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Giveaway — All natural Pomi tomatoes (4/8)

This giveaway has been sponsored by Pomi. I received products to review for purposes of this post; however, all opinions here are my own.


I have a tasty giveaway for you guys today, sponsored by all natural Pomi Boxed Tomatoes from Italy. These are processed from fresh Italian tomatoes shortly after harvesting, and Pomi tomatoes are non-GMO and have no preservatives or added ingredients. Since they’re boxed rather than canned, they are also BPA-free — plus, the aseptic packaging is recyclable.


Now, I really should have read the directions on their site about how to open the box neatly before ripping on in… But I persevered nonetheless, and eventually popped open this lovely box of chopped tomatoes they sent over for review. These smelled great right out of the box, but were much more saucy than pictured.


I used about half the box to make Pomi Portobello Pizzas, using this basic recipe from last summer. Rather than using out of season fresh cherry tomatoes, however, I simply spiced up half a box of Pomi chopped tomatoes to make a nice chunky and flavorful sauce to fill each portobello cap, mixing them together with 1 tsp basil, 1/2 tsp oregano, 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper, and 1 tsp minced garlic.


After marinating the portobellos for about half an hour in some minced garlic, oregano, lemon juice, balsamic vinegar, olive oil, and a little sea salt and black pepper, I filled each cap with the spiced up Pomi chopped tomatoes. I then topped each with mozzarella (some also got a little pepperoni and/or fresh spinach) and baked them on a foil-lined cookie sheet for 25 minutes at 400 degrees.


Pomi Portobello Pizzas were so good! I’m glad we still have the other half of the box, because I’m making these again this week. 🙂 Once you’ve opened your Pomi tomatoes, you can transfer any leftovers to another container and refrigerate up to ten days.

Want to try Pomi?

Check the store locator on their site. In Chicagoland, you should be able to find Pomi tomatoes at both Meijer and Jewel. (I am pretty sure I have also seen them at Whole Foods!) Also, give a go at the giveaway below, since one lucky Mashup Mom reader will win both chopped Pomi tomatoes and strained Pomi tomatoes for themselves. (Psst — make Pomi Portobello Pizza!)

On to the giveaway

What can you win?

  • One Mashup Mom reader will win boxes of all natural Pomi chopped and strained tomatoes!

How do you enter?

  • Just comment here and let me know what you’re looking forward to making with your Pomi tomatoes.

One entry per comment; each comment is an entry; a maximum of one entry per household. Enter through 11:59 PM Central on Tuesday 4/8/14. 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 “Giveaway — All Natural Pomi Tomatoes…”) 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 Pomi. This post is sponsored by Pomi; however, all opinions here are my own. The winner will be randomly selected from all comments received on or around 4/9/14 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.


Tuesday 8th of April 2014

I love making one-pot meals and most of them call for canned tomatoes. So I'd probably first make a Tuscan Vegetable Soup with these.

Brigitte B

Tuesday 8th of April 2014

I would like to use as the main ingredient of my chilli

Carrie Conley

Tuesday 8th of April 2014

I will be using it in my spaghetti sauce....


Monday 7th of April 2014

I love making pita pizzas!


Monday 7th of April 2014

I might try your pizza recipe, or do a more kid-friendly version on english muffins. Hmm, or make pizza sauce for homemade pizzas and/or calzones...I think I may need a couple boxes of tomatoes for all the recipe ideas. :)

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