bowl; stir until smooth. Let cool completely.
    Transfer assembled cake to a wire rack set over a rimmed baking sheet. Pour glaze over cake all at once, using a spatula to push it over edges and down sides. (This must be done in one pour or the coating will have drips.) Refrigerate until set, 45 minutes to 1 hour.
    Make the topping: Put egg whites and sugar into a heatproof mixer bowl set over a pan of simmering water. Whisk until sugar has dissolved and mixture reaches 160 degrees, 4 to 5 minutes. Attach bowl to mixer fitted with whisk attachment. Beat on high speed until stiff peaks form, 7 to 10 minutes. Mound meringue on top of cake; swirl decoratively. Serve.

  36. april yedinak says:

    Well, snowmen seems to be a theme, so I think I would use the Oreos to make white chocolate dipped Oreo snowmen. Thanks so much for the opportunity.

  37. Sprinkledash says:

    i have emailed the Recipe photo at SheScribes@optonline.net Thanks for the chance. My kids love Christmas season as it full of celebrations and gifting. They love cakes so i make the most of great cakes for them

  38. I would make winter Oreo cheese cake cookies with my daughter, whose favorite thing in the world is to create new cookies! Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

  39. Oreo cheesecake or oreo brownies! The possibilities are actually endless though 🙂

  40. This would be wonderful to win. My 7 year old boys just love to be in the kitchen. Decorating is their favorite thing. It’s always a great time when we make baked goods for the holidays, birthdays and parties. I know they won’t want to bake with me forever, this would just add more fun! We will definitely send a pic to you of our Oreo creations!

  41. Debra Pauley says:

    I don’t know but I love to create fab looking desserts.
    debra.pauley63@gmail.com

  42. I’m not sure what I would make, maybe a cake. I would love to make it with my kids while they are on Christmas break. I work on Sunday and then have off till the 1st!

  43. OH I just found this while searching for something fun to do with Oreo’s. No ideas yet – I will definitely send pics though ! Great giveaway.

  44. I am thinking about dipping them in white chocolate to make snowmen and ornaments and decorating with sprinkles and glaze designs- that would be yummy and festive!!

  45. A big giant Oreo Pie!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  46. I think I’d make little Hershey kiss mice sitting on the oreo halves

  47. Vickie Couturier says:

    OH I would make cookies for the grandkids ar pudding they love me making cookies an pudding

  48. I’m not sure what I would make but my family loves Oreo cookies so whatever I make they would gobble it up immediately.

  49. I’m not sure what I’d make, but I love getting creative with food and it’s so fun to try new recipes!

  50. We would probably make Oreo truffles. They are the BEST! I will definitely send you a photo if I win. We make these all the time, so it wouldn’t be a problem. Thanks!

  51. I would use some to dip (as you said) and make some Oreo Christmas ice cream! It’s not so cold yet in Texas!

  52. Michelle Washburn says:

    I would like to make an Oreo pie or an Oreo cheescake

  53. I’m not sure what I would make but I would love the opportunity to be creative.

  54. I would create an Oreo Pudding dessert. Thanks!

  55. Jennifer Hedden says:

    I would make chocolate covered oreos with peppermint flavored sprinkles on top.

  56. Marcia Goss says:

    I saw a recipe for truffles made with crushed Oreos and cream cheese that I would love to make! Thanks for the giveaway.

  57. I’d figure out a way to make Santa Hello Kitties!!! (And of course I’d be happy to provide photos!) I’d really love to have the kit because of the bowls. I just broke my favorite mixing bowl and the others have chips in them so I have to be careful not to cut myself. 🙁 Keep meaning to buy more but each time I go to the store I end up coming home with stuff for my girls instead or gifts for someone else, lol.

  58. I’m not sure what I will make. I think I would sit down with my daughter and look over everything in the kit. Then, see what ideas we can come up with. This looks like so much fun!!

  59. I’d like to make some truffles. Yum!

  60. I would make an oreo cheesecake.

  61. I would attempt somekind of an oreo pie I think it would be good even if I mess up. Thanks for the giveaway.

  62. Debra Hall says:

    i think i’d make a christmas tree cake

  63. Kate Fuller says:

    I would make some chocolate covered oreos.

  64. I’d like to make my own chocolate coated oreos with designs on them.