Matzolah Passover Granola Giveaway!

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matzolah passover granola giveaway

I know what you are thinking. Amy, ANOTHER giveaway?! Jew are too kind! Stop giving us free stuff! Well, this Matzolah Passover Granola is totally worth it. Most made-for-Passover products taste like cardboard right? They barely qualify as food? But I have honestly been noshing on Matzolah all week long and it’s not even Passover yet. It’s that good, people. At this rate I’ll have none left for the holiday!

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Not only that, but Matzolah is only made with good stuff: Vermont maple syrup, California raisins, hearty almonds, walnuts and pecans. Mix some into yogurt or with milk. Yum! Or eat right out of the canister with your bare hands. I won’t judge. Matzolah is available at lots of stores including the Far West H-E-B right here in Austin! Or you can order some here.

matzolah giveaway

Or even better- win some!

To enter to win your very own canister of Matzolah:

U.S. entrants only, and the contest ends at 11:59 P.M. CT on March 21, 2013. 

Make sure to check out Matzolah on Facebook too!






  1. Gill says

    I follow you now on Facebook and thank you for offering this giveaway to your blog readers.

    I look forward to trying this ‘Matzolah’ product.

  2. Paula Goldman says

    I follow you on FB. Thanks for the chance to win! I made one of your recipes and my Mah Jong girlfriends loved it, love your posts! Shabbat Shalom.

  3. Marna Sanders says

    And I’ve been following you on Pinterest – that’s how I learned about the contest in the first place. Love you recipes!

  4. robee61 says

    I get your emails and follow you on Facebook. I would love to try this, I read about it months ago and cannot find it locally.

  5. says

    Now I am also following your on Pinterest. I would love to try this…Maple is my favorite flavor. I am going to a maple syrup tapping demonstration at the U of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum tomorrow.
    Maple Sugarhouse Open House
    noon-4 p.m., Sugarhouse, across the street from Arboretum parking lots.
    Drop-in demos of how sap is collected and cooked down to rich, delicious maple syrup. Free with gate admission.

  6. Hebrew Power says

    Follow Jew ,,,twitter,,,fb,,, Pinterest ,,,,email,,, love all the recipes Jew post!!!!

  7. says

    Ok, following you on Twitter and Pinterest, but have no idea how to “follow” on Facebook. Is that the same as the “like” button. Cuz I already like you! Have mercy on this old person who does not understand this newfangled interweb thingy.

  8. Susan says

    So excited to find your site…. I am now following you on Pinterest , Facebook and twitter!