Crazy Sweet Tuesday & Welcome Home Brands Giveaway

Welcome to Crazy Sweet Tuesday, where life is back to “normal” and I’m buried in sugar, as usual.

There’s a lot going on this week, so let’s get started!

Last Saturday, I was so so excited to finally meet some more local Sacramento bloggers. I hosted our meet-up for Online BlogCon and we met for lunch and talked for three hours!

That’s Hayley from The Domestic Rebel, Heather from Heather’s French Press, Michelle from Michelle’s Tasty Creations, Trish from Mom on Timeout, Allie from Eat at Allies, and little old me.

We ate fries. And instagrammed. Instagramed? Hmmm…

I must say, I cannot wait to see all these ladies again! Thanks for the fun. I got to talk about blogging for three hours and not watch my husband’s eyes glaze over. Perfect!

Remember yesterday, when I made Fluffernutter Nutella Banana Bread? In those fabulously cute disposable baking pans by Welcome Home Brands? Well, I had to bring the ladies a little treat when we met, right?

I made them my Zucchini Brownies (SO awesome, BTW. I could eat the whole pan myself) and I packaged them up in the little teeny tiny loaf pans. Too cute!

You know you want some of these disposable pans from Welcome Home Brands, right? Of course you do!

One lucky reader will win a collection of these awesome pans! (The set will include a variety of sizes and colors, not necessarily what is shown here. Prize will be at the manufacturer’s discretion.) Open to U.S. residents only.

Good luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Wew. That was a lot. No, onto the features from last week!

Pumpkin Pie Tortilla Rolls by Sweet Little Bluebird

Turtle Thumbprint Cookies by Mom on Timeout

Nutella Oreo Cheesecake Deep Dish Cookie Pie by Back 4 Seconds

Vermont Maple No-Bake Cookies by The Kitchen is My Playground

Bacon Maple & Pecan Sticky Buns by Happier Than A Pid In Mud

Birthday Sprinkle Cake Cookies by SugarKissed

And the most clicked sweet was one of my personal favs:

Oreo Streusel Muffins by Crumbs and Chaos

OhmygodallthatlooksSOgood. I’m so hungry right now. I really shouldn’t write this post before lunch.

Thank you all for linking! Features have been pinned, and new this week I’m going to start sharing the photos on Facebook. So watch for that and share away!

{Please be sure to pin from the original source, NOT this page! Thank you!}

Have a wonderful week and I can’t wait to overdose on all the linked up sugar this week!

Let’s start the party!



 

Fine Print: Giveaway open to U.S. residents only. Welcome Home Brands will select which bakeware to send to the winner, at their sole discretion. Crazy for Crust is not responsible for which products are sent. Welcome Home Brands is responsible for shipping the package to the winner and Crazy for Crust is not responsible for packages that are not sent or lost in the mail. Winner will be notified via the email they use to enter this rafflecopter form of their win on Saturday, November 3rd. Winner has 48 hours to respond to said email accepting their prize or a new winner will be chosen. Products provided to Crazy for Crust for review; all opinions are 100% my own.








Comments

  1. I make Texas Millionaire Fudge!

  2. Fudge! I love to make holiday fudge.

  3. Thanks so much for the feature! Those Oreo muffins look awesome!

  4. great post. would love to win

  5. Those are so cute!

  6. Looks like you guys had so much fun at your luncheon. Thanks again for putting together Online BlogCon, it was awesome.

  7. Would love to try out these pans!

  8. You know how I have to get my Crazy for Crust Fix each week!

  9. Every year I make pumpkin bread to give away as gifts. These pans would be so cute! Thanks for a great give away! :D

  10. I make cookies, and fruitcakes.

  11. I make baklava since I’m half Greek. :) I love these pans!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  12. Love this blog and love this giveaway! Thanks!

  13. I like to make cookies in a jar.

  14. I make cookies, fudge and truffles for Christmas gifts.

  15. I love teeny tiny pans – those are adorable!!! I really want to try the zucchini brownies!
    Thanks so much for featuring my Pumpkin Pie Tortilla Rolls!!! Fun!!!
    Thanks for hosting – have a great night!

  16. I make homemade peppermint bark! Thanks for a fun party and an amazing giveaway!

  17. I love making my “secret recipe” biscotti! (Which thanks to the blogging world won’t be much of a secret this year) and of course cookies. This year I’m also trying homemade peppermint sugar scrubs. I just love this paper bakewear!!

  18. I make biscotti, slutty brownies, chocolate crinkle cookies, raspberry twists… am so going to add your peanut butter fluffernutella yum goodness to the mix 1

  19. I like to make a few different fun popcorns to give away in tins!!! Thanks for the fun giveaway and the great party each week:-) I love seeing all your blog meet up pictures! We need to meet next:-)

  20. I love making Drunken Pineapple Banana Bread for the holidays. And of course there are the thousands of cookies that I make. But I want to do something new this year…. but still not sure what.
    Thanks for the party. Have a super week!

  21. Thanks for hosting! I love a good party and I love a good sweet!

  22. I usually make a cookies box. Martha Stewart makes beautiful boxes that I wrap my goodies up in each year. My most requested cookies are: shortbread and caramel stuffed chocolate cookies with pecans.

  23. I make cookie assortments for Christmas :)

  24. I am presently canning apple-cranberry jam in pretty jars as gifts. I am also planning on making some neat little ornaments with wine corks. :)

  25. I love love love LOVE baking goodies for people at Christmas. My favorites to make are Mint Oreo Bark and anything with peanut butter and chocolate. I get a group of friends together a few weeks before Christmas and we all bake about 5 different things while drinking copious amounts of wine and talking nonsense. It’s one of my favorite days of the year!

  26. Thanks for hosting and it fun to see what you gals did!

  27. I love the picture of the meet up!!! It’s so cool to see the people behind the blogs!!! Thanks for hosting the party!

  28. I love making all kinds of cookies for Christmas! I think this year I’ll try giving my dad fruitcake, too–he loves the stuff.

  29. so.stinkin.cute!

  30. I make chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies & peanut butter balls. So glad to hear you guys had a fun meet up. Can’t wait for the SoCal one in a few weeks :)

  31. I bake most of my gifts so I make everything to give away: banana bread, lemon bars, brownies, toffee, cupcakes, shortbread, Mexican Wedding Cakes, butter pecan tarts, cakes, and cookies. I’ve used paper bakeware before and they make great packaging for gifts!

  32. Thanks for hosting Dorothy. Looks like fun!

  33. Dorothy – that was SO much fun! We have got to meet again soon:)

  34. I like to give divinity and I think it’s a divine Christmas gift! Thanks for hosting Dorothy and thanks for all your help this week :)

  35. I make hot coca mix and put it in jars with mini marshmallow or candy canes tied on.

  36. I make chocolate covered pretzels and last year I made (and plan to repeat) chocolate covered almaretto cherries. Everyone loved those cherries!

  37. Thank you so much for featuring my Vermont Maple No-Bake Cookies!! I make lots of stuff to give away as Christmas gifts … but the one I’m most known for and would probably get in ‘trouble’ if I didn’t make is Rum Balls. I go a bit extra-heavy on the rum! :-)
    Tracey @ The Kitchen is My Playground

  38. Looks like you ladies had a great time! Thank you for your party, Dorothy!

  39. What a great group to meet up with! I make bread at Christmas for gifts, well that and candy and cookies and whatever else I feel like! Thanks for the party as always!

  40. I make Christmas Jam every year for Christmas gifts. Dorothy, it looks like a fun time with all the bloggy friends. Thanks for hosting.

  41. Thanks for hosting such a GREAT party! Today I am sharing my Witch’s Brew Butter Cookies and my Chocolate Peanut Butter Crunch Candy Bars. Have a nice week! ~Sheryl @ Lady Behind The Curtain~

  42. I love to give tins full of fudge and other goodies! Those little pan are adorable. Thanks for the feature!

  43. I might bake anything to give away, cakes, cookies, fudge. One year it was all cakes, sometimes it’s an assortment.

  44. I make my specialty: Loaded caramel apples!
    PS: Man, I wish I could have joined in that lunch with you ladies! So awesome that you got to meet up!

  45. Dorothy,
    I had a great time too. I know what you mean about the hubby’s eyes glazing over, hehe mine does the same thing. I love the pans and the brownies were amazing! For Christmas I make my famous Peanut Brittle and bake breads and cookies.

    Thanks for hosting. Have a wonderful week :)
    Michelle

  46. We make banana or pumpkin bread and give it to every neighbor on our street (and the next street over) – so these would be perfect!

  47. I usually give cinnamon rolls – but cinnamon roll bread sounds good:)

  48. I love to give Peppermint Twist Cookies and/or White Chocolate Peppermint Popcorn.

  49. I give peanut butter blossoms and chocolate chip banana btead.

  50. I think I will make plates of candy like peanut brittle, fudge, caramels etc. Great giveaway!

  51. these would be perfect for the mini rum cakes me and my Mom make!

  52. Thanks for the party Dorothy :)

  53. Super awesome giveaway – I was just looking for similar products the other day. Thanks for telling us about them.

  54. Thanks for hosting! Have a wonderful week & a Happy Halloween :)

  55. I love to give no bake cookies & truffles at Christmas time!!

  56. Thanks for the party! I would love to make cookies!

  57. Hi Dorothy , thanks for hosting this great party, enjoy your week :)

  58. Great group of bloggers! We linked up a wonderful cabbage casserole today!

  59. What a great group of girls!! how fun! I love making candy for Christmas, fudge, truffles, bark, toffee….

  60. Sorry, Dorothy, I linked up the wrong recipe earlier (cabbage casserole). I meant to hook up my Oreo dessert casserole (which I just did). YUM.

  61. Mini bread loaves and hot chocolate mix

  62. Hi Dorothy! Thanks for hosting! I typically make cookies and some kind of candy to give out at Christmas!

  63. I always make homemade vanilla and a ton of different jams and jellies for the holidays. This year I made cherry amaretto jam and cranberry wine jelly.

  64. I like to give Carmel Corn!

  65. I love to make a whole bunch of cookies and give away little tins of them!

  66. I love to give cinnamon rolls as gifts at Christmas time. The scent of cinnamon seems to make people happy!

  67. We usually make a collection of treats that we always made growing up. My family was known for making an edible wreath on a plate and then we filled it with those homemade goodies :)

  68. These would be perfect for Christmas presents!!

  69. Christmas cookies, of course. And I make pies.
    Love, Mom

  70. I had a blast meeting with everyone on Saturday! We definitely need to do that again, and I also need to give you your dang ramekins back. Sorry I’m holding them hostage. Maybe more zucchini brownies will be the right amount of ransom to get your ramekins back, muhahahaha.

  71. We make shortbread and fudge most years (:

  72. I’m making sugar scrubs this year!

  73. cookies, cookies and more cookies!

  74. I plan to make a lot of cookies, truffles, toffee and quick breads.

  75. I like to make fudge and other candies to give as Christmas gifts!

  76. We give home baked gifts for Christmas every year so these would be absolutely perfect!!

  77. Planning on making some specialty cookies and fudge this year to give away.

  78. I love those sprinkle cake cookies! So cute. I love getting together with local bloggers – always a good time!

  79. Sorry I missed the gathering, Dorothy. Sounds like you had a great time, of course. I was knee-deep in gluten free baking and frosting this weekend. Thanks for all you do and have done for us bloggers! :)

  80. I love making cookies, candies & mini bread loaves to gift :)

  81. I like to make pumpkin bread and cookies for gifts. Would live to have those pretty giftable pans because I usually bake the bread, and have to take it out of the pan to wrap and give away. Not near as pretty!! Your lunch looks like you had the most fun with them! Nothing like a day of laughter and good food to let you know how lucky you are!

  82. I tend to make cookies and fudge for Christmas gifts.

  83. Would make banana bread, it’s my favorite! I would love to know where to buy their products. Their website is a little confusing.

  84. I make lemon bars.

  85. Darlene Peterson says:

    Every year I make caramel chocolate dipped pretzels and mini loaves of bread for my family and friends. I would love to win this contest.

  86. I make German stollen. Yum!

  87. I make smoked sea salt chocolate covered caramels, yum.

  88. Jaime Boudreaux says:

    Love the blog! The photos make me soooo hungry!! :)

  89. barbara n says:

    I give my neighbors and friends homemade chocolates and cookies

  90. I can foods fresh from my garden. I have family and friends who like that. I give out for an extra Xmas treat of my canned goodies from my garden, catered to their liking (They have to return my jars for next year) then I give them their extra Xmas gifts picked out just for them. I haven’t seen any re-gifting yet? I love your Blog, keep up all the great work you have been doing, faithful reader.
    cjbrick@ymail.com

  91. Amaretto fudge

  92. Terri Betz says:

    I always make cherries dipped in white chocolate, truffles rolled in cocoa, sprinkles and 10x, peanut butter cups and our potato candy! Also brownies and lemon snow bars. Our kids love getting the boxes of goodies! :)
    Thanks for this gifty giveaway!

  93. I make lots of candies to give away, my most favorite thing to give is peanut brittle and chocolate fudge!

  94. I usually bake cookies.

  95. Oh I’m sooooo jealous. If I didn’t live 583,583,073,574 miles away, I’d love to come and meet some fellow bloggers too. Maybe one day when we save up enough moolah to make it over the pond! :) And we’ll definitely be stopping over in Cali. ;) It’s great to see you having fun with some great bloggers and chatting for 3 hrs made me giggle. The giant man-baby rolls his eyes and glazes over too. And gets frustrated at all my baking tools, ingredients, etc. He calls it, and I quote, ‘cake crap’. Funny that, no complaining when he’s stuffing his face though!

    And those disposable baking pans look spectacular. Are they made of cardboard that has some sort of wax like coating?

  96. Reese’s PB Cup Cookies

  97. I have so many things I want to make for Xmas gifts, I have a whole pinterest board going, haha. I was lucky enough to win a digital paper pack from Hello Love Too through Online Blogcon – so I’ll be trying my hand at gift tags and Ball jar belly bands!

  98. I would love to win this great giveaway. I like to bake some bread in them little pans for the Holidays. I will be giving them away and maybe selling some. I have been on Medical Disability since March. I think I might be able to tyr and make some. My husband could help me also. I hve been trying to win some of these great giveaways, but no luck yet. Maybe this could be the one. Thanks for offering.

    Thanks Brenda

  99. I love to make sugar cookies with frosting, sprinkled with all kind of Holiday sprinkles!!
    Great giveaway! I would love to win!!

  100. Would love these cute pans for my holiday baking.

  101. We bake up a storm at Christmas time. For gifts we do pound cake, zucchini bread and pumpkin bread. These would be so darn cute! I love them!

  102. Michelle Cuevas says:

    I like to make cookies of any kind and put them in baskets for everyone!

  103. thanks so much for hosting and for the fab giveaway! Perfect for the upcoming holidays!

  104. Sheila Torres says:

    I make all kinds of Christmas cookies . . . but the kids’ favorites seem to be frosted sugar cookies! However, adults love the rum balls!

  105. Last year, I made individual whiskey cakes. They were a hit!

  106. You gals make me wish I lived in Cali! I’d love to have some “blog talk” over lunch! Well, for Christmas I almost always make decorated sugar cookies because my kids love to get involved with the decorating.

  107. I love the disposable baking pans! I love baking during the holidays and giving to family and friends!!

  108. Banana Bread!

  109. How anyone has time to bake every week in the Fall, I just don’t know! I’ve been bested by my work schedule again this week, but I’m drawing motivation from this party! WILL. BAKE. NEXT. WEEK. (and blog it….geeze…..now I’m getting demanding.)

  110. Shut up. Those little pans are ADORABLE! And how sweet of you to take a treat for everyone. Cue awwwwws.
    All the features this week are makin’ my teeth hurt. Which one to make first……

  111. I like to make candies and cookies – a different kind every year.

  112. I bake lots of cookies and breads for my neighbors and friends. i also have requests for a few cheesecakes and pies around the holidays as well! I love Christmas baking!

  113. I bake lots of cookies

  114. I like to hand out fudge, or my saltine toffee aka Christmas crack :)

  115. Mary Fanara Coleman says:

    I bake lots of cookies,Butterhorns and my yeast torte.

  116. I like to make pumpkin bread/muffins. I have been using the same recipe for over ten years. It never fails me!

  117. cookies and fudge thaknks

  118. I knit things! And sometimes I actually finish them in time! I got an early start this year, so hopefully things go better this time.
    Loretta | A Finn In The Kitchen recently posted..Barbecue Chicken Stuffed Sweet PotatoesMy Profile

  119. I would so love to use these for presents. We are giving homemade gifts, with times being tight, and these would just be the icing on the cake :) I would love to do some chocolate chip pumpkin bread. Heck anything would be great in these.!!!!

  120. LOVED the idea of this bakeware! I really need to get me some…cross my fingers on this for now! :)

  121. I haven’t really made any baked goods specifically as gifts, though I bring baked goods to nearly every event I go to. So I guess that counts :) I’ve given needlepoints and framed drawings that I’ve made as gifts.
    mrs. williams recently posted..Zucchini Oatmeal Chocolate Chip CookiesMy Profile

  122. It looks like you gals had a great time, I’m so jealous! I love that bakeware:)
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