Make memories special with Hellmann’s (giveaway ends 11/22/13) #Hellmanns100

Missing from photo - Hubby, Father & Stepmother (I'm the one taking the photo)

Missing from photo – Hubby, Father & Stepmother (I’m the one taking the photo)

When you think of making memories, Hellmann’s mayonnaise is probably something that wouldn’t come to mind. For me and my family, it does.

A few weeks ago cousins of ours from the United Kingdom (Wales to be exact) came to visit. My immediate family and I were not able to go with them on a mini-family reunion in Pennsylvania, so my father arranged to have us come over the following weekend, along with my other cousin and her grandsons.

I wanted to make things easier on my step-mother. She has Parkinson’s Disease and I didn’t want her to have to worry about doing the cooking. We offered to bring and prepare most of the foods. On the menu – hamburgers & hot dogs for the kids, chicken for the adults, garden salad, macaroni salad, deviled eggs, chips, dips, cake and more.

My relatives are NOT keen on having their images shared on the Internet so I had to fuzz out their faces. My UK cousins really didn’t understand what I was talking about when I mentioned my blog so I fuzzed them out just to be on the safe side.

I’m a Hellmann’s brand ambassador and recently attended their record breaking celebration in New York City. You can read all about it here – Happy 100th Birthday Hellmann’s! (Please note that the giveaway is over).

At the event Chef MarioBatali created these amazing hamburgers that I had the opportunity to sample at the event.

I decided to make them for my family (I also made some regular hamburgers for the little ones).

Here is the recipe.

Juicy Salsa Burgers


2 lbs. ground chuck (I used approx. 2 pounds of ground turkey)

1/2 onion, grated

3 Tbsp. Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise

3 Tbsp. Worchestershire Sauce

1 Tbsp. chili powder (optional)

1/2 cup salsa

8   hamburger buns


Combine ground chuck, onion, Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise, Worchestershire sauce and chili powder in medium bowl. Form into 8 patties. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Grill patties to desired doneness. Top with salsa and serve on buns.

I used ground turkey instead of ground meat and I didn’t use the Worcestershire Sauce or Chili powder. I figured the kids wouldn’t like it (the adults would). I probably should have with the turkey meat. The Worcestershire Sauce would have given them a bit more flavor.

My cousin’s grandsons didn’t use the salsa on top, but my kids did.

Salsa Burger

My daughter didn’t use a bun. She didn’t like the bun with the salsa for some odd reason.

Of course what barbecue wouldn’t be complete with macaroni salad.

Macaroni Salad

Of course I made it with Hellmann’s mayonnaise.

Normally I added chopped up hardboiled eggs to my macaroni salad, but since I also brought deviled eggs I didn’t want it to be “egg overload”.

The little black spots that you see are just spec of garlic pepper and black pepper.

Deviled Eggs are so yummy!


I sprinkled them with paprika and bacon bits.

I wanted to make something special for the grown ups. I decided to make Parmesan Crusted Chicken – but – I wanted to add a bit of a personal twist to it. I turned it into a Chicken Cordon Bleu – or at least I attempted to do that.

Here is the original recipe from Hellmann’s.

Parmesan Crusted Chicken


1/2 cup  Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise

1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese

4   boneless, skinless chicken breast halves (about 1-1/4 lbs.)

4 tsp.  Italian seasoned dry bread crumbs


Preheat oven to 425°.

Combine Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise with cheese in medium bowl. Arrange chicken on baking sheet. Evenly top with Mayonnaise mixture, then sprinkle with bread crumbs.

Bake until chicken is thoroughly cooked, about 20 minutes.

Timesaving Tip: Try making this dish with thin-cut boneless skinless chicken breasts! Prepare as above, decreasing bake time to 10 minutes or until chicken is thoroughly cooked. TIP: Omit Parmesan cheese and have “Magically Moist Chicken” on the table in less than 30 minutes.

What I did was take the chicken breasts and smash them a bit with a mallet to flatten them out a bit more. Then I took a little bit of Swiss cheese and placed it on the chicken and some cut up ham (I used left over ham…shh… don’t tell anyone). Then I rolled it up. I topped each chicken breast “roll up” with Hellmann’s, bread crumbs and the Parmesan cheese.

Parmesan Crusted Chicken

Parmesan Crusted Chicken 2

They tasted MUCH BETTER than they looked. They looked good until they were cut open. Then everything sort of just oozed out.

I also made them ahead of time and put them in a pan to warm up at my father’s house. I don’t know if that had anything to do with them oozing out like they did (unless I used too much Swiss?). I would have made them at my father’s house but I thought by doing them head of time I would save time.

In addition we had chips, dip, fresh fruit salad, cheese, crackers, coffee, soda, tea and an assortment of cakes (slices). I was going to try and make the Hellmann’s Chocolate Cake, but I didn’t have time. So I grabbed some cake slices from the local warehouse grocer.

Here is the recipe I was going to make.

Super Moist Chocolate Mayo Cake


1 box (16.5 oz.)  chocolate cake mix

1 cup  Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise

1 cup  water

3   eggs

1 tsp.  ground cinnamon (optional)


Preheat oven to 350°. Grease and lightly flour two 9-inch round cake pans*; set aside.

Beat cake mix, Hellmann’s® or Best Foods® Real Mayonnaise, water, eggs and cinnamon 30 seconds in large bowl with electric mixer on low speed. Beat on medium speed, scraping sides occasionally, 2 minutes. Pour batter into prepared pans.

Bake 30 minutes or until toothpick inserted in centers comes out clean. Cool on wire rack 10 minutes. Remove cakes from pans and cool completely. Sprinkle, if desired, with confectioners sugar or fill and frost.

You might be asking “How did Hellmann’s make this family gathering special?”. Hellmann’s didn’t, per say, but great food, lots of laughs and seeing relatives we haven’t seen in a long time made the day special. Two of my cousins were in from the United Kingdom (Wales to be exact). We have not seen them in YEARS. It was great visiting with them.

One of my other cousins (the blonde) showed up as a total surprise. She is one of my best friends. She is more of a sister to me then a cousin. We haven’t seen each other in two years (she lives in PA, we live in NY). She surprised me by being there when we arrived. My father and step mother kept it a secret from me. I actually bawled my eyes out when I saw her. I didn’t want to stop hugging her.

Serving my mock Chicken Cordon Bleu (made with the Hellmann’s Parmesan Crusted Chicken) is going to be a memory for everyone too. They all said it looked good but when everyone started to cut into them and everything came gushing out I know a few of them had surprised looks on their faces. Most of my family had cringes on their faces when they took their first bite (it didn’t look too appetizing) but once they tried it they enjoyed it. In fact I didn’t make enough. I wasn’t expecting one of my cousins and I didn’t know that my cousin’s grandsons would want some too. None the less there was ample food to go around.


My cousins from the UK are aware of Hellmann’s and they tell me that it’s available in the UK (I’m not sure about that – but that is what they told me). They have never used it before but since trying the dishes I made with Hellmann’s they are going to look into getting some where they live and trying the recipes. I also told them to check out the Hellmann’s website for ever more recipe ideas.

You can find A LOT of delicious recipes on the Hellmann’s website (www.Hellmanns.com/Recipes).

I wanted to use one of the newer flavors of Hellmann’s but I wasn’t sure if everyone would enjoy them. Hellmann’s Balsamic Mayonnaise and Olive Oil Mayonnaise are really good. I was a bit hesitant with the Balsamic at first because the color is different than the pure white regular Hellmann’s (it has a brownish tint). It takes great – especially on sandwiches and mixed with pasta.

It was fun entertaining my extended family. We all had a great visit too. If only we had more time together. 🙁


Even my father’s dog Sammy had fun.


He almost matches my stepmother’s blouse. LOL!

For more information about Hellmann’s please visit www.Hellmanns.com. In some parts of the country it’s also known as Best Foods (www.BestFoods.com). Be sure to check out the recipes on their website. With the holiday season upon us you are likely to find a few recipes that you can enjoy with your family and friends.

You can also check them out on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram. You can also join in on the conversation with the hashtag #Hellmanns100.

To help you get started picking up ingredients for your next family gathering I have a $100 Visa gift card to give to a lucky reader, compliments of Hellmann’s.

This giveaway is open to US residents only and will end on November 22, 2013 at 11:59 PM (EST). The winner will be chosen at random using a random number generator from all eligible entries. The winner will be notified via e-mail and will have three days to reply or a new winner will be chosen in their place.

To enter please comment on this post and tell me how you would incorporate Hellmann’s into a recipe (or recipes) for your next family gathering? Feel free to check out the recipes on the Hellmann’s website for a little inspiration.

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*I was provided with a gift card to purchase supplies to prepare the foods. There was no other compensation. The opinions expressed are my own and not influenced in any way.

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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 is a teacher's assistant for a Kindergarten class. When she is not working or blogging, Kimberly enjoys taking photos of nature and hanging out with family and friends.


  1. April Yedinak says:

    For our Thanksgiving I will be using Hellmann’s in my deviled eggs and macaroni salad.

  2. elizabeth miller says:

    Deviled eggs is a staple at all our family gatherings and we always have and always will use Hellmans making them

  3. I love using hellman’s in my potato salad & my hot potato salad casserole that my family loves!

  4. Christy Keen says:

    I make the Hellmans chocolate mayo cake quite often-it is so rich & seems like it raises higher than regular cakes. Plus, it’s so simple to make I can throw one together any time a bunch of family shows up to eat with us!!

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  6. Sheila K. says:

    We love having barbecues, and I always use Hellman’s in my potato salad—everyone gobbles it up!

  7. Kimberly Schotz says:

    We always have Spinach Dip and Crab Puffs at family gatherings. I make both with Hellman’s.

  8. I have a baked chicken dish I think Hellman’s would make a lot juicier!

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  10. I use Hellmans in pasta salads and deviled eggs for family gatherings
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  11. I use it in deviled eggs, cole slaw and potato salad.

  12. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I use Hellmann’s in my homemade chocolate cake, it is so moist and delicious.

  13. I will for for sure be using it in my deviled eggs.

  14. Michelle S. says:

    A Dale Earnhardt Jr. Family Favorite from the Hellmann’s website- there are several Earnhardt family recipes listed there that I would like to try.

  15. alicia k (Petite Pilates Pixie) says:

    i would use Hellmann’s to make my famous deviled eggs

  16. I think I’ll try the Super-Moist & Creamy Mashed Potatoes recipe for Thanksgiving.

  17. I would use this to make our home made macaroni salad, tuna sandwich and egg sandwich and our home-made baked porkchop style. 🙂
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  18. Karen Leonard says:

    I will use it in my crab cakes and egg salad

  19. I like to make deviled eggs and egg salad.

  20. Actually, we already use Hellmanns in the macaroni salad that we make, it’s my grandmother’s recipe and we always make it for the holidays.

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  22. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    The CHEESY CHIPOTLE STEAK sounds wonderful! I can see using this basic recipe with leftover brisket, too.

  23. Cassandra Eastman says:

    I’d use it in bacon ranch pasta salad, everyone eats it up!

  24. Margaret Smith says:

    I love to make cole slaw using Hellmans and only Hellmans. Nothing beats it!

  25. I would use it in deviled eggs.

  26. Stephanie Belmarez says:

    I love cole slaw, and it’s so simple.

  27. laurie nykaza says:

    We just love Deviled eggs so much we have to make 3-4 dozen for the holidays so I would love to make them with Hellmanns!

  28. Jeana O'donnell-Murphy says:

    I incorporate Hellmann’s into the potato salad and deviled eggs

  29. potato salad is one of my favs

  30. I would make Parmesan Chicken. You use the mayo in the sauce. It’s delish. They have a recipe for it on the Hellmann’s website that is very similar to how I make it.

  31. I wanted to make brownies and didn’t have any oil for the mix and used hellmann’s. It turned out wonderfully.

  32. Colleen Boudreau says:

    I use it for egg salad.

  33. Jessie C. says:

    I would use Hellmanns to make DISAPPEARING BUFFALO CHICKEN DIP for our Thanksgiving dinner.

  34. We love potato salad and it would make it a lot more creamy. I’ve tried yogurt but Hellmanns sounds great too. I like a little richer recipe for the holidays and don’t mind the calories so much.

  35. Lisa Brown says:

    i would use hellmanns to make macaroni salad

  36. Ruth Anderson says:

    I am the one to make the potato salad for gettogethers and I use Hellmans Mayo all the time.

  37. During the holidays I make a baked crab dip that calls for mayo; I’d use Hellman’s in it.

  38. We use Hellmanns in our deviled eggs already and I love the parmasean chicken recipe~ will have to try that soon!

  39. Our family usually gets together early in the day to visit before a big dinner. We don’t eat lunch, but snack throughout the day. I see many recipes I could make for everyone to graze. I really want to try the chipotle dip. I think it would be a hit in our family.

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  41. I use Hellmann’s in my deviled eggs and potato salad.

  42. Holly Thomas says:

    My Broccoli Casserole is a big hit any time I bring it to gatherings thanks to Hellmann’s.

  43. I would like to try the Super-Moist and Creamy Mashed Potatoes recipe on Hellmans.com. I’ve never thought of using mayo in mashed potatoes.
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  44. Mary Happymommy says:

    I would make pasta salad with tuna and mayo.

  45. Amy Honious says:

    we only use hellman’s! a recipe that we love (and got off the hellman’s website!) is crusted chicken. boneless chicken, smeared with a mix of mayo, parmesan & herbs and then topped with panko and more parm. faubulous! we vary the herbs depending on what side we are having and usually have this at least once a week! thanks for such a great giveaway 🙂

  46. Cindy Merrill says:

    I make Turkey salad sandwiches with Hellmanns, a family favorite and no one complains about having Turkey leftovers.

  47. stephanie says:

    i would make egg salad

  48. Vicki Wurgler says:

    I would use it in my home made salad dressing and a seafood dip my family loves

  49. Angela Ke says:

    It is great in potato salad. I love the new olive oil Hellmanns. Thanks

  50. Tracey Byram says:

    I’d use Hellman’s in my cole slaw, potato salad, devilled eggs and in my stuffing.

  51. Audra O'Hara says:

    My Mom uses Hellmanns in her potato salad and it’s great. I’d like to try incorporating Hellmanns into my broccoli casserole.

  52. candy kratzer wenzel says:

    I use Hellmanns in my egg salad and in my Chocolate Cake recipe that calls for mayo.

  53. I will be using Hellman’s to make CAESAR GREEN BEAN CASSEROLE this Thanksgiving 🙂


  54. I like my deviled eggs using Hellman’s Real Mayo. I also half a green olive and put on top, it gives a nice pop.

  55. there is a Greek-Style Pizza recipe on their site that looks good

  56. I would include it inside of a leftover Thanksgiving casserole recipe.

  57. Leann Lindeman says:

    Hellmans would go into my Waldorf salad!

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  59. Sonya Morris says:

    We love using Hellmann’s for deviled eggs.

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  61. I would use it in Cheeseburger Pie.

  62. Definitely the chocolate mayo cake!!! Please pick me!!!

  63. I have a recipe for a hot artichoke dip that I incorporate Hellmann’s into. It is so good. Sometimes I will add spinach but at this time because of health issues spinach is not used when I make it. I make it and it disappears quickly. I modified the recipe from Cooking Light a number of years ago

  64. I actually just saw that Yahoo article yesterday about adding mayo to cakes so I want to try that for Thankskgiving!

  65. Stacy Boland says:

    I would use Hellmann’s to make both macaroni and potato salads.

  66. We use it in potato salad. Making me hungry for that right now.

  67. i would use Hellman’s in my potato salad and deviled eggs.

  68. I will use Hellmann’s in my homemade tartar sauce and in potato and egg salad.

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  69. I would love to try the Hellman’s chocolate cake recipe.

  70. We all love potato salad in our family, so I’d use some Hellmanns for that!

  71. I have made Hellmann’s Chocolate Cake for years, and have recently started making Hellmann’s Parmesan Crusted Chicken.

  72. melikegarfield says:

    I like using Hellmanns for one of my yearly family favorites: ARTICHOKE DIP

  73. socratesjr says:

    I’m pretty religious about using Hellmann’s for the Deviled eggs at Xmas and Thanksgiving, since everyone freaked when I used a generic brand one year and they didn’t taste as desired.

  74. Barbara Montag says:

    Already use Hellmann’s in my potato salad and pasta salad & will continue to do so.
    Thank you.

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  76. Tammy Shelton says:

    I’d like to try the recipe from their site: Disappearing Buffalo Chicken Dip. I think it will “score” while we’re watching Sunday Football games.

  77. Christina says:

    I will be making deviled eggs for our family gathering on Thanksgiving. The DISAPPEARING BUFFALO CHICKEN DIP sounds good too though.

  78. Jennifer T. says:

    I bring deviled eggs and potato salad to a lot of family get-togethers. I should try using Hellman’s in them next time.

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  80. Darlene Jones-Nelson says:

    I use Hellman’s In my Deviled Eggs and in my Potato Salad for all of the Holiday gatherings.

  81. We use Hellmann’s for deviled eggs every year

  82. Valerie F says:

    I’d use it in a chocolate cake for sure!

  83. Suzanne K says:

    definitely deviled eggs!

  84. Michelle C says:

    I’m thinking Hellmanns would be delicious in potato salad. Thanks for the chance to win!
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  85. I love to use Hellmann’s in my tuna salad sandwiches and mixed with crushed doritos as a coating for chicken tenders!
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  86. I would love to try the recipe for Disappearing Buffalo Chicken Dip. I love Hellmanns. I use it in salads (macaroni, cole slaw, egg salad, chicken and tuna) and also in our deviled eggs…which we have at every family get together.


  88. Jessica To says:

    I want to use it in our macaroni salad.

  89. I always use in my macaroni salad, BLT’s, etc
    I would love to try the recipe with the chicken

  90. hellmann’s and nothing else in my potato salad …that’s the rule 🙂

  91. Melissa Hartley says:

    I would use it in potato salad
    Thank you

  92. Amy Bostic says:

    I would use it in my famous tuna salad

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  94. My family loves deviled eggs made with Hellmann’s! I use Hellmann’s for pimento cheese, cole slaw, and potato salad among other things.

  95. kyl neusch says:

    use in deviled eggs!

  96. I would use it my potato salad

  97. I love to use it in my potato salads and tuna salad!

  98. My daughter loves tuna salad made with Hellman’s!

  99. Katie Roch says:

    I would use Hellmann’s in a cold pasta salad with fall veggies.

  100. I would make our Potato Salad for the holidays with it!

  101. Virginia Rowell says:

    I would use Hellmanns in my cheesy tomato bread. Mix Hellmanns, garlic and onion powder, and mozz cheese. Spread it over top sliced tomato on Italian bread and bake. Yummy!

  102. Adrienne Gordon says:

    it actually works great in chocolate cake recoipes

  103. I use it in my deviled eggs and potato salad.

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  105. I use hellmanns in my tuna noodle salad.

  106. Kathy Luman says:

    I would use Hellman Mayo in my Macaroni Salad.

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  108. Debbie Jackson says:

    i would use it in my christrmas maccoroni salad

  109. Tari Lawson says:

    I would make a chocolate mayonaise cake for my son’s birthday.

  110. I only use Hellmann’s in my potato salad – it’s always a hit at family gatherings!

  111. Jennifer Rote says:

    I’d use it in my bacon and potato salad. Never use another brand in our house.

  112. My son-in-law doesn’t eat a sandwich without Hellman’s, so I always have it on hand. Love to put it in Potato salad. (PS, there is no such thing as egg overload!!!)

  113. I use Hellmanns for tuna macaroni salad. I use it on my Turkey Day sandwiches. I would love to do Devil’s Eggs this year too.
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  114. Hellman’s is the only mayo we will buy (we’re mayo snobs!) My favorite recipe that we use it in is our bacon cheeseburger meatloaf.


  115. Always for Deviled Eggs! But I would like trying to make a cake with it, I’ve heard it makes for a really moist delicious cake which makes sense to me with what it’s made of, but I havn’t tried using it yet.

  116. I’d make deviled eggs 🙂
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  117. Katie Amanda says:

    I’d put it in deviled eggs and egg salad. We have chickens that produce great tasting eggs!

  118. I use it in a buffalo chicken dip recipe!

  119. I would use Hellmann’s in my potato salad! Yum!!

  120. Jill McHale says:

    I use Hellman’s when I make my Cole slaw.

  121. we use Hellmanns for potato salad and macaroni salads that we make during the holidays, as they are a staple at the holiday table, so that is how I would use Hellmanns during our family get togethers.

  122. amy pugmire says:

    we love dip at parties so I would use it in my spinach artichoke dip.

  123. Debra Hall says:

    i would like to make the APPLE SPICE CRUMB CAKE

  124. Patricia Wojnar Crowley says:

    I’d use it the next time I make potato salad for a family get together!

  125. I always use Hellman’s mayo in my pasta salad and spinach dip

  126. Heather Hayes Panjon says:

    I Incorporate Hellmann’s Into My Grandma’s Special Deviled Eggs Recipe!

  127. I use it for potato salad.

  128. I use a potato recipe that has Hellman’s!

  129. I would make potato salad for our next family gathering.

  130. I like to make egg salad

  131. Tara Liebing says:

    I use hellman’s to make our own sub sandwiches, it makes them taste so good. Other brands of mayo just can’t compete with Hellman’s!

  132. I use Hellman’s for my potato salad I make for our yearly family Christmas party. I also add it to mashed potatoes when I make them. Everyone always wants to know why they are so creamy and delicious.

  133. Sarah Hirsch says:

    i’d like to try the hellmanns parmesan crusted chicken from the tv commercial – it looks good!

  134. Wild Orchid says:

    I would use Hellmans in my deviled eggs recipe. Yummy!

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  135. Debbie Welchert says:

    I will be making a 7-seven layer dip with Hellmann’s.

  136. I add it to my creamy potato side dish!

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  138. Our local paper just featured a recipe for “Chocolate Mystery Cake” in which the mystery ingredient was mayo! I’d love to try it out and surprise my family with it this holiday season. I’m not known to be the best baker, so hopefully I’ll be able to do a decent enough job to make it a special dessert to share with them!

  139. I would make baked chicken with mayo

  140. scott amoroso says:

    those devil eggs look amazing we’d definantly try those!

  141. I love Hellmans I think it is the best Mayo on the market I would incorporate it by making the recipe Super-Moist & Creamy Mashed Potatoes

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  143. Two ways for me – deviled eggs and egg salad.

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  144. Ann Fantom says:

    I wouls use Hellmann’s mayonnaise to make Spinach dip for my parties.

  145. rachel travis says:

    We use it in deviled eggs, potato salad, macaroni salad…we love it!

  146. This may sound totally strange, but we make what we call “plop biscuits”. Mayo is a main ingredient. The biscuits are quick and delicious!

  147. i make a spinach dip my family loves and I use hellmanns!

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  149. Kim Henrichs says:

    I would like to do their famous baked chicken with the breadcrumbs for the weekend after Christmas when there will still be a house full!

  150. Scott Martin says:

    I use it to cut the taste of the horseradish for the prime rib.

  151. I would make a couple kinds of vegetable dips that use mayonaise.

  152. Allison Downes says:

    I use it in potato salads and deviled eggs

    Thank you for the awesome giveaway!

  153. I think the Parmesan Crusted Chicken recipe sounds yummy! I would love to tweak it a little and try that. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  154. I use Hellman’s in my egg and olive salad

  155. Mary Somerville says:

    I’d like to try Hellmann’s in more sauces. I think it would be good in my creamed peas w/pearl onion recipe. I’d like to try it in my fruit salad dressing also.

  156. Annmarie W. says:

    I would love to use Hellmann’s at our Christmas Eve dinner! I’d make Chicken Balboni: chicken baked in a mixture of Hellmann’s, sour cream & parmesan cheese…with thyme sprinkled on top! Rich & creamy & delicious!

  157. rebecca shockley says:

    I would use it in a seven layer salad

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  159. Danielle F. says:

    I always use Hellmanns to make potato salad during the holidays and also year round. I would never think to use any other brand, it wouldn’t be the same.

  160. I love using Hellmanns for my deviled eggs that I bring to family gatherings

  161. judy gardner says:

    we always have deviled eggs on thanksgiving so i will use hellman’s in tthose

  162. I’d use it to make salad dressings.
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  163. I ALWAYS use Hellmann’s mayo in my pasta salad. It doesn’t taste the same with any other brand.

  164. Julie Simpson says:

    I use it to make tuna patties, much like salmon patties but a lot cheaper. It makes them and salmon patties so moist and gives it a nice zing along with green peppers red onions grill seasoning and salt pepper and lemon juice bread crumbs and egg. It’s so good.

  165. i use it a lot in my mashed potatoe and crab dishes… its a mashed potatoe crab casserole.. so yummy!
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  166. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    I would use Hellmanns to make my potato salad for Thanksgiving

  167. Thomas Murphy says:

    I like using hellman’s in my potato salad.

  168. Tabathia B says:

    I would use to take make fish sticks (by hand and not frozen) for the kids at our next gathering

  169. Kelly Grant says:

    make potato salad

  170. I actually love to use Hellmanns in deviled eggs, which I will be making for Thanksgiving!

  171. I have a frozen salad that uses hellmans, marshmallows crush pineapple and nuts~

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  173. Betsy Barnes says:

    For our next family gathering, Thanksgiving dinner, I’ll use Hellmann’s in deviled eggs, macaroni salad and leftover turkey sandwiches 🙂

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  178. Amelia Drew says:

    I would bring some delicious potato salad to the next family gathering with it in it- that sounds so yummy!

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  180. janna johnson says:

    I like making it with tuna salad.

  181. I would try their Succulent Chicken Parmesan recipe for a nice dinner in for the family. thank you!

  182. Susan Christy says:

    I would love to try a mayonnaise chocolate cake – have never made one before

  183. I’m making baked trout. I’ll use Hellman’s for the dipping sauce – add some dillweed and whatever else I have handy.

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  185. Eugenia Hall says:

    My husband’s family always serves their special macaroni salad for holiday meals and it always uses Hellmans.

  186. We use Hellman’s in our potato salad and our Cranberry Almond Chicken Salad. 🙂

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  188. I would like to try the black bean and corn salsa.

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  190. I would make potato salad, use mayo on burgers and make a mayo cake

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  191. I would use it in a macaroni salad or a potato salad.

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  193. Tiffany O. says:

    You just need to have the Hellmans at the house. It is a refrigerator staple. What family dinner would be complete without deviled eggs. Its always a sure thing.

  194. Brittney House says:

    I use Hellman’s in my potato salad.

  195. I like using Hellmans in pasta and macaroni salads!

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  197. joseph gersch jr says:

    I would make hellmans orzo and cheddar cheese with peas

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  199. kathy dalton says:
  200. WE use it with our deviled eggs
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  201. I’ve used Hellmann’s forever in the deviled eggs, potato salad and crab dip and of course, for those leftover ham or turkey sandwiches. I use it almost everyday in something.

  202. Sonya Morris says:
  203. I will use Hellman’s in homemade Ranch Dressing.

  204. deviled eggs.. and i would like to try that hellman’s chocolate cake recipe

  205. I use it in a lot of things, but especially deviled eggs! (except I use Best Foods, Californian here!)
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  206. Lisa Garner says:

    I would love to make the Hellman’s recipe for Black Forrest Cake for my Thanksgiving dinner.

  207. I would use it in my spinach dip.

  208. Christina Sparks says:

    I like to add it in my Chocolate Cake.

  209. Rebecca Peters says:

    I love to use hellmans in my spinach and artichoke dip

  210. Susan Smith says:

    I use Hellmanns in deviled eggs, macaroni salad and potato salad

  211. Cálaeb Temple says:

    i use it to make salad dressing sometimes.

  212. I’d use Hellman’s in our fruit salad

  213. Mary Cloud says:

    I would use it for a big potato salad to use during our next family get together – maybe Thanksgiving
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  214. I add a little to my mashed potatoes and it makes them extra creamy and even more delicious. Shhhh! Don’t tell anyone.

  215. Rebecca Lock says:

    I would use Hellman’s to make a veggie dip and also in a chocolate cake.

  216. I always use Hellmans for our deviled eggs and potato salad. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
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  217. I also dpo a chicken dish with Mayo that my kids and husband all love, yet they all SWEAR they hate mayo!

  218. Karrie Millheim says:

    I would use Hellmans at Thanksgiving to make guacamole and potato salad

  219. Stephanie Larison says:

    I’d use it to make deviled eggs, tastes great with it.

  220. I’ll use Hellmans in a baked fish recipe.

  221. My mom makes the best deviled eggs using Hellman’s mayo. We try and make up reasons why we need her deviled eggs at least once a month.

  222. I’d make deviled eggs

  223. Wrong time of year, but we use Hellmann’s for homemade potato salad. I also love to make chocolate cake with it in.
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  224. Starr Greenwell says:

    I really want to try the Super Moist Chocolate Mayo Cake, my son would love it. I know I would also.

  225. Thanks for the giveaway…we make a Spicy Buffalo Wing Dipping Sauce with Hellman’s

  226. I think I need to use Hellman’s in more main dishes! The Apricot-Glazed Chicken looks delicious!

  227. tina reynolds says:

    I have always used it in my potato salad so good

  228. I would use Hellmanns to make cole slaw and macaroni salad.

  229. I would love to use Hellman’s to make more dips!

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  231. Melinda Stephens says:

    I want to use it in my broccoli salad. yummy.

  232. Michelle Tucker says:

    We’d cover our chicken breasts in hellmanns and parmesan cheese and herbs. So yummy!

  233. Trisha McKee says:

    I would use it to make my ham salad. And also to go with the sandwich tray i make each year.