34 Degrees Crisps GIVEAWAY + Easy Crock Pot Jambalaya

Good morning and happy FRIDAY, friends Open-mouthed smile

This week has been a b-u-s-y one for me. I’ve had a couple extra work assignments pop up, as well as starting with a couple new clients this week, so I’m adjusting a little to having less desk time. It’s all good, though. Also good? Colorado has decided to return to above freezing temperatures!

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Hoooooray! I may be beginning to love the snow, but I still dislike freezing temps very much.

And to celebrate the temps rising to degrees in the 30’s and 40’s, how about a little weather-appropriate giveaway with 34 Degrees Crisps?

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34 Degrees Crisps are wafer-thin crackers that come in five delicious flavors: Natural, Sesame, Cracked Pepper, Rosemary and Whole Grain. 34 Degrees also gives back, by donating 1% of its crackers, and by making quarterly donations to the Food Bank of the Rockies, as well as the Children’s Totes of Hope program. They also practice sustainability when it comes to their packaging, by using fully recyclable materials for packaging, and using wind energy.

A little while back, I had the pleasure of meeting the 34 Degrees team through my work for KIND, and we’ve been emailing back since then.

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I’ve talked about their crisps on the blog, and love enjoying them with some fruit and cheese, and perhaps a bit of wine Winking smile

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I can get behind a cracker that tastes good and gives back! I hope you can, too, because one lucky reader will win  4 sets of 34 Degrees Crisps! That means…FOUR boxes of each flavor!

See how to enter at the end of the post. And you can read this easy jambalaya recipe on the way down  Winking smile

Like I said, my favorite way to enjoy the crispbread is with cheese and wine, but the other night, I added a few of the whole grain flavors to this easy crock pot jambalaya that I made.

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Easy Crock Pot Jambalaya

ingredients

1 lb. chicken breast or thighs

2 Andouille sausages

1/2 onion, chopped

1 green bell pepper, chopped

1 c. chicken broth

1 can fire roasted diced tomatoes

4 tbsp. tomato paste

1 t. garlic powder

1 t. paprika

1/2 tsp. thyme

1/2 tsp. parsley

salt and pepper to taste

2 c. cooked rice (I used Thai rice, but I think yellow would work well, too!)

directions

Place chicken, andoullie sausage, pepper, and onion in the crock pot, and cover with the broth, tomatoes, and tomato paste. Add in your seasons, and stir. Cook on low for 8 hours. About 10 minutes before serving, add in your rice. Serve and enjoy Smile

Now, on to those giveaway terms.

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To enter to win 4 boxes of each flavor, mentioned above, leave a comment saying how you think you’d like to enjoy the crisps.

For an extra entry, you can “like” the 34 Degrees Facebook page, and leave a comment back here letting me know you did.

The giveaway is open to US residents only (sorry!) and will end next Thursday at 11:59 pm Mountain time.

GOOD LUCK!

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  1. oh i love those crisps! and it’s above freezing here today too. we need to celebrate that, for sure!! liked them on FB!
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  2. I would enjoy these with a cheese platter for the holidays.

  3. Owww!! On their own or with soup!! Stay warm!!

  4. Liked on facebook!

  5. I liked to eat every three hours or so and honestly I think I would just munch on them on their own!

  6. With wine sounds like a solid plan, but I think I would also pair them with a little spreadable cheese (goat?)

  7. Mmm They would be delicious with a dip for all the holiday parties!
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  8. I like them on Facebook!

  9. Seeing how I put goat cheese on everything, I’d probably eat these with goat cheese!

  10. I have a great recipe for guac! I would use the crisps for dippin!
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  11. I’m all about crackers with SOUP! We’ve had soup almost everyday this week for either lunch or dinner. I just love it this time of year, and it’s SO easy!
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  12. I’m sure I would like them plain or with some cheese.
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  13. These would make an excellent addition to a cheese platter spread over the holidays!

  14. Isn’t it funny that 30 degrees is an improvement? It’s been pretty cold here this week too so after several days in the low twenties, I was pretty happy to see 35 degrees!

    P.S. I think these crackers would be great on a holiday spread with cheese and different veggies.
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  15. With a warm bowl of soup!!

  16. Liked them on Facebook.
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  17. I’m not a huge soup person, so I’d probably have them with salads!
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  18. Meredith B. says:

    They would be great with cheese and some good wine!

  19. I would eat them with cheese!

  20. With cheese, the stinkier the better!

  21. Nothing new but with cheese & wine!
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  22. I would love to enjoy the crispbreads on a cheese board with goat cheese, brie and fig jam!

  23. my grandma and i love those crisps! we put blue cheese on them and have them w/ wine. of course!! :)
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  24. I honestly enjoy crackers best plain or with guacamole or hummus
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  25. I already like 34 Degrees on facebook :)
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  26. Crispbread w/ hummus & red wine!

  27. I’d enjoy them with salsa & guacamole!

  28. With smashed avocado or sardine salad!

  29. I think I agree with the wine, fruit, and cheese combination! They also seem like they’d be great with salsa.

  30. i think these would be great with guacamole, hummus, and salsa!

  31. with cheese!

  32. I bet those would be really good with soup or chili. That jambalaya looks awesome, I’d actually eat everything in it!
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  33. i would love to eat those with a nice spread like the 3 layer hummus or spinach artichoke dip at trader joe’s!!

  34. Mmm, wine and cheese sounds great, but some fresh tapenade on crispbread would be delicious too!

  35. i would enjoy them plain as snacks!!
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  36. Sara Miley says:

    I like eating them plain. Crackers with cheese…even better!

  37. I would love them with cheese or on top of yogurt!
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  38. I liked them on FB!
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  39. eat them with cheese thanks

  40. With hummus. Thanks!

  41. I like them on FB!

  42. like them on fb Julie A Scott Laws

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