Nielsen-Massey Review and Giveaway!

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Coffee Extract

Nielsen-Massey Vanillas
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Whenever I bake I’m always using extracts and flavorings.  The number one that most bakers use is Vanilla of course, but the number one brand??  Nielsen-Massey in my opinion!  I’ve purchased so many products before claiming to be Natural just to find out they were Artificial.  Nothing compares to the flavor of Nielsen-Massey.

I have their Vanilla Bean Paste, Tahitian Vanilla, and Madagascar Bourbon Vanilla.  They all flavor my desserts beautifully.  My favorite would have to be the Tahitian Vanilla for it’s fruity profile.  I use this extract when I’m making anything with fresh fruits or preserves.
I have always purchased their products in stores, but wasn’t aware of their other Pure Extracts.  I wrote to them about how much I love their products, and thanked them for giving my baked goods that extra flavor!  I was delighted to know that they had such a variety.  So in their response to my email they said they would send me a 2 oz sample of Coffee and a Chocolate Extract! 
I was so excited to try the Coffee.  I usually use Coffee in my baked goods that have chocolate to give it a deeper flavor.  I tried the Coffee Extract over the holidays in my brownies, cupcakes, and even cookies!  The results? PERFECTION!  It has the bold flavor of Coffee, so I really didn’t need to alter any of my recipes to give it that depth.  I can’t wait to try using these flavors for ice cream, pies, whipped toppings, and other goodies! :)

Be sure to check out their website for recipes to use with their delicious flavors!

Wait, there’s more!!

One lucky Courtney’s Sweets Fan is going to get:
2 oz Pure Chocolate Extract
2 oz Pure Coffee Extract



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Giveaway will run until January 16th, 2011 at 11:59pm EST.  US Entries only please, and no PO Box.  Winner will be drawn via Random.org.  The winner will be notified by email, and will have 48 hours to respond.  If they don’t respond a new winner will be drawn.
Good luck!! :)

 Note: I received this product for review, but wasn’t compensated otherwise.  Opinions are my own, and cannot be influenced.  I purchased all materials to make this review possible, aside from the product being reviewed.

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Founder/Editor at Courtney's Sweets
Family, Food, and Photography are Courtney's passions and you'll see all of that on this blog.She married Chris in summer of 2008 and they had Sweet Baby summer of 2012.Sweet Baby has a rare food allergy called FPIES, which Courtney discusses frequently.She also loves to do car reviews, so check those out too!
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Comments

  1. says

    Hmm I’ve never used a chocolate extract before so I’m thinking I’d like to use it in a raspberry sauce to top a romantic lava cake dessert for Valentine’s Day.

    cat at 3kidsandus dot com

  2. Jolene says

    I would love to try out the chocolate extract in a delicious double layer cake and in the buttercream frosting. Possibly a red velvet cake. The coffee extract I’d like to try in a cinnamon streusel coffee cake, I always change recipes!

  3. says

    I have a recipe for Chocolate Drop Cookies that I love! The chocolate extract could go in the cookies, and the coffee extract could go in the mocha frosting.
    jcottey at aol dot com

  4. says

    I would like to try the chocolate in my homemade Kahula and the coffee in everything!!! Brownies or cupcakes first!

    nikle714 at gmail dot com

  5. Anonymous says

    sherri
    i once had some chocolate extract and i used it every time in my chocolate cake along with the vanilla and it was soooo delish but when i ran out my store no longer carried it so i cant wait to make another!!
    sherricrawford70(at)yahoo(dot)com

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