Monday, December 7, 2009

Inspired Entertaining With Nancy's Appetizers - CONTEST!

Now that the holiday season is in full-swing, I love to host gatherings with friends and family - both large and small - to bring us together and connect. It can be challenging with work, home, family and other social/civic obligations...but I have a friend in my freezer! Nancy's Frozen Appetizers help me provide a lavish spread of delicious treats without any fuss or budget-busting drama! Each is well-made and elegant - quick to warm in the oven or even thaw-and-serve! The Pin Wheels are a family favorite! I hosted a fabulous girls-only make up party this weekend featuring Nancy's Appetizers for snacks, and they were literally "gobbled up" by my appreciative guests - all without any stress or toil! I could relax and enjoy the fun with my guests rather than being in the kitchen cooking and serving.

From cheese souffl├ęs, to mushroom turnovers, crab cakes, petite quiches, and pastry tarts, the Nancy's line serves up a delectable spread that has something for everyone. With the price-point of $4 to $13 per package, they can fit easily with your entertaining budget. Add them to the list of items to stock up on at your local grocery or club store to keep on hand for spontaneous drop-ins! You can find the nearest store to pick up Nancy's or go online to find entertaining tips and recipes at

I am excited to host a blog contest for one lucky winner. Winner will receive a coupon for Free Any one 12 ct Nancy's Frozen Appetizer (expires 4/30/10) to try and enjoy! Please post your comment below with your favorite party planning secret. One entry per person, please. All entries must be received by 12/14/09. Winner will be selected by random drawing from all entries received and notified by email on 12/15/09. If unable to contact, a subsequent entry will be notified. US residents only.

"I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Nancy’s Appetizers and received 2 coupons to facilitate my review and a $20 thank-you gift certificate."


Stephanie said...

My favorite party planning tip is to do all you can in advance! Many dips, for example, taste better if the flavors have had a chance to meld, so make whatever you can a day or two before!

Thanks for the chance! My husband and I love to have "snack-y" foods on New Years' Eve and these would be perfect!

Julie said...

I keep my menu simple. This way I don't get too uptight. I also have ordered pizzas out-then have chips, dips, pop to go with it.

Susan said...

Remember to invite people you like and who get along together. You won't have any fun if you are worried about the group dynamics.

If someone offers to help don't turn them down. Just give them something to do that is not critical to your plan unless you really trust them.