We are so excited to announce our latest contest – the Rodelle and KitchenAid Multi-Cooker Challenge! With fall temperatures settling in and seasonal produce shifting it is the perfect time to usher in Rodelle’s sweet and savory ingredients to make more flavors in your kitchen. Rodelle’s baking essentials are especially handy this time of year. But, did you know we also offer some extra special gourmet spice blends and spices just for fall: Turkey Brine, Wassail (mulling spices), Pumpkin Spice Extract, Cinnamon Sticks and more! Get the skinny on all of our fall ingredients by clicking here!
The KitchenAid Multi-Cooker and Stir Tower Attachment is a revolutionary all-in-one kitchen cooking tool that home cooks will love! This four quart Multi-Cooker offers 10 cooking functions, step-by-step cooking modes and a stirring accessory that allows for assisted cooking at precise temperatures.
The Rodelle and KitchenAid Multi-Cooker Challenge has 6 great prizes:
If you’re familiar with Rodelle, you’ll know that we produce fine vanilla extracts and other baking essentials. We also sell high-quality, gourmet vanilla beans. Vanilla beans are what give our extracts their flavor; they provide bakers with another option to enhance their recipes with the rich flavors of vanilla.
You’ve probably noticed that some recipes call for vanilla extract, and others call for vanilla beans. Often times, you can use the two interchangeably: brownies, cookies, pies. Other times, you’ll probably want to use vanilla beans if your recipe calls for it. Ice cream and creme brulee are two examples where vanilla beans will not only add a visually appealing effect to your recipe (those lovely black flecks) but also add a creamy, vanilla element that extracts are not able to achieve in these recipes.
This is our new favorite Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée recipe! It’s the best, traditional Vanilla Bean Crème Brûlée recipe yet! Rich, creamy and very vanilla! With two whole gourmet Rodelle vanilla beans, you know the pure flavor shows through in this dessert. What makes this even more incredible is the double layer of caramelized sugar topping – the cracking and tapping on the top is half of the fun!
Crème Brûlée can be an intimidating recipe for some because there are a few steps and a lot of resting/chilling periods. While it may take a while, the process is rather straight forward – there isn’t too much guess work involved and that’s why we love this recipe. To make it even easier – we broke the steps down in this how to video!
The Rodelle + KitchenAid + Ovenly Summer Sweetstakes has officially come to a close – today we are sharing our 1st Place and Runner-Up Prize winners! Again, thank you to everyone who participated!! We can’t say how much we appreciated all of your Facebook posts, Instagram and Pinterest follows and Tweets that came across our screens!
Ron Giese – Alberta, Canada
Kristen Visser – Ontario, Canada
Mark Dwyer – Arizona
Maria Beas – California
Dan Denman – Texas
Runner Up Prize Winners
Kelly Gordon – Ontario, Canada
Belinda McNabb – Manitoba, Canada
Meg Tucker – Texas
Alan Saxon – South Carolina
Jill Piechnik McKelvey – Georgia
Congratulations to you all and be on the lookout for all of your prizes from Rodelle and our great partners: KitchenAid and Ovenly! And, if you didn’t win this round, stay tuned for another great giveaway opportunity this month!!