Monday, January 26, 2015

Spike Seasoning Magics Review & Giveaway

I'm always on the lookout for new spices/flavorings to add to our food. I like to experiment a little bit when I am doing our crock pot cooking, using products that add more flavor to our meal. 

I really believe we have found a winner with Spike Gourmet Natural Seasoning

I was sent the following seasonings to try:

The first thing I decided to try the seasoning on was a pork roast.

Decided not to go overboard, as I hadn't tried their seasonings before. So I just used the Tenderizer and the Original Spike Gourmet Natural Seasonings.

It cooked all day in the crock pot and came out so tender. Having to smell that all day long in the crock pot cooking was seriously making me hungry, and that says a lot, considering I'm not a huge roast pork fan. 

Cooking with the veggies.

After cooking.

Have I mentioned how juicy it came out? The juices just ran out of it. It almost looks pink, but it really wasn't. It had cooked all day.

Our opinions of the Spike Seasoning?

The ones we have tried, we have loved. We love that they are natural and they have many different ones to choose from. I don't like a lot of salt flavor in my food, but even their Original version wasn't salty. Truthfully, it was darn yummy. Even the kiddo went back for seconds and she isn't a big meat eater. Plus, they  have a No-Salt version of their seasonings.  

I'm trying to work up the nerve to try the Hot & Spicy mix. I'm not a big HOT fan, but part of me knows that this is going to be awesome. I just need to find the right meal to include it with. 

We have tried most of the seasonings and have found all to be flavorful, not to salts and the flavors that they are, are not over bearing in any way. 

I would highly recommend them. I think that you would really enjoy them. We have and I can't wait for the next crock pot meal to give some more a try. This time will be a little more adventurous with our flavorings. 

You can check out Spike Seasonings Magic on facebook!
Also, here is the link to their website: Spike.

Seriously, swing on over and check them out. 

Oh and in closing :-) I have to tell you that this was one of the best smelling packages that I have ever had delivered. You would think that all those seasonings mixed together the smell would be powerful, and it just made the package smell tasty, lol.

How would you like to win your own set of Spike Seasonings? Thanks to the generosity of Spike, they are offering one of our readers a chance to win their own prize pack. To enter, just check out the rafflecopter form below.  

Disclaimer: I received absolutely no monetary compensation for this posting. However, I did receive a product, free of charge, so that we could do a proper product review.

Many thanks to Spike Seasoning Magics for allowing our blog to do a review and a giveaway for our readers.


Giveaway is open to residents of the US who are 18+. Please no PO Boxes as they ship via alternate carrier. Only one entrant per household.  Winner will be emailed after giveaway and will have 48 hours to respond with requested info. Info will then be passed on to the sponsor for shipment of prize. Giveaway will end on February 10, 2015 at 11:59 p.m.

Good luck!

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Positive Buzz said...

I would probably cook pot roast first. Looks great!

Terri Patillo said...

I would make spicy flank steak strips and potatoes!

sue14625 said...

i would cook a pork roast -have not done one in quite a while


I would use this in hamburgers.

Anonymous said...

I would sprinkle some over veggies.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I will use the seasonings for my meatloaf.

Anonymous said...

I would use the seasonings on pork loin.

saturdaynightfever said...

Pork tenderloin!

terri142 said...

I think I would try the seasoning on some veggies and potatoes.

Dijah Wise said...

The first thing I would use these for would be a flavored rice, our favorite!

Kassandra Hawkins said...

I bought some pork tenderloins recently that would be perfect with this seasoning!

kathy pease said...

I think I would make a chili :)

Cynthia Dawson said...

I would probably season a roast chicken as my first use of the prize!

Buddy Garrett said...

I would use it on chicken.

lilyk said...

I would use the seasonings for pasta.