Monday, December 20, 2010

Gingerbread Pop-Tarts - Faith's Version of the Gingerbread Man

This is a compensated review by BlogHer and Pop-Tarts®.


Last week, we were quite happy to share our gingerbread brownies with you, along with our affinity for Gingerbread Pop-Tarts. This week, Miss Faith wanted to share her version of the Gingerbread Man, or perhaps, the Gingerbread Pop-Tarts Man?


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59 comments:

  1. I remember spending Christmas in South America as a little girl (I lived there for a year after my parents divorced) and seeing how differently they celebrated there. There was a lot of caroling and sparklers and less about shopping.

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

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    http://twitter.com/#!/mami2jcn/status/17205292685074432

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  3. An easy recipe for a great Snack!Layer a 8-oz.fat free cream cheese(room Temperature) on a dinner plate,spread on this 1/2 to a whole bottle of cocktail sauce on this.Take some cooked shrimp(seasoned with Old Bay Seasoning)Got To KICK IT UP! Spread all over the top!Lastly sprinkle any kind of shredded cheese you like on TOP!Chill & Serve with Ritz Crackers!YUMMY!

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  4. I read the Official Rules! Thanks.

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  5. My favorite holiday memory is the Christmas we had in Japan. With lots of family members together and it was also an interesting experience not having a traditional one as we had in the States.

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  6. tweet.http://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/17458902174015488

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  7. Our favorite tradition is for the kids to take big red bags full of toys to donate to Toys for Tots. They love playing Santa!
    rosanova_family@comcast.net

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  8. We tweeted: Win a $100 gift card from Kellogg's Pop Tarts! Go to http://reviews.bentolunch.net/2010/12/gingerbread.html

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  9. Our tradition is that we put the Christmas tree up the day after Halloween!
    lesleymitchell52@yahoo.com

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  10. On Christmas Eve we drive around looking at Christmas lights and then come home and drink egg nog and open one present

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  11. http://twitter.com/#!/susan1215/status/17594270672232448

    s2s2 at comcast dot net

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  12. We have a great holiday tradition where we all go for a walk on Christmas Eve and then enjoy eggnog after! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  13. I tweeted too:
    http://twitter.com/#!/benny8484/status/17682905010540544

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  14. Well, we have a tradition of reading the story of Jesus' birth and then having a time of singing. Please enter me in this great giveaway! Thanks so much:)

    esterried[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  15. Tweeted.
    http://twitter.com/kingsdaughter24/status/17684779877007360

    esterried[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  16. Our favorite tradition is Christmas Eve mass. When we come home from mass - Santa has come and we open our gifts instead of on Christmas day.
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  17. tweeted: http://twitter.com/KerryBishop/status/17711597438898176
    nuthouse(at)centurytel(dot)net

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  18. We go to church and watch the Christmas play. This year my son was in the play so it was extra special.

    MCantu1019 AT aol DOT com

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  19. We always visit family, watch major games and the disney parade is a must
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  20. tweet
    http://twitter.com/#!/ChelleB36/status/17825656930836480
    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  21. Both my babies were born in December. Celebrating their birthdays is my tradition
    bepoia(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  22. We go to church at midnight on Christmas Eve. The kids always grumble, (it's too cold, I'm sleepy), but do it now with their kids! :-)

    pskidw1@hotmail.com

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  23. As a child making divinity candy with granny.
    cjwallace43 at gmail dot com

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  24. http://twitter.com/cjwallace43/status/18056220212469760
    cjwallace43 at gmail dot com

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  25. We always leave cookies that we decorate Christmas eve especially for santa and the reindeer.

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  26. tweet http://twitter.com/sodahoney/status/18147989243564033

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  27. blogged http://sodahoney.blogspot.com/2010/12/get-pop-tarts-recipes-and-watch-fun.html

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  28. if this shows up twice...not trying to cheat-- blogger just kicked me back so i am going to try again
    we like to have a bible time, make fudge, and watch old movies on christmas eve...and we each get to open 1 gift.
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

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  29. read the rules
    tattgiff at centurytel dot net

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  30. We always let the kids open their stockings and then make a big breakfast and take our time opening the rest of the presents. All our kids friends think we are mean for not letting them instantly rip open all their packages, but we think it is less hectic our way.
    ajolly1456 at gmail dot com

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  31. I tweeted
    http://twitter.com/lunaj1456/status/18286756663132160

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  32. My favorite holiday tradition is going to the Columbus Zoo and seeing the Wild Lights Display. Its so beautiful and fun and romantic when its just my hubby and I.
    Angie
    one 4 earth at aol dot com

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  33. I tweeted here:
    http://twitter.com/#!/FotoMacro/status/18372775920009216
    Angie
    one 4 earth at aol dot com

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  34. My favorite holiday memory is when I rec'd an electric organ and played Christmas songs for the family at Gramma's house. Maybe I was 8 years old?

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  35. I love the tradition of driving around the local neighborhoods and looking at the lights/decorations on Christmas day night before going to bed.
    Scott
    nynekats at aol dot com

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  36. my tweet http://twitter.com/#!/RePurrPussed/status/18381047750205440
    Scott
    nynekats at aol dot com

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  37. When we were little we'd decorate the tree on Christmas Eve afternoon, have dinner, get new PJs from our parents, then it was off to bed.

    Going to bed so early stunk but I loved the rest of it! :)

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  38. I tweeted http://twitter.com/simplydab/status/18411649929052160

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  39. No holiday traditions, just visiting with family and friends.

    I guess my putting on my Mom's old hristmas sweatshirt when I decorate would be a tradition.

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  40. tweet http://twitter.com/#!/vlbsweeps/status/18413626280902656

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  41. When I was a kid, we'd always spend the week before Christmas watching holiday movies and eating homemade baked goods--it was good times!

    eemoody77 at gmail dot com

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  42. I tweeted!

    eemoody77 at gmail dot com

    http://twitter.com/#!/FakeGradSchool/status/18476844575629312

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  43. My favorite holiday memory is when we were able to go and see Santa with his live reindeer.
    winit6 at hotmail dot com

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  44. Our favorite holiday tradition is betting how many times the christmas tree will get knocked down and by which child! ::LOL:: All five of our kids have knocked it down at least once over the years but our youngest takes the number one place with five take downs... three this year and two last. Our most important tradition is and always will be laughter.

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  45. When I was little, I was awake while my mom was putting presents out but I didn't get up to watch just in case it was Santa. I was afraid he would see me and then not leave the gifts. Just told my mom about that the other night.

    kytah00@yahoo.com

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  46. Tweeted!

    http://twitter.com/kytah00/status/18653330188279808

    kytah00 @yahoo .com

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  47. My kids are older now but I loved wrapping all the gifts after they went to bed on Christmas Eve. I miss that.

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  48. Tweeted here too

    http://twitter.com/gmissycat/status/18656615469158401

    gmissycat at yahoo dot com

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  49. My best memories are when my children were little, they made Christmas. I am now 71 and get to share it with my children, grandchildren and in about 7 months my new great, great grand baby.
    marybug2@yahoo.com

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  50. I tweeted, but want to correct my first post. It will be my great grand baby, the first.
    http://twitter.com/#!/marybug2/status/18663674923196416
    marybug2 at yahoo.com

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  51. reading santa's letter for the kids! their look on their faces are priceless
    imnotarunner{at}{gmail}{com}

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  52. My favorite tradition is driving around looking at Christmas lights with a big thermos of hot chocolate

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  53. We sing Christmas Carols while my wife plays the piano.

    pauleyd68 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  54. I always loved baking and decorating sugar cookies with my mom - always good times!

    gina.m.maddox AT gmail.com

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  55. http://twitter.com/lpauld68/status/18782655948521472

    pauleyd68 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  56. One of our favorite desserts is my family's recipe for pecan pie.

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  57. We like baking lots of special desserts and cookies for the family to share, and then sitting down to watch some good Christmas movies.

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  58. Just visiting family and having a delightful Christmas Day of food, fun & games.

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  59. tweeted

    http://reviews.bentolunch.net/2010/12/gingerbread.html

    Thanks

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