Fisher Nut Exactly at Costco {giveaway}

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So last year, I was delighted to introduce y’all to Fisher NUTexactly snack bites – which were a delightful hit not just with my family, but with many of y’all as well.  Fisher NUTexactly snack bites are back at Costco, and I’ve teamed up with them again to share the news about their new twist with y’all!  I was sent compensation in exchange for sharing about the new Fisher NUT Exactly snack bites – however, all opinions are all my own.

Fisher NUT EXACTLY snack bites are now available in a new flavor combination at Costco stores across the Southeast, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee.  And just in time for today’s BIG GAME!

 

 

Now let me tell y’all – this new  new flavor combination is absolutely ahh-mazing!  I had a hard time putting the bag away.  Even more, my kids, better known as the pickiest kids alive, gobbled these up as after school snacks.  This year, the NUT EXACTLY snack bites consist of roasted almonds and blueberries dipped in rich dark chocolate. Made with simple ingredients and no artificial preservatives, Fisher NUT EXACTLY is a gluten free snack that you can feel good about sharing with friends and family as part of your game day snack spread.

Fisher Nut Exactly at Costco

For more information about Fisher NUT EXACTLY flavors and product availability visit www.fishernutexactly.com   Don’t forget to show us how they’re enjoying Fisher NUT EXACTLY by Tweeting or sharing photos on Instagram with #FisherNUTEXACTLY.  

Fisher Nut Exactly at Costco

Would you like to win a Fisher Nut Exactly Prize Pack?  One lucky winner will get a 20 oz. bag of Fisher Nut Exactly PLUS a $50 Costco Gift Card (can be used without Costco membership)!  It’s simple to enter: first, comment below telling me your best tips for throwing a game-day party.  Make sure you visit Fisher on Facebook and tell them why you’re excited to try Fisher Nut Exactly – and stop by my Facebook fan page as well, and tell me hi.  🙂 Then, fill out the Giveaway Tools form below.

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Comments

  1. Erin McLaughlin says:

    Organization! I use Pinterest to help me: mkbr_erintmc

  2. I like to make a football stadium out of snack foods!

  3. nicole dz says:

    My best tips for throwing a game-day party is have lots of variety when it comes to the food, cause it is all about the mouth watering food. And make the setup is convenient and in order. And always Buy extra just in case!

  4. Julie Wood says:

    One easy tip is to have a Help Yourself Sandwich Buffet. It is easy to have everyone make their own sandwich for the big game. And for dessert, I made football shaped desserts. They are easy to pick up and put on plate!

  5. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    My best tip is to have a ton of food. Can’t go wrong!

  6. Cathy Robinson says:

    Keep it simple and healthy!

  7. Linda F. says:

    My best tip is to have something for everyone. Some people may want to eat a bit healthier or are vegetarian and others may want more traditional game day snacks and food.

  8. Margot C says:

    Oh I am lazy, I make a big slow cooker of Texas Chili (which granted is very very good) and pretty much let the animals graze at will.

  9. Joan Kubes says:

    My tip is to make about double the food you think you’ll need.

    • Sounds like you’ve done this a time or two, Joan! Good advice – there’s nothing worse than having hungry guests who only got a taste of the good eats. 🙂

  10. Leigh Anne Borders says:

    Prepare as much as you can beforehand so the day of is not so overwhelming. Be sure to provide a variety of food items to please everyone.

    • I agree Leigh Anne – trying to prepare things the day of often makes me super-stressed, and feels a little chaotic, too.

  11. nicole dz says:

    My best tips for throwing a game-day party use an online invitation site to invite your guests!

  12. Elle P. says:

    My best tip is to have people bring food with them so you don’t have to be responsible for providing everything!

  13. Julie Wood says:

    I like to have finger food like mozzarella sticks and potstickers and chicken wings.

  14. Joan Kubes says:

    Look online for great recipes!

  15. Kelly D says:

    My tip is to put out drink dispensers so everyone can help themselves.

    • Some ideas are so simple, yet brilliant – I wonder why I hadn’t thought about that! Drink dispensers are a great idea – punch bowl-type drinks are also good. 🙂

  16. shelly peterson says:

    Having lots of food is obviously a winner for a great party. Masking it potluck makes it easier on the host.

  17. Margot C says:

    Make sure that you have lots of nice cold drinks, not just beer – not everyone wants that and your guests have to drive home!

  18. Julie Wood says:

    Another wonderful idea is to make Nachos! They are so easy, just put chips on plate, top with cheese, sour cream salsa, refried beans and salsa! Everyone can help make this dish!

  19. Denise L says:

    My tip is to stick with small plate types of food – dips, wings. People like to graze during the game.

  20. nicole dz says:

    My best tips for throwing a game-day party is use coupons when buying snacks to save money, and check ads before heading out to see who has the best prices.

  21. shelly peterson says:

    Build your own sandwiches is an easy and great idea.

  22. nicole dz says:

    My best tips for throwing a game-day party is of course shop wholesale clubs and get crafty for décor.

  23. Julie Wood says:

    Use the Slow Cooker to make Chili to feed a crowd. Everyone can get their own bowl and fill up and add cornbread and other appetizers. Cooking in the Crockpot is an easy way to make Super Bowl food.

  24. Joan Kubes says:

    You can use paper plates and cups in your teams colors.

  25. Margot C says:

    Always make sure to have enough paper cups and plates.

  26. Margot C says:

    Alway have a special play area for little people with some nourishing food as well as treats

  27. nicole dz says:

    Make your own decorations or use items from around the house and incorporate them into the décor.

  28. Julie Wood says:

    Have a pizza party! Have different pizzas and serve! Everyone likes pizza!

  29. Denise L says:

    Make as much food as you can ahead of time. Then you can spend the day of the party straightening the house, and not stressing out!

  30. Joan Kubes says:

    Have a cooler of non alcohol drinks and sodas for the kids.

  31. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    Have some fun games for the kids to play if they are getting bored

  32. Birdiebee says:

    I have all of the guests bring their favorite dish to share with the rest of the game day parties. This always works out really well.

  33. nicole dz says:

    Have Some football related crafts for the little ones, and some kid friendly snacks.

  34. shelly peterson says:

    use paper plates and plastic silverware and cups to make it easier to clean up.

  35. Julie Wood says:

    I like to have a hot dog bar. Set it up with all the toppings and have the hot dogs ready and have everyone put on what they like on their hot dogs!

  36. Denise L says:

    My tip is to stock up on paper plates and plasticware when it’s on sale. It’s nice to get it cheap and to have it on hand. One less thing you have to worry about when it’s time for a party.

  37. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    buy premade food like brownies at the supermarket

  38. Joan Kubes says:

    Do as much as you can to get ready the day before.

  39. shelly peterson says:

    prepare as much as possible the day before.

  40. Julie Wood says:

    Make sure and get enough drinks for every one and keep the cold drinks cold and have coffee on hand!

  41. Margot C says:

    Have guests bring stuff too. People like to help out and contribute more than you might think.

  42. Natalie says:

    Always have two crock pots!

  43. Margot C says:

    For myself I always like to have ice cream, I need the extra sugar to keep going!

  44. shelly peterson says:

    Keep things simple.

  45. Julie Wood says:

    A good way to save money on Game day is to get all of your Paper products at the Dollar Store. That really saves a lot of money!

  46. nicole dz says:

    My tip is tell guests to bring a dessert item, a snack, a drink, or a dish to the party.

  47. Lauren says:

    Have finger foods and plenty of napkins!

  48. Margot C says:

    My tip, leave the cleaning for the next day.

  49. shelly peterson says:

    make sure you have plenty of drinks and a good variety especially if you are having kids, plus not every one drinks alcohol.

  50. Julie Wood says:

    One tip is to prepare most of the food before the big day so you are not spending the whole day cooking and not getting to watch the game!

  51. Denise L says:

    Have kid’s games ready for all the littles that attend your party. Most of them won’t be too into the Super Bowl.

  52. Joan Kubes says:

    Do all the house cleaning the day before so you’re not rushing game day.

  53. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    have plenty of ice on hand

  54. Deborah G says:

    My game day tip is to have lots of food and drinks ready in the fridge that morning so you don’t have to go to the store!

  55. steve weber says:

    Prep the night before.. have people bring stuff.. make sure you have lots of cocktails..

  56. Margot C says:

    I also create another trash from a cardboard box lined with a garbage bag (or two!) for all of the paper plates and rubbish.

  57. shelly peterson says:

    Have one main food like a taco bar and then a few snacks to go along with it.

  58. Julie Wood says:

    I like having a Potluck dinner where all the guest bring a dish that they like and we all share! It takes away from one person paying for the whole Super Bowl dinner!

  59. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    Make sure to check with people if they have allergies before planning

  60. nicole dz says:

    I like to use the dollar tree for party supplies like decorations, plates, silverware, and cups. Saves money.

  61. Margot C says:

    Last tip, think about how much dessert and how many sweets you think 20 or so grown-ups will (or should) be hungry for, then double it. I don’t know what it is about sports, but everyone throws caution to the wind and eats cake I find and cleans out the candy bowls.

  62. shelly peterson says:

    Don’t stress too much over all the food to prepare, Have Fun!!!!

  63. Julie Wood says:

    Make sure to have enough drinks on hand so people do not run out of them. I always have a lot of different drinks for everyone!

  64. Amanda Sakovitz says:

    Have themed decorations!

  65. Birdiebee says:

    What works best for our game day parties, I have everyone bring their favorite dish to the party to share with the other guests. This works well and takes a lot of burden off of me. In addition, the guests also bring a kids favorite dish to share.

  66. Do as much prep as you can the night before!

  67. shelly peterson says:

    Have your party catered that way you can enjoy the game and have no stress.

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