Giveaway: Eat Boutique Breakfast Gift Box

November 17, 2012

As we head into the winter season, thoughts turn to holiday gifts and tokens for hosts and hostesses. Thanks to my avid canning habit, I always have an assortment of jams, chutneys, and pickles to give to those in the near vicinity, but nearly every year, December catches me by surprise and I find myself running out of time to compile and pack up boxes for my further flung loved ones.

That’s where Eat Boutique comes in. They create thoughtful collections of small batch preserves, mixes, candies, syrups, and other fancy treats that make wonderful gifts when you can’t find the time to send out your own homemade goodies.

Because Maggie and her team at Eat Boutique are awesome, they’ve given me one of their Breakfast Gift Boxes to giveaway here (it’s an extra special weekend giveaway!). This box contains Kenyon’s Apple and Spice Pancake Mix, Nutting Farm Maple Syrup, Early Bird Sweet and Salty Granola, Sqirl Cashmere Nectarine Jam, and Greenpoint Honey. It costs $55 (the price includes shipping) and would be a tasty treat for someone who deserves a particularly sweet morning during the holidays.

Here’s how to enter:

  1. Leave a comment on this post and share your favorite holiday breakfast.
  2. Comments will close at 12 noon east coast time on Monday, November 19, 2012. Winner will be chosen at random and will be posted to the blog over the weekend.
  3. Giveaway open to US residents only.
  4. One comment per person, please. Entries must be left via the comment form on the blog at the bottom of this post. I do not accept submissions via email.

One more thing! If you’ve not yet gotten yourself a copy of my book, they’re giving one away over on the Eat Boutique blog (if you’re not reading their blog regularly, you should really start. They feature lots of gorgeously photographed recipes and tutorials). Finally, for you Boston-area folks, I’m going to be signing copies of my book (along with a handful of other cookbook authors) at the Eat Boutique Holiday Market on December 9. I hope to see some of you there!

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433 thoughts on "Giveaway: Eat Boutique Breakfast Gift Box"

  • Honestly.. we order pizza many mornings… becuase I am so busy cooking… ( I have 6 small children)…. it makes it a LOT less stressful.

  • This isn’t my favorite breakfast, but one that is legendary in my fiance’s family. His grandmother used to make homemade cinnamon buns. I grew up in a household that was very Grand’s Cinnamon Buns friendly, but I think I’m ready to take up Grandma Jo’s holiday tradition starting this year. Homemade Cinnamon Buns, here I come!

  • I just made some vegan pumpkin maple rolls that were AMAZING. I’m making more and bringing them to my in-laws for the day after Thanksgiving breakfast 🙂

  • …Wow, this question made me realize I don’t have a favorite holiday breakfast! But this year, my mom and I are making my grandmother’s orange sticky rolls, which I’m sure will be a hit 🙂

  • I love making cinnamon rolls for holiday breakfast, its easy to do the night before so we can have a tasty hassle free breakfast the morning of!

  • Looks so sweet and yummy! My favorite holiday breakfast is Christmas morning: homemade brioche, clementines, laughing cow cheese, and lots of hot coffee! Yum.

  • I would have to say that my favorite holiday breakfast is breakfast strata- with all the
    goodies- potatoes, eggs, cheese and bacon or sausage. It’s so satisfying and easy!

  • My mom has a recipe for a breakfast strata that she got from a B&B in Utah.
    It is my absolute favorite holiday breakfast!

  • It’s a New Year’s Day tradition in our family to have a brunch at my aunt’s house with mimosas, my aunt’s famous bacon frittata, and croissants with specialty jams (which she would buy in a gourmet shop).

    In recent years, my jams have replaced the store-bought ones, and I then get my orders for the following season’s canning (my cousin loves my wild blueberry and blue grape jam, my aunt loves my ginger peach, etc.)

    This year, it’s going to be a Food In Jars extravaganza, since I’m bringing your Cantaloupe jam, the Spiced Plum, and my lone remaining jar of blueberry/grape. 🙂

  • Best breakfast? Anything on Christmas morning, when all the grown children migrate back to be with us. Even boxed cereal would be a perfect meal, but it’s almost always my husband’s strata.

  • My mother used to make us butterhorns, they are basically a sweet bread from my sweet grandmothers bread recipe with powdered sugar icing, not too sweet but warm and delicious.

  • My mom makes a ‘Christmas Hash’ as we’ve come to call it. Basically ham, hash browns, scrambled eggs, onion peppers and spices. It reminds me of Christmas morning though and I love it!