Raspberry Flowers, Salted Grapes & A Tupperware Chop N Prep Chef Giveaway!

If you can have fun with your veggies, you can certainly have fun with your fruit! My family is full of fruit lovers. In fact, we usually eat fruit with every meal. Maybe that’s why I was itching to make some changes to our every day options.

Here are two easy fruit recipes that take less than 5 minutes to make. Yes, you heard correctly.  Less than five minutes to make. With just one slight ingredient tweak, you will enhance the taste of your average grape and raspberry.  These recipes are tasty as  mid-afternoon snacks but, they can also hold their weight as desserts too.  Both require refrigeration and are quite refreshing.  Your only challenge: trying not to eat the whole bowl of fruit.

And, if these recipes aren’t easy enough, how about an opportunity to win your very own Tupperware Chop n Prep Chef?

It’s the perfect earth-friendly kitchen gadget to turbo chop fresh herbs, vegetables, berries, cheeses and more in record time.  It has an easy-pull cord mechanism which saves time and effort while eliminating the cost of expensive electricity. Plus, the Chop ‘N Prep™ Chef is small enough to store in the cupboard, drawer or pantry (for us apartment dwellers).  I received my first Chop N Prep Chef a few weeks ago and have been using it ever since.  My kids love to help chop veggies by simply turning the pull chord a few times.  It’s fun and effective at the same time.

Ok, here’s what you need to do to enter to win your own Tupperware Chop N Prep Chef!  

To Enter: Leave a comment on this post telling me how you’d use your new Chop N Prep.

Earn More Chances to WIN (leave a comment for each entry letting me know you did it, even if you already follow)

Official Rules: Open to US residents only. Must be over 18. Giveaway will end on May 4, 2012 at 8:00 pm (Eastern Time). One winner, with a valid entry, will be selected using random.org. Winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to claim their prize or another winner will be selected.

Disclaimer:  I was not compensated for writing this post. I did receive a free Tupperware Chop N Prep Chef to use and enjoy!  As always, all opinions expressed in this post are my own.




  1. Tammara Callahan says:

    I would use it to chop vegetables for dishes such as potato salad, gumbo, and many others.

  2. Vanessa says:

    The Chop and Prep would be a perfect accessory for use in the galley of our sailboat! Space is extremely limited, and the compactness of this appliance not needing to be plugged in makes it a win-win!

  3. I would use the Chop N Press to incorporate more fruits and veggies into my family’s meals. Sometimes, the effort and time to chop up fruits and veggies make me forgo these healthy items for less healthy but more convenient meal choices.

    • sharib says:

      Paj Ann » great! and yes, this would totally get you excited and interesting in chopping veggies. good luck!

  4. Melissa C. says:

    I’d use it to create salad toppings!

  5. Michelle says:

    What wouldn’t I use the Chop and Prep for? I’d have my kids chop vegetable and fruit and nuts while they help me cook. They love watching the Food Network and are very into the idea of cooking (when not playing xbox).

  6. suburban prep says:

    This would be a help in chopping the veggies that go in gazpacho soup and also for chopping the chocolate that my husband puts in a chocolate dessert.

  7. Did you tell Claire about salted grapes w/ Olive Oil??? She got me hooked … I follow you everywhere, and now I follow Tupperware too.


  8. Entering your Give-Away!: I’d use this to chop any and all of my veggies. Currently I have on hand some zucchini, cucumber, bell peppers, carrots, fresh mint, basil… Perhaps I can chop up some of my garlic cloves, too! : )

  9. Carolsue says:

    I would use it to chop onions and garlic and nuts and on and on!

  10. Carolsue says:

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  11. Carolsue says:

    I like Tuopperware on Facebook (Carolsue Anderson)
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  12. Carolsue says:

    I follow you on Twitter as MsCarolsueA
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  13. Carolsue says:

    I follow you on Pinterest as cezovski9
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  14. I would love to win this. I can think of many recipes that this would be great for. I would start with homemade salsa!

  15. I follow you on facebook

  16. I follow tupperware on facebook too

  17. I follow you on twitter also!

  18. Toni Geisler says:

    Raspberries w/choc sound delish. Berries on sale this week, and I will use dark choc.
    I love cantalope with sea salt, makes it sweeter. Works with grapefruit too.

  19. Toni Geisler says:

    Follow on fb, following tupperware on fb, trying to get twitter to work from phone and will be checking out pinterest.

  20. I follow you on FB 🙂

  21. I follow Tupperware on FB 😉

  22. I now am following you on Pinterest 🙂

  23. Sandra Guirguis says:

    I would use the chop & prep to help prep the ingredients for delicious dips and sauces. I am thinking of my mother in laws delicious hummus recipe 🙂 Also, I hear it relieves stress!

  24. Kathy F. says:

    I follow you on Facebook and LOVE ideas! Sign me up for the chopper!

  25. Kathy F. says:

    I follow all your boards on Pinterest. LOVE all your boards.

  26. Kathy F. says:

    I have quite a bit of TUpperware and love the stuff, have a few absolute favorites that I use daily. Just today followed it on Facebook – would love the chopper!

  27. Kathy F. says:

    This is to tell you how I would use the chopper – to help chop my veggies for my fresh salsa!

  28. Asia Leitner says:

    I would use the Chop N Prep to make toppings for pizzas, make stir fry’s, salsas, salads- both fruit and veggie, and healthy snacks for my daughter and myself. I would have SO MUCH FUN with this!!!

  29. shirley fin says:

    for salad prep

  30. Harold D says:

    I’d use it on onions and garlic, I hate to chop both.

  31. I’d chop almonds for sprinkling on recipes

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