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OXO...Not the Old Fashioned Egg Beater Anymore Giveaway

I remember as a child playing with my Grandma's egg beater, which she used all the time, but as an adult finding them bulky and hard to clean.  With the OXO Good Grips Egg Beater this is no longer an issue.  I found it simple, easy to clean and fun to use. 
I used it to whip up eggs whites to brush on some homemade bread!
My daughter made some pudding with it and said, "It was so cool!"
Features and Benefits of the  OXO Good Grips Egg Beater:
*Has smoothly rotating gears that are enclosed for protection and easy clean up.
*Soft comfortable, non slip grips on turning knob and contoured handle.
*Sturdy stainless steel beaters can be removed with one push for easy cleaning.
*Beaters are elevated and continue to work while the device rests on the bottom of the bowl.
*Perfect for eggs, light batters, whipped cream and more.
*Base detaches from top and is dishwasher safe.


Trust me it is an awesome kitchen tool!!
Now for the great news: OXO has given me a Good Grips Egg Beater to giveaway to one of my readers!!
To Enter be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and tell me what you like best about this egg beater!
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on January 10, 2012!
Good Luck!!
I received the products free of charge from OXO. All opinions are my own.

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  1. I like that it has double beaters and I follow this blog.

    terrylee5151 at aol dot com

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  2. I think that egg beater would be a neat thing to have. Much easier than pulling out the hand mixer or having to work harder using the hand whip!

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  3. My mom has one of those and I love it! It's so much easier and convenient! :]

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  4. I "liked" One Crazy Cookie on FB!

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  5. I remember my mother having an egg beater like the old fashioned one years and years and years ago! Looks like a great updated version!

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  6. Wow! That looks great. I'd love to win that. So here's my entry. I'm not on Facebook, so I won't be able to get that extra entry. Hopefully, my one entry will be enough. lol

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  7. What a great item! I remember my mother having one. I haven't seen this item in the stores. I would love it for whipping up my eggs! Perfect gadget for my kitchen:)

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  8. i love that it is dishwasher safe =) it's also nice to just use something small and quick to put together without cords getting in the way.

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  9. How cool is this?!?! I used to love using my Mom's and in fact, she still uses it to make whipping cream. This would be perfect! I would use it for whipping cream or pudding! =o)

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  10. And, of course I like you on FB! =o)

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  11. I like that it is not broken, like my egg beater is!!!

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  12. I think the whole thing looks awesome!!

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  13. GFC Follower. I like that the base detaches.

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  14. This looks awesome! I could so use this, thanks!

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  15. Glad I found you on facebook! I "like" you! Love this beater and how easy to clean it would be!

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  16. This looks great! My old one is done, this would be wonderful to have.

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  17. I like that it looks easy to use and since i don't own an egg beater i like it even more!

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  18. I like the egg beater because it looks like it would be easier than whipping by "hand" power.

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  19. Looks easy and more efficient. Plus, it's a kitchen gadget.... I love kitchen gadgets! Lol!

    ubrewme@yahoo.com

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  20. Facebook follower: Lagean Ellis

    Nice to meet you!

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  21. base detaches from botton and has double beaters
    thanks
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  22. like u on fb Julie A Scott Laws
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  23. I like that the base detaches from top and is dishwasher safe- make it so much easier to clean.
    I follow you on GFC(kellyr78)
    KellywcuATyahooDOTcom

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  24. I like One Crazy Cookie on Facebook.(Kelly D Saver)
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  25. I'm a follower...I love that it's easy to clean!

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