Giveaway: Progresso Broth

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It seems that I’ve been in the kitchen a lot more than usual. Perhaps you have, too, now that “the holidays” have officially begun. This is my first holiday to have a stockpile in my pantry, so I’ve had the opportunity to try new things in my holiday cooking. One new product that I recently tried was Progresso Broth. It was quite good in the gravy I made last week.

Prepared broth is so handy. I use it in Mexican rice, rice pilaf, gravy, chicken pot pie, soups and stews. I’ll also be using it in the tamales I make later this week.

Yes, I often make stock from scratch, but opening a can or box can be so much easier than waiting for my frozen tubs to thaw. You can make use of this great coupon for savings on your next purchase of Progresso Broth. Lately, it’s been on sale in a number of my local stores, making it a great item to stockpile. I say you can never have too much broth in the cupboard.

And so I am very pleased to offer a Progresso giveaway this week.

According to their spokespeople,

Progresso is making it easier to create your favorite holiday recipes with the introduction of all-natural Progresso Chicken, Reduced Sodium Chicken and Beef-flavored broths. Progresso’s broths are 99% fat free and contain no preservatives, artificial flavors, or MSG*! They even come in convenient, re-sealable 32oz cartons.

I have three gift baskets, similar to the one pictured, to give away. Each one includes a free coupon for Progresso Broth, a recipe card holder, recipe box and wicker basket, as well as a set of serving spoons and a spoon rest. Very cool, indeed. And very timely as well.

For a chance to win, simply share in the comments section your favorite use for broth. Contest is open until 10 pm PST on Saturday, December 6. Winners will be announced Monday morning.

(And if you win, please contact me within 48 hours or I will have to choose a new winner. I have a hard enough time finding my kids’ shoes, so I can’t go hunting for you, too.)

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  1. michellenotdawn says:

    I love cooking my mashed potatoes in chicken broth, and then using the reserved liquid to mash them. Add a little cream cheese, and you have potatoes so tasty you hardly need butter. Skinny mashed potatoes!

  2. I use chicken broth to make my broccoli cheese soup. I just puree the steamed broccoli in chicken broth. Heat it up and add the shredded cheese. Yummy!

  3. I use broth in my mashed potatoes and rice. Recently, I’ve loved using leftover chicken broth to make homemade chicken noodle soup.

  4. We mostly use it in soups. It makes everything taste better. I also use it in rice.

  5. Innocent Observer says:

    My favorite thing to use beef broth for is to take a mess of onions and make French onion soup. Mmmmm.

  6. gerolami19 says:

    I love using chicking broth in my chicken pot pie recipe.

  7. The Things We Do says:

    Count me in, Fishmama! I love to use it for a lot of things like you listed but I think my favorite is for a soup starter when I’m in a hurry. I add water to it and I’m ready to start throwing stuff in my soup pot. =0)

  8. I use stock instead of water in rice mixes and mashed potatoes (boil the potatoes with stock and then smash with butter and cream). My favorite use is the mashed potatoes though. Great blog, I love reading your posts and find them very inspirational! 🙂 Regina

  9. Making risotto!

  10. Jeremy and Michele says:

    I use broth in my black bean soup, which comes together in ten minutes from start to finish.

  11. Briana Almengor says:

    I mostly use my chicken broth in soups. My sister just told me she used it in the brussel sprouts she made for T-giving and I would love to try that myself. They were super yummy.

  12. Mrs. Querido says:

    I use broth to make really yummy rice! My mom taught me to use chicken bouillon to add some flavor, but sometimes broth is just easier!

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  13. JessieLeigh says:

    I think I use the most broth making Hot & Sour Peanut Noodles simply because that's a fave of the whole fam. I must confess I usually use bouillon (because I don't like the fattiness of my own stock and it's cheaper than broth :))…


  14. I love it for a soup base, especially with crushed tomatoes for a veggie soup base! Also for rice and in my stuffing recipe!

  15. phoward336 says:

    Mostly for a soup base – it’s so easy to throw together a quick dinner when you start with some chicken broth!

  16. I use Progresso beef broth in my Pasta Fagioli…yum!

  17. We use it in soups, of course, but i also like to use it to make cous cous, quinoa, and rice. it adds a little flavor to other wise bland sides.

  18. My favorite use for chicken broth is in making spanish rice to go with enchiladas! We also use it to make Mary Hunt’s “Sensational Rice” recipe.

  19. I mainly use broth or stock for rice and also stuffing.

  20. I substitute broth for water when I make rice in my steamer/rice maker. It makes it much more flavorful & enjoyable!

  21. Mistress Meeyee says:

    I use it for dressing and I use it in my homemade soups!!!Hope to win! Thanks!

  22. Soup is the way to go. I have a yummy soup going right now in the crockpot with chicken broth as the base. It smells so good!

  23. Tara aka "Mama Koala" says:

    I love it in Chicken and Rice soup–yum!

  24. sheila howe says:

    I use it in soups too and when cooking rice. What a nice giveaway.

  25. I love to use broth in soups. We love soups at our house.

  26. I love using this type of rich broth to add chicken and veggies and noodles/rice to for a quick soup.


  27. laustin1212 says:

    I have started to use broths in almost any dinner that I make that calls for water. The lastest was peanut butter chicken macaroni yummy.

  28. I know use it in my beef stew. I just use to add water and seasoning and now I use broth and seasoning.


  29. there are so many uses..i think the most recent is a chicken pot pie i made. thanks for the contest! melissa

    melissaplatt1(at)gmail (dot) com

  30. I use Chicken or Beef broth to make soups and stews.

    Thank you!

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

  31. simplegirl says:

    I loved the broth when I made Butternut Squash Soup last week! Yummy!

    Thanks for the contest!

  32. Definitely in soup. We used some recently in chicken noodle soup I made with leftover turkey meat. It was so good! I’m thankful to read all the other ideas for how to use it. Thanks for the giveaway!

  33. I use broth in my mashed potatoes. Yummy! Thanks for the giveaway!

  34. Thrifty and Chic Mom says:

    I love using broth in just about everything, My most recent use of Progreso broth ( got a great deal at Meijer) was for chipotle chicken, anduille soup, very yummy!

  35. silverhartgirl says:

    i love making brown rice with Progreso chicken broth instead of water. mmm so good.

  36. I like to use it as a base for soup. I just made a fantastic Black Bean, Chicken and Salsa soup (from A Year of Crockpotting!) that I couldn’t have made without it.

  37. I use Progresso broths all the time-it’s a regular staple for me. My favorite (as well as my family’s favorite!) use is as a base for homemade Turkey noodle soup (which we will be havingthis week!)

  38. I love to use chicken broth when making brown rice in the oven. It seems to give it a great flavor.

  39. Count me in! 🙂

    My favorite way to use broth is in my homemade soups. I still can’t bring myself to cooking my turkey or chicken carass to make broth so I rely on the canned broth. 🙂

  40. soup of course

  41. I love adding broth to homemade soups in the winter time. 🙂 So yummy!!

  42. I love making homemade soup with vegetable stock. I have been making my own soups for about 6 months now, and I can’t go back. I bought some canned soup for work and it didn’t taste right.

  43. piece of me says:

    I put it in my stuffing gravy. Yummy!
    livlifelov at yahoo dot com

  44. I love the make chicken soup with rice. Perhaps that’s not a very inventive way to use broth, but it works for me!

    urchiken at gmail dot com

  45. I love to use broth to make a cream soup substitute for casseroles and gravies for putting on top rice and mashed potatoes! Thanks!

  46. Just tonight I made sauce for turkey enchiladas using chicken broth. Yum!

  47. Almost any savory dish I make that calls for water, I substitute with broth for more flavor. Favorite would probably be stuffing.


  48. I love to use this to make our gravy!
    Rachel K

  49. Chicago Saver says:

    I love to use it to start homemade soups. I have some recipes from my grandma and the broth works great as a starter. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  50. starter for homemade soup if i don’t have homemade stock onhand!

  51. mommy2davin says:

    I use broth for so many things.
    My current fav is using beef broth to make a poblano peppr gravy to go with grilled steak.
    It’s so yummy!
    Thanks for hosting this giveaway.

  52. My favorite use for broth is when I make chicken burritos. It makes the chicken so tender.

  53. I add broth to my mashed potatoes! Yum.

  54. I feel like I use broth every night, but one favorite is to add it to roast in the slow cooker.
    Thanks for the giveaway and Merry Christmas!

  55. I just used broth to make crock pot stuffing.

  56. debbielynne says:

    Chicken and Dumplings

  57. I like to make my lentil soup with chicken broth.

  58. Jinxy and Me says:

    I like to cook rice with broth instead of half the water and then use the rice for fried rice. Yum!

  59. I have a few boxes of this in my pantry, and it’s great! My favorite thing that I’ve made with the Progresso Chicken Broth so far is pumpkin stuffing. (I even posted the recipe for it on my blog:

    This would be so great to win, not only because I love the product, because I need new serving spoons, so this would just be great!!

    Thanks so much!

    supercoupongirl AT

  60. Elliott family says:

    I like to make chicken and dumplings! (Rolled dumplings, not drop!) I can always use some new serving spoons stuff – sounds good!!

    sarah_e04 at yahoo dot com

  61. SavingSomeGreen says:

    Thanks for the giveaway! I love to use broth in soup – I use it to add flavor my potato cheese soup and my broccoli cheddar chowder.


    savingsomegreen @ gmail dot com

  62. MrsAdams06 says:

    My favorite dish to use broth with is my chicken tortilla soup.

  63. My favorite use for broth is to use it when cooking beans instead of water. It makes it much more flavorful. catonine at gmail dot com

  64. I like to use it in rice for a bit o’ flavor

  65. Wow, I can see from the other comments that I need to make use of my broth! I actually use it most to make a homemade cream of chicken soup.

  66. My favorite use is to cook cabbage in it. It’s so yummy!

  67. We use it to make gravy.
    Thanks, wiss329 at

  68. My favorite use for Progresso broth is in my stuffing. It makes it so much more flavorful than just using water.

  69. I love to use broth to make a flavorful gravy any time I want. No need to wait for when you are cooking a whole chicken/turkey or a roast, a quick, yummy gravy is just a box of broth and a roux away!

  70. Love broth! Like to use it to brown meat and chicken then add that to stirfry veggies over rice. Sometimes like to cook the rice in broth instead of water too.

  71. We use broth quite a bit, too–especially in soup. We had some today in some chili my hubby made! 🙂

  72. I love using broth to make my chicken curry.

  73. At least once a week, I make a huge pot of vegetable soup using whatever vegetables and leftovers I happen to have on hand. I start with reduced-sodium chicken, vegetable, or beef broth.

    Great giveaway. Thanks!

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