Ninja Mega Kitchen System #Giveaway
|October 4, 2015||Filled under Giveaways|
I love making homemade peanut butter. It so much healthier than most store-bought brands, tastes better and is less expensive. While a food processor works fine for this, my Ninja blender makes the whole process so much easier and makes a smoother peanut butter. We use it all the time for smoothies, too. It sits on my kitchen counter all the time!
Every home cook needs a good blender and food processor. Now you can have the best of both appliances in one device! The Ninja Kitchen System provides both the blender and food processing bowl that can be used with the same base. With cooler temperatures on their way, this device will help you prepare a delicious creamy soup and yummy homemade salad dressing. Nothing says autumn like soup and salad for dinner. Don’t have one? You’re in luck! It’s time for a Ninja Kitchen System Giveaway!
Do you need a Ninja Mega Kitchen System??
Nest Full of New, Vegetarian Mamma and Our Life As An EpiFamily have partnered with some of our favorite blogger friends (see blogger list in Rafflecopter below) to bring you this amazing Ninja Mega Kitchen System (BL771)! With a retail list price of $249.99 this system boasts a XL 72-oz professional blender with total crushing technology, XL 8-cup food processing bowl for chopping and dough making, and 2 professional Nutri Ninja Cups.
As a special thank you to all of our faithful readers, we have each pitched in to purchase this Ninja Mega Kitchen System (BL771) for one lucky reader to win. It brings us such joy to know that one of you will be the winner.
Ninja Mega Kitchen System (BL771) for ONE lucky reader!!! Please enter the rafflecopter below! (you may need to give it a minute to load)
Nest Full of New is thrilled to team up with these other bloggers for our awesome giveaway! Vegetarian Mamma, Our Life As An Epi-Family, I’m A Celiac, With Salt & Wit, Lori’s Culinary Creations, Celiac And The Beast, Gluten-Free Palate, Life After Wheat, Flippin’ Delicious, Jamie Loves Stuff, What The Fork Food Blog, No Freshman Fifteen, Celtic Celiac and The Heritage Cook.