Edible Gifts Recipe Contest and a Giveaway!


We all know that is the season of giving, yet it’s also the season of sharing.

How about sharing to give? Let me explain…

Make a difference this holiday season by giving to those you love and to those in need.

From now until December 2, 2013 Philly Canada wants your best gift-able Philly recipes! Submit your recipe {which includes Philadelphia cream cheese as an ingredient} and you could be 1 of 5 people to get a grand prize of $250! It’s the Edible Gifts Recipe Contest!

edible gifts recipe contest

As well, by entering your recipe, you can help Food Banks Canada. For the first 100 recipe submissions, Kraft Canada will make a donation of $5 per recipe to this organization. 

Not only does your recipe give money to a great cause, it’s also your entry into a sweet contest!  You can also submit as many recipes as you’d like, though you can only win once in the contest. 

Get out your favourite recipe cards, I bet you have a fantastic edible gift made with Philly that you could submit. Be sure to let me know if you’ve done so, I’d love to see your recipe and cheer you on. 

In the meantime, make sure to check out the recipes at Real Women of Philadelphia, a great resource to find goodies to make this holiday season!

melting snowman cookie balls
Melting Snowman Cookie Balls


WIN IT: One Canadian reader will get a Kraft gift basket. It includes an assortment of Kraft products and a Real Women of Philadelphia apron and spatula, arv $50

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TO ENTER: Fill in the form below with your qualifying entries. Good Luck!!



I am a Real Women of Philadelphia Ambassador and I receive special perks
as part of my affiliation with the brand. The opinions on this blog are my own.



  1. trish says

    I just got the chocolate cream cheese and it is amazing. i put it on toast, pancakes, delicious! doesn’t need any recipe, good on its own!

  2. Anne Taylor says

    nothing fancy, but I love a good cream cheese mixed with smoked salmon and roasted garlic with dill as a spread or a dip

  3. Natalie says

    No bake cheesecake. Anytime I can make something that looks great without turning on the oven, it’s a win.

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