February 23, 2009, Fargo, ND—Each month, Swanson Vitamins sends their customers recipe emails that feature a healthy recipe made with products that can be purchased from their site. Every month those recipe emails are forwarded more to friends and family than any other email they send out. Unfortunately, the email team is running out of ideas. The Swanson Healthy Food Recipe Contest was created because they need help! What better way to get it than to ask those that love reading the recipes each month? As an added benefit, every person with a qualifying recipe that is submitted will get a $5 coupon to use at Swanson Vitamins.
Each month Swanson's email team will look through all of the recipes they receive and choose one to feature in the upcoming recipe email. The winner will be awarded a choice of a $100 Swanson Vitamins gift certificate, or a 5-piece set of Mercola cast iron pots and pans, a $197 value.
The next featured recipe email is slated for March 22. Recipes sent before March 10, will be eligible for that email.
February's winner, Sylvia Baker sent in “Nutty Sweet Tooth Snacks”
Stir first three ingredients together and fold in remaining nuts, seeds, raisins and salt. Form into little balls, and place on tin foil sheets in the freezer or refrigerator. Makes 12.
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