This post is sponsored by Truvia. I received Truvia samples for the purposes of review; however, all opinions in this post are my own.
MashupDad is very excited about these Truvia blends that bake and brown like sugar in recipes, since they’re both low calorie and lower in carbs. What’s are they made out of? Truvia brown sugar blend contains erythritol, sugar, molasses, and Stevia leaf extract; Truvia baking blend omits the molasses.
Truvia Baking Blends come in both brown sugar and sugar varieties so that you can use them in all your own favorite baking recipes. (Note that Truvia does contain sugar alcohols (erythritol), so be aware if you’re sensitive to those.)
Try your own hand at Truvia for your chance to win
To celebrate the launch of the new Truvia Brown Sugar Blend, you have the chance to share your own baking talents in the Truvia Baking Star contest! Through October 14, just submit your own two minute baking video here. Truvia will pick ten semi-finalists, and fans can vote for their favorite recipes from 10/21-10/30. The three finalists with the most votes each win an all-expense-paid trip to NYC with a guest, and then on November 19 the three finalists’ baking skills will be judged in a live bake-off by YouTube Star judges April Moore, Byron Talbott, Joanne Ozug and Gaby Dalkin.
The bake-off winner will be awarded the title of Truvia Baking Star, win a professionally produced and promoted video, and his or her recipe will be featured on Truvia.com!
Not a video maven? Enter to win smaller here
What can you win?
- One lucky Mashup Mom reader will win a Truvia prize pack that includes one bag of Truvia Brown Sugar Blend, one bag of Truvia Baking Blend, one Truvia spoonable, and one Truvia 40-ct.
How do you enter?
- Just comment here and let me know if you’ve tried Truvia, or why you’re anxious to!
One entry per comment; each comment is an entry; a maximum of one entry per household; duplicate entries will be deleted. Enter through 11:59 PM Central on 10/13/14. U.S. residents only, please. If you are reading this through email or Facebook, please click on the title of this post (up at the top where it says “Truvia — A Giveaway…”) to go back to the blog. Scroll down to the bottom of the post and you will see a box to enter your comment; just comment there to enter. Email and Facebook entries will not be counted. If you are reading the Mashup Mom homepage on the web, look at the bottom of this post where it says “___ comments.” Click on that to get the box to enter your own comment.
The fine print
Prizing and information for this giveaway has been provided by Truvia. This post is sponsored by Truvia; however, all opinions here are my own. The winner will be randomly selected from all comments received on or around 10/14/14 and will have 48 hours to respond to notification email; Mashup Mom will choose a runner up if no response is received in that time frame.
No purchase necessary. The number of eligible entries receives determines the odds of winning. Duplicate entries will be deleted. Void where prohibited. Please allow 8 weeks for delivery of your prize.