{CLOSED!} NuWave Oven – Win Giveaways

Have y’all heard of the countertop NuWave Oven?! It’s a three-way cooking system that uses infrared, conduction and convection heat cooks up to 50 percent faster and saves up to 85 percent of the energy compared to conventional ovens. It broils, roasts, grills, bakes, steams and more. Plus save time because it doesn’t need extra time to preheat, and you can add food frozen!

Couple other cool features…

  • Portable – Perfect for meals on the go almost anywhere.
  • Contained Heating – Won’t Heat the Kitchen
  • Layered cooking system – multiple foods can be cooked at the same time, without mixing or mingling flavors.
  • Safe – FDA-approved Plastic Dome Won’t Shatter or Burn
  • Touch & Go Programmable Cooking

For more information, tips and recipes, visit the official NuWave Oven site.

I know I’m excited to use the NuWave oven when I’m in a time crunch!

This week, we’re giving away 1 NuWave oven to 1 lucky winner.

Contest Details

1. Contest ends Monday, November 19th at 3 pm EST. Winners will be announced back here on this post, and notified via email with further instructions.

2. Please leave separate comments for each entry. Winner will be selected by Random.org.

3. Open to US residents only.

These lovely blogs are joining me this week…also offering this giveaway! Feel free to hop on over to their sites and enter their giveaway by clicking on the links below.

*Disclosure: I received similar products for review and no other compensation. As always, opinions are my own.

Comments

  1. Vicki says

    Throwing everything into the crockpot before breakfast, so that I will have a yummy-smelling house all day and will know that my dinner is taken care of! That’s my time-saving trick!

  2. Heather M says

    One favorite cooking shortcut… cook extra rice, veggies, protein one day, and on another make fried rice with the leftovers. Completely new meal. Just add a sauce of some kind (even teriyaki works), and some green onions, and you have a totally different meal from earlier in the week. Works with chicken, pork, shrimp, or even straight veggies… quickly scramble a few eggs and add them to the rice.

  3. cher says

    I am not sure that I have a cooking shortcut I can think of besides using pre cut veggies or frozen strawberries. I have found a cool no fail easy to do microwave peanut brittle recipe that takes just minutes and I use it on popcorn for a sinful treat (like poppycock popcorn but so much better). It was in my Thyroid Cancer Low Iodine Cookbook but have since seen it elsewhere without the salt restriction. Really should give it a try. I am not good at making homemade candy but this is peanuts and syrup (I use agave) sugar , vanilla and a bit of butter and baking soda.
    Many recipes on the internet food. com cooks etc
    http://www.cooks.com/rec/view/0,191,155179-238203,00.html

  4. Amber says

    I try to pre-chop/wash most veggies when I get home from shopping so they are all prepped and ready to go in stir-fry’s, casseroles, etc.

  5. Tiffany says

    I throw crockpot ingredients together ahead of time and freeze. Then pull them out the morning of, throw in the crockpot and its ready when you get home from work!

  6. Tiffany says

    I throw crockpot ingredients together ahead of time and freeze. Then pull them out the morning of, throw in the crockpot and dinner is eady when you get home from work!

  7. Peggy Killham says

    My favorite time saver is either my crockpot or chopping up and bagging all the veggies I will need for the week right after I get home from the store with them!

  8. Kristy Boyd says

    I’ve been doing batch cooking which has been a great time saver on those nights when we have a lot going on.

  9. Michelle says

    My timesaver is to cook the week’s meals on Sunday. And to plan a crockpot meal once or twice a week.