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Hello, Jell-O!: 50+ Recipes for Jiggly Sweets COOKBOOK GIVEAWAY

See it wiggle, see it jiggle. Sorry, couldn’t help myself. Jell-O just makes me want to sing. If you haven’t noticed, Jell-O is everywhere these days and it’s gotten a HUGE makeover, thanks to innovative food bloggers like Victoria Belanger (aka the Jello Mold Mistress of Brooklyn)  In her cookbook, Hello, Jell-O!, Victoria shares how she turns the oh so humble gelatin we know and love into innovative and impressive desserts that will certainly steal the show at your next party, potluck or get together. You simply won’t believe your eyes! So grab your molds and follow the jump to find out how to enter to win a copy of this cookbook.

 


EDITED TO ADD: Contest has ended. Thank you for your entries. Winner is: MEGHAN FINLEY!

TO ENTER: {mandatory entry}

1. Leave a comment telling us what your favorite jell-o flavor is.

{bonus entries you MUST leave a SEPARATE comment for each entry to count}

2. Follow bell’alimento on TWITTER

3. RT the Following: “I just entered to win Hello, @JelloMistress’ Jell-O Cookbook from @bellalimento! Enter http://blogs.babble.com/family-kitchen/?p=74800

4. Like bell’alimento on FACEBOOK

5. Follow Family Kitchen on TWITTER

6. Like Family Kitchen on FACEBOOK

7. Follow bell’alimento on PINTEREST

That’s a total of 7 chances to win!

Legal Schmegal: Contest is open to U.S. addresses ONLY {sorry to our international friends}. Contest is open until February 23rd, 2012 at 12 midnight EST. One random winner will drawn. Winner has 48 hours to confirm prize or an alternate winner will be drawn.


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