Thursday, December 1, 2016

WIN BIG With Miss Jones Bake-it-Better Challenge With A $1,500 Grand Prize

Bake Organic Easy With Miss Jones Baking Co.

Here at ChiIL Mama we LOVE to bake (& eat) sweet treats, and rarely have the time to make goodies from scratch. That's why we were elated when Miss Jones Baking Co. asked us to partner up on this sponsored post and spread the word about their Bake-it-Better Challenge this holiday season. We were sent two decadently delicious chocolate cake mixes and Cinnamon Sugar Buttercream frosting 

to sample along with a fun t-shirt & bowl scraper. Miss Jones' baking mixes and frostings are organic, non-GMO, responsibly sourced, plant-based, and contain no artificial colors or flavors, so I feel confident I'm treating my family to the best. We also love to give back to those who are struggling, and every entry in Miss Jones Baking Co's Bake-it-Better Challenge means a $1 donation to the SF-Marin Food Bank.

ChiIL Mama created an easy Chocolate Cinnamon Sheet Cake 
with Seasonal Decorations added by my 13yo daughter, Sage
 (Cinnamon Imperials, Christmas DOTS, and Reese's Holiday Peanut Butter Trees)

Bake-it-Better Challenge
Calling all of ChiIL Mama's readers who adore baking. 
Comment and share your own creations and enter the contest to 
win an incredible Grand Prize, valued at over $1,500!

1. Bake up a treat of your choice using Miss Jones baking mix and/or frosting, and they will donate $1 to the SF-Marin Food Bank. 

2. Post your creation using the hashtag #betterwithmissjones on social media. Visit their website for more info. We can't wait to see your tasty treats (with the secret ingredient of creativity and a pinch of holiday cheer). Miss Jones also offers tons of recipes and inspiration online to get you started like candy cane Christmas cookies, maple cheesecake brownies, chocolate cake waffles, pumpkin cake bars, chocolate and pecan cupcakes, maple and walnut sugar cookies, and many other unique creations sure to wow the friends and family you're entertaining during prime baking season.  If you're submitting via Instagram, be sure to tag @missjonesco, too! If you're submitting via Facebook, be sure to post your entry directly onto the official Miss Jones Baking Co. Facebook page.

I was a vegetarian for 10 years and still have many vegan friends and friends with food allergies and other dietary restrictions, so I was thrilled to see that Miss Jones cake mixes offer loads of customized baking directions right on the box, like plant based milk substitutions and more. 

We'd never tried Cinnamon Sugar frosting before and it was fabulous with the chocolate cake. The cake we made was moist, flavorful and all around excellent, and the family devoured it in record time. I think we're going to attempt chocolate doughnuts with our 2nd box. 

Order their mixes easily on line. They even have gift sets in a range of prices, in case there's a master baker on your holiday gift list. We highly recommend Miss Jones Baking Co., so give them a taste. 

ChiIL Mama's submission to 
Miss Jones Baking Co.'s Bake-it-Better Challenge,
Easy Chocolate Cinnamon Sheet Cake with Seasonal Decorations 

From now through December 23, 
Miss Jones Baking Co. 
is holding the Bake-it-Better Challenge, 
which gives you the chance to win a Grand Prize 
worth over $1,500—including a $1,000 gift card, 
the full line of Miss Jones products, 
a KitchenAid Mixer, William-Sonoma Goldtouch Baking Set, 
Scharffen Berger Chocolates, and much more!

HELP OUT: Remember every entry means $1 donated to the SF-Marin Food Bank. At this time of year every little bit helps—so join in the fun and make the holiday season sweeter for everyone. 

That's it. For each entry containing the hashtag #betterwithmissjones, $1 goes to the SF-Marin Food Bank—and you can enter multiple times! 

Disclosure: It was a sweet treat to partner up with Miss Jones on this sponsored post. We were compensated with the goodies above, which included product samples to review, in exchange for spreading the word about their holiday contest to our readers. As always, all opinions are my own.

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