WIN-It-Wednesday: Didi Davis Sugar Blends

Whoever says that eating a gluten-free diet isn’t sweet hasn’t yet tried DiDi Davis Food Sugar Blends.

These sugar blends work miracles on any kind of gluten and allergen free foods. In essence these sugar blends are like a magical “Pixie Dust” that can make even an amateur cook or baker into a world renowned master chef or patisserie.

Didi Davis Food Sugar Blends are a must have in gluten and allergen free kitchens. Boring gluten-free sugar cookies, coffee cakes, or even first courses jump to life when sprinkled with a little love, courtesy of DiDi Davis Foods.

Want to add a splash of citrus to blueberry muffins? Sprinkle on some Lemon or Mojito Sugar Blend. Is your salmon getting bored and baked to pieces? Dash on Orange Ginger Sugar Blend for an Asian-influenced ginger-packed sweetness.

And for a topping for good old yogurt or cottage cheese (or even as a topping for toast smeared with peanut butter and sliced bananas) start your breakfast off on the sweeter side with a dusting of the Espresso Sugar Blend. For dinner? Enjoy a caramelized glaze on chicken breasts by sprinkling on the Curry blend (or any other of the sugar blends) and serve with a side dish of  sweet potatoes or butternut squash sprinkled with the Spiced Gold Sugar Blend that is bursting with a holiday influenced experience of cinnamon, all-spice, clove and ginger. Delicious!

Created with a base of natural sugar from Hawaii and infused with natural spices and essences, these DiDi Davis Sugar Blends add sweetness and tantalizing flavors to most any cooked gluten and allergen free dishes or baked goods. I also like the way that these sugars look when sprinkled on food. The sparkly and transparent crystals are such a pretty addition when sprinkled on muffins, scones and loaves. It truly is a magical Pixie Dust!

All these fabulous sugar blend creations are why I am so very excited that DiDi Davis Food is this week’s WIN-It-Wednesday sponsor.

Three (Yes 3!) Lucky BeFreeForMe members will win a Didi Davis Food Sugar Blend Collection, which consists of a sampler pack of the six sugar blends mentioned above.

How can you WIN?

Reply to this blog and tell us which of the sugar blends listed above sound the best to you… as well as how you would use it. (Me? I would love to try the Mojito Blend sprinkled over Lime Gelato!). All entries must be received by Tuesday, November 16, 2010 at 12:00 midnight EST.

Good Luck, remember to sprinkle a little sweetness around each and every day, and… as always…

Be Free!

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31 Responses to “WIN-It-Wednesday: Didi Davis Sugar Blends”

  1. laura Says:

    i love sugar, I think the lemon would be the one for me, and I would use it on all my seafood dishes.

  2. Lori Niver Says:

    I would like to try the spiced gold sugar blend on whipped cream on the top of my hot chocolate or hot coffee. I would also like to try it sprinkled on my french toast with warm maple syrup.

  3. Laura F Says:

    I would love to try the Spice Gold Sugar Blend over/with some homemade applesauce…yum! Also, I can’t get over the Expresso Blend (I might sprinkle a little of that over a bowl of vanilla ice cream) =)

  4. Cindy Says:

    I would love to try the lemon blend to top off my blueberry muffins. Sounds delicious!

  5. Lisa V Says:

    The Espresso Sugar blend sounds delicious. I think it might make a good topping on a sugar cookie.

  6. Janet LaRue Says:

    I would love to try the lemon sprinkled on my blueberry buckle that I have modified and made for my family. Sounds yummy!

  7. Kathleen Says:

    I’d like to try the espresso sugar blend sprinkled on top of chocolate pudding. YUM

  8. Heather Says:

    I would use the Gold sugar blend or Expresso blend on Rice Pudding.

  9. Hillary-Heidi Berndt Says:

    I think that I would like to try the Spiced Gold Sugar blend on some plain air-popped popcorn. The cinnamon, sweet taste would really make the popcorn taste like a decadent dessert.

  10. Terri Peters Says:

    The spiced gold would work great on top of apple or pumpkin muffins

  11. Sarah Dyjak Says:

    The Spiced Gold Sugar sounds great sprinkled on a pumpkin dessert at Thanksgiving.

  12. Lisa Says:

    I would love to try the mojito blend. I love anything with mint so I think it might be good on cookies or sprinkled on hot chocolate.

  13. jazmine antico Says:

    i would love to try the espresso sugar blend on brownies or ice cream! also, the gold sugar sounds like it would make everything so pretty for the holidays! i would go sugarcrazy! 🙂

  14. Phyllis Says:

    I would like to try the orange ginger on baked chicken.

  15. Michelle Says:

    I think the lemon sugar would be a fantastic topping to muffins!

  16. gle stock Says:

    id love to try the orange ginger in my stirfyr dishes. and my sweet and sour chicken

  17. Audra Says:

    I would sprinkle the Spiced Gold Sugar on everything from oatmeal to gluten free baked goods, even sweet potatoes!

  18. Toby Says:

    No question..LEMON SUGAR on crepes!!! Mmmmm…..:D:D:D

  19. Christina Says:

    I’d love to try the orange Ginger sugar blend with my marinated tofu. I use gluten free soy sauce and sesame oil and brown the tofu a bit before tossing it over a salad and that sounds like a great flavor addition. The spiced gold would also help on my homemade gluten free sweet treats if the season or to top a cappuccino. Of course the orange sugar would be great on cranberry orange muffins or scones. I’d love to try them all!

  20. Michie Page Says:

    Too hard to choose! I think I would try the espresso blend on top of a truffle cake with whipped cream. And the spiced gold on gingerbread cookies.

  21. Renee Jones Says:

    I would love to try the esspresso blend in my morning or afternoon esspresso. Also would be great on a snowy day in my cocoa!

  22. Clare Says:

    The Spiced Gold would be great on hot, buttery toast with a steaming mug of coffee!

  23. Erin Says:

    I would like to try the espresso sugar blend sprinkled on my gluten free toast after it has been buttered. I don’t even like coffee, but I think that this sounds great.

  24. Kara Says:

    Yum! For myself, I would add the espresso sugar to some dark chocolate cupcakes. For the kids, I would add the spiced gold sugar to my version of GFCFSFEF egg nog. Oh, the things I could do with all those flavors of sugar 🙂

  25. K Davis Says:

    Curry Sugar, oh, my! Salt isn’t an additive in our no added sodium home. We change up our dishes, day by day, with Curry Sugar. Curry Sugar’s warm flavors bring tasty/smoothness, tartness/sweetness to foods, be it animal, vegetable, or fruit. We use the curry modified – stronger or softer – on a wide variety of vegetables and fruits. The Curry Sugar changes flavors entirely, depending how much we use. Prepare upfront a batch of some one food and celebrate your next several meals’ flavors without the time investment. Spice it up! We love to eat healthy so we hope we’re one winner of Didi’s. Thanks.

  26. Jacque Says:

    Orange Ginger Sugar Blend might be nice with Hot Cocoa

  27. Eileen Says:

    I would like to try the Orange Ginger Sugar Blend on salmon.

  28. Connie Says:

    I would love to use the Spiced Gold Sugar on top of a giant sweet potato along with some butter and mini-marshmallows! YUMMMM!!!!

  29. Joan Koch Says:

    Would love to try the Espresso Sugar, Lemon and Mojito Blends on top of my merigue kiss cookies. The orange ginger sugar blend would be a great flavor enhancer to a gluten free Teriyaki sauce on chicken served with steamed broccoli and rice. The Spiced Gold Sugar Blend would compliment gluten free pumpkin or apple pancakes topped with whipped cream. Pumpkin soup made with coconut milk sprinkled with Curry Sugar Blend on a cold winter evening….yum! All the sugar blends sound great!

  30. Hnybny Says:

    I’d love to try the Espeesso Sugar in a gluten free tiramisu. The combination of real coffee, ladyfingers, mascarpone and the sugar would make it amazing.

  31. Theresa Watson Says:

    Espresso Sugar Blend sounds amazing – sprinkle on sugar cookies – whipped cream on top of my coffee – just lick my finger and dip it in it and lick – YUM!!! Thanks for the opportunity to win wonderful prizes.

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