{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. Linda Kish says

    Get everything ready beforehand so you don’t have to stop to cut things up to add.

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  2. Ellen C. says

    I like to set some chili to cook in the morning and cook up a bag of rice real quick for a super fast dinner. thanks for the chance.

  3. Shay says

    I like to cut up veggies and freeze ahead of time then just pull out the bag of veggies needed and let defrost on counter or throw right in crock pot frozen

  4. julie says

    at the beginning of the week, cut up a bunch of onions into a small dice. then use it throughout the week in all your dinners instead of having to stop dinner prep each night to haul out a cutting board and chopping knife.

  5. Allison says

    I like pre-prepare things as much as possible. If I’m chopping onion for one night and will need it the next, I’ll go ahead and chop it all the first night.

  6. heather c says

    Time-saver – Spend time cooking freezer meals for the week and not only will your meals throughout the week take less time to prepare, they’ll be homemade and you control the nutritional value!