Free Food Fridays: Win Tree Top Apple Cider and Apple Juice! – ENDED

Tree Top uses 100% USA apples in their terrific juices and ciders. Keep reading to learn how to win and for the terrific punch (for kids!) and hot apple recipes (for parents!) from Tree Top!

Tree Top has a lot of history! Their name was chosen after founder Bill Charbonneau held a contest among employees at his apple processing plant. The company makes delicious juices and ciders but also makes fruit snacks and applesauce! Take a look at their excellent drink recipes for the Halloween holiday weekend!

For the kids: Tree Top Rotten Apple Punch, a fun and festive way to prepare them for a night of collecting goodies!

•    Apple cider (at least one gallon)
•    Five 1/2-cup containers
•    Red and green food coloring
•    10 to 15 gummy worms
•    Punch bowl (or cauldron!)

1.    Pour apple cider into five small dishes, stopping about 1/2 inch from the top. Add 2 drops of red and 1 drop of green food coloring to each dish and stir until the colors have blended.
2.    Hang 2 or 3 gummy worms around the edge of each dish and place the dishes in the freezer. If you use more than 3 worms, the rotten apples won’t float as well. Freeze until the rotten apples are solid.
3.    Just before serving, slip the frozen wormy apples out of the dishes by setting them briefly in a few inches of warm water in your sink.
4.    Float the rotten apples in a large punch bowl filled with cider. For added creepiness, drape the gummy worms over the edges of your serving bowl. Consider adding dry ice for a fun, smoky effect.

For mom and dad: Try the Hot Apple Snickerdoodle! This easy-to-make treat uses minimal ingredients and is the perfect way to warm up those cool fall nights.

•    ½ cup Tree Top Spiced Apple Cider
•    1 oz Spiced or Golden Rum (airplane bottle size works well)
•    Cinnamon stick for garnish

Simply warm Tree Top Spiced Apple Cider in the microwave or on the stove top.  Add one ounce spiced or golden rum and garnish with a cinnamon stick.

The Prize: Four (4) lucky winners will win one (1) bottle of apple cider or apple juice.

Timeline: This giveaway will run until November 3rd, 2011 at 11:59pm CDT.  A winner will be chosen at random and contacted via email on Friday, November 4th.

How to Enter:

Mandatory Entry: Leave a comment on this post telling us what memories you have of apple juice. Have you recently been apple-picking? Did you drink it a lot as a child? Do you have a funny story about apple juice? Let us know!

Optional Additional Entries (leave separate comments for each one telling us that you’ve done them):

1. “Like” Recipe4Living on Facebook.

2. Follow Recipe4Living on Twitter.

3. “Like” Tree Top on Facebook.

4. Post about this giveaway on Facebook or Twitter, linking back to this page.

Best of luck from us at Chew on That!

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  • Marilyn Wons

    I use to live near an apple orchard. It was the most fun to pick apples in the fall. I miss those days!

  • ron bartlett

    there wre 13 of us kids. we coulndt wait for fall. we drank lots of apple cider and ate lots of pumpin&apple pie

  • ron bartlett

    luv aplle juice and apple cider

  • Shannon Baas

    We had an apple tree when I was young so we ate a lot of apples.

  • Jenn M.

    Don’t have memories of it when I was young, but love cider and juice as an adult. I did participate in an apple butter stir off if that counts. :0)

  • Rosanne Morrison

    I don’t even recall drinking apple juice as a child. The only place I pick apples is the grocery store but love the apple orchard for their apple cider donuts!

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  • Kyl Neusch

    went apple picking a few weeks ago

  • Valerie Taylor Mabrey

    I remember going to an old friend of my dad’s house and watching him press cider. It fascinated me to think that apples turned so liquid.
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  • Tia

    My memories are of going to the Cider Mill with my grandpa and watching them make the cider.

  • Sarah

    I love apple season! :DDDD

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    My Mom & Grandma Rose were always good bakers & pie makers. So I enjoyed apple juice & pie growing up. Now my 5 & 8 yr old love apples or apple juice for a snack. We all pick apples from my in-laws apple tree. My mother-in-law makes apple butter. My husband makes apples pies with our kids.

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    I still like Recipe4Living.

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    I like Treetop on FB.

  • http://recipes4living Annette

    I posted about this contest on my FB page, including this link.

  • ferriz

    i remember apple juice with breakfast every day at my grandparents place during the summer. reminds me of them.

  • melissa Resnick

    I loved apple juice as a kid

  • Emma Peel

    I never drank it as a child, my mother never bought it, went apple picking some years back and got like 3 big brown paper bags of apples to make pies

  • Diane Baum

    We were just apple picking last Sunday. I don’t remember drinking apple juice much as a child, but my sons lived on it!

  • Susan Smith

    I didn’t drink apple juice much as a child but I enjoy it now as an adult.

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  • Rosemarie

    My funny story about apple juice is that when I was a camp counselor many, many years ago, for handicapped children, one of the two children I was responsible for was so excited when he saw that he was getting apple juice with lunch that he ran to the refrigerator and somehow managed to get it off the top of the refrigerator, and started pouring it in his mouth. Needless to say, he got it all over himself! (But it was cute at the time!)

  • Donna K

    I remember drinking it.

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  • Angela S

    I drink lots of water due to my diet and meds. and i go through 6 bottles of water a day at work. I normally get it out of the water fountain at my job and it taste of clorine. This would be better and healthier for me. have always wanted to get one but didnt know if they really worked.

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