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Sunday, June 30, 2013

Plan The Perfect Book Party!

Step One: Show Catalog & Flyer Show the catalog & flyer to everyone you can. Let me know if you
want to set-up an online link. Then, Invite people to visit your TupperConnect party online and watch your sales GROW! ** Must collect at least $150 in book orders to combine with online sales** Don’t forget the following people!
* Friends
* Relatives
* Neighbors
* Co-workers – current & former
* Church & Social Contacts
* School Friends
* Contacts thru Children
* Spouse/Roommate Co-workers
* Places you do business
* People who are interested in fundraisers

Step Two: Collect Orders! Think of your spouse/roommate’s co-workers, church members and guests unable to attend. Remember out of town family and friends. Tupperware is so fun and functional – ask everyone, you’ll be surprised how easy it is!

Step Three: Remind Everyone! Reminder Calls – Don’t miss out on sales because people forgot when they were due!! Give a courtesy call reminding them to turn them in!

Step Four: Make Your Wish List! How much Tupperware do you want FREE? How many items at Half Price? Are you interested in Host Specials? Start making your Wish List.

Tupperware uses Host Credits as a way for you to purchase FREE items!
Party Sales      Host Credits Earned and  ½ off Items
$1,000 or more        20%                             3
$450 - $999             15%                             2
$250 - $449             10%                             1
$150 -249 Thank You Gift *also added to all levels above too!
**When you get 2 Datings from parties $450 or higher you Earn EXCLUSIVE Host Gifts & Bonuses!** As a host, you can earn Host Credits based on your party sales and parties dated. Host credits can be used to purchase the EXCLUSIVE Host Gifts or as money for FREE Tupperware! One Host Credit = $1. The higher your party sales and number of datings from your party the more ‘FREEBIES’ I can give you! Encourage your friends and family to bring the fun of Tupperware to their homes by dating a party. This helps earn more FREEBIES for you and for Them! **Host Credits CANNOT be applied to ½ price items or Sale Items. Must be selected from Main catalog excluding fundraiser items**

Now that you know how easy it is.. call me to get your book party started today!
Best Opportunity is Joining my Team and making $$$

20 Ways to use the Freezer Mates Fresh & Pure & Ice Tray


An ice cube tray is great for making miniature desserts, storing things like herbs or stock or easy use later on, and making unique ice cubes for cold drinks. Consider buying Freezer Mates Fresh & Pure & Ice Tray they make it easier to remove things when frozen. Once whatever you're making is frozen, you can transfer the cubes to a FreezerMate for storage in the freezer. Here are some things to try:

1. Make chocolate-covered cheesecake bites.
Great for portion control. Vegan and non-vegan recipes here.


2. Freeze your herbs in olive oil so they don’t go to waste.
Hard herbs like oregano, sage, thyme and rosemary work best for this. You want to pack the ice cube trays with herbs and olive oil. Find more information on when to use these herbs here.

3. Make coffee ice cubes for your iced coffee. No more watered-down iced coffee!

4. Make chocolate-covered strawberries.For the one you love or just for yourself. Directions here.

5.
 Freeze baby food for future use.
Buying baby food can be expensive. Make your own, freeze it, and then thaw it out when you’re ready to use it. More information here.

6. Freeze spaghetti sauces and more.

7. Make thick smoothies out of frozen yogurt and bananas.
Freeze Greek yogurt and bananas in ice cube trays to make your smoothies super creamy AND healthy.
8. Make jello shots.Try these Blueberry Martini Jello Shots made in an ice cube tray.

9. Freeze buttermilk/ heavy cream for future use.Never again let half a container of buttermilk go to waste (it will last up to three months frozen). Just be sure to measure out how many tablespoons of buttermilk there are in each ice cube. When you're ready to use in a recipe, just thaw and add.

10. Make delicious slushies that won't taste watered-down.Freezing and blending cubes of juice means more flavor and less hassle. Try this sweet wine slushie made with wine ice cubes.

11. Make your own peanut butter cups.

12. Make mini popsicles for a small treat.
Try these strawberry banana ones.

13. Make ice cubes with leftover wine.

14. Make chocolate ice cubes and add them to vanilla milk.

15. Freeze homemade pesto for future use.

16. Make hot chocolate on a stick.

17. Freeze greens to add to smoothies.

18. Freeze fruit juice and add it to seltzer water.

19. Use your ice cube tray to portion out homemade cookie dough.
Next time you make cookies, bake half of them and put the rest into an ice cube tray to freeze. Then when you want something sweet, you can just take one cookie out and bake it.

20. Freeze homemade chicken and vegetable stock for future use.


Ice Cube Tray Chocolate Covered Cheesecakes

Makes 14 Cheesecake Bites

What you will need:

Non-Vegan Cheesecake Ingredients:
  • 1/4 Cup Non-Fat Plain Greek Yogurt
  • 1/4 Cup Light Cream Cheese
  • 4 Packets Stevia (If you don’t mind the sugar substitute 2-3 Tbsp Agave, Honey or Maple Syrup)
  • 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
OR
Vegan Cheesecake Ingredients:
  • 1 Cup Pre-Soaked Cashews (I soak mine overnight)
  • 2 Tbsp Coconut Oil
  • 2 Tbsp Agave Nectar (Maple Syrup or Honey)
  • 1/2 Tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1/2 Tsp Lemon Juice
Chocolate Coating Ingredients:
  • 1 Cup Virgin Coconut Oil
  • 1/2 Cup Natural Cocoa
  • 6-8 Packets of Powdered Stevia (If you don’t mind the sugar substitute 1/4 cup pure Maple Syrup, Honey or Agave).
What you will need to do:
  1. Blend Cheesecake ingredients until smooth in your food processor and set aside.
  2. In a separate food processor bowl blend Chocolate Coating ingredients until smooth.
  3. Spray a pre-chilled, clean ice cube tray with a healthy oil.
  4. Using a spoon pour the chocolate into each ice cube mold.
  5. Coat the bottom and the sides of each ice cube mold using your spoon.
  6. Tip – I picked up the ice cube tray and kind of tilted it around to make sure all the angles were covered. Make sure the molds are completely coated.
  7. Fill each ice cube mold with cheesecake filling.
  8. Top with a layer of chocolate coating.
  9. Place in the freezer for 2-3 hours.
  10. Remove from freezer and set on the counter for a minute or two.
  11. Gently twisting the ice cube tray, as you would to remove ice cubes, remove each cheesecake bite and place on a plate.
  12. Enjoy!

For more recipes come on over to Simple & Scrumptious in the Kitchen

Saturday, June 22, 2013

It's Berry Season!


Berries are delicious, but they're also kind of delicate.  Raspberries in particular seem like they can mold before you even get them home from the market. There's nothing more tragic than paying $4 for a pint of local raspberries, only to find that fuzzy hold growing on their insides. Well, with fresh berries just starting to hit farmers markets, I can tell you how to keep them fresh!

How to prevent them from getting moldy in the first place:

  1. Wash them with vinegar. When you get your berries home, prepare a mixture of one part vinegar (white or apple cider vinegar works best) to ten parts water.  Dump the berries into the mixture and swirl around.  Drain, rinse if you want (though the mixture is so diluted you can't taste the vinegar)
  2. Store in Tupperware's FridgeSmart Containers with both vents closed. The vinegar kills any mold spores and other bacteria that might be on the surface of the fruit, and voila!  

Raspberries will last a week or more, and strawberry go almost two weeks without getting moldy and soft. So go forth and stock up on those pricey little gems, knowing they'll stay fresh as long as it takes you to eat them.

You're so berry welcome!

Order your FridgeSmart® Containers today
Keep fruits and vegetables fresh longer
From $15.00

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

100 Uses for a Tupperware® Midget™

1. Shampoo
2. Pacifier holder
3. Thong holder
4. Salad dressing
5. Mayo
6. Ketchup
7. Mustard
8. Medicine
9. Peanut Butter
10. Sour Cream
11. Horseradish
12. Rings
13. Knee highs
14. Tooth picks
15. Berries for a lunchbox
16. Cotton balls
17. Lotion
18. Use to measure
19. Lead for pencils
20. Batteries
21. Jelly
22. Juice for baby
23. Stickers
24. Small pictures
25. Un-popped popcorn
26. Stamps
27. Staples
28. Ink for an ink pen
29. Condiments
30. Cheese for salads
31. Money (change)
32. Sunscreen
33. Sprinkles for cookies
34. Use as a vase for flowers your kids bring you
35. Snacks for kids
36. For science experiments-use to measure volume
37. large/small paper clips
38. chalk
39. Toy for sandbox
40. Use to mix drinks (i.e. a shot glass)
41. Use for Math and the metric system
42. Push pins
43. Magnets for the chalk board
44. Use to figure pit the water table
45. Hold sewing needles
46. Hold taco seasoning
47. Herbs
48. Hold sewing machine needles
49. Hold mini screw drivers
50. Hold emery tape
51. Address labels
52. Diaper rash cream
53. Quarters for lunch or tolls
54. Thumb tacks
55. Take seasoning on a picnic
56. Lip-balm holder when lipstick breaks
57. Perfume case
58. Glasses screws
59. Beads
60. Jewelry
61. Pantyhose
62. Earring backs
63. Magnets
64. Pills
65. Hair bows for babies
66. Mints
67. Oil and vinegar for Picnic salad
68. Sunflower seeds for a ball game
69. Raisins to go
70. Nails
71. Screws
72. Bobby Pins
73. Washers
74. Rubber bands
75. Use for water to paint with water colors
76. Vaseline
77. Ink Pen tips
78. Eraser refills
79. Breadcrumbs
80. Mini chocolate chips
81. Baking Soda
82. Pepper Corns
83. Use as prep tools for baking
84. Candy
85. Hooks and eyes for sewing
86. Snaps
87. Buttons
88. Tiny sea shells from the shore
89. Braces rubber bands
90. Sugar for camping trip
91. Instant Coffee
92. Powder Fiber
93. Sesame Seeds
94. Powdered Creamer
95. Computer parts i.e. Jumpers
96. Nuts
97. Confetti for cards
98. Make-up brushes from original case
99. “Box tops for Education” for schools
100.Post It Tabs
And many more….. Order yours today!