Thursday, May 13, 2010

Cascade Complete ~ Review & $25 Walmart Gift Card Giveaway!!

I love Blueberry Cobbler, and I recently made this super great dessert! I made the dessert for a 24-hour challenge. I was asked to try out the new Cascade Complete all-in-one Actionpacs, and with this challenge, I received a few items to help me take the challenge.
I got a baking dish, recipe for Blueberry Cobbler, and a package of the new Cascade Complete in the mail.
I was excited to make the dessert, and I couldn't believe how easy it was! I needed 2 cups of blueberries, 1 can of blueberry pie filling, 1 stick of butter, flour, sugar, cinnamon, and 2 packets of instant oatmeal. I mixed it all together, baked it, and enjoyed the dessert with our small group that meets at our house. Everyone really enjoyed the dessert, and there was no left overs. I let the baking dish sit out over night, and then loaded the dish in my dishwasher. I put in one pac of the Cascade Completes and let the dishwasher do my dishes.
I am happy with the results of how the Cascade worked. My baking dish was washed clean, and now it is ready to bake another Blueberry Cobbler!
Cascade Complete All-in-one ActionPacs are made with the Grease Fighting Power of Dawn, which gives you the scrubbing power of Cascade and the grease-fighting power of Dawn! It's the perfect combination for an amazing clean and they’re incredibly easy to use. You have to have dry fingers, and you just place the Action Pac in your dishwasher and close the latch. You don't need to unwrap anything, and you don't have any mess. I like how easy it is! I like that the proper amount is all ready, and I don't waste my cleaner. Sometimes when I pour in the detergent I over pour, which causes it to overflow, and it is wasteful. Cascade ActionPacs are made just right and easy to use.

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To enter, tell me what foods leave behind the toughest buildup on your baking dishes. You can get extra entries by leaving recipes to your favorite foods (no limit to the comments with recipes).
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The Cascade Complete All-in-1 ActionPacs kit and the $25 Walmart gift card to give away were provided by P&G through MyBlogSpark. I take ownership of my own opinions and thoughts in this blog post. I was not paid for my time or written review. The products were given to me in exchange for a written review.

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Erica C. said...

Dried up syrup usually tends to be a problem for me.

wantsandwishes said...

I know a few people have said lasagna and I agree with them. The cheese on top and all the sauce gets baked onto the pan. Like cement I tell you.

trixx said...

I always have a hard time getting out anything with cheese like macaroni & cheese or enchiladas.

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Jinxy and Me said...

Baked ziti is the hardest to clean!

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Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

Lasagna makes a pretty big mess, which is also why I don't make it very often! lol

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Jessica said...

Whenever I make enchiladas the cheese mixes with the sauce and makes an extra hard mess!
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Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

Here's a link to one of my favorite recipes over on my blog, Creamy Cheese Chicken:

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It's so good!

Betty C said...

Dried on spaghetti sauce is one of the worst.

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wkfr said...

Have you ever burned a pot of Beans?

Auriette said...

It takes hubby and me a few days to finish off a lasagna, and by that time, the noodles and cheese are really attached to the dish!

Betty C said...

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Tammy said...

Eggs - scrambled especially!

Sharon H said...

Any baked cheese dish like mac and cheese is tough to get out.
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slehan said...

My biggest mess is when I burn the spaghetti. Thanks for the contest.

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ShesAnAngel said...

Enchiladas make the biggest mess for me to clean up, all that baked on cheese and sauce!

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Anonymous said...

Lasagna is a mess!!

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HRG126 said...

Scalloped potatoes has to be the worse.

Valancia said...

Greasy messes left behind I dont like such as meatloaf, pork chops or chicken cooked with the skin left on it.
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susan1215 said...

lasagna is tough

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FDP 4 Life said...

my deep dish pizza is a mess
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Anonymous said...

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DRIED OATMEAL CAN BE A MAJOR PROBLEM

scarter305 said...

Lasagna is the worst to get out!

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tlannan30 said...

Any food that my husband cooks makes a mess. He is not good at stirring and leaves a lot of things stuck at the bottom of pans.

js22 said...

dried egg yolk and dried-on oatmeal are the two worst things to be washed off.

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J. Cannon said...

Casseroles are hard for me to get out.

Barbarawr said...

Lasagna makes a huge mess on pans!

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Nicole said...

Any dish with dried on scrambled eggs is the biggest mess for me.

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ConiSu said...

When he can't grill, Hubby likes oven BBQ and the sauce always ends up burnt to the bottom of my pans.

kcatlin said...

Anything with pasta sauce

RONA111 said...

When I make casseroles, the pans are a bear to clean up!

kathy pease said...

the worst for me is dried on eggs :(

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brianpiero said...

Thanks for the giveaway...any baked (or unbaked for that matter) pasta dish that features my wife's homemade Marinara Sauce is always tough to get clean without repeated soaking/scrubbing of the pan.

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Bakersdozen said...

When I make peanut brittle, I know I will have a big clean-up job to contend with. The pans and spoons have a hardened, sticky mess that is difficult to clean. vidomich(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I always have trouble with fried potatoes! No matter what the ones on the bottom always burn and stick to the pan and permanently adhere

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Anonymous said...

Baked Eggs

Ingredients:
8 large eggs
2 tablespoons butter or margarine
6 tablespoons milk
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon pepper
2/3 cup extra-sharp cheddar -- shred
1 can (4 ounce size) green chiles -- chopped
tomato sauce, ketchup, chili or taco sauce -- optional
tomatoes; sliced -- for garnish

Directions:

Put butter in 8" square baking pan. Set in 350F oven to melt. Shake pan to distribute butter evenly. Slightly beat eggs, milk, salt and pepper. Pour into pan. Bake at 350F for 10 minutes or until eggs begin to set.

Sprinkle with cheese and chiles. Draw a wide metal spatula across bottom of pan several times to break up mixture. Bake, breaking up mixture again several tims, for 5 more minutes or until of desired doneness. Serve with tomato sauce, ketchup or chili sauce, if used. Garnish with sliced tomatoes.

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Anonymous said...

Lasagne!!

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ktgonyea said...

Anything with cheese.

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sdianen said...

Baked cheese.

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Tad said...

barbecue ribs in the oven.

Just trim ribs to fit your baking dish, first rub with dry rub spices (garlic powder, paprika, etc.), then pour on some of your favorite barbecue sauce, and bake covered with a tight foil tent at 325 for 30 minutes, then 275 for two hours or until really tender. Uncover for 10 minutes or so before serving.

Anonymous said...

I think oatmeal left in the pan can leave a mess if left for any time.

susitravl said...

I always have to scrub melted cheese. It would be nice to just stick the pan in the dishwasher and have it come out clean!

Anonymous said...

I think Lasagna is the worst for me!

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wkfr said...

Baked Beans

Kathy said...

Chicken Cacciatore leaves a big mess in my baking dish! Usually have to soak it overnight...I don't own a dishwasher! Wah!
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seaside44 said...

Baked Spaghetti is my worst baked on mess.

07violet said...

baked pasta

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purango said...

Lasagne and Meat Loaf leave behind the toughest stains. garrettsambo@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Tuna and cheese casserole is the hardest to get off.

Donna said...

Macaroni and cheese.
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