Cuisinart for Keurig Single Cup Coffee Maker Giveaway

I recently received this Cuisinart Single-Cup Home Brewing System Designed for Keurig K-Cup Beverages

Keurig has partnered with Cuisinart, one of the most trusted names in culinary appliances, to create a high-quality single-cup brewer for your kitchen.

Keurig single-cup brewing takes all the guesswork out of making a great cup of coffee. Each individually sealed K-Cup portion pack contains the perfect amount of coffee ensuring the perfect amount of ground coffee to satisfy every taste profile. This superior K-Cup technology offers the perfect cup of coffee without the mess of grinding coffee beans and loading grounds into coffee filters.

The Keurig brewing system offers coffee house quality for just a fraction of the cost and with the convenience of brewing instantly in your own kitchen.

This Brewer offers the full spectrum of features including:

Quiet-Brew Technology

Brews in under a minute

Auto On/Off

Digital clock with LCD display

Adjustable temperature control

Five brew sizes: 4, 6, 8, 10, or 12 ounces

Rinse and clean button to instantly clean inside of the brew chamber

An industrial design with a striking matte silver finish

Hot water dispenser button for soup and other uses

The 80 ounce water reservoir holds up to 13 cups before refilling

This brewer also includes a Water Filter Starter Kit, reusable My K-Cup, and 12 count K-Cup variety pack to get started

Removable drip tray allows for easy cleaning and the use of travel mugs

I love coffee and this machine has been great for those times where I need my morning java in a hurry and in 60 seconds I have coffee in hand. It’s also been nice for afternoon pick-me-ups when I need one cup, not a whole pot, of coffee. And it makes car-trip coffee a breeze.

One of my favorite coffee drinks, especially this time of year, is a Pumpkin Spice Latte (vegan, GF) – Brewing one cup of coffee in one minute in the machine, and adding the pumpkin milk mixture to the coffee is easy for an at-home pumpkin spice latte in minutes

I also love Vanilla Iced Coffee

I have a Coffee Reviews Post about my favorite kinds of coffee

And a Favorite Coffee Creamers post

I always add coffee to chocolate-based desserts because it brings out and enhances the chocolate flavor, but doesn’t actually make the dessert taste like coffee. You won’t end up with ‘coffee cake’ in the literal sense, not to worry.

These Fudgy Nutella Brownies with Cream Cheese Frosting are richer and more decadent with just a splash of coffee added to the one-bowl, easy and fast batter. It’s the brownie base recipe that all my other brownie creations are derived from. I never cheat on this recipe because it produces the best, fudgiest, and densest brownies for those who love a really fudgy and not cakey brownie

Chocolate Cake with Chocolate Ganache – Made with one-bowl and a whisk, no mixer required. This is my go-to chocolate cake recipe and the cake is very chocolaty and has the springy and spongy nature of a cake-mix cake, but is made from scratch in minutes. Coffee plays a critical role in flavoring the batter and intensifying and enhancing the chocolate flavor

If you’d like to enter to win your own Cuisinart Single-Cup Home Brewing System Designed for Keurig K-Cup Beverages comment below to enter the giveaway:

1. Describe your perfect cup of coffee or favorite specialty coffee drink? (links welcome)


What’s your favorite brand or type of coffee, coffee creamer, coffee maker, or recipe using coffee? (recipe or product links welcome)

2. For a second entry, Twitter Follow @AverieCooks and and then tweet the following:

Win a Cuisinart for Keurig Single Cup Coffee Maker in the @AverieCooks @BigKitchenStore Giveaway

3. For extra entries and you must leave a separate comment for each (please don’t do these ‘just’ for the giveaway and then unsubscribe or unfollow immediately):

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Contest ends Tuesday, October 30, 2012 and winner will be chosen randomly. Open to continental U.S. residents only.

Also check out the South Beach Bars Sampler Pack Giveaway, open until Tuesday 10/30/12

560 comments on “Cuisinart for Keurig Single Cup Coffee Maker Giveaway”

  1. I’ve owned a Keurig single cup coffee maker now for almost 6 months and I must say it’s one of the best purchases I’ve made to date. Not only can I have a single cup of coffee in under a few minutes but the best part is, I don’t need to make an entire pot of coffee to get my fresh brewed cup of coffee each day. Fabulous Machine.


  2. Longtime subscriber to your feed, love your emails….

  3. I repin from your pinterest often and of course did so again today, I cant wait to try your 3 ingredient margarita recipe. Im G free and its hd to find mixes without added ingredients Im trying to avoid.

  4. I already follow you on Pinterest, love your pins. The cranberry bliss bar copycat is one of my favorite recipes!

  5. Im a huge fan of coffee and tea, especially chai. I love to make my own drinks at home and sip leisurely while reading the news or to take with me in the car; and I always top them with homemade whipped cream. I havent tried a lot of flavored creamers but of tge ones I have, i really like the Almond Joy one, and basically anything chocolate. Yum!

  6. I attend a rather small church and it would be ideal for the coffee fellowship following services.

  7. I love a good cup of coffee that isn’t too strong. I love a nice vanilla or hazelnut flavored coffee. I like to make lattes and then decorate the foam! This machine would get the job done fabulously!

  8. followed averiessunshine on instagram

  9. follow the big kitchen on twitter

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