ZenSoy has just announced the first ever recipe contest for their organic puddings and organic soymilk. Throughout the month of December, you are invited to contribute your favorite recipes using ZenSoy Organic Pudding or Soymilk. In January, the recipes will be voted on, and two winners will be selected to win the following:
Both prizes are perfectly sized for packing in lunches to take to work, school, or while traveling.
To Enter: Sorry, the entries are now closed!
Recipe photos will be accepted in a .jpg format, but are not required. Please include how you would like the recipe credited online (first name only, first and last name, with website / blog, online name, etc.).
The contest is being hosted by Go Dairy Free, and the accepted submissions will be featured on one or more of the following websites: www.godairyfree.org, www.alisacooks.com, or www.zensoy.com. In January, 2011, the recipes will be voted on by Go Dairy Free and Alisa Cooks viewers, and one lucky voter will also win a ZenSoy package!
ZenSoy Pudding comes in four flavors: Vanilla, Chocolate, Banana, and Vanilla/Chocolate Swirl. It is distributed nationwide, and can be found at Whole Foods, Kroger, Publix, Safeway, Stop & Shop, and other major grocers and natural food stores. ZenSoy Pudding is also available online from VeganEssentials.
ZenSoy Soy-on-the-Go Soymilk comes in three flavors: Vanilla, Chocolate, and Cappuccino. It is also available nationwide via Whole Foods, Krogers, Jewel, and select natural food stores. ZenSoy soymilk half gallons are available in the New York metro area. ZenSoy Soy-on-the-Go Soymilk is also available online with quick shipping from Amazon.
ZenSoy was founded in 1999, and has since been producing delicious, non-GMO, dairy-free products. All ZenSoy products are certified kosher (OU Parve), organic, and vegan. Pandas Against Pesticides is ZenSoy’s campaign to safeguard the environment and our food supply from harmful chemical pesticides. They are pledging 5% of all profits to international wildlife organizations and to promote organic farming. For more information, visit ZenSoy at www.zensoy.com, or say hello to them on Facebook and Twitter.
** The recipe entry must be an original work created by the person entering the contest. By submitting the recipe you are committing that it is your recipe and has not been copied from another medium that does not belong to you, whether in print or online.